Affordable Smart Fitness Activity Tracker is Here

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How Does KoreTrak Work?

KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS to track location, movement, and activity. You connect KoreTrak to your phone via Bluetooth, and KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS sensor to track location data.
KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS to track location, movement, and activity. You connect KoreTrak to your phone via Bluetooth, and KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS sensor to track location data.
KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS to track location, movement, and activity. You connect KoreTrak to your phone via Bluetooth, and KoreTrak uses your phone’s GPS sensor to track location data.

KoreTrak Features

This Fitness Tracker that can help people lose weight and get in shape.
This Fitness Tracker that can help people lose weight and get in shape.
This Fitness Tracker that can help people lose weight and get in shape.

Clifton, NJ , Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)

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What is Osteopathic Medicine and Why Does it Come with a Stigma Attached?

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Andrea Amalfitano is a D.O. and dean of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He explains some of the foundations of the profession and its guiding principle: to use holistic approaches to care for and guide patients. And don’t worry, yes, D.O.s are “real doctors” and have full practice rights across the U.S.

How did osteopathic medicine get started?

In the years after the Civil War, without antibiotics and vaccines, many clinicians of the day relied on techniques like arsenic, castor oil, mercury and bloodletting to treat the ill. Unsanitary surgical practices were standard. These “treatments” promised cures

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Hungary could run out of COVID-19 hospital beds by mid-December: PM’s aide

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FILE PHOTO: A healthcare worker works at a COVID-19 testing site as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Budapest, Hungary, October 27, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary could run out of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients by the middle of next month under the most pessimistic scenario, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s chief of staff Gergely Gulyas said on Wednesday.

The country has 32,000 hospital beds set aside for patients with the new coronavirus, he said.

Gulyas said the number of people requiring hospital treatment for COVID-19 could exceed 5,000 on Wednesday, adding that further hospital

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