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Infrastructure reality check: What can go in the cloud, really?

The cloud has become ubiquitous in American business, including healthcare. It provides easy, universal access to data and systems, big plusses when dealing with large workforces and needed IT. But security remains a nagging question: Is the cloud secure enough to hold a healthcare organization’s precious data and applications? And how does a healthcare CIO… Read More »

Can you really live on meat alone? Everything you need to know about the carnivore diet

Mikhaila Peterson eats just under one kilogram of beef per day, mostly chuck roasts fried in beef tallow. The daughter of celebrity academic Jordan Peterson doesn’t use salt much anymore, she recently told Geoffrey Woo, CEO and co-founder of HVMN (pronounced “human”), a Silicon Valley company that sells supplements. The pink Himalayan rock salt made… Read More »