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Curable is a helpful tool in your chronic pain treatment arsenal

04.16.2021 · Posted in Health Articles, Technology Articles

The information contained in this article is not a substitute for, or alternative to information from a healthcare practitioner. Please consult a healthcare professional before using any product and check your local laws before making any purcha... ...

Noom isn’t a diet app — it uses psychology to guide you on your health journey

04.15.2021 · Posted in Technology Articles

Let’s face it: sustainable weight loss is challenging and getting your head in the game is a vital aspect of success. As a registered dietitian nutritionist, many of my clients use apps whether to track what they eat and drink and/or their step... ...

Sonos delivers a near-perfect portable speaker with the new Sonos Roam

Sonos has a new speaker that starts shipping later this month, and it’s a significant departure from the company’s usual offerings in a number of ways. The all-new Sonos Roam is a compact, portable speaker with a built-in battery and Bluetooth connectivity — but still very much a Sonos system team player, with wifi streaming, ...

Two perspectives on Asian-American life that riff on fantasy and stereotype: “Interior Chinatown” & “Tiger Style!”

Hate crimes against Asian-Americans have been on the rise. "Some of these cases have made it to national news, but most haven't," wrote Anne Anlin Cheng in a recent op-ed for The New York Times. "The low profile of this wave of violence is a reminder o... ...

Review of the Pixio 15.6″ portable gaming monitor

ETA Prime tested out the Pixio 15.6" portable gaming monitor, which looks like a good way to play Nintendo Switch Games. It has stereo speakers and HDMI and USB C ports (so you can use it as a second laptop or smartphone display or even a primary... ...

Watching “Herself” while reading “Himself”

I had purchased Jess Kidd's debut novel Himself a few years ago on a friend's recommendation, but never got around to reading it until over the holidays. The book is sort of a magical realist Irish noir set in a small west coast village called Mulderri... ...