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Yoga teacher Usha Chengappa teaches us some postures that will help us to maintain the health of our eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although the technology industry has long been considered synonymous with the male gender; the contingent of high-profile female technological evangelists is well-established and ever increasing. Nathalie Gaveau, founder and CEO of social e-commerce company Shopcade, provides insight into the world of technology, looks at the common traits shared with her male counterparts and discusses whether gender is any longer a hindrance to a successful career in the sector.