For one health-care venture capitalist, the search for ‘another miracle’ turns personal

For one health-care venture capitalist, the search for ‘another miracle’ turns personal

It’s been less than a year since Jonathan Silverstein, a venture capitalist at health-care fund OrbiMed, received the diagnosis that changed everything. Parkinson’s disease at age 49. A potentially more aggressive, inherited form, driven by a mutation in a gene called GBA. It affects up to 10 percent of Americans with Parkinson’s, and — as for other forms of the neurodegenerative disease — there is no cure, or even treatments that slow its course. In recent months, Silverstein and his wife, Natalie, set up the Silverstein Foundation, raised $6 million…

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Does Your Personal Website Need an SEO Strategy?

Does Your Personal Website Need an SEO Strategy?

If you have built a personal blog or a resume website, you may wonder if you need to promote it. Most websites that conduct promotional activities are intended for monetizing. However, your personal website is just for your personal brand, you probably won’t be able to make a lot of money out of it. When that’s the case, it’s worthwhile to spend money on an SEO strategy? Does your personal website even need an SEO strategy? Read ahead to find out: The Short Answer is “Yes” Whether your personal website…

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Personal Trainer Gains 31Kg To Help Client Lose Weight

Personal Trainer Gains 31Kg To Help Client Lose Weight

Fitness is all about regular exercising and balancing it with optimum nutrition. Experts believe that your diet plays 70% role in determining the efficacy of your workout regime. However, besides the diet, the intensity of your workout will not yield an iota of what is expected if you don’t train the right way. We all need our guide, that coach who will selflessly share his knowledge and help us become our best version. A good fitness trainer helps you achieve your goals – what makes him great is his ability…

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I Have Five Digital ‘Personal Assistants’ and Still Can’t Get Anything Done

I Have Five Digital ‘Personal Assistants’ and Still Can’t Get Anything Done

There comes a point in every adult’s life when one stops and thinks: I could really use a personal assistant. I know I could. The Washington Post’s budget, however, doesn’t stretch to provide each reporter with a personal aide. But thanks to the magic of technology, I have regular access to five digital assistants: Siri, Cortana, Alexa, Google Now and an email-based scheduling assistant called Amy. It should be a breeze for anyone trying to get themselves organized as part of a New Year’s resolution. It should be fantastic. But,…

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