Over 4 million people participate in Apple's software beta programs

  1. Over 4 million people participate in Apple’s software beta programs  AppleInsider
  2. iOS 12 beta 5 hands-on video shows off all the new features and changes  BGR
  3. Four million people are using Apple’s OS betas  TechCrunch
  4. iOS 12 Developer Beta 5 Hints at ‘Dual-SIM’ Support for iPhones; New tvOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5 …  NDTV
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Study: Fathers are forgotten by parenting programs

  1. Study: Fathers are forgotten by parenting programs  Chron.com
  2. Father’s Day 2018: 5 Tips For Fathers To Stay Healthy  NDTV
  3. Fewer Americans are celebrating Father’s Day, because more kids are growing up without fathers  Fox News
  4. Father’s Day Flashback: Son’s pitch to ailing dad to take in a game becomes gift for both  Dallas News (blog)
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Social Security and Medicare trustees confirm: GOP policies have hurt both programs

  1. Social Security and Medicare trustees confirm: GOP policies have hurt both programs  Los Angeles Times
  2. Social Security to tap into trust fund for first time in 36 years  MarketWatch
  3. Medicare Fund Falls Short in 2026, Sooner Than Last Forecast  Bloomberg
  4. Social Security Expected to Dip Into Its Reserves This Year  Wall Street Journal
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Mandatory bundled-payment Medicare programs should stay, study suggests

Hospitals that receive bundled payments for joint replacements either voluntarily or through Medicare’s mandatory programs, vary by size and volume, but not in spending or quality, signaling a need for both programs, according to a new study. The results show that voluntary programs tend to engage larger non-profit hospitals, whereas some hospitals with lower volumes and fewer resources might only participate under a mandatory program.
Source: Science Daily

Gun safety programs do not prevent children from handling firearms

Researchers have found that children who participate in gun safety programs do not retain the skills they learned and that most still will approach a firearm in an unsupervised setting. While confirming that such programs are still essential, they stress that parents are the front line of defense when it comes to safeguarding their children from accidental shootings — and that they cannot rely on safety training alone.
Source: Science Daily