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Anti-vaccine claims are an online fixture but are now focused on Covid-19, undermining efforts to combat the pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House has YouTube, not just Facebook, on its list of social media platforms officials say are responsible for an alarming spread of misinformation about COVID vaccines and are not doing enough to stop it, sources familiar with the administration's thinking said.
Facebook has started blocking sensitive health information that third-party apps had been sharing with the social network in violation of its own rules, said New York officials who investigated the situation.
The Moms Up app gives mothers a heads up with resources and tools for planning parenthood right up to tracking the baby’s growth.
Japan's corporate culture is stuck in a bad place. But the coronavirus pandemic might have given it just the nudge it needs to get out of the trap.
Liechtenstein will put fertility monitoring bracelets on some 2,200 people to see if they can pick up early signs of coronavirus, the managers of the experiment said on Sunday.
New UK research suggests that despite their popularity, there is little evidence to suggest that fertility and pregnancy-planning apps are accurate.
Samsung is joining Apple and Fitbit in offering menstrual cycle tracking in their dedicated Health application, according to a report by Sam Mobile.
It is an idyllic countryside scene – an embrace of rolling hills dappled with Instagram-worthy bales of straw, as sheep and cows graze under a bright blue sky. Completing the picture, a stately manor graces the background.
New European research has found that only 13% of women have menstrual cycles lasting 28 days, which researchers say could help couples better understand when pregnancy is more likely to occur.