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psychologytoday.com - Mitzi Perdue MPA - Pornography: The Public Health Crisis of the Digital Age
Pornography: The Public Health Crisis of the Digital Age
Psychology Today

One of the puzzling aspects of porn is why do porn consumers want to watch violent, degrading and abusing sex acts against women? What makes this kind of “sex” so much more compelling than actually participating in consensual…

mashable.com - Rachel Kraus - The many private companies in charge of vaccine passports
The many private companies in charge of vaccine passports
Mashable

Your COVID vaccine data might be flowing to private companies without your knowledge. Paper cards are the primary way people receive records of their COVID-19 vaccinations. However, some governments and businesses are looking for ways to digitize…

pulseitmagazine.com.au - Kate McDonald - International health IT week in review: April 18
International health IT week in review: April 18
Pulse+IT

Google trying again with PHRs? evidence for AI tools, Denmark's coronapas, Malaysia's Immunitee, US VA EHR, Facebook's vaccine finder, Microsoft/AXA digital health platform, eReferral app cuts DNAs, Dedalus and the NHS, SMART health cards for vax…

castanet.net - Babylon by TELUS Health app sets up doctor appointment quickly - Think Local
Babylon by TELUS Health app sets up doctor appointment quickly - Think Local
Castanet.net

• Two in three Canadians find it difficult to access medical care after hours without going to the ER? • One in seven Canadians do not have a family doctor? • One in five Canadians waited more than seven days the last time they…

foreignpolicy.com - Robert Muggah - 'Smart' Cities Are Surveilled Cities
'Smart' Cities Are Surveilled Cities
Foreign Policy

Cities around the world are getting smarter. A growing number even designated themselves “smart cities.” There are, of course, as many definitions of smart cities as there are cities professing to be smart. Very generally, smart…

nworeport.me - Pfizer CEO Claims Third COVID-19 Vaccine Shot Will 'Likely' Be Necessary After 12 Months
Pfizer CEO Claims Third COVID-19 Vaccine Shot Will 'Likely' Be Necessary After 12 Months
Nwo Report

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has stated that a third COVID-19 vaccine shot will “likely” be needed after 12 months to stave off the virus. In a predictable announcement, Bourla said that the public will keep having to line up for these…

newburyportnews.com - LETTER: Vaccination passport idea 'dangerous
LETTER: Vaccination passport idea 'dangerous
The Daily News of Newburyport

The concept of vaccination passports stems from a long-held practice practiced frequently in Europe since the late Middle Ages. The immunity passport was an official legal document that provided proof of assurance that a person was immune from a…

loyaltylobby.com - John Ollila - Spain To Allow EU Travelers To Enter Without Quarantine & Covid-19 Test
Spain To Allow EU Travelers To Enter Without Quarantine & Covid-19 Test
LoyaltyLobby.com

Spain is trying to save the 2021 Summer Season after disastrous 2020 that saw the lowest number of incoming tourists in 50 years. Citizens and residents of the EU can arrive without quarantine or Covid-19 tests if they have a “digital green…

vietnamtimes.org.vn - Hannah Nguyen Vietnam Times - Dirty Chinese kimchi' argument: How South Korea stepping up imported food inspection
Dirty Chinese kimchi' argument: How South Korea stepping up imported food inspection
Vietnam Times

In this screenshot of a Weibo video from March 29, a man who appears to be naked wades in a pool of cabbage and grabs some of the vegetables soaked in a murky liquid while an excavator stirs them at a kimchi factory in China. Korea Times file South…

tapinto.net - Delivering Educational Justice: Supporting School Options for Every Child
Delivering Educational Justice: Supporting School Options for Every Child
TAPinto

This moment in educational history is unlike any other. Over the last year, families have faced incredible personal and economic hardships, while children nationwide, especially our most vulnerable, have struggled academically and emotionally. The…

blacklistednews.com - The Eruption of the Refugee Crisis and the Global Push for Vaccine Passports
The Eruption of the Refugee Crisis and the Global Push for Vaccine Passports
BlackListed News

SAINT VINCENT, GRENADINE ISLANDS — The controversy erupted on Twitter even as the 32,000-foot-high plume of smoke from Saint Vincent's La Soufrière volcano was still rising in the sky. The firestorm on American social media platforms…

wilx.com - Kellan Buddy - MSU Athletics announces plan for spring game
MSU Athletics announces plan for spring game
WILX

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The Michigan State football team will hold its annual Spring Football Game on Saturday, April 24 at 2 p.m. Following protocols and guidelines established by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)…

sundayguardianlive.com - Improve the bandwidth for health and learning - The Sunday Guardian Live
Improve the bandwidth for health and learning - The Sunday Guardian Live
SundayGuardianLive

New Delhi: Students in Bhor region near Pune would walk up to a hilltop and participate in online classes. With schools closed due to the pandemic, a hillock near their home would serve as a gathering place for connecting for the online classes.

dailymail.co.uk - Jon Ungoed -thomas For The Mail - Commons standards chief calls for probe into Cameron's China deal
Commons standards chief calls for probe into Cameron's China deal
Mail Online

Chairman of Commons Standards Committee said inquiry into Cameron should also examine meeting between former Prime Minister and Philip Hammond As PM, Cameron hailed 'golden era' in trade relations between Britain and China Cameron's office said his…

thebetterindia.com - Every Year, 1.8 Crore Indian Families Use This Mumbaikar's 'Kalnirnay' Calendars
Every Year, 1.8 Crore Indian Families Use This Mumbaikar's 'Kalnirnay' Calendars
The Better India

Nothing deterred Jayantrao Salgaokar whose ‘doomed' idea of making a panchang, or the Indian almanac system accessible to the common man by integrating it into a calendar, was ridiculed by society. He was ready to take the financial risk…

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