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Video calls going away... Maybe for some, certainly not all. :)
Is OK...  They didn't kill the camera and video capture capabilities.  You want video?  You'll just have to code it (and that's elementary my little #Glassware  developers).
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And another person got attacked for wearing these in Ca
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Goodness. I'm stuffed and seeing this brought my appetite back. Looks yumm! 
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Oh that's funny haha 
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Yeah, cracked. Coffee should be that strong.
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One of the more chilling facts about is their emphasis on feeding raw milk to infants, who are at the greatest risk of dying from infections.


"The rate of outbreaks caused by unpasteurized milk (often called raw milk) and products made from it was 150 times greater than outbreaks linked to pasteurized milk."

Raw milk given to infants... No, nothing could possibly go wrong there. 

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They used a "religious" exemption because belief is a protected "right" in the US, but stupid is not.
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With Prom just around the corner, make sure to treat your date to a truly original... or extra crispy corsage.

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+Wayne Rosenfield Yah he figure why choke the chicken when she could just eat it instead.
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This is a great short film for anyone interested in the phenomena of sleep paralysis. Some of the descriptions in the film are all too familiar for me as I have experienced many episodes of sleep paralysis since I was nearly 15 years old. 

This 8-minute documentary enters a world between dream and reality to explore the science – and horror – of sleep paralysis.
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Sleep disorders suck. Massively so. Sorry to hear this, +Chadwick Jones.
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How will futuristic technology transform punishment?

It’s fairly obvious that we can’t significantly increase the duration of prison sentences — it’s just not economically (or societally) viable — and so we have to look at other possible solutions. This isn’t as easy as it sounds — humanity has spent a large portion of the last 10,000 years trying to work out how to fairly deal with criminals, and yet plain old prison still seems to be the correctional method of choice. Execution is one very obvious method of solving the problem of over-full prisons — but of course that’s a non-starter. Another option is downscaling the number of people that get sent to prison, through crime prevention and different, non-prison sentences (rehabilitation, house arrest, etc.)

I don't really see life expectancy making a huge jump anytime soon, so I'm fairly meh about this article. Interesting thoughts nevertheless. 

#science   #futurism   #crimeandpunishment   
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In norway, prisoners are sent to a commune on an island instead of in cages.
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How much social control is necessary to maintain the viability of a colonizing population, not only genetic viability but also cultural viability? What is the balance between shared goals and practical needs?

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Science at its most fun.  Although that population size might preserve most of our genes  under random mating, we would arrive severely blended.  Perhaps we would also be less robust, if there were advantages to gene assortments over blending.  And yes, what about cultural diversity, how many religions do we really want to preserve in their full range from fundamentalist to liberal.  How quaint.  I chose New Mexico for its cultural, geological and ecological diversity, yet that doesn't always mean we want everything that comes with it.
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As online platforms and digital technologies rapidly emerge and change, we need partnerships between patients and health-care professionals, as well as a guide to prepare for the future technologies that will have to be implemented quickly in everyday practices and in the health management of patients. Based on what we see in other industries, this is going to be an exploding series of changes. While redesigning health care takes a lot of time and effort, the best we can do is to prepare all stakeholders for what is coming next.

#science   #healthcare   #technology  

h/t +Bertalan Meskó 
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Co-founder/COO/Clinical Informatics Analyst
Healthcare Informatics
  • Clinical Informatics Analyst, 2009 - present
  • ClearFuture Healthcare Inc.
    Co-Founder/COO, 2014 - present
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"Must Not Sleep... Must Warn Others..."
If you've had me circled for any amount of time you will likely notice most of my posts are about science, healthcare technology, the future of healthcare and medicine, and all around advocacy for evidence-based science. I also like to throw in some humor and other goofery.

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  • Indiana University
    Informatics, 2003 - 2008
  • Singularity University
    FutureMed, 2013