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Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Body Worn Video(BWV) Market Research Report 2019” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Body worn video (BWV), also known as body cameras and body-worn cameras, or wearable cameras is a wearable audio, video, or photographic recording system.Also Read:https://industrytoday.co.uk/it/body-worn-video--bwv--market-2020-global-key-players--size--trends--applications---growth-opportunities---analysis-to-2026The major driving factor is that it can be used by military forces for training purposes and also can be used by special law enforcement agencies.Body worn cameras helps to provide evidence in cases of domestic violence.During accidents, it helps in improving evidence collection.The global Body Worn Video(BWV) market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.This report focuses on Body Worn Video(BWV) volume and value at global level, regional level and company level.From a global perspective, this report represents overall Body Worn Video(BWV) market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect.Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan.At company level, this report focuses on the production capacity, ex-factory price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer covered in this report.
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Canzana cbd oil creams, soaps, etc., as long as they follow the federal guidelines for industrial hemp (containing less than 0.3 percent THC).Castor oil is broken down into ricinoleic acid in the small intestine.This speeds up the process of digestion.Although the evidence is less conclusive, castor oil has also demonstrated some potential benefits for the face and skin.Castor oil and ricinoleic acid are thought to increase absorption in the skin and are sometimes used in the treatment of various skin conditions, including dermatosis, psoriasis, and acne.There are also anecdotal reports of castor oil promoting hair growth, including eyelashes, though no scientific literature Canzana CBD Oil supports this.
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According to statistics of 2018, dementia attacked one person worldwide every 3 seconds.Dementia has become a major public health problem that seriously affects the health and quality of life of the global population.The global annual loss caused by dementia is approximately US$1 trillion.In recent years, the number of elderly people suffering from dementia has been increasing.This may be directly related to education, nutrition, health care and lifestyle changes of the population.In a review report entitled DementiaPrevention, Intervention, and Care: 2020 Report of the Lancet Commission published in the international journal The Lancet, scientists from University College London suggest to add 3 risk factors (excessive drinking, traumatic brain injury and air pollution) to the original version of 9 factors which have already been approved by convincing evidence (including low education level, hypertension, hearing loss, smoking, obesity, depression, physical inactivity, diabetes and social isolation).In order to address the risk of dementia in the global population, researchers call on decision makers and individuals to take the following measures:(1) Monitor the blood pressure and keep the high blood pressure below 130mmHg;(2) Use hearing aids to improve hearing;(3) Reduce exposure to air pollution and second-hand smoke;(4) Prevent head injuries (especially for high-risk occupations);(5) Prevent alcohol abuse;(6) Stop smoking, which is good for people of any age;(7) Provide all children with compulsory education in primary and secondary schools;(8) Keep an active attitude;(9) Reduce the incidence of obesity and diabetes.The first author, Professor Gill Livingston, said that this report shows that decision makers and individuals are fully capable of preventing and slowing the emergence or occurrence of a large number of dementia patients.Interventions may have the greatest impact on people who are more affected by dementia risk factors, such as low- and middle-income countries and vulnerable groups.Researchers say that people with dementia are especially affected by COVID-19 (due to age, underlying diseases, such as high blood pressure, etc.).Therefore, physical distancing measures may be a challenge for people with dementia for they may find it difficult to follow the guidelines or feel very distressed by not being able to contact caregivers and family members.At the same time, the researchers also called on everyone in the world to have confidence in preventing dementia.
During the first wave of COVID-19, researchers at Oxford University built a computer model that suggested if 56% of the UK downloaded and used a contact-tracing app (alongside other control measures) it could end the epidemic in the country. With the English app only available since September, it’s too early to tell how the system is actually doing. But even based on other countries whose apps have been available much longer, there’s still very little evidence that they can make a real difference to fighting COVID-19 – or that they can’t. While this doesn’t mean we should write off contact-tracing… This story continues at The Next Web
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Digging a trench across a fault reveals evidence of past quakes.
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Russia claims that it destroyed its chemical weapons stockpile, but a year-long investigation found evidence the Novichok program continues.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A judge in California has rejected a request from the Department of Justice to reverse a previous decision allowing WeChat to remain active in US app stores. US Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler said new evidence the government presented did not change her opinion about the messaging app, owned by Chinese company Tencent app. WeChat will remain active in US app stores for the time being. “The record does not support the conclusion that the government has ‘narrowly tailored’ the prohibited transactions to protect its national-security interests,” Beeler wrote in her decision. The evidence “supports the conclusion that the restrictions ‘burden substantially more speech than is necessary to further the government’s legitimate interests.’”... Continue reading…
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Ghislaine Maxwell was dealt a legal blow this week after a court ordered the release of previously unseen evidence she gave almost five years ago. The British socialite is awaiting trial next year for allegedly procuring teenage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse – charges she denies.A lawyer for Maxwell had argued that the depositions – a term used in the US to refer to transcripts of interviews given as part of a court case – should not be made public, because they are evidence in the criminal case brought against her.They were taken in April and July 2016 in a civil case brought by one of Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Giuffre. The 2016 transcript is among more than 2,000 pages of documents that began to be released last year when an appeals court started unsealing papers from Giuffre’s (since settled) defamation case first brought in 2015.Giuffre has alleged Maxwell recruited her at 17 to be sexually abused from 1999 to 2002.Maxwel has pleaded not guilty and has been held without bail since her early July arrest. If convicted, the 58-year-old could face up to 35 years in prison.Epstein killed himself in a federal jail last year as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges.Here are some of the things we learned from the unsealed documents. 1) Maxwell says she never saw Epstein engage in sexual activity with childrenMaxwell said: “I never saw any inappropriate under-age activities with Jeffrey ever.” In the transcripts Maxwell also repeatedly denied hiring anyone under the age of 18 for Epstein.She added: “Just for the record, I have never at any time, at any place, in any moment, ever asked Virginia Roberts, or whatever she is called now, to have sex with anybody.”2) Prince Andrew is mentioned by name – but it’s redactedEven though the Duke of York’s name is redacted in the documents, it is surprisingly easy to identify who she was talking about by referencing the documents alphabetical index. Slate reveals other redacted names including former US president Bill Clinton and lawyer Alan Dershowitz. 3) The infamous Prince Andrew ‘puppet’ does existIn her book, Giuffre alleges she was groped by Prince Andrew using a Spitting Image-style puppet of himself at Epstein’s New York home. After debating the exact definition of a puppet, Maxwell concedes: “There was a puppet – not a puppet. I don’t know how would you describe it, really,“Not a puppet – I don’t know how you would describe it. A caricature of [name redacted] that was in Jeffrey’s home.”She added she did not recollect anything occurring as described by the interrogators.4) She doubts the authenticity of a photo of Prince AndrewIn the deposition, Maxwell also cast doubt on the authenticity of a photo showing Andrew with his arm around Giuffre, with Maxwell in the background, purportedly taken at Maxwell’s Mayfair home.Maxwell said the surroundings in the photo looked “familiar”, but also said: “We can’t really establish the photograph and all that,” adding: “I don’t know if that’s true, if that’s a real picture or not.”5) Her bath is ‘too small for sex’Maxwell also denied Giuffre’s claims that she had sex with Andrew in the bathtub at her Mayfair townhouse.“She [Giuffre] then characterised things took place in my bathroom in the bathtub itself,” she said. “The tub is too small for any type of activity whatsoever.”6) She may have travelled with Virginia GiuffreMaxwell told lawyers that she never remembered being on Epstein’s private plane with Giuffre.But flight logs show initials for what appear to be Maxwell, Epstein and Giuffre on a flight from Palm Beach to Teterboro. Maxwell questioned whether the initials “GM” referred to her.Related... Ghislaine Maxwell Denies Prince Andrew Had Sex With Virginia Giuffre In Her Bathtub Unsealed Documents Reveal Damning Accusations Against Ghislaine Maxwell
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Twitter said it had seen "no evidence" President Donald Trump's account had been breached. The White House said the story was "absolutely not true."
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Thousands of years before modern medicine provided scientific evidence for the mind-body connection, the sages of India developed Ayurveda, which continues to be one of the world’s most sophisticated and powerful mind-body health systems.More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge).It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vibrant and healthy while realizing their full human potential.The two main guiding principles of Ayurveda are 1.)the mind and the body are inextricably connected, and 2.)nothing has more power to heal and transform the body than the mind.Freedom from illness depends upon expanding our own awareness, bringing it into balance, and then extending that balance to the body.This process isn’t as complicated as it may sound.
Reviewing corporate records and text messages, The Wall Street Journal uncovered no evidence that Joe Biden did business in China.
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Alltrust Insurance, an employee benefits and HR consulting firm, today announced that they have partnered with eMindful, the leading provider of live, virtual mindfulness solutions to protect the mental health of their clients, employees, and dependents during this turbulent time.Alltrust will embed eMindful’s eM Life solution in its offerings for its entire book of business.“Alltrust’s culture is immersed in care for the health and well-being of its clients, employees and their families, and we are driven to support them now more than ever,” said Tim Love, CEO, Alltrust Insurance.“Partnering with eMindful has allowed us to differentiate ourselves by providing all of our clients’ employees a robust, mental health resource that’s proven to make a positive impact.”The National Alliance on Mental Illness reports that 18.5% of Americans typically experience mental health issues in a year.Now during COVID, the Kaiser Family Foundation has reported this number has spiked with 45% saying the pandemic has affected their mental health.To help address the increasing mental health concerns, Alltrust Insurance clients, employees, and their dependents now have unlimited access to eMindful’s evidence-based mindfulness programs promoting health, happiness, and performance.eM Life offers live, expert-led, online mindfulness sessions and hundreds of hours of on-demand content that builds skills and practical strategies to manage life’s ever-evolving stressors.“Alltrust clearly puts their clients first, serving as a caring and committed employee benefits partner,” said Mary Pigatti, CEO, eMindful.“This gesture by Alltrust for their clients is very aligned with our values, and we’re delighted to support their leadership in being a strong helping hand to protect mental health for so many.”For more such Updates Log on to www.hrtechcube.com
It's saying something when it's easy to believe the US President's passphrase was maga2020! Donald Trump's Twitter password was easily guessed, and he still isn't using multi-factor authentication, claims a Dutch hacker who on Thursday bragged he broke into the President's account last week. Twitter says it has "no evidence" this claim is true.…
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An iPhone 12 teardown revealed the truth about the battery capacity of the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro. Early reviews of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro suggested issues with the battery life and/or potential capacity of the batteries inside. As we were to discover for the first time with some hard evidence in teardown form today, … Continue reading
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