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Scandit Expands into the Japanese Market to Enable Digital Transformation Through Computer Vision and Augmented Reality

The company already has over 20 customers in Japan, including several major retail and transport & logistics brands. Tokyo, Japan – November 20, 2020 – Scandit, the leading technology platform for mobile computer vision and augmented reality (AR) solutions for enterprises, today announced that it is expanding into the Japanese market with the establishment of… Read More »

Gaining weight 12 weeks into diet

It is very into to see that weight gain and to see the big belly and fat rolls. Others cause weeks retention or enough drowsiness to reduce physical activity, which can trigger weight gain. You don’t have to restrict yourself completely when you’re trying to lose weight—live a little! Diet, I was vegetarian and gaining… Read More »

Healthcare IT News and MobiHealthNews expand into Europe, Middle East & Africa edition

The year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most challenging of our lifetime. Thinking back to January, none of us would have predicted the emergence of a pandemic-causing virus, let alone its devastating outcomes that have affected tens of millions of lives around the world so far. It has changed the… Read More »

Foods to incorporate into diet

Pregnant women and young children should limit consumption of fish that contain high levels of mercury Related Information: Healthy Eating: A guide to the new nutrition. The broth is made when animal bones usually beef or chicken are left to simmer in water for an extended period of time, which breaks down their collagen and… Read More »

Allina, Minnesota Blues enter into sweeping value-based pact

Dive Brief: Minnesota hospital network Allina Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota have agreed to a multiyear, value-based pact intended to improve the care of patients and health plan enrollees and cut costs. Although the contract was in the works prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, both sides say the pandemic accelerated the need for… Read More »