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Hackers steal data of 150 million MyFitnessPal app users

Parent firm Under Armour says email addresses and scrambled passwords among stolen data Personal details of about 150 million users of the MyFitnessPal app were compromised in one of the biggest hacks in history, its owner has confirmed. US sportswear brand Under Armour said user names, email addresses and scrambled passwords were among the stolen data. However, payment card data ...

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For Black Women, Education Is No Protection Against Infant Mortality

Duke University, Insight Center for Community Economic Development “When you’re the only black woman in the room, when you’re often working in elite circles where you are the first or you are the only, there is a toll to be paid,” says Bentley-Edwards. Herself a black woman with a doctorate, she is a professor of general internal medicine at Duke University, as ...

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Mariah Carey Reveals Her Bipoloar II Diagnosis In Candid Interview

Carey said she was first diagnosed in 2001, but only recently began seeking treatment. Carey told People that she goes to therapy and takes medication for bipolar II disorder, which is marked by episodes of depression and hypomania. Hypomania is characterized by mild bouts of hyperactivity and elation. “I was irritable and in constant fear of letting people down. It ...

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Splunk turns data processing chops to Industrial IoT

Splunk has always been known as a company that can sift through oodles of log or security data and help customers surface the important bits. Today, it announced it was going to try to apply that same skill set to Industrial Internet of Things data. IIoT is data found in manufacturing settings, typically come from sensors on the factory floor ...

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Why Does Nanny-State California Hate Coffee So Much?

Last week, a judge in California sided with the Council for Education and Research on Toxics, which had filed a lawsuit in 2010 against establishments that sell coffeeStarbucks, gas station vendors, convenience stories like 7-Eleven, and so forthto PDF). The Council for Education and Research on Toxics (CERT) is a part of the Metzger Law Group, which describes itself as ...

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Trumpcare Is Coming To Iowa, And Your State May Be Next

Republicans could not repeal the Affordable Care Act last year, and they seem unlikely to try again anytime soon. But they are finding places where, through a combination of new state laws and new federal regulations, they can transform Obamacare’s health insurance markets into something more to their liking ― namely, markets full of cheaper, less generous plans available to ...

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How Science Is Solving Health Issues at All Stages of Life

Health issues hit us in different ways at different ages. Here are some big ones science and tech are helping to solve. Age 0 — 12 Allergies Roughly 8 percent of kids in the US suffer from food allergies—often from peanuts. Epicutaneous immunotherapy could help. It’s a skin patch with a layer of peanut protein that activates immune cells that ...

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