Daily Archives: February 25, 2020

‘Mission: Impossible 7’ movie production pauses over coronavirus concerns

Tom Cruise scaled the world

Production on the seventh “Mission: Impossible” film has been halted due to growing concerns about the coronavirus. “Mission: Impossible 7″ had been scheduled to shoot for three weeks in Venice. More than 200 people have tested positive for the virus in Italy, the largest number outside Asia. While most of …

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Exercise in Pregnancy Safe for Baby, Study Finds

Smog Exposure During Pregnancy Tied to Tinier Babies

By Carina StorrsHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 21 (HealthDay News) — Exercising at moderate or — for very active women — even high intensity during pregnancy won’t hurt your baby’s health, a new study finds. Researchers monitored healthy women in their third trimester before and after 30 minutes on a treadmill …

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Samsung Galaxy M31 With 6,000mAh Battery Launching in India Today: Expected Price, Specifications, How to Watch Live Stream

Samsung Galaxy M31 With 6,000mAh Battery Launching in India Today: Expected Price, Specifications, How to Watch Live Stream

Samsung Galaxy M31 is all set to be launched in India today at 1pm. The new Samsung phone will succeed the company’s Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M30s phones in the country. The South Korean tech giant has revealed three major reasons to buy this smartphone, which includes a Super AMOLED …

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Netflix Top 10 Movies, Shows Include The Last Thing He Wanted

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Earlier today, Netflix added a Top 10 feature, a list designed to show the viewer the 10 most-watched movies and TV shows in your country, day-by-day. These titles are stamped with a handy “Top 10” badge, allowing you to “easily see what’s in the zeitgeist.” Now — what say we …

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Up-and-Coming Texas Singer Lucky to Be Alive and Still Singing the Blues

News Picture: AHA News: Up-and-Coming Texas Singer Lucky to Be Alive and Still Singing the Blues

THURSDAY, Feb. 21, 2019 (American Heart Association News) — A few years ago, Texas country-blues singer Charley Crockett wrote “How Long Will I Last” about an uncertain love affair. Little did he know the song title would also apply to his struggle with heart disease. “The cardiologist determined I was …

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Winners and losers of the NHL trade deadline

Winners and losers of the NHL trade deadline

The 2020 NHL trade deadline was going to go one of two ways: Either the lack of sellers due to the league’s tight playoff races was going to produce a snoozer, or the tight playoff races were going to produce a flurry of activity as teams load up for the …

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FDA Moves to Head Off Shortages of 2 Cancer Drugs

Targeting Cancer Stem Cells May Eradicate Tumors

By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 21 (HealthDay News) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday what it called a series of steps to ensure the continued availability of vital cancer drugs that have been in dangerously short supply. One of the drugs, methotrexate, is used in combination …

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Trump faces ‘black swan’ threat to the economy and reelection

Alex Azar, Donald Trump and Seema Verma

“The view in the White House is that this is one of those classic black swan events, and all we can do is control the health issues in the U.S.,” said Stephen Moore, an informal economic adviser to the Trump team. The still-mysterious coronavirus — which is hard to detect, …

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5G Will Likely Boost The Used Smartphone Market

5G Will Likely Boost The Used Smartphone Market

The increased demand for 5G capable handsets can also potentially boost the used smartphone market, according to a new study. The research comes from Blancco Ltd, an international data security company that provides data erasure solutions. The firm surveyed 5,000 global consumers and discovered that 68 percent of them would …

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