Son of Anti-Vaxxers, Who Got Measles as an Adult, Advocates for Parents to Vaccinate Their Kids

There is no scientific link between vaccines and autism according to the Centers for Disease Control. Amid the continuing measles outbreak in Washington state, Joshua Nerius — who was never vaccinated himself and contracted the disease as an adult in 2016 — is encouraging all parents to make safe decisions about their children’s health. In an interview with CNN, Nerius, now 30, shared that he contracted measles during his sister’s graduation…

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4 Things Every Keyword Research Strategy Must Include

Keyword research is a tactic that has consistently evolved with search engine algorithm updates, approaches to content creation, search behavior, and user intent. Successful keyword research strategies incorporate the following: Objectives & Key Results Target Audience Behavior Opportunities & Priorities through Strong Data Pillar Content & Topic Cluster Approach I’ll dive into these in a moment, but first, some context. As the daughter of a journalist, I was always taught…

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2 Doctors Talk Us Through UTIs and Why They Just Won’t Quit

Urinary tract infection: three words people aren’t so pleased to hear. Are they uncomfortable? Yes. Are they painful? Double yes. Are they common? Unfortunately, yes: one in three women will need antibiotic treatment for a UTI by age 24. We spoke to Vannita Simma-Chiang, MD, assistant professor of urology at Mount Sinai, and Adeeti Gupta, board-certified ob-gyn and founder of Walk In GYN Care, about why these infections keep coming…

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Top Takeaways From Ignite Keynote Speakers

As the doors to the historic Bentley Reserve opened last Wednesday morning, we welcomed 175 excited attendees into the Vidyard-green venue for a day of all things video marketing. And what a day it was! With an incredible speaker lineup, it goes without saying that everyone absorbed a ton of information at Ignite. And now, it’s time for a recap. From the welcome reception, to the breakout sessions, V-Bot selfies,…

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Caesars’ Largest Stockholder Presses for Sale, Joining Icahn and Other Investors

Another major Caesars stockholder is pushing for the company’s sale to best serve and enhance shareholder value Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s largest shareholder is urging the company to consider a sale, joining billionaire Carl Icahn and other investors who are pressing the gaming and hospitality giant to start a search for a buyer. Los Angeles hedge fund Canyon Partners LLC said in a statement on Friday that its current view is…

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What Should I Wear When I Get a Massage?

  In our studio, we get a ton of questions surrounding massage etiquette. And we understand the concern. After all – there’s something about being in a room with a complete stranger while he or she massages your muscles that tends to make one hyper-sensitive about being proper and considerate. One of the most common questions is “how much should I tip?” But there is one question that reigns supreme as…

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Ericsson IoT chief on AI, 5G, and connecting ‘things’ instead of ‘a thing’

We spoke to Ericsson IoT Head Jeff Travers during MWC 2019 about where the industry is heading and how emerging technologies are opening new possibilities. A running theme of this year’s event was how technologies such as the IoT, 5G, AI, and blockchain are converging in powerful ways. Last year was a lot of talk about their potential, this year we’re seeing more actual deployments. Transportation is one area where…

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7 Easy Steps to Generate More Social Media Traffic

Want more social media buzz for your brand or business? How to Increase Social Traffic Here are my seven best tips for getting more social engagement and social traffic in 2019. 1. Install a Facebook Customer Chatbot You know those customer chat widgets that pop up on the bottom of a website? You can take them to the next level with a Facebook Messenger website widget. It functions the same way as a…

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This is your brain on therapy

Dr. Dan Metevier is a psychologist from Carlsbad, California. He works with a variety of clients and helps these people feel better about themselves, their lives, and their relationships. You can visit Dan’s website here. So, what really happens to your brain when you go to a therapist? Let’s start from the very beginning (a very good place to start). In the beginning, our brains have a lot of ‘hardware’, estimated at one…

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Three Insights from Intel on Creating Industry Event Experiences That Stick

How Intel approached an industry event with people in mind Like most technology brands, Intel is challenged with introducing its target audiences to innovations that often need some explanation—more importantly, demonstration. It’s why the brand has transformed what could be standard demos at events into product experiences that “democratize” its technologies and solutions. At the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Intel created the Intel Tech Lodge, taking a…

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