Carpal Tunnel Syndrome We ask a lot of our wrists: typing, moving a mouse, lifting weights, groceries, and so on. Overuse of this small part of our body can cause a very uncomfortable condition called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Certified personal trainer and international holistic health coach Koya Webb says more than eight million are diagnosed each year, and you’re more at risk if you log hours in an office. … [Read more...] about These are the 5 most common office injuries
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Now that Los Angeles has claimed the 2028 Olympics, it’s embarking on an ambitious effort to reduce congestion and transform the city’s transportation infrastructure. Last November, residents approved Measure M, a sales-tax increase that will give the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (known as Metro) an estimated $120 billion over 40 years for the overhaul. Mayor Eric Garcetti has promised to add bus and train lines, along with an array of on-demand, autonomous, and electric transit options within the next decade. Here, five ways L.A. is charting new paths to navigate a city. … [Read more...] about Los Angeles’s $120 Billion Bet On Transit Innovation
Moreover, cognitive business operations continued to see strong growth in managed hybrid cloud services. "TCS' new operating models leveraging service reliability engineering, AIOps powered by ignio™ and Agile are seeing strong traction. The Q3 order book was the strongest in the last several quarters," the company said. … [Read more...] about TCS Q3: CC revenue growth slows further, but margin improves; key takeaways
The InvIT and REIT "shall not make any further issue of units in any manner whether by way of public issue, rights issue, preferential issue, qualified institutions placement, institutional placement, issue of bonus shares or otherwise during the period between the date of filing the draft letter of offer with the board and the listing of the units offered through the letter of offer or refund of application monies." … [Read more...] about SEBI puts in place guidelines for listed REIT, InvIT on rights issue
Retail inflation in India touched 7.35 percent in December last year, the highest in five-and-a-half-years. This might push the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to change its policy stance and has triggered fears of a stagflation -- a period of persistently high inflation combined with high unemployment and stagnant demand. … [Read more...] about Is high retail inflation in India hinting at stagflation?