Noah Rue

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Noah Rue is a journalist and a digital nomad, fascinated with the intersection between global health, personal wellness, and modern technology. When he isn't frantically updating his news feeds, Noah likes to shut off his devices, head to the beach and read detective novels from the 1930s.
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Protecting Yourself from Social Engineering Attacks

When many of us think of hackers, we think of a person sitting alone in a dark room attempting to “break-in” to a computer system using their technological know-how. In reality, most hackers, especially the successful ones, don’t work like that. Rather than forcing their way in, they knock on the door and ask if you’ll let them into your computer and eventually your life.
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Opioids, Illicit Drugs, and Physician Bias

More than three years ago, researchers uncovered a troubling trend in the realm of pain management. There is compelling evidence of racial bias in emergency room settings, with black patients half as likely to be prescribed opioids for pain than white patients.