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MIAMI (Reuters) - Hurricane Dorian spun across the Atlantic ocean towards Florida on Friday, becoming an even stronger Category 4 storm as residents and tourists alike hunkered down in one of America's biggest vacation destinations.
It's robots to the rescue, in Japan. Desperate for workers, ageing Japan turns to robots for healthcare and eldercare.
NEW YORK: General Electric Co ranks among the riskiest backers of long-term care insurance, suffering from both high exposure to claims and a relatively small cash pile to pay them, Fitch Ratings said in a report that sent GE’s shares tumbling.
Japan's lead in advanced robotics for healthcare is driven by its demographic conundrum. More than most, the nation's population is shrinking and ageing rapidly.
FOR someone of Reuben Anandraj Solomon’s age, looking after a community of seniors may not seem like the ideal career move. The lean and soft-spoken 34-year-old had left a promising job in a bank to start a senior care centre.
Adults with memory difficulties may be able to retrieve or replicate memorable moments in their lives through the use of VR headsets.
Authorities in several US states are warning about an alleged scam in which people visit senior-living communities and low-income neighbourhoods, offering to perform DNA tests and collecting information from people in government health programmes.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah will wait for the federal government’s decision on the compulsory vaccination proposal before taking steps to implement it here.
When Josali Gonzalez, a Hollywood resident and widow, first started working as an Instacart shopper 13 months ago to help support her two young children, she was making as much as US$600 (RM2,459) a week for a 30-40 hour stint.
With artificial intelligence to detect falls, virtual reality to combat isolation and “powered” clothing to assist the incapacitated, the tech world is stepping up its effort to “disrupt” aging.