Cupron, for instance, has started making cloth masks that contain a mix of cotton fibers and polyester blended with cotton, although they’re not available for individual purchase. Last week, the University Hospitals of Cleveland Medical Center bought 25,000 for employees. Daniel Simon, the chief clinical and scientific officer of UHCMC, says that N95 and surgical masks are being reserved for workers caring for confirmed COVID-19 patients. Meanwhile, the copper masks will be worn by all other employees. “We believe copper masks are more effective at protecting our workers than a simple cloth mask because the copper in them kills germs,” Simon says. … [Read more...] about Copper masks are the latest craze. Should you buy one?
A Vision For The Future Of Transit But James’ vision doesn’t stop just at Secaucus. James tells me that he wants to see JPods crossing the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan to alleviate traffic on the bridge and Holland Tunnel crossings. … [Read more...] about New Jersey Is Testing Solar-Power Commuter Pods
Just like the Ice Bucket Challenge, All In thrives on the competitive nature of celebs calling each other out. It was Bieber who challenged Pratt to come up with something better. Madonna challenged Ariana Grande to get involved. Drake was called out by Tom Brady. Kevin Hart put the call out to a whole roster that included Dwayne Johnson, LeBron James, and . . . Nicole Kidman. … [Read more...] about How Fanatics’ All In Challenge became the wildest $50 million celebrity charity contest ever
Does that mean we should apply stricter limits to what we watch? Aiming to “filter out the noise,” and only tuning in to programs with positive emotional ratings or positive chemical impacts on our brains? The choice, we believe, is best left to consumers. Nevertheless, an ability to carefully and intelligently select digital materials to promote emotional health and resilience is a relevant concern for digital audiences everywhere—particularly now. Rather than subjecting content to crude tools of restriction, we ought to elevate digital products by using the power of a simple framework, called “digital nutrition.” … [Read more...] about Is the content you are watching ‘digitally nutritious’ for your brain?
"From the very beginning, we designed our computer model so that it could be transferred to other countries and regions. Our analysis tools are freely available on GitHub and are already being used and developed further by researchers around the world," said Jonas Dehning, lead author of the study. … [Read more...] about New model to estimate impact of interventions in controlling COVID-19 pandemic: Study