Front Page: Eye Checks, Science Work And Departure Preps Keeping Crew Busy
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Front Page: Eye Checks, Science Work And Departure Preps Keeping Crew Busy

The seven-member Expedition 65 crew posed for a portrait aboard the space station on Oct. 4, 2021.The Expedition 65 crew had a busy day on Thursday with eye checks, space science, and Soyuz crew departure preparations on the schedule. The 10 residents aboard the International Space Station also joined each other in the afternoon to…

Tips for Older Adults to Regain Their Game After Being Cooped Up for More Than a Year
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Tips for Older Adults to Regain Their Game After Being Cooped Up for More Than a Year

Alice Herb, 88, an intrepid New Yorker, is used to walking miles around Manhattan. But after this year of being shut inside, trying to avoid covid-19, she’s noticed a big difference in how she feels. “Physically, I’m out of shape,” she told me. “The other day I took the subway for the first time, and…

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Brave Care raises $10M to expand its primary and urgent care clinics for kids, grow remote services

A Brave Care provider in Portland, Ore. treating a family. (Ali Rae / Brave Care Photo) New funding: Portland, Ore.-based pediatric health startup Brave Care raised a $10 million Series A round. How it works: Brave Care is akin to ZOOM+Care clinics but specifically targets kids. The startup offers around-the-clock remote care through an app and…

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