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Migraines, Tension Headaches Respond To Acupuncture

Two new systematic reviews have found that acupuncture therapy can provide patients who suffer from tension and migraine headache an alternative treatment for their pain. Tension headaches are the most common headaches, and generally cause infrequent mild to moderate pain, but in a considerable number of patients, tension headaches are so frequent that they require treatment. Migraine headaches, on the other…

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    Report: Russian Hackers Penetrated Elite NSA Hacking Division

    Russian hackers exploited a vulnerability in Kaspersky Lab’s software to steal sensitive cyberdefense data from a United States National Security Agency contractor, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The incident, which occurred in 2015, involved a contractor who loaded classified information onto his personal computer in order to work at home. The information included hacking tools and…

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    Apple to Sate iPhone Curiosity Sept. 12

    Apple plans to refresh its iPhone, TV and watch lines at an event scheduled Sept. 12, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. In addition to upgrading its iPhone 7 models, the company is expected to debut a new mobile phone to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand, which the press has dubbed “iPhone 8.” It reportedly…

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    LogicHub CPO Monica Jain: Focus on Results

    Monica Jain is the chief product officer and cofounder of LogicHub. In this exclusive interview, Jain shares her insights on how women in the cybersecurity field can get results and command respect. LogicHub Chief Product Officer Monica Jain TechNewsWorld: Describe your career. How did you get interested in the field of cybersecurity? Monica Jain: When I left…

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    Apple Releases Retro Version of iTunes

    Apple has made a retro version of iTunes available, 12.6.3, reviving features removed by the mammoth 12.7 overhaul it released last month. News of the release surfaced Monday in a post on Reddit by user vista980622. The company was low key about the release, saying in an online post dated Sept. 23 that the retro version was for business…

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    Google Pixel 2: 8/10ths of an Apple-Killer Strategy

    What would it take to cause Apple to fail? While Steve Jobs was alive, the prevalent belief was that it would take his removal from the company. That has happened, but Apple’s valuation and reserves are higher. Although the foundational element was removed, no one really went after Apple hard until last week, when Google…

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    Zuckerberg Pays Virtual Visit to Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico

    acebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday used virtual reality tech to “teleport” to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico and soon was dubbed a “heartless billionaire” by critics who felt he had exploited the dire situation in the U.S. territory. That likely isn’t what Zuckerberg intended when he provided the Facebook Spaces video demonstration, showing how an Oculus Rift VR headset can…

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    Festival Review: Sziget, Budapest

    I was excited to return to Óbuda Island in Budapest for the third year running to attend the Sziget (9-16 August 2017) for seven days of sunshine and spectacle. As well as more than 10 music stages, Sziget promised a varied programme including theatre, dance, traditional Hungarian craft workshops and even an interactive games area focusing on…

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    Driving the Gibb River Road: an Australian Outback adventure

    Taking its complete circuit-of-the-country, Highway 1, in its Great Northern Highway guise, skirts along the southern boundary of the Kimberley region. Between Derby and Kununurra the road runs through Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek, but if you want to really get to grips with what is arguably the country’s most authentically ‘Australian’ region then you…

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    4-day hiking in the Brandenberg Alps, Tyrol, Austria

    It’s only 45 minutes from the airport in Innsbruck to Kramsach, but the taxi driver is scaring me with a recent story about a hiker who’s been gored to death by a cow in this region. Now I’ve always believed, that despite their bulk, cows present no threat to the walker, but apparently this one…

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    Not just noodles: culinary adventures in northern Kyūshū

    The quality of the gastronomic offerings in Japan’s southern island of Kyūshū could keep a food-focused traveller satisfied for decades. The culinary scene here is diverse and always comes with a story – an nth-generation recipe, a centuries-old technique, a tea-bearing monk – making the experience about more than just the tasting. Yatai in Tenjin,…

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    Can Money Buy Happiness Or Not? In Our Opinion It Helps

    WORLD’S LONGEST INDOOR SKI SLOPE IN DUBAI Dubai is soon to witness the construction of the world’s longest indoor ski slope that will be situated inside a new complex. It will comprise the world’s tallest residential building, the largest dancing fountain and the aforementioned ski slope that will stretch for 1.2km. The first phase of…

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    Festival Review: Sziget, Budapest

    I was excited to return to Óbuda Island in Budapest for the third year running to attend the Sziget (9-16 August 2017) for seven days of sunshine and spectacle. As well as more than 10 music stages, Sziget promised a varied programme including theatre, dance, traditional Hungarian craft workshops and even an interactive games area focusing on…

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    4-day hiking in the Brandenberg Alps, Tyrol, Austria

    It’s only 45 minutes from the airport in Innsbruck to Kramsach, but the taxi driver is scaring me with a recent story about a hiker who’s been gored to death by a cow in this region. Now I’ve always believed, that despite their bulk, cows present no threat to the walker, but apparently this one…

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    Driving the Gibb River Road: an Australian Outback adventure

    Taking its complete circuit-of-the-country, Highway 1, in its Great Northern Highway guise, skirts along the southern boundary of the Kimberley region. Between Derby and Kununurra the road runs through Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek, but if you want to really get to grips with what is arguably the country’s most authentically ‘Australian’ region then you…

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    Fjords of Norway Guided Walking Holiday

    Most people visit Norway from the comfort of cruise ships but I fancy seeing it from the land so I join a Fjords of Norway guided walking trip. Alesund (c) Rupert Parker For eight days I explore the region near Ålesund using a mixture of ferries, long road tunnels and of course my own two feet. The…

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    The bears of Katmai National Park, Alaska

    I was just six feet away from a 800lb giant in brown fur with huge paws and a jaw that could cause serious damage. Yet I was able to photograph this huge bear and come away safely. It was exhilarating and it’s the type of incredible wildlife experience you can only have at the Katmai National…

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    Hot ‘hoods in the US: 10 neighborhoods you need to visit

    America is a dynamic country, and its most oft-visited cities are always different every time you stop by. It can be hard to keep your finger on the pulse of a city, especially when whole neighborhoods go and reinvent themselves while you aren’t looking. Inspired by Lonely Planet’s list of the coolest neighborhoods around the world,…

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    Not just noodles: culinary adventures in northern Kyūshū

    The quality of the gastronomic offerings in Japan’s southern island of Kyūshū could keep a food-focused traveller satisfied for decades. The culinary scene here is diverse and always comes with a story – an nth-generation recipe, a centuries-old technique, a tea-bearing monk – making the experience about more than just the tasting. Yatai in Tenjin,…

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    Find your perfect Croatian island

    Croatia has 1246 islands, and while many of them are mere rocks jutting out of the Adriatic, that still leaves dozens of excellent options to agonise over while you’re planning your summer escape. Here are 10 tailored options, listed from north to south, to get you started. Osor, on Cres Island, is the perfect place…

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