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Telehealth, which went up dramatically in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, has long been envisioned as a way to help patients without forcing them to trek to a clinic. Reaching a doctor by computer or phone can be easier for patients who can’t take time off work, need to juggle child care or have to take a string of buses to get to a medical office.
Facebook Inc is exploring the idea of letting users synchronise workout data from Oculus virtual-reality headsets with Apple Inc’s Health app on iPhones, according to code discovered in the Oculus iPhone app.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte vowed on Monday (July 26) to shepherd the Philippines out of the Covid-19 pandemic in his last year in office, outlining plans to pull the economy out of a deep recession and keep the coronavirus at bay.
THE year 2020 came as a complete surprise to everyone. Many goals, from educational plans to personal ambitions, were placed on hold.
ASMR audio and videos are taking the spotlight as people stressed by the pandemic look for new ways to unwind.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Norway began their quest for a record-equalling third Olympic gold medal in women's handball with a 39-27 victory over Asian powerhouse South Korea on Sunday, while Brazil frustrated the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) in a 24-24 draw.
KOTA KINABALU: There is no need for any dress code for people going to vaccination centres, says Parti Warisan Sabah deputy president Datuk Darell Leiking.
TOKYO (Reuters) - World handball champions Denmark started their bid to capture back-to-back Olympic gold medals by thrashing hosts Japan 47-30 in their opener at the Yoyogi National Stadium on Saturday.
LONDON: The U.K.’s economy could face a loss of more than 4.6 billion pounds ($6.3 billions) in just four weeks if rules on self-isolation following a "ping” from the NHS app aren’t relaxed, according to data from Centre for Economics and Business Research.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Hosts Japan began their men's volleyball campaign with their first victory at the Olympics in 29 years while Iran edged Poland in a five-set epic in their Pool A openers at an empty Ariake Arena on Saturday.