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A guideline to improve children’s physical health, for example, includes using AI to help tackle environmental pollution.
However, coronavirus threw a spanner in the works for physical stores.
During the pandemic, getting enough physical activity may be even more difficult than usual.
Some school districts are trying to bring younger kids into physical classrooms before older kids.
For her events, she always include “artifacts,” as Haskins calls them, or vignettes primed for social media—a way for the event to extend beyond the physical room.
MyFlo suggests different physical activities that may be more suited to the current phase of your cycle.
The rule meant Apple could not open physical or online stores in India, forcing it to rely on third-party sellers and neutralizing its branding firepower.
Lifestyle trends, such as overweight and obesity, lack of physical activity and changing diets, have been suggested to play roles.
According to the team, the Link has similar physical properties and thickness as the skull, making the replacement a sort of copy-and-paste.
Ultimately, the technology may help power rural areas or transmit energy from offshore wind farms, both cases where it’s expensive to build physical infrastructure to tap or feed the grid.

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