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There is a bit of a buzz surrounding cloud web hosting these days and if you are researching various hosting options, you will certainly run across this term. But, there are only a handful of web hosts currently offering this solution, thus although it is a rather popular option it is also fairly new so your choices in web host are a tad limited. As this solution gains in popularity, though, it is likely more and more hosts will start offering this as an option. This will benefit the customer by giving them more choices in companies to utilize, but it will also reduce the price for it with the increased competition in the market. Expanding the exchanges is key not only to covering more of the uninsured but to stabilizing the new marketplaces for the future. More than sheer numbers the makeup of the exchange customer base is crucial especially after health insurance companies reported losses during the marketplaces first two years because enrollees proved sicker and costlier than expected. That resulted in higher premium increases for this year compared to 2015 and raised concerns about the affordability of coverage on the exchanges. President Barack Obama administration sees promising indicators in the first national report on sign-ups under the Affordable Care Act in 2016. So far 3 million of the enrollees are new to the exchanges. Guidelines on alcohol intake for men have been slashed by a third in new advice issued by Britain chief medical officers Friday. Men are now being told they should drink only 14 units of alcohol per week the same as for women and down from the previous level of 21 units. One unit is roughly equivalent to a small glass of wine or a small shot of spirits. The advice the first update of its kind for 20 years also says people should take several days off drinking every week. It warns that regularly drinking any amount of alcohol increases the risk of developing cancer. Pregnant women are now being told they should avoid drinking alcohol completely. Previously they were advised to limit themselves to only drink one or two units once or twice a week. What we are aiming to do with these guidelines is give the public the latest and most up to date scientific information so that they can make informed decisions about their own drinking and the level of risk they are prepared to take said Sally Davies the chief medical officer for England. Officials say the full extent of the correlation between alcohol and cancer was not properly understood when the previous public health guidelines were issued in 1995. Britain has a higher than average level of alcohol consumption according to figures from the Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD) group of rich nations. The charity Alcohol Concern says that more than nine million people in England drink more than the recommended daily limit out of a population of around 54 million. It adds there were nearly 6500 alcohol-related deaths in England in 2012. There is fierce debate in Britain over whether to bring in a minimum price for alcohol in a bid to get rid of the cheapest drinks and discourage alcohol abuse. Only the devolved government in Scotland has so far introduced legislation to impose this. Amid all the companies debuting silly new fitness trackers and niche sports wearables at CES 2016 a small company from Los Angeles quietly unveiled the future of sports safety and precaution. This company aptly named Force Impact Technologies took to the showroom floor in Eureka Park armed with the FITGuard an innovative mouthpiece designed to help athletes avoid risking head injuries. Considering the controversial nature of concussions in today athletics the folks at Force Impact could not have manufactured this revolutionary mouthpiece at a better time. Under the teeth the mouthpiece features a series of LED lights and state-of-the-art sensors geared towards detecting absorbed force. After someone is on the bad end of a big hit the mouthpiece LED lights glow in three different colors. A flashing green display represents a fairly low impact sustained flashing blue means a bit more force was felt while red indicates the highest probability injury. Technically speaking the mouthpiece continuously samples rates of acceleration for those wearing it. When the wearer acceleration increases the FITGuard sampling rate also increases until it reaches certain thresholds. Once at these thresholds the mouthguard then lights up with the corresponding colors listed above. Moreover users either have the ability to utilize preset thresholds set up by Force Impact itself or create their own user-specified ranges.