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Is it nail psoriasis or fungus?

Psoriasis on toenails and fingernails can look a lot like fungus. While fungal infections are contagious, psoriasis is not. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to become hyperactive. This change in the immune system triggers skin cells to grow much quicker than normal. Nail fungus is a type of infection. People often pick up…

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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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    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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    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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    Why Facebook’s Willow Beats Apple’s Saucer

    Facebook knocked it out of the park with its financials last week, and a lot of its success comes from Zuckerberg’s unique focus. Unlike other firms that jump from project to project, ranging widely from what makes them money — like Google — Facebook stays close to what made it successful. There is no stronger evidence than…

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    Gadget Ogling: Same Old Apple

    elcome to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that prods and probes at the latest gadget announcements just in case there’s literally anything worth writing home about. In this glorious fall breeze of an edition, we take a look at the latest product suite to drift our way from the Apple hivemind, and one especially…

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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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    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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    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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    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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    40% of Cancers Are Linked to Being Overweight

    The rate of new cancer cases has decreased in the United States since the 1990s. But increases in overweight- and obesity-related cancers—which now account for 40% of all U.S. cancers—are likely slowing that progress, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In 2014, about 630,000 Americans were diagnosed with…

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    Artificial Sweeteners Don’t Help You Lose Weight: This Week in Health

    Sometimes foods don’t live up to their nutritional hype. This week’s health news revealed that artificial sweeteners may not be helpful weight loss aids, and meal kits may not actually be getting more people to cook. Here’s what else caught our attention this week. (Sign up for the TIME Health newsletter for more.) Artificial sweeteners are linked to weight gain—not weight…

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    This Week in Health: Coffee Might Help You Live Longer

    Coffee lovers can sip peacefully. This week a new large study linked drinking coffee with a longer life, adding to the already strong evidence that the brew comes with health perks. Here’s what else caught our attention this week. (Sign up for the TIME Health newsletter for more.) An FDA panel recommends approval for the first gene therapy treatment The…

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    This Week in Health: How to Make Yourself Love Exercise

    What kind of exercise is best for your health? The kind you enjoy doing—even if it’s easy, found an encouraging new study. Here’s what else caught our attention in health news this week. (Sign up for the TIME Health newsletter for more.) You Asked: Is intense exercise better for your health? No surprise here: A tough, sweaty workout…

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    The Surprising Reason You Should Stop Skipping Breakfast

    People who skip breakfast are more likely to have dangerous plaque buildup in their arteries, which puts them at increased risk for cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. Skipping breakfast has been associated with being heavier and having higher cholesterol levels. But the new study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology,…

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    Five People Die After Using Weight Loss Balloons for Obesity

    Federal officials are warning health providers about weight loss balloon devicesafter five people died unexpectedly shortly after being treated with them. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a report that since 2016, five people died after using liquid-filled balloon weight loss system intended to treat obesity. In the procedures, patients are mildly sedated as a deflated balloon…

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