Day: August 5, 2018

Gynecologist uses her practice to spread the word about how a whole-foods plant-based diet helps women avoid disease

Did you know that following a whole-food plant-based diet (WFPB) can significantly improve your overall healthand help you avoid various diseases? Dr. Padma Garvey, a gynecologist based in New York’s Hudson Valley, is known as “the plant-based doctor mom.” Dr. Garvey is an advocate of the WFPB diet, which she often

Gareth Southgate: FA keen to extend England manager’s contract

The Football Association wants Gareth Southgate to remain as England manager beyond Euro 2020 but accepts it cannot compete on salary if a Premier League club tries to lure him away. Southgate’s standing soared as England reached a first World Cup semi-final for 28 years in Russia this summer. Having initially come

Facebook releases new tools to help people manage their time on Facebook and Instagram

Facebook today announced new features for people to manage their time on Facebook and Instagram apps. Facebook partnered with leading mental health experts and organizations, academics, its own extensive research and feedback from the community to develop these features. The new features include an activity dashboard, a daily reminder and a

Elon Musk’s dream of nuking Mars terrible, just won’t help to reverse weather, says new study

As we all know, SpaceX boss Elon Musk has always been enthusiastic about colonizing the Red Planet Mars despite all odds about its hostile atmosphere to make life just possible. But, Musk had a solution that he revealed in “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” that he hopes to nuke

Chinese hackers choose CDs to send malware to US via mail

Chinese hackers chose CDs to send malware to the US officials via mail, the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) has said. MS-ISAC said the packages arrived in a China-postmarked envelope containing a “confusingly worded typed letter” and a set of Word files that include script-based malware. These scripts

Bendy and the Ink Machine is coming to Xbox One this fall

Bendy and the Ink Machine is an episodic puzzle horror game that promises to “forever ruin your childhood love of cartoons.” Playing as Henry, you’ll explore an abandoned animator’s workshop and revisit demons from your past. Developed by TheMeatly Games, it is being published by Rooster Teeth Games for consoles,

Tesla’s autonomous ‘coast-to-coast’ drive on hold while Autopilot team focuses on safety

Tesla’s autonomous coast-to-coast drive, originally promised in 2016, is on hold while the company’s Autopilot team stays “heads down” on improving the driver assist system’s safety features, Elon Musk said in a call with investors Wednesday. Musk also teased a new software update to Autopilot — version 9.0 — coming in September that

Tesla is adding classic Atari games to its cars

Tesla isn’t limiting its fun-oriented EV updates to its upcoming party mode. Elon Musk has promised that “some of the best” Atari games will be playable in Tesla cars as part of a version 9.0 software update coming in roughly four weeks. The exec didn’t provide a full list of titles, but he indicated that Missile

People are confused by contradictory messages regarding food and health: Shifting attitudes are changing the food market

While there are those who claim that consumers aren’t making a conscious effort to have healthier lifestyles, a study has determined that this could actually be caused by conflicting data about food and nutrition. If you’re like other consumers, you’ve probably Googled the answers to your questions about health and nutrition.

Researchers tap AI for more efficient road maintenance

Potholes are a nuisance pretty much everywhere and the methods traditionally used to keep track of them aren’t terribly efficient. Whether it be driving around to visually inspect roads or watching videos of streets to spot and prioritize the repair of pavement damage, strategies typically used by towns and cities require

Boeing delays first crucial test flights of its new passenger spacecraft again

As expected, the first major test flights for Boeing’s new passenger spacecraft have been delayed again, following an engine test mishap that occurred over a month ago. The crew capsule, known as the CST-100 Starliner, was scheduled to perform two major test flights to the International Space Station this year. But