Day: July 24, 2019

Home health care aides often face verbal abuse from clients

(Reuters Health) – For many home healthcare aides, verbal abuse from clients or clients’ family is a real problem, a U.S. study suggests. Caregivers who reported verbal abuse were also more likely to report physical abuse, researchers found. Verbal abuse can hurt these aides’ long-term health and lead to higher

Latest Release Preview build hides Classic Edge when the new Edge browser is installed

Yesterday Microsoft released the new Release Preview build for Windows Insiders. The build bumped the OS version to 18362.266 and brought a tiny little change to the way Windows 10 handles two different Edge apps. Back in December of 2018, Microsoft announced that the company will be using the Chromium

Solskjaer: Pogba has never been a problem

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Manchester United fans to give their full backing to Paul Pogba next season, saying the France international has “never ever been a problem” during his time at the club. Pogba came in for heavy criticism from United supporters during a tumultuous 2018-19 campaign and was seen receiving verbal

Should you take a daily aspirin or not? What doctors are saying

A daily low-dose aspirin has been touted by many doctors in preventing heart attacks. But a new study suggests that it might do more harm than good. Multiple, extensive studies have prompted doctors to rethink their openness to recommending low-dose aspirin every day as a way of preventing heart attacks and

Nintendo will repair Switch Joy-Cons with ‘drift’ issue for free

Nintendo has reportedly instructed customer support representatives to offer free Joy-Con repairs with “drift” issues for free. According to an internal memo obtained by Vice, the gaming giant has told support reps not to charge customers for Joy-Con repairs if the controllers are manifesting the infamous drifting behavior that causes

Neil Armstrong Death, and a Stormy, Secret $6 Million Settlement

When Neil Armstrong died in a Cincinnati hospital two weeks after undergoing heart surgery in 2012, his family released a touching tribute addressing the astronaut’s millions of admirers around the globe. “Honor his example of service, accomplishment and modesty,” they wrote, telling fans of the first man to walk on