3 Top Revisionist Novels: Telling the Tale a Different Way

(DGIwire) – Famous novels present a particular point of view: readers and audiences quickly become familiar with the protagonist and antagonist and how they interact. In recent years, it has become something of a trend to re-envision classic works from the perspective of a different character—sometimes one who was maligned in the original. Here are […]

4 Tips for First-Time Job Seekers

(DGIwire) – A young person just earned a degree and they’re ready to conquer the world of work. But if they have yet to land their first job in the real world, what are some of the common mistakes they should look to avoid? Here are four valuable pointers for making the first-time job search […]

Fidget Spinners in Flames: Mishaps Show Need for New Power Options

(DGIwire) – The last thing anyone wants from a fidget spinner is a third-degree burn. Unfortunately, the risk seems to be a real one. As recently reported in The Telegraph, multiple cases have arisen of Bluetooth fidget spinners—variants of the popular toys with inbuilt speakers that play music streamed from a mobile phone—were found to […]

Delivering Another Option in Immunotherapy Treatment

(DGIwire) – Within the realm of cancer care, immunotherapy is increasingly occupying the spotlight. And with good reason: as many recent headlines show, this form of therapy holds great promise for improved treatment of a wide variety of cancers. There exist several approaches to immunotherapy, each with its specific strengths. One fascinating approach to immunotherapy, […]

Electric Scooters: Powering Tomorrow’s Transportation

(DGIwire) – Some people scoff at electric scooters—but they shouldn’t. Why? Because there is a good chance they will be riding one in the not-too-distant future. As recently reported in WIRED magazine, the need to replace automobiles as the default mode of transportation will only get more acute in the years to come. According to […]

Charging Up the Future of Cell Phones

(DGIwire) – Sick of sitting on the airport floor in the vicinity of an electrical outlet while that cell phone charges up? Those days might be coming to an end in the not-too-distant future. According to a recent article in R&D Magazine, ZapGo Ltd., a company based in Oxford, England, is working on a new […]

PTSD: Is It Different for the Military?

(DGIwire) – Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can happen to anyone who has experienced a traumatic event, according to the National Center for PTSD, a division of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The National Center for PTSD also notes that about seven or eight out of every 100 people will have PTSD at some point […]

Health: Failing To Do Minimum

(DGIwire) — Ever wonder why we have so many health challenges and healthcare is so expensive? The answer seems so simple. Eat a healthy diet, exercise moderately, maintain a normal body composition and not smoking are all it takes. Following these suggestions is associated with lower cardiovascular risk, cancer, type 2 diabetes and many other […]

The Truth about Bad Breath

(DGIwire) — Having a problem getting a date? Or a job? The cause may be more esoteric than your personality, looks, or business qualifications. Bad breath or halitosis is a condition that very few people talk about upfront. It’s an awkward topic that is usually discussed about you, after you have left the room. Most […]

Why Are Healthcare Costs Out of Control?

(DGIwire) — People who pay for their health insurance and other healthcare related costs are well aware that they continue to rise sharply. Reasons for these costs are often discussed with blame widespread. The underlying reason however falls squarely on us as individuals. Did you know that just twenty conditions are responsible for more than […]

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