Daily Archives: March 2, 2020

Skin Cancer May Have Driven Evolution of Black Skin

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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 26, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Black skin may have evolved to protect early humans who lived up to 1.8 million years ago from skin cancer, a new study suggests. The British research team bases their theory on data from today’s African pale-skinned albinos — people with genetic changes …

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Netanyahu projected to win Israeli election, but exit polls suggest bloc just short of majority

Israel is voting on Monday. Here's what you need to know

But even if the final results bear out these projections from Israel’s three main news channels, Netanyahu will still need to find partners to form a coalition government with a majority in the 120-seat parliament. Just after polling stations closed across Israel at 10 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET), …

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How To Set Up & Get The Most Out Of A Brand New Chromebook

Chrome Themes Just Black AH 2019

Opening the box to unwrap a new Chromebook can be exciting and Chrome OS is already an extremely intuitive operating system that makes customizing easy. But there are at least a few things a user can do fairly early on to make the experience more individualized and convenient. That’s true …

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‘The’ve become human for one game’: Lampard expecting Liverpool reaction | Football

Frank Lampard has said he does not expect Liverpool’s first league defeat of the season to soften the challenge of facing them in the FA Cup fifth round at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Asked if it is an ideal time to face Liverpool after their surprise 3-0 defeat to Watford …

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Alcohol-Linked Deaths Soaring in U.S., Women Hit Hardest

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Latest Mental Health News By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 21, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Americans are drinking themselves to death at ever-increasing rates, with women in particular hitting the bottle hard, a new study shows. The rate of alcohol-induced deaths among women increased between 3.1% and 3.6% …

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip VS Moto RAZR VS Galaxy Fold: Which one should you buy?

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip VS Moto RAZR VS Galaxy Fold: Which one should you buy?

Foldable phones are slowly catching up, despite mounting skepticism regarding the durability aspect and their very existence. Heck, smartphone makers appear to be in a race to launch foldable phones and take an early lead in the nascent segment. The first name that comes to mind when talking about foldable …

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Robinhood Trading App Crashes, Traders Experience Tech Issues

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Robinhood trading app crashed today and customers were unable to take profits even before the app’s crash. Now, users have taken to social to voice their outrage. Robinhood’s crash angers the platform’s traders Robinhood trading app’s latest update appears to have broken the platform, causing significant downtime and blocking customer …

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The Samsung Galaxy A21 Sports Quad-Cameras & Is Coming To The US

The Samsung Galaxy A21 Sports Quad-Cameras & Is Coming To The US

This is the Samsung Galaxy A21, which is going to be a budget to mid-range smartphone that will be launching in the US very soon. It’ll be the successor to the very popular Galaxy A20. The Galaxy A20 was the seventh most sold smartphone in all of 2019, beating out …

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Aston Villa can take heart from Wembley but face race against time | Football

Mbwana Samatta scored an excellent header against Manchester City to give Villa hope in the Carabao Cup final.

A good video editor could really mess with Aston Villa’s minds after Sunday’s Carabao Cup final. On one hand they could show the two goals Manchester City scored with the aid of slovenly defending and slack officiating, thus intimating that Villa are likely to continue to fall short this season …

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U.S. Obesity Rate Shows Signs of Leveling Off

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Latest Diet & Weight Management News By Mary Brophy MarcusHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 25, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Obesity still looms large in the United States but the scale’s relentless climb may have leveled off, according to the latest results of a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and …

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