Tag Archives: Color

Americans Lost Future Life-Years in 2020: How Much Life Was Lost Depends on the Color of One’s Skin

Some people remark about 2020 being a “lost year” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. That happens to be a true statement, sadly not in jest: in the U.S., life expectancy at birth fell by one full year over the first half of 2020 compared with 2019, to 77.8 years. In 2019, life expectancy… Read More »

Imerge Pro gets a major upgrade with powerful new retouching and color grading tools, CR3 support, and more

London, UK (October 22, 2020) – Imerge Pro is still a relatively new product on the scene but is already making waves amongst photographers and composite artists looking for more control over their final output. The desktop app – which allows editing and non-destructive compositing with RAW layers in 16-bit – offers something different from… Read More »

Does Your Eye Color Influence SAD?

In most areas with colder climates, we are smack in the middle of winter. This time of year, being post-holidays and far off from spring can bring on the doldrums in a lot of people. But if your blues are occurring more than just an occasional day here and there during the winter, it is… Read More »

$2.16M Grant to Tailor HIV Prevention PrEP for Women of Color [VIDEO]

Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York state received a $ 2.16 million federal grant to study HIV prevention among women of color. Specifically, the study will examine the use of the daily tablet Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), according to a press release from the university. This is an important… Read More »