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Ways To Enrich Your Career
We all want to do well in life. For many, a career is much more than just a way to make some extra income for their fami
30 April 2021 by Nina McPherso...

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Women's police stations
“Professor Carrington, a long-time researcher in gender equality and violence prevention, has proposed a trial of women’s poli
29 April 2021 by Maria MacNama...

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The Most Effective Way To Overcome Zoom Meeting Anxiety
Covid19 has made avoiding Zoom meeting anxiety impossible, but luckily for you, this article contains the best tip on how to overcome it. That tip is to take CBTs graded exposure method and tailoring it to your Zoom meeting needs. For example, you could create several steps with increasing difficulties, starting with talking to your partner or parents by Zoom so you can get used to doing it with the people closest to you, and thus, the people you feel the least anxious withClick the link to find out morehttps://unwantedlife.me/zoom-meeting-anxiety-and-how-to-effectively-overcome-it
28 April 2021 by Unwanted Life
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Innovation in superannuation
Seniors are "afraid of running out of money, as they cannot estimate how long they will live. So, they draw only the minimum pension required.""QSuper, one of Australia’s largest super funds, has launched a new product – the Lifetime Pension – which pays a fortnightly income for life. It is designed to ensure you or your estate get back at least your initial investment, irrespective of how long you live.Ideally, you would receive your return by income but, in case of premature death, it may be by death benefit."MORE > https://www.smh.com.au/money/super-and-retirement/finally-a-super-idea-for-extra-retirement-income-20210427-p57msz.html
28 April 2021 by Maria MacNama...

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Smart tech that helps people live in their own homes for longer
Smart home technologies can be designed to assist older adults, especially those living in rural areas, to continue living at home. The main smart devices trial include:Google Home digital voice assistantAeotec smart lights- Sensor-activated coloured lights.Aeotec smart switches.Homes designed to address the research and knowledge gaps relating to older people’s use of smart home technologies.It is recommended that smart home devices be offered as optional extras for in-home services, providing opportunities for seniors to gain digital living skills.https://www.haveagonews.com.au/downsizing/smart-homes-will-help-people-live-in-their-own-homes-for-longer/?amp
26 April 2021 by Matt Levy

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Bridge of well-being
I A major benefit of the improvements in innovation have been the health and well-being sector.Reports show we are navigating through a global mental health crisis, with approximately 15.5% of the world's population being affected by mental health issues. Some examples of how technology can help improve mental health care Lol and make treatment more accessible for those who need it.Artificial IntelligenceTelemedicine and Online TherapyMobile Apps for Health MonitoringAccess to More Accurate TreatmentReduction in human error This can be explained in more detail at:https://swaay.com/mind-and-tech-how-technology-is-bridging-gaps-in-mental-health-careHealth is about all of us being more informed.
26 April 2021 by Matt Levy