Month: April 2020

Image Source: Getty / Basak Gurbuz Derman Search Twitter and you’ll come across the #pandemicdreams hashtag — which is exactly what it sounds like. Or, ask around: people are reporting strange, vivid (or both strange and vivid) dreams during this novel coronavirus pandemic, whether they’re about the actual virus or not. A fellow POPSUGAR editor
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Kry — known in English-speaking markets as “Livi” — offers an app that connects patients with family doctors. Kry Swedish digital health start-up Kry has launched a video consultation app in the U.S., marking the firm’s first expansion beyond Europe. The Stockholm-based company is one of Europe’s largest digital health care providers, facilitating 1.8 million
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The U.S. is not even “remotely prepared” to re-open, an expert said on Tuesday as some states are set to lift lockdowns that had been imposed to contain the coronavirus outbreak. “We’re not remotely prepared neither in terms of the epidemiology of the outbreak in the United States, nor in terms of our preparedness capacities
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European markets are expected to open higher Monday as investors around the world await central bank meetings this week that could decide further stimulus measures to reboot economies deeply damaged by the coronavirus pandemic. London’s FTSE is seen 77 points higher at 5,827, Germany’s DAX is seen 210 points higher at 10,555, France’s CAC 40 is seen
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This is CNBC’s live blog covering all the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak. This blog will be updated throughout the day as the news breaks. Global cases: More than 2.8 million Global deaths: At least 202,668 Most cases reported: United States (936,616), Spain (223,759), Italy (195,351), France (161,644), and Germany (156,418).  The data above was compiled
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This is CNBC’s live blog covering all the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak. This blog will be updated throughout the day as the news breaks. Global cases: At least 2,790,986. Global deaths: At least 195,920. Most cases reported: United States (890,524), Spain (219,764), Italy (192,994), France (159,495), and Germany (154,545).  The data above was compiled by Johns Hopkins
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If you’ve already given keto or any other low-carb diets a try, you might be eager to test out the Slow-Carb Diet, which is *somewhat* similar. The eating plan is included in the book The 4-Hour Body: An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman by Timothy Ferriss (an entrepreneur, author, and podcast host), which was
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Customers at a bookshop in Rome on the first day of reopening during lockdown, on April 20, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Simona Granati – Corbis Italy’s legion of booksellers, stationers and artisan businesses have started to re-open their doors after a bruising period of lockdown in the country. There is a sense of both trepidation,
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Britain’s financial technology industry is racing to fill gaps in the government’s coronavirus business relief measures, by offering loans quickly to those struggling financially as a result of the pandemic. Several of the country’s top fintech firms have been pushing for accreditation from the state-backed British Business Bank (BBB) to be able to provide loans
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The Brandenburg Gate casts long shadows over the almost deserted Pariser Platz, April 15, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Kay Nietfeld | dpa | picture alliance via Getty Images While much of western Europe has struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Germany has appeared to navigate the outbreak relatively smoothly, with widespread testing and contact tracing
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