What if there were a personalized mask for people with Alzheimer’s disease?

The Trump administration on Tuesday announced a new study to test whether personalized masks could be a way to keep people who have Alzheimer’s from developing the disease. The National Institutes of Health has been studying how to design personalized masks for people living with Alzheimers, and is currently developing a mask for older people.The goal […]

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How to use the personality test for your job search

When you’re searching for work, you might find yourself searching for a personal mission.It’s a way to connect with a person who will help you accomplish your goals and meet other people you can work with.There’s a good chance your personal mission could be a personality test.But the tests can be misleading.You can’t be 100% […]

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F1’s biggest rival: Who’s in?

1 / 6 Mario Balotelli’s father, who bought his son’s house in 2011, says he’s not concerned about Mario being taken off the pitch by Ferrari, but it could change the course of his career.Ferrari’s chief executive Stefano Domenicali said this week that he expects Mario to retire from the sport after his contract expires […]

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How the $400K personal injury lawyer got a $1 million settlement from a company that cheated her

A $1.5 million personal injury attorney from New York City has received a $700,000 settlement from one of the biggest corporations in the country.Kathleen Kiely, a former personal injury counsel in Los Angeles, said she received the settlement Thursday from AIG.Kiellys attorney said she is not disclosing the exact amount.The deal with AIG is the […]

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When will we know if the diagnosis of split personality syndrome is accurate?

When the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) was first published in 1952, it listed the symptoms of the disorder.Today, there are about 6,000 different diagnoses, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).However, some experts say the DSM-5 has become too narrow and that more accurate tests […]

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When it comes to personal banking, is personal checking your phone?

Personal banking is not as big a deal as people think, but it’s a big deal nonetheless, with the average person taking around £40 a month to access the services.You might not need to be a full-time customer, but you can still benefit from the free, personalised, and accurate services offered by Personal Banking.As a […]

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