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Eat this, exercise now; new personalized software predicts and helps prevents blood sugar spikes

Not everyone has Type 2 diabetes, the disease that causes chronically high blood sugar levels, but many do. Around 9% of Americans are afflicted, and another 30% are at risk of developing it. Enter software by January AI, a four-year-old, subscription-based startup that in November began providing personalized nutritional and activity-related suggestions to its customers based on a combination of food-related data the company has quietly amassed over three years, and each person’s unique profile...
Tags: Health, TC, Stanford, Tech, SaaS, Venture Capital, Marissa Mayer, Jerry Yang, Felicis Ventures, Marc Benioff, Ame Cloud Ventures, Mike, Hashemi, Michael Snyder, SignalFire, Steve Chen


Eat this, exercise now; new personalized software predicts and helps prevent blood sugar spikes

Not everyone has Type 2 diabetes, the disease that causes chronically high blood sugar levels, but many do. Around 9% of Americans are afflicted, and another 30% are at risk of developing it. Enter software by January AI, a four-year-old, subscription-based startup that in November began providing personalized nutritional and activity-related suggestions to its customers based on a combination of food-related data the company has quietly amassed over three years, and each person’s unique profile...
Tags: Health, TC, Stanford, Tech, SaaS, Venture Capital, Marissa Mayer, Jerry Yang, Felicis Ventures, Marc Benioff, Ame Cloud Ventures, Mike, Snyder, Hashemi, Michael Snyder, SignalFire


United States: Ep #7: Proximity Wars - Character Battles In The World Of Comic Books - Volpe and Koenig

BAM! POW! This week on IP Goes Pop! Volpe Koenig intellectual property Joseph Gushue joins fellow intellectual property attorney and host Michael Snyder to talk about comic book characters!
Tags: News, United States, Koenig, Michael Snyder, Volpe, Volpe Koenig, Joseph Gushue


United States: Ep # 6: A (Ph)anatical Guide To Characters And Costumes (Podcast) - Volpe and Koenig, P.C.

This week IP Goes Pop! goes to the ballgame, as Host and Volpe Koenig Shareholder Michael Snyder and breaks down a pending lawsuit, THE PHILLIES v. HARRISON/ERICKSON INC.
Tags: News, United States, Phillies, Host, Koenig, Michael Snyder, Volpe, Volpe Koenig


United States: Ep 3: Artificial Intelligence And Intellectual Property - Open The Pod Bay Doors Hal - Volpe and Koenig, P.C.

In this episode of IP Goes Pop!, Jay Halt, Shareholder at Volpe Koenig, and Ankit Aggarwal, Associate at Volpe Koenig, join Shareholder Michael Snyder to talk about Artificial Intelligence in pop culture.
Tags: News, United States, Koenig, Michael Snyder, Volpe Koenig, Hal Volpe


United States: Ep #2: Intellectual Property Urban Legends -Taking On Myths About IP In Popular Culture - Volpe and Koenig, P.C.

This week on IP Goes Pop!, Joseph Gushue, Shareholder with Volpe Koenig, joins fellow Shareholder Michael Snyder to talk about IP "urban legends."
Tags: News, United States, Koenig, Michael Snyder, Volpe, Pop Joseph Gushue Shareholder, Volpe Koenig


Stanford teams up with Fitbit to develop wearables that detect coronavirus symptoms

Stanford Medicine researchers are developing algorithms that spot coronavirus symptoms in data collected by wearable devices. When the algorithms detect changes in heart rate or temperature that indicate the body’s fighting an infection, the device will instantly send the user an alert. Stanford professor Michael Snyder estimates that wearables make at least 250,00 measurements per day, which he plans to forage for signals that someone’s sick. “My lab wants to harness that data and see if we can...
Tags: Startups, Stanford, Artificial Intelligence, Stanford Medicine, Michael Snyder, Neural, Coronavirus


CIF State puts off making a decision on spring sports, will continue to monitor coronavirus crisis

The CIF State office and the 10 section commissioners did not make any decisions Tuesday regarding the status of CIF sectional and state championships for the spring sports during  discussions about how high schools should deal with the coronavirus pandemic. CIF State and section officials will reconvene April 3 and could at that time recommend that spring sports be stopped or allowed to continue for the rest of the school year. The move to delay making a decision about postseason events gives t...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Weber, Huntington Beach, Nugent, Brentwood, Edison, Boyce, Los Alamitos, Michael Snyder, West Valley League, Chaminade, John Weber, Harvard Westlake


Ramel Lloyd, David Elliott; Rebecca Saidoff, Haylee Aiden named West Valley League basketball co-MVPs

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The West Valley League named co-MVPs in both boys and girls basketball this year. Taft’s Ramel Lloyd and Birmingham’s David Elliott split the boys’ honor. El Camino Real’s Rebecca Saidoff and Haylee Aiden split the girls’ honor. Lloyd averaged 21.9 points and 5.3 rebounds per game as a sophomore. Elliott poured in 17 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a junior this season. Saidoff...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Cleveland, High School Sports, Elliott, Taft, Lloyd, Michael Snyder, David Elliott, West Valley League, Chaminade, High School Basketball, Arcadia Invitational, Kyle Braun


All-CIF water polo: Harvard-Westlake’s Meera Burghardt named Division 2 player of the year

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The CIF Southern Section released the girls water polo All-CIF selections this week. Harvard-Westlake senior Meera Burghardt was named the Division 2 player of the year after the Wolverines won the Division 2 crown. Seniors Abby Wiesenthal and Namlhun Jachung were selected to the Division 2 All-CIF team, along with Oaks Christian junior Gracie Hurst. Senior Maddie Demattia from Agoura was also included. Ha...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley, Michael Snyder, West Valley League, Chaminade, Arcadia Invitational, Agoura, Harvard Westlake, Oaks Christian, High School Water Polo, CIF Southern Section


All-CIF soccer: Chaminade’s Lilly Pennington named Division 3 player of the year

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The CIF Southern Section released its All-CIF soccer selections, which was highlighted by four Chaminade girls soccer players that anchored its Division 3 championship. Defender Lilly Pennington was named the division’s player of the year. All-CIF selectees Ali Alban, Abbey Handel and goalkeeper Erica Stienberg are all underclassmen that will return next year. STORY: Chaminade takes a page from top-flight ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Daily News, Buckley, San Fernando Valley, Michael Snyder, Chaminade, Arcadia Invitational, Harvard Westlake, Sierra Canyon, Southern Section, CIF Southern Section, CIF, High School Soccer


REWIND: Michael Snyder’s walk-off single completes Harvard-Westlake playoff comeback

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. COVID-19 concerns have ceased the play of high school sports indefinitely. The Daily News will be re-sharing some of the best high school sports moments the past five years, including buzzer-beaters, last-second shots, and epic comebacks. All rewinds will include videos and a link to the original coverage. On May 10, 2019, Harvard-Westlake baseball was trailing 3-1 in the bottom of the seventh inning in t...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Daily News, Snyder, Michael Snyder, Harvard Westlake, Orange Lutheran, CIF Southern Section, High School Baseball, Pete Crow Armstrong, Jared Halpert, Harvard Westlake baseball


Arcadia Invitational another great event canceled due to coronavirus concerns

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The Arcadia Invitational was officially canceled Monday afternoon, according to director Rich Gonzalez. Known as one of the best high school track and field events in the country, it’s another much-anticipated weekend that’s canceled due to concerns with COVID-19. It was scheduled for April 11. “We understand this is a heartbreaking announcement for many who have circled this event on their competition cal...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Notre Dame, Arcadia, Valencia, High School Sports, Daily News, Taft, Michael Snyder, Newbury Park, Arcadia Invitational, Harvard Westlake, Christian Grubb, CIF State, Newbury Park Westlake


Harvard-Westlake baseball’s postseason magic runs out at Dodger Stadium in loss to Cypress

LOS ANGELES — Harvard-Westlake’s baseball team reached into its bag of magic to dazzle in the final act of each postseason round. The Wolverines didn’t do it once, they shocked and awed three consecutive times – forging improbable come-from-behind victories in every game after the opening round. When Harvard-Westlake went to reach for some more magic, there simply was none left to overcome Cypress in the Wolverines’ 2-0 defeat under the lights at Dodger Stadium Saturday night. Cypress catche...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Davis, George Cooper, Cypress, Valencia, High School Sports, St Louis Cardinals, Santa Margarita, Huntington Beach, Snyder, Corrigan, Vanderbilt, St Mary


Harvard-Westlake baseball advances to CIF-SS Division 1 title game at Dodger Stadium

ENCINO — Harvard-Westlake doesn’t like it easy. A year removed from an undefeated Mission League title and a first-round exit of the playoffs, the Wolverines have found success through the struggle this season, including a series finale loss to Notre Dame. For the third straight game, Harvard-Westlake overcame a deficit in it’s 6-2 CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinal win over Huntington Beach to advance to the finals at Dodger Stadium against Cypress on Saturday. Harvard-Westlake #20 T...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Cypress, West Coast, Chatsworth, High School Sports, St Louis Cardinals, Huntington Beach, John McCoy, Wolverines, Bowser, San Fernando Valley, Dodger Stadium


Harvard-Westlake tops Huntington Beach to advance to CIF-SS Division 1 title game at Dodger Stadium

ENCINO — Harvard-Westlake doesn’t like it easy. A year removed from an undefeated Mission League title and a first-round exit of the playoffs, the Wolverines have found success through the struggle this season, including losing two of their last three league games to Notre Dame. For the third straight game, Harvard-Westlake overcame a deficit to win, this time 6-2 in a CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinal against Huntington Beach on Tuesday to advance to the finals at Dodger Stadium against...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Cypress, West Coast, Chatsworth, Notre Dame, High School Sports, St Louis Cardinals, Huntington Beach, John McCoy, Wolverines, Bowser, San Fernando Valley


Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week: Michael Snyder, Harvard-Westlake

Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week Name: Michael Snyder School: Harvard-Westlake Sport: Baseball Year: Senior Noteworthy: Harvard-Westlake coach Jared Halpert called Snyder a “fire-breathing dragon” after Friday’s dramatic comeback victory. Snyder was 2 for 4 in the Wolverines’ 4-3 win over Orange Lutheran in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 quarterfinals, including the walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to win the game. Snyder, a University of Washington commit, also hit a ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Huntington Beach, Snyder, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley, Dodger Stadium, Michael Snyder, Encino, Harvard Westlake, Orange Lutheran, Harvard Westlake Sport, High School Baseball, Jared Halpert


Sam Hliboki dominates in Harvard-Westlake’s playoff victory over Valencia

VALENCIA – It’s hard to believe that coming into Thursday afternoon’s CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoff game, Harvard-Westlake was looking for its first playoff win in two seasons. Despite being the No. 1 seed last year, the Wolverines’ season was cut shorter than expected after Valencia won in shocking fashion. Harvard-Westlake senior pitcher Sam Hliboki made sure there were no repeats, striking out 12 batters in a complete-game performance that anchored the Wolverines’ 7-1 win over Valen...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Vikings, Notre Dame, Valencia, COP, High School Sports, Huntington Beach, Saugus, Ryan, Wildcats, Vanderbilt, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley


George Cooper plays big role in Harvard-Westlake baseball’s series-opening victory over Notre Dame

SHERMAN OAKS – Two heavyweights, three rounds. Round 1 went to Harvard-Westlake’s baseball team Monday afternoon with the Wolverines’ 5-2 win over Notre Dame on the road in the first game of a winner-takes-all Mission League series that continues Tuesday and finishes on Thursday. The winner of the three-game series will be crowned the Mission League champ. SHERMAN OAKS – Two heavyweights, three rounds. Round 1 went to Harvard-Westlake Monday afternoon in the Wolverines’ 5-2 win over Notre Da...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Notre Dame, Usc, High School Sports, Ucla, Cooper, Gordon, Galloway, Vanderbilt, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Notre dame High School


George Cooper shines in Harvard-Westlake’s series opening victory over Notre Dame

SHERMAN OAKS – Two heavyweights, three rounds. Round 1 went to Harvard-Westlake Monday afternoon in the Wolverines’ 5-2 win over Notre Dame on the road in a winner-takes-all Mission League series that continues Tuesday and finishes on Thursday. The winner of the three-game series will be crowned the Mission League champ. Harvard-Westlake pitcher Bryant Reese #5 during their game at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, CA., Monday, April 22, 2019 Harvard-Westlake defeated Notre Dame 5-2. (...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Notre Dame, Usc, High School Sports, Ucla, Cooper, Gordon, Galloway, Vanderbilt, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley, RJ, Sherman Oaks


Scott Kelly spent a year in space. What happened to his body?

When astronaut Scott Kelly landed in the frigid Kazakhstan plains on March 2, 2016, a team of responders pulled Kelly and two Russian cosmonauts from the charred capsule and carried them to chairs, set out in the crisp morning air. After nearly a year in space, Kelly looked pale but appeared alright, joking about the weather with the crew and media.   Three years later — after scrutinizing Kelly's blood, arteries, genes, eyes, bones, and gut bacteria in the aftermath of the historic venture...
Tags: Science, Stanford, Nasa, Earth, International Space Station, Kazakhstan, Mars, Buffalo, Scott Kelly, Personalized Medicine, Mark, Kelly, State University of New York, Johnson Space Center, Mark Kelly, Michael Snyder


Harvard-Westlake baseball tops Chaminade in Mission League rubber match

ENCINO >> On Wednesday, Chaminade gave Harvard-Westlake its first Mission League loss since March of 2017. Jack Wong hit a walk-off RBI in extra innings. For center fielder Pete Crow-Armstrong it was exactly what Harvard-Westlake needed. “We learn from every game we play, win or loss,” he said. “Coach (Jared) Halpert speaks to us about championship teams he was part of and he always says they never went undefeated, the best teams grinded.” Harvard-Westlake’s George Cooper #1 catches a fly ba...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, North Carolina, Griffin, Valencia, High School Sports, Eagles, Daily News, Snyder, Wolverines, Bowser, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles Daily News


Government Warns Of Historic, Widespread Flooding “Through May” – Food Prices To Skyr

I thought this was an interesting article although I'm told this writer is kind of a doomsday kind of guy. It gives perspective on the massive flooding in the midwest. Government Warns Of Historic, Widespread Flooding “Through May” We have never seen catastrophic flooding like this, and the NOAA is now telling us that there will be more major flooding for at least two more months. On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warned that “historic, widespread flooding” wou...
Tags: America, Iowa, Farmers, Noaa, Nebraska, Weapon, Illinois, Manmade and Natural Disasters, Midwest, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, U S Department of Agriculture, Tuscaloosa Alabama, Great Plains, Missouri River, Michael Snyder, Ed Clark


Mission League: Harvard-Westlake baseball aims to defend league title

This time last year, all the talk was about Notre Dame’s No. 1 ranking in the nation by BaseballAmerica.com. However, that’s not the kind of season the Knights had. Instead, it was Harvard-Westlake that ended up going 18-0 in the Mission League, winning the league crown and earning the No. 1 seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. The Wolverines were upset on their own field by Valencia, a wild-card qualifier that scratched and clawed its way by a complacent Harvard-Westlake team. ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, George Cooper, Notre Dame, TCU, Griffin, Valencia, High School Sports, Ucla, Warriors, Georgia Tech, Westmont, Cubs, St Francis, Vanderbilt


Baseball roundup: Harvard-Westlake, Notre Dame set to face off in Easton Tournament final

Harvard-Westlake pitcher Sam Hliboki struck out eight batters in five innings Tuesday afternoon to anchor a 10-0 win over Birmingham at home in the Easton Tournament semifinal. Drew Bowser and Michael Snyder each hit a home run. Bowser’s two-run bomb came in the second inning, and Snyder’s came in the bottom of the sixth. Snyder finished with four RBIs. Drew Bowser hits two-run home run in second inning for Harvard-Westlake. pic.twitter.com/zmVBNwBiGS — eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) February...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Cleveland, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Taft, Snyder, Simi Valley, Moreno, St Francis, Bowser, San Fernando Valley, El Camino Real, La Canada


Scientists develop algorithm to predict disease risks

Mexico, Sep. 5 (Notimex).- Researchers from Stanford University developed a new algorithm that can predict the risk of various diseases, mainly abdominal aortic aneurysm, a common cardiovascular disease that requires timely diagnosis and care. This breakthrough was made possible by combining information from the genome sequence and people's health records, according to a statement from the institution. The method of the specialists of the Faculty of Medicine uses a form of artificial inte...
Tags: Science, Mexico, Stanford University, Michael Snyder, Faculty of Medicine, Notimex Researchers


6 Republican candidates spar in Idaho congressional debate

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Republican candidates vying for Idaho’s open 1st Congressional District all promised to help support President Donald Trump’s agenda during their latest televised debate. Former Lt. Gov. and former Attorney General David Leroy, former gubernatorial candidate Russ Fulcher, Rep. Luke Malek, Rep. Christy Perry and first time candidates Michael Snyder and Alex […]
Tags: News, Idaho, Donald Trump, Alex, BOISE Idaho, Michael Snyder, Russ Fulcher, Nation & World, Christy Perry, Luke Malek, David Leroy


Four baseball teams share first place in West Valley League

GRANADA HILLS – No one is safe in the West Valley League this year. Just ask Granada Hills, which came into Wednesday’s matchup in first place before running into Chatsworth pitcher Gabe Achucarro. The junior right-handed pitched threw a complete game and retired the final 11 hitters he faced to help Chatsworth defeat Granada Hills 6-0. Achucarro allowed only five hits with one strikeout and the lone walk he allowed was to the first batter of the game. “I give a lot of credit to Granada Hills, t...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Chatsworth, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Loyola, San Fernando Valley, El Camino Real, Michael Snyder, West Valley League, Carrillo, Alemany, Chaminade, Granada Hills, Harvard Westlake


Harvard-Westlake baseball edges Notre Dame in game one of Mission League series

ENCINO – The much-anticipated three-game baseball series between Harvard-Westlake and Notre Dame delivered so much drama in the opener that some parents might not be able to handle all three games. “We know this is our biggest rivalry,” Harvard-Westlake senior Loren Franck said. Each pitch matters, every at-bat pivotal, and any mistake can be costly. It was the ultimate pitching duel Tuesday, as Harvard-Westlake’s Sam Hliboki and Notre Dame’s Carter Kessinger went toe-to-toe in the battle betwee...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Reyes, Wolverines, San Fernando Valley, Michael Snyder, Franck, Encino, Harvard Westlake, Mission League, Loren Franck, Tom Dill, High School Baseball


Notre Dame and Harvard-Westlake highlight 2018 baseball preview

3-8-18. Sherman Oaks, CA. Notre Dame High senior baseball players Noah Taylor. Drew Littwin, Grant Berman and Michael Whiteside. Photo by Gene Blevins/LA DailyNews/SCNG 3-7-18. Encino. CA. Harvard-Westlake pitcher #7 Jack Limongelli, as they take on Thousand Oaks. Photo by Gene Blevins/LA DailyNews/SCNG Sound 3-8-18. Sherman Oaks, CA. (L-R) Notre Dame sophomores players Daylen Reyes, Devan Ornelas, Connor Skertich and Lucas Gordon. Photo by Gene Blevins/LA DailyNews/SCNG 3-7-18. En...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Nevada, Chatsworth, Notre Dame, TCU, Cincinnati Reds, Usc, High School Sports, Ucla, Southern California, Miller, Mvp