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Medtech's gender gap, in BT Weekend

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GENDER-SPECIFIC health issues afflict half of the world's population, yet even with growing awareness of "women's cancers" and female conditions, medical technology has yet to catch up with the needs of the demographic. Our Saturday cover feature Brunch looks at why women are sorely under-served by medtech.

In the Raffles Conversation, Forrester CEO George Colony shares why he thinks artificial intelligence is overstated, but technology will lead mankind into a brighter and better future.

In our Investing & Wealth section, iFast Financial explains why yield hunters need to lower their expectations or be more cautious moving forward. The CFA Singapore Insights column, meanwhile, examines the Reits sector and how, as an investor, you should assess Reits.

The Motley Fool casts its eye on dividend stocks and picks those that might be worthy of your portfolio.

Cubicle Files deals with something we've all experienced: A new boss - be it your department head, direct supervisor or chief executive - arrives, and suddenly, everything is up in the air.

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This week, we dive into the mindsets of new bosses, the mistakes they tend to make, and why employees ought to give them the benefit of the doubt - up to a certain point.

And finally, Cult Status, our monthly look at products that are worth spending on, introduces a brand that eschews the usual cliches.

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