https://www.wired.com/gallery/gift-ideas-for-cats/?CNDID=49046367&CNDID=49046367&bxid=MjM5NjgxNjQ4MjY5S0&hasha=051456e5dd3dcc7e9dc3f0af5c58ce38&hashb=f25d57ca4e78eed3fd06146c3baa1f06f00d9d42&mbid=nl_120818_gadgetlab_deals_list2_p2&utm_brand=wired&utm_mailing=Deals%20NL%20120818_Gadget%20Lab%20list%20(1)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=nlTreat your own cat—or your cat-loving friend—with one of these presents. Then maybe take a nap?
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Ageing Asia and its healthcare workforce: An impending public health crisis?https://today.mims.com/ageing-asia-and-its-healthcare-workforce-an-impending-public-health-crisisAccording to a recent report published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), South-East Asian countries will experience one of the largest increase in the total number of healthcare workers by 2030. It is estimated that the region will have just under 11 million qualified health workers including physicians, nurses and midwives, dentists, pharmacists, and all other related categories.
https://www.wired.com/2017/11/gift-guide-tech-toys-for-kids/?mbid=nl_120117_gadgetlab_list3_p2Gifts for your miniature scientists to take apart, put back together, and everything else. NO ONE WHO has ever watched a toddler methodically taking apart a Tupperware drawer can doubt that many children are natural-born (ha ha!) engineers. Your only job as a parent is to nurture their creativity … and, well, clean up the mess afterward. Wrap up a few of these STEM toys and books for your future scientist to blow up, burn up or dismantle.