Month: November 2022

Better Atmospheric River Forecasts Are Giving Emergency Planners More Time to Prepare for Flooding

I was eating breakfast on a Monday morning at Sears Fine Food in downtown San Francisco, casually watching the local five-day weather forecast on a television screen behind the counter. A little symbol along the bottom showed a happy-looking sun for the rest of the day. Wednesday had a friendly-looking cloud and a few raindrops,…

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Dua Lipa enjoys a day of wildlife as she cuddles up to koalas and kangaroos in Australia

She’s currently spending time Down Under for her Future Nostalgia tour. And Dua Lipa took some time to see the sights of Brisbane on Saturday as she explored a wildlife park during a break from performing. Taking to Instagram to give fans a snapshot of the day, the hitmaker, 27, shared pictures as she sweetly…

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Suede Jacket Outfit – Oxford Shirt And Dark Denim Jeans

One style of jacket I’ve really loved for so long is a suede jacket. This is my suede jacket outfit, and I’m wearing it with an Oxford shirt and a pair of dark denim jeans. Here’s what you need to know about this outfit. I’m lucky to have a couple of suede jacket, but this…

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Simple Nose Swab Test Might Gauge Severity of Child’s RSV

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Nov. 4, 2022 (HealthDay News) — While it isn’t possible to tell parents how long their child will need to remain in intensive care with a serious case of RSV, new research has unearthed clues that may make it easier to predict which kids will require a longer stay.…

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Andrew Barry: Thought Leader Q&A

Diving Into Tech Implementation And Culture Fits With Andrew Barry After working for over a decade in corporate training, Andrew Barry founded Curious Lion, an eLearning company that is passionate about providing corporations with meaningful and customized learning material. His company has created successful immersive learning experiences for companies such as Pinterest and PagerDuty. Today,…

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What You Need to Know About Iran’s Surveillance Tech

Tulika Bose: This is 60-Second Science. I’m Tulika Bose. Iranians have been fiercely and relentlessly protesting against their government. This was sparked by the death of a 22-year old Kurdish woman named Mahsa Amini who died in the custody of the country’s “morality police.” The demonstrations have been led by young women, who refused to…

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Bank of America hires Dan Snyder

Team co-owners Dan and Tanya Snyder pose for a photo with current team members and alumni during the announcement of the Washington Football Team’s name change to the Washington Commanders at FedExField on February 02, 2022 in Landover, Maryland. Rob Carr | Getty Images Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder has hired Bank of America to…

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Naomi Campbell, 52, looks sensational in a white bikini during a trip to the Maldives

Naomi Campbell looked radiant as ever as she enjoyed a trip to the beach alongside PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kumani in the Maldives on Wednesday. The model, 52, displayed her jaw-dropping figure as she slipped into a white bikini while soaking up the sun on a beach chair. The star styled her raven locks into loose…

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The Most Urgent Science, Health and Climate Issues in the 2022 Midterm Elections

Yet again, the stakes going into U.S. Election Day are soberingly high—and the results at all levels of government will have lasting ramifications for millions of human lives on issues ranging from abortion access to the climate emergency. Democrats have held the presidency and both houses of Congress for two years, taking some of the…

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Exercise During Chemo May Help You Beat the Treatment’s Effects

Nov. 1, 2022 — Exercising while undergoing chemotherapy can help cancer patients overcome the treatment’s debilitating effects and return to normal life faster. That’s according to a new study of 266 patients undergoing chemotherapy for testicular, breast, or colon cancer or non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. All the participants took part in a 6-month exercise program, but half…

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