Weight loss not always best strategy to enhance athletic fitness in young women

For young women seeking to improve their aerobic fitness and athletic performance, who are not overweight or obese, weight loss may be counterproductive, according to preliminary research to be presented July 27-30, 2020, at the American Heart Association’s virtual Basic Cardiovascular Sciences 2020 Scientific Sessions. The meeting is a premier global exchange of the latest […]

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Jaguar Land Rover and Cambridge University are developing ‘no-touch’ touchscreens for cars

Carmakers go to great lengths for optimizing the UI/UX of their infotainment systems. While much of it has been streamlined thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the actual business of interacting with the software is still a mixture of buttons, rotary knobs, touchpads, and touchscreens. Gesture-driven systems have also appeared over the past few […]

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Alcohol abuse may raise risk of death in patients with abnormal heart rhythms

When patients under age 54 were hospitalized with abnormal heart rhythms, those who abused alcohol were 72% more likely to die before being discharged, according to preliminary research to be presented July 27-30, 2020, at the virtual American Heart Association’s Basic Cardiovascular Sciences 2020 Scientific Sessions. The meeting is a premier global exchange of the […]

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Tesla’s Musk says open to supplying batteries to other automakers

Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Tuesday that the company is open to licensing software and supplying powertrains and batteries. Tesla has previously supplied batteries to Mercedes and Toyota Motor (7203.T) under separate partnership deals. Battery manufacturing is an area that analysts and industry officials say the U.S. electric car maker […]

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