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The paradox of population health: Focus on personalized support for the greatest impact

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Abraham Maslow said in 1966, “I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” This mentality — known as the Law of the Instrument — indicates that people tend to rely on the tool with which they are most...

What to Expect When the UK’s Gyms and Leisure Centres Reopen

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On Friday, 20 March, as part of the government's effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered the closure of all gyms and fitness studios across the UK. We've heard little to no information regarding when they will reopen since, despite the release of the government's strategy for...

Infinet Wireless solutions boost provision of healthcare to the most vulnerable in South American city

Infinet Wireless solutions boost provision of healthcare to the most vulnerable in South American city
Wireless networks allow healthcare administration to deliver better services, catering especially to vulnerable patients Number of people attended to daily by health professionals increases five-fold Cartagena, Colombia, 26th May 2020 – Infinet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, has helped significantly improve the ability of a major South American...

Naomi Osaka Named the Highest-Paid Female Athlete Ever

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 02:  Naomi Osaka of Japan plays a forehand in her match against Annika Beck of Germany on day one of the ASB Classic on January 2, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand.  (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)
Naomi Osaka has yet another impressive title to her name: the highest-paid female athlete in history. At just 22 years old, the Japanese tennis star raked in a whopping $37.4 million in prize money and endorsements over the past year, which is more than any other female athlete has ever earned in a...

COVID-19: a technologist’s tale | Healthcare IT News

COVID-19 has been deadly, it’s infective and has posed the biggest public health risk to society in almost a hundred years. It’s far from over and whilst the first wave may have occurred there are likely to be subsequent waves which may arrive in the winter months if not sooner. So far we...