eHealth Startups Making Moves Across Africa

Telemedicine, telehealth, ePharmacy.

The way the world accesses healthcare has been transformed by digital technologies which are helping connect patients and health professionals in novel ways.

In Africa, the digital transformation in healthcare has typically been motivated by a need to deliver medical services to under-provisioned populations. To this end, startups on the continent are rising to the challenge of

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VIEWPOINT: Sussex County is the place to be

Normally, when I sit down to write about Sussex County, it is to plead because of the failure of the state government to provide Sussex its fair or timely share of state revenues.  I thought that it would be nice to talk about some of the positive things that are happening here in Sussex in economic development. Even though I

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Ken Knowlton, A Founding Father Of Computer Art And

After graduation, he enrolled in a five-year engineering physics program at Cornell University. In 1953, he got his bachelor’s, and two years later he earned his masters in the same field. At Cornell, Knowlton first developed his love for computers, and he pursued further studies at M.I.T., where in 1962 he earned a PhD in communications sciences with his thesis

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Companies Scramble to Work Out Policies Related to Employee

There is no clear blueprint for corporate engagement on abortion. After numerous companies came forward to announce that they would cover travel expenses for their employees to get abortions, executives have had to move swiftly to both sort out the mechanics of those policies and explain them to a work force concerned about confidentiality and safety.

Few companies have commented

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Search for missing swimmer in the Delaware River shifts to

UPDATE: Swimmer’s body is found after 4-day search at Delaware Water Gap

The continued search for a swimmer missing in the Delaware River is now presumed to be a recovery mission, the National Park Service said Thursday.

Christopher Schofield, 23, from Stroudsburg, was last seen trying to swim across the river Tuesday night with two other people in the Delaware

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Should you be using a VPN at home to protect against

Using a VPN essentially creates a tunnel between you and the websites you are connecting to, which keeps anyone else from seeing the information that you are sending over the network.

QUESTION: Should I be using a virtual private network (VPN) at home for better protection against hackers?

ANSWER: A VPN is a tool that can provide a variety of security and usability services that are most useful on networks that are shared by others or when you are traveling.

Unless you are sharing your home network with random strangers, the

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Elaine Jean Brown Obituary – Cape Cod Times

On June 7, 2022, Elaine Jean Brown passed away at the age of 86. She was the daughter of the late Samuel and Merle Hemperly of Denver, CO. Elaine was predeceased by her loving husband, William L. Brown. She is survived by her four children from her first marriage, Stephen L. Edwards of Hyannis, MA, Larry G. Edwards of LaGrange,

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Flight and airline scams to watch out for (No. 4 is

Travel booking sites advertise cheaper rates compared to booking directly through an airline. While you can save money by using a third-party site, you must keep a lookout for dangerous scams.

Scammers love to bank on the popularity of reputable websites and the story is no different when it comes to online travel agencies such as, Expedia, Skyscanner and

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