Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

Talking Horses: roll up for our answer to the Grand National mystery | Sport

It’s a tricky beast, this Virtual Grand National which so many of us will watch on Saturday (ITV, 5pm). Because of our reduced circumstances, it has become something to anticipate on about the same level as that half-pint of Carlsberg that John Mills sinks at the end of Ice Cold …

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New England Patriots deploy team plane to fly N95 masks in from China | Sport

Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker found himself in need of an assist to help the state fight the coronavirus pandemic. He called on the New England Patriots. The team’s private plane was on schedule to return to Boston from China on Thursday evening carrying more than one million masks critical to …

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Three championships in 2022 offers Asher-Smith treble chance says Coe | Sport

Dina Asher-Smith will have a shot at an unprecedented world, Commonwealth and European treble in the summer of 2022 after Sebastian Coe confirmed that all three championships would be squeezed into a six-week window. Lord Coe, the president of World Athletics, hinted that the world championships in Eugene, Oregon, which …

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 get a slew of S20 software features (Updated)

The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 get a slew of S20 software features

The Galaxy S20 phones may be Samsung’s new flagships, but since the company continues selling the S10 line alongside it, it keeps doing a stellar job at providing software updates: The Korean manufacturer is beginning to roll out a big update to last year’s series, giving it a ton of …

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Coronavirus vs Flu vs Allergies: Which One is It?

Coronavirus vs Flu vs Allergies: Which One is It?

The New York Times has made a free e-book with answers your coronavirus questions. It features more than two dozen chapters on how you can reduce your risk, what you can do to protect others, what scientists have learned, what to do if you’re worried about the stock market and …

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AHA Guidance on Hypertension, Latest on Angiotensin Link

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: APRIL 01, 2020 — The American Heart Association (AHA) has issued new guidance for patients with hypertension during the COVID-19 outbreak. At the same time, several new review articles have been published further exploring the possible relationship between the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) and …

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How to delete or disable pre-installed apps on a Samsung Galaxy phone

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Most of us have dealt with a glut of unwanted, pre-installed apps on our phones, but thankfully there is a solution to rid ourselves of most of them. Whether its a duplicate Samsung app or carrier bloatware, you can remove most of the offending apps by disabling or uninstalling them. …

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F.D.A. Approves First Coronavirus Antibody Test in U.S.

F.D.A. Approves First Coronavirus Antibody Test in U.S.

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved a new test for coronavirus antibodies, the first for use in the United States. Currently available tests are designed to find fragments of viral genes indicating an ongoing infection. Doctors swab the nose and throat, and amplify any genetic material from the …

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Cheltenham faces criticism after racegoers suffer Covid-19 symptoms | Sport

The Jockey Club, the owner of the Cheltenham Festival, has defended its decision to proceed with last month’s four-day event after Andrew Parker Bowles, the former husband of the Duchess of Cornwall, became the latest high-profile attendee to report subsequent symptoms consistent with infection by Covid-19. The festival opened on …

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COVID-19 Is Making Moral Injury to Physicians Much Worse

2020 Lifetime Achievement: Bill and Melinda Gates

What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: APRIL 01, 2020 — Physicians and other healthcare professionals experienced significant moral injury before the COVID-19 pandemic. Physicians routinely encountered barriers to providing the kind of care they knew their patients needed. Moral injury is defined as “…perpetrating, failing to prevent, bearing …

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