EHarmony Doesn’t Really Know What It’s Like to Date a Reporter
News from The Wire:

If eHarmony’s “15 Reasons to Date a Reporter” is representative of the site’s dating advice, then you should cancel your membership. The story lists 15 very appealing qualities for a significant other, and then mistakenly associates them with journalists. Since one of the traits is “reporters have a great ‘b.s. radar,’” it seems fitting that many reporters (journalists, bloggers, etc.) felt the need to point out how wrong this is.

Has eHarmony ever met a reporter,” asked BuzzFeed’s Rosie Gray. 15 reasons to date a reporter (none of them are true),” tweeted Alejandro Lazo of The Wall Street Journal. “A list of reasons why reporters are great to date (you know, except for that dying industry thing),”

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Match.com for senior care, Cariloop gives users more control over healthcare …
News from MedCity News:

One of the toughest decisions seniors and their adult children often have to make is picking a care facility. One healthcare startup confronting that challenge is Cariloop. Its service reflects the growing trend of the healthcare industry adopting services more commonly found on the likes of dating websites like Match.com or hospitality industry sites like Expedia or Hotels.com. It helps them with the overwhelming task of navigating senior care homes to find the best fit.

Michael Walsh is the co-founder and CEO of Richardson, Texas-based Cariloop. Although he acknowledges that an online senior care guide isn’t exactly a new concept with sites like Caring.com and APlaceforMom, Walsh said its service offers something different.

“What we’re trying to do is carve out a space for people who want to have more control over their healthcare decisions. We’re trying to do that instead of asking a 45-year-old what she thinks her parents need.”

It just raised $ 400,000 in seed capital, according to a company statement. Dallas-based Green

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