COVID-19: Evolution of the Diagnostics

As I gather my thoughts around this disease (COVID-19), by the time of writing this piece, there are 387,742 cases, 16,782 deaths. 102,404 people have recovered. Looking at these numbers, we can quickly say that majority of the people who will get the infection will recover.

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Finally, a Cure for Cancer?

There has been a lot of coverage about cancer and its ravages on the human body. Listening to various experts, one is left wondering why a cure for this disease is so elusive. Some contend that cancer therapy is big business, and there are huge pharmaceutical companies who would do anything to block a cure. But first, let’s look at a few disturbing facts about cancer: 1,735,350 new cancer cases were diagnosed in the US in 2018. Of this, 609,640 will die. Globally, cancer killed 9.6 million people in 2018,…

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5 Tips to Ensure the Safety of Your Data

How safe is your data? Perhaps the best question to ask is; how secure is your data? Note that we are not talking about the privacy of your data, but its safety and security. Look at it this way, you feel secure and safe in your house when all the doors and windows are locked. Although securing and keeping your doors and windows safe has a bearing on your privacy, it does not mean someone cannot see you, especially if the windows and glass on your doors are transparent. Data…

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6 Steps to De-cluttering Your Finances in 2019

Has 2019 found you in the same state you were at the beginning of 2018? Unprepared? The mistake most of us make is we start the year wondering what we can do to make more money; to live a better life. But, did you know you could save hundreds of dollars by just de-cluttering your finances? I bet if you go through your expenses with a tooth-comb, you will find areas of unnecessary and low priority expenditure you can comfortably do without. Below are 6 steps on how to de-clutter…

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