Just like sensors in your car tell you if your tires are flat or you’re running low on oil, Physical Intelligence data offers real-time information that enables patients and doctors to make decisions.
However, having a large torso helped streamline their swimming.
While a trip to the beach may involve a long car journey, a dip in a local, natural swimming hole is a stunning alternative.
The Canadian stone quarry where it was found is rich in marine fossils.
At one time, reading, writing, and arithmetic were the three main pillars taught in schools to prepare students for the workforce.
The nightly light shows have rebounded from Hurricane Maria’s devastating blow
The Bon Ami Mine’s deposits of the mineral hyalite glow fluorescent green under ultraviolet light
The longstanding tradition brings a dazzling display to the streets of Antigua each spring
In 2007, Emily Wright, Dr. David K. Hill, David Stirling, Rob Young, Mark Wolfert, Corey Lindley, and myself got together and realized that the purest essential oils were not yet being made available in the world in a systematic way.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the award-winning movie, here are seven scene-setting sites worth a visit
Ten years ago, my friend’s wife made $2 million selling girl’s headbands online. When I asked them how they did it, my friend said, “Dave, in the digital world, [selling] is just a data game.”
Three men who have lived and breathed the Alaskan race for much of its history recall how much has changed—and what has stayed the same
Gray blotches poke up from the murky depths of Lake Michigan in an image on maritime archaeologist Tamara Thomsen’s computer screen.
When Sunny Washington was recruiting to fill a vacant position at one of Utah’s top tech companies, she felt confident that she had found the perfect candidate for the job. But when the co-founder of Because Learning and CEO of Utah Tech Leads called to offer the role to the potential out-of-state recruit, he declined.