NHS England Rolls Out Gadget for Zapping Away Cluster Headache Pain

Andreas Milano

Those who frequently suffer from headaches know how unbearable they can be. From migraines to tension pain, headaches can significantly limit our ability to carry out our daily routines. Cluster headaches are particularly relentless. This rare type of piercing pain can last between 15 minutes and three hours, occurring as much as eight times a day. In the UK, cluster headaches affect around 11,000 people, which is why the NHS decided to come up with a solution. Following successful trials, the British healthcare system recently rolled out a handheld device called gammaCore Sapphire that can be used to instantly alleviate

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Vivo V17 Pro With Dual Pop-Up Selfie Camera

Andreas Milano

Vivo is taking advantage of the still rampant selfie trend by presenting innovations in the front camera (selfie camera). Carrying a variety of innovative features animed at meeting the needs of active young consumers, Vivo through its latest flagship series V17 Pro is a pioneer in presenting the world’s first Dual Pop-Up Selfie Camera innovation.

The Dual Pop-Up Selfie Camera on the Vivo V17 Pro Price comes with a combination of a 32MP resolution lens on the main camera and an 8MP Super Wide-Angle Camera with 105 degrees coverage to capture a wider range of photo objects and is suitable … Read More

Green age riot: The best eco-friendly gadgets you’ll actually want to buy

Andreas Milano

HP has been ahead of the curve with recycled materials: the computer giant used waste plastic picked by the people of Haiti in its ink cartridges as early as 2016. But it’s the undeniably handsome Dragonfly series of hybrids and laptops that are now stealing the sustainable show.

Sure, it’s latest-generation 13.3in Dragonfly G2 gets new 11th-gen Intel chips and 5G; but more importantly than that, over 80 % of all mechancial parts are made from recycled materials, including the speakers and the keyboard. HP uses ocean-bound plastic – which, for clarity, isn’t plastic pulled from the sea, but irresponsibly

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Features and comparison with Xbox Game Pass

Andreas Milano

Sony Interactive Entertainment, a multinational video game and digital entertainment company, is planning to release PlayStation Now in India soon. The company had earlier decided to introduce the service in India in 2020. However, it could not be implemented due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

What Is PlayStation Now?

PlayStation Now is a subscription-based game streaming service developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was initially released in limited in North America in 2014 and gradually reached other regions of the world. The platform offers more than 800 games and new games are added every month.

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Steelers Draft Talk: Getting serious

Andreas Milano

For fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, there remains apprehension and uncertainty about what the team might be looking to fix, invest in, or upgrade in the upcoming NFL Draft. But I’m here to handicap the situation by adding new names to my plan of attack.

Beware, that plan begins with what will be a controversial but necessary decision: I’m removing Najee Harris from consideration.

Oh, he’s my guy. If there’s one prospect about whom this old-school draftnik would like to bloviate, it’s Najee. The strength and power running game that could be hatched, over time, from a

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Student loan forgiveness for $10,000 or $50,000? What to know right now

Andreas Milano

The gift of student loan debt forgiveness may be coming.


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Money is arriving from the March stimulus law through stimulus checks of up to $1,400 per person, $300 supplemental unemployment checks, new health care savings and the child tax credit that’s poised to bring families thousands of dollars (calculate your total here). The next target could be forgiving student loans.

Student loan debt in the US is at $1.71 trillion, which makes it second in consumer debt behind home mortgages. There have been calls from lawmakers to forgive some, if not all, the debt

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