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    AMAZON is set to bring a major change to checkouts at a number of Wholefoods stores. The brand is set to install palm-reading tech at Whole Foods Markets across Texas - meaning shoppers will no longer need cash or card to pay. 1Shoppers will now be able to scan their palms to pay at Wholefoods stores across TexasCredit: Amazon The checkout tech, called Amazon One, will be added to all 16 North Texas locations in the coming weeks, Amazon said. Customers will simply need to enroll their palm with the Amazon One service and link a credit or debit card at a store kiosk to start. To pay, they must hold their palm over the device for around a second. Items will still be manually scanned, but the system means customers don't have to rifle around for their cash or card when they pay, DallasNews reports. Read More AmazonALEXA, PLAY MUSIC Echo Dot with 6 months of Amazon Music just $18 in Black Friday dealBOOK IT My Amazon side hustle makes me $100,000 per year...
    SHOPPING can sometimes take up hours of the day, but one Mom has found a great self-checkout hack to get out of the store in just minutes – no matter how many items she’s buying.  TikTok “Momtrepreneaur” Heather Scibetta posted a video detailing the hack to her followers, saying it could save up to 10 minutes spent loading and unloading the check out conveyor belt.  4"Momtrepreneur" Heather Scibetta is recommending a new shopping hack to speed up leaving the storeCredit: TikTok/ momtrepreneur 4To make checking out easier, Scibetta recommends shoppers load their items with the barcodes showing on topCredit: TikTok/ momtrepreneur 4Once you're at self checkout use the hand-held barcode scanner on the items so you don't even have to unload your cartCredit: TikTok/ momtrepreneur Scibetta paired the 15-second video with a popular TikTok audio that thousands of users have used to show their fun or quirky “life hacks.”  “Show me the life hack you randomly saw one day that is now an unconscious standard practice in your life, I’ll go first,” the audio says.  At the same time, Scibetta...
    SUN Health’s resident expert and practising GP Dr Zoe explains . . . SIXTY-ONE per cent of women do not regularly check their breasts for signs of cancer, according to research from Estee Lauder Companies on the 30th anniversary of their Breast Cancer Campaign. 1Sixty-one per cent of women do not regularly check their breastsCredit: Getty And a third of women have never checked them at all. When it comes to checking your breasts, strictly speaking there is no right or wrong way. What’s most important is that you do it regularly, ideally once a month, to get to know your breasts and what is normal for you. It is only by being familiar with “our normal” that we are likely to identify if there is a change. Read More on Breast Cancer'CONFLICTED' My boobs are epic - I should've got them out like Denise, says Sarah Cawood So whether you check them in bed, in the shower or in the gym changing rooms, it doesn’t matter. However, it is important to know what you are looking for. Look at the breasts, ideally...
    A WALMART shopper has issued a warning after allegedly being charged more at self-checkout than the price shown for the item on the store's shelf. The Tiktoker claimed shoppers should always check your receipts at Walmart self-checkout to ensure they are not being overcharged. 2Tik Toker tells customers to check their receipt before leaving the storeCredit: TikTok/cw.becks 2Tik Toker displays price differences at WalmartCredit: TikTok/cw.becks The shopper, under the account name Cw.becks on TikTok, claimed to show a picture of the product on the shelve and then the price he was charged at self-checkout. The pictures showed a more than $1 discrepancy between the prices. Feeling bamboozled and blindsided, the tik-toker told his followers to "watch your back" when scanning the items at checkout. He begins the video by claiming, "In today's episode of Walmart is trying to rip you off watch your back." He proceeds to record two bags of chocolate priced at $2.62. While scanning the items on the checkout machine, he noticed that the price had changed from $2.62 to $3.88. More on WalmartNEW LOOKS Items added to Walmart...
    KROGER bosses have boasted that customers who use the retailer’s new shopping device will have the easiest check out ever in-store. The supermarket giant piloted the KroGo cart in the fall of 2020 and it has been rolled out across the country. 1Kroger bosses have claimed that shoppers who use the retailer's KroGo will have an 'easy checkout'Credit: Kroger Kroger customers put their bags in the front of the cart before picking up and scanning items as they venture around the store. In a promotional video, Kroger bosses have claimed that shoppers will have the “easiest checkout ever” if they use a KroGo buggy. And, a supermarket spokesperson said at the time of the pilot: “KroGo offers customers a seamless shopping experience where they can scan items and pay, all on the cart.” But, customers that use KroGo are unable to purchase some items. read more on krogerSCAN THAT Kroger rival tests major changes at checkouts - and customers won't be happyTWO SHOTS Kroger's new rules at self-checkout will help you not get in legal trouble Products include tobacco, hard...
    Images By Tang Ming Tung | DigitalVision | Getty Images While scores of American spring breakers will soon descend on Florida hot spots like Daytona Beach and Panama City as well as other balmy U.S. destinations, many will instead opt for some fun in the sun in the foreign climes of Mexico and the Caribbean. Once the party's over, however, these college-age jet-setters — along with anybody else over age 2 looking to enter the U.S. — will have to test negative for Covid-19 before boarding the flight home. The rule, instituted by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, took effect Dec. 6 and there's no indication as yet that it will be lifted anytime soon. That means taking a Covid test approved for international travel no more than one day before departure for the U.S. — either at a foreign testing site or with a self-testing kit you've brought from home — or submitting proof of recovery from infection within the past 90 days. The test taken must be a viral test (nucleic acid amplification test [NAAT]...
    Being able to defend yourself or your family from an attacker is invaluable. Self-defense is something we all should take very seriously in this day and age. With that being said, we’ve compiled 10 must-have self-defense gadgets that will keep you safe in times of insecurity and danger. We know our Brightbulb readers love to be prepared for the unknown, so be sure to check them out below: *Updated* NightCap Drink Cover Scrunchie (Photo Via Amazon) Since many of us are starting to get back to our normal routines, that means we’ll all be going out on the town more frequently! While this is very exciting to many, we still have to remember to stay cautious of any danger that may arise. This ingenious invention helps prevent any drug-related powder, pills, or other substances from being put into your drink while you’re not looking. Plus, it does all of this while acting as a hair tie. Talk about discreet! Get a 2-pack of this awesome product for just $21.99 when you click here. GUARD ALASKA Mace Brand Maximum Strength Bear Spray...
    Being able to defend yourself or your family from an attacker is invaluable. Self-defense is something we all should take very seriously in this day and age. With that being said, we’ve compiled eight must-have self-defense gadgets that will keep you safe in times of insecurity and danger. We know our Brightbulb readers love to be prepared for the unknown, so be sure to check them out below: NightCap Drink Cover Scrunchie (Photo Via Amazon) Since many of us are starting to get back to our normal routines, that means we’ll all be going out on the town more frequently! While this is very exciting to many, we still have to remember to stay cautious of any danger that may arise. This ingenious invention helps prevent any drug-related powder, pills, or other substances from being put into your drink while you’re not looking. Plus, it does all of this while acting as a hair tie. Talk about discreet! Get a 2-pack of this awesome product for just $21.99 when you click here. BASU eAlarm WRX Wearable Emergency Alarm for Walking &...
    Reebok’s Classic Leather Legacy Celebrates the Future While Honoring the Past Fantasy Baseball Takeaways: Cole Irvin, soft-rock in Oakland “Check yo self before you wreck yo self” That now-famous lyric from Ice Cube off his 1992 album, The Predator, is now at the center of a lawsuit from the rapper/actor against Robinhood, which offers a very popular stock trading app. Has the lyric become a catchphrase? Or is the lyric so generic that in the three decades since the release of “Check Yo Self,” the phrase has fallen into the public domain and is now free for all to use? Attorneys for O’Shea “Ice Cube” Jackson and Robinhood find themselves raising this debate in a federal court in San Francisco. It’s not too hard to squint and see this case as having larger relevance in the era of the meme. The lawsuit was prompted by a March 8 post on the Robinhood app. An image of Jackson from the motion picture, Are We There Yet?, was used along with a caption, “Correct yourself, before you wreck yourself.” Jackson’s lawyers say Robinhood misappropriated Jackson’s...
    One COVID patient is dying every 10 minutes in L.A. County Workers unemployment benefits at stake if Trump doesnt sign relief bill by Saturday All the Best After Christmas Sales to Check Out This Weekend © Getty In a global pandemic, where time is an illusion, it's wild to even be writing about the best after Christmas sales (because, who, what, 2020 is almost over??). And yet here we are.  This post-Christmas week is always a time of looking forward to the year ahead, perhaps making inventory of the things you might need to hit your New Year's resolutions, but also an opportunity to amend the ills of the year past. Maybe your gifts didn't make it in time because you missed shipping deadlines in this year's Shipageddon (relatable), and maybe you haven't truly shopped for niceties this whole year because (let's be real), you didn't really leave the house. With that in mind, who's to say that now is too late to buy someone, perhaps yourself, a belated holiday gift (especially if your holiday festivities were cancelled this...
    This article was medically reviewed by Richard Reitherman, MD, medical director of breast imaging at MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Medical Center.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Regular self-breast exams can help you spot symptoms of breast cancer like lumps, scabbing, and other ireggularities.  You should check your breasts at the same time each month, around 3-5 days after your period ends. Not all breast lumps are cancerous, but if you find one, make sure to see a doctor for a proper clinical exam. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. One of the most common forms of cancer is breast cancer, a disease where the breast cells grow abnormally and out of control. It's crucial to look for breast cancer early while it's still relatively easy...
    Fact check: Fake claim about GOP convention began as satire Taco Bell is taking a page from Chipotles playbook with its new mobile ordering drive-thrus Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Motley Fool Issues Rare “All In” Buy Alert Ad Microsoft 20+ Gadgets We Bet You Haven't Seen Yet Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/27 SLIDES © iStock/nd3000 Become your own boss Plenty of people dream of becoming their own boss. However, options for self-employment are heavily dependent on one’s industry and occupation. To help better inform your career planning, this MagnifyMoney study takes a closer look at the occupations best suited for self-employment. When evaluating the leading occupations where you can be your own...
    United Airlines wants to know more about your health. Summer air travel has seen a drastic uptick in the last month as coronavirus restrictions around the country begin to loosen. And as travel demand increases, United Airlines, which is planning on restoring flight service to 150 U.S. and Canadian destinations in July, is increasing its safety protocols. FLYING DURING COVID-19: STAYING SAFE AS TRAVEL SLOWLY RESUMES The “Ready-to-Fly” checklist will be implemented as part of United’s CleanPlus initiative, which the brand rolled out in partnership with Clorox in late May. (iStock) The Chicago-based carrier will be asking all passengers to take health self-assessment questionnaires as part of the check-in process before their flight. The “Ready-to-Fly” checklist will be implemented as part of United’s CleanPlus initiative, which the brand rolled out in partnership with Clorox in late May. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER "Our health experts are pleased to play a role in helping people travel more safely and we worked closely with United to develop a health self-assessment for its customers to better ensure precautions are taken...
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