With a potential TikTok ban looming in the US, what happens if you use the app after the ban? It could put you at legal risk, experts say.
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President Trump wants to ban TikTok, the popular video app, due to security concerns. But can the government totally ban an app like that?
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Swapping out a gas-powered Uber or Lyft vehicle with an electric car cuts emissions three times more than when an individual driver makes that switch, research finds.
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With summer's arrival, avoiding ticks and the Lyme disease they spread is super important. A phone app can give you the facts you need to know.
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"...many of us may be experiencing circadian disruption which could lead to fatigue, mood changes, changes in sleep patterns, and decreased immune function."
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The CovidCare app is headed to clinical trial. If it's successful it could be a simple way for patients to monitor their own symptoms and mental health.
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An app in development could help doctors diagnose anemia by using images of a patient's eyelid to get a count of their hemoglobin.
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Despite concerns about the potential for making their kids overly concerned about weight, most parents say they're not against tweens using health apps.
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