Your Next "Selfie" Could Save You from a Heart Attack

By Crowdability, on Friday, August 16, 2019

This Week in Tech

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This Popular Restaurant Has No Tables or Chairs

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Surprising Clue in the Hunt for Amelia Earhart’s Plane

Finding Amelia Earhart’s plane once seemed like an impossible task. Then came a surprising clue. Learn more here »

Your Next “Selfie” Could Save You from a Heart Attack

Many of us use our smartphones to take “selfies.” But as it turns out, these pictures can be used to detect serious health issues — and save your life. Read more »


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