11 hours ago #entertainment 1 min, 23 secs Summarize

Dream didn’t lose either, ensuring he’ll get a bigger match next week in the second chance match with Finn Bálor.

After the match, Dream took his frustrations out on Kushida, who took the pin.

So they’re turning him heel, which fits better than babyface for this character.

10 hours ago #entertainment 1 min, 0 secs Summarize

Next week's Coronation Street will see Gary and Maria prepare to tie the knot, while Abi suffers an accident at the garage, and Paul grows concerned for Gemma.

Here's a look at 11 storylines to watch out for.

It's Gary and Maria's big day, but after sharing a charged moment with Sarah, Gary is having doubts about who he really wants.

9 hours ago #entertainment 1 min, 17 secs Summarize

Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, attended Benenden school in Kent where she gained six O-levels, and three A-levels in English, History and Politics

While Prince Andrew attended Gordonstoun like his older brother, his academic choices were much like Anne's - six O-levels and A-levels in English, History and Politics

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Prince Edward also went to Gordonstoun and has nine O-levels, three A-levels in English, History and Politics

20 hours ago #health 17 secs Summarize

A number of pupils at Bannerman High School in Ballieston, Glasgow have tested positive for the coronavirus, leading test and trace officials to contact some of their friends and families.

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A cluster of coronavirus cases have been linked to one school.

20 hours ago #health 1 min, 18 secs Summarize

These days, cases of bubonic plague are exceedingly rare, but still highly fatal. .

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are between 1,000 and 2,000 cases of plague globally each year. .

Between 30 and 100 percent of those cases prove fatal, according to the WHO. ?

14 hours ago #health 1 min, 10 secs Summarize

Authors of the study, led by Public Health England (PHE), said it provides further proof of the "limited role of children" in the COVID-19 pandemic.

It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson presses ahead with his plans for all children to return to school full-time in England next month as the coronavirus lockdown is eased.

Schools closed in March in a bid to try to halt the spread of COVID-19, with only vulnerable children and those whose parents are key workers able to attend.

10 hours ago #health 21 secs Summarize

Almost a third of doctors have treated patients for long-term symptoms believed to have been caused by coronavirus, a new survey suggests.

According to the BMA’s survey, the doctors believed the symptoms were the result of the patient having suffered from Covid-19.

A total of 4,279 doctors took part in the BMA’s survey, of which 3,729 responded to the question about their patients’ long-term symptoms.

9 hours ago #health 32 secs Summarize

At least nine people in the Orkney community have been caught up in an emerging situation relating to a rising number of coronavirus cases in the county.

This is according to NHS Orkney chief executive, Michael Dickson, who spoke to The Orcadian, this morning, Thursday.

News broke, last night, that the health authority was growing increasingly concerned about a number of new cases which had been discovered in Orkney.

8 hours ago #health 33 secs Summarize

The Mayo Clinic outlined that lung disease happens when there is inflammation and scarring within the lung tissues

This can lead to progressive shortness of breath

Depending on the specific lung disease, for instance chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), there may be other signs

7 hours ago #health 6 mins, 48 secs Summarize

The number of people waiting longer than 18 weeks for routine hospital treatment in England was more than 1.85 million in June - the highest since records began in August 2007

New data from NHS England shows the number of people waiting more than 52 weeks to start hospital treatment in England rose to 50,536, up from 1,089 in June last year, and the highest number for any calendar month since February 2009

The number of patients admitted for routine treatment in hospitals in England was down 67% in June compared with a year ago

1 day ago #science 42 secs Summarize

In a new series of studies published in Nature this week, researchers explain that they’ve discovered evidence of a massive subsurface ocean of salty water resting beneath the dwarf planet’s icy shell.

“The surface and internal structure of Ceres show evidence of a global process of aqueous alteration, indicating the existence of an ocean in the past.

However, it is not clear whether part of this ocean is still present and whether residual fluids are still circulating in the dwarf planet,” the researchers write, describing that they found evidence of the recent deposition of minerals on the dwarf planet’s surface.

1 day ago #science 1 min, 14 secs Summarize

But a locale like the Boxgrove Horse Butchery Site reminds us, when looked at in detail, that all aspects of human adaptation are mediated through our most powerful evolutionary adaptations: social life and culture.

The Boxgrove people, like all other human species, were capable of sharing time, care and knowledge in all parts of their life.

These connections, even in the most routine of daily tasks, have always contributed to our success and resilience

21 hours ago #science 43 secs Summarize

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is currently out of commission after a thick support cable fell onto the dish, creating a large gash.

It’s yet another setback for the beloved science facility, which hasn’t fully recovered from the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

At around 2:45 a.m.

8 hours ago #science 41 secs Summarize

Helen Ward, from Imperial College London, said Covid-19 was ‘spread out’ across the country in January and February – despite officials only catching the first case in late January.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast on Thursday morning, the British physician said: ‘What was interesting (about the study) is that we can tell from people who reported not only having a positive test, but we also asked about their symptoms so we can actually track for most people – the 70% of people who reported symptoms – when they think they were infected.

‘And it did start in January, February, and actually it started right across the country, so you can’t say that it started in London and spread out.

18 hours ago #technology 59 secs Summarize

“Our research shows the ancestors of the Goegmulgal people of Mabuyag were engaged in complex and diverse cultivation and horticultural practices in the western Torres Strait at least 2,000 years ago.

“So rather than being a barrier, the Torres Strait was more of a bridge or a filter of cultural and horticultural practices going both north and south.

“The type of banana we found on Mabuyag appeared much earlier on New Guinea, which was a centre of banana domestication.”.

16 hours ago #technology 3 mins, 44 secs Summarize

Of course there could be further revelations to come, as I wouldn’t trust Phil Spencer to organise a heavy drinking session in a brewery, and I think after the launch of the Xbox Series X he needs to resign as I can’t see what improvements he’s ushered in at all, but I will probably still buy a Xbox Series X… and even as I type that I can’t help thinking back to my purchases of the PS Vita, Wii U, or even the 3DS at launch – which while occasionally enjoyable were mostly less than stellar decisions

But saying that, as I was wanting to replace my Xbox One with the Xbox One X earlier in the year and never got round to it, I may as well buy an Xbox Series X instead

Halo Infinite was one of the games I was looking forward to this year but not as much as Cyberpunk 2077, so to play that on a machine that will make the current gen version perform the best it could still be worth it

11 hours ago #technology 53 secs Summarize

You’ll need a little more to get into the driving seat of an S model, and the E-Hybrid and Turbo versions are rare, so look to spend £60,000 on the former and £80,000-£90,000 on the latter.

Need to know.

On paper, the most economical model is the petrol-electric E-Hybrid, with official fuel consumption of 72.4mpg.

6 hours ago #technology 1 min, 39 secs Summarize

Virgin Media has now confirmed its collaboration with superhero service game Marvel's Avengers, a partnership that includes the previously-leaked skins - as well as earlier access to the game's beta this weekend if you haven't pre-ordered.

This weekend's beta window is officially open for all PlayStation 4 owners, and invite-only for those who have pre-ordered the game on PC and Xbox One.

If you haven't pre-ordered on those platforms but are also a Virgin Media customer, then you can get in too.

#Entertainment

R Kelly’s ‘pals set fire to sex crime accuser’s car and threatened to release explicit pics’
14 hours ago
R Kelly’s ‘pals set fire to sex crime accuser’s car and threatened to release explicit pics’
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Authorities said Russell, a manager and adviser to Kelly, sent a letter to the woman's lawyer with cropped nude photographs of her and later sent her a text warning her: "Pull the plug or you will be exposed.".

It was not immediately clear whether Russell and Arline Jr.

had attorneys who could comment on the charges.

SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ollie Ollerton says he is 'disappointed' following shock axe
16 hours ago
SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ollie Ollerton says he is 'disappointed' following shock axe
1 min, 36 secs

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Tom Cruise 'furious' after horrifying motorbike accident on Mission Impossible set
18 hours ago
Tom Cruise 'furious' after horrifying motorbike accident on Mission Impossible set
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Fire brigades and ambulances were rushed to the set after an action sequence went horribly wrong after a motorbike burst into flames on the set of Mission Impossible.

The latest Mission: Impossible film was thrown into complete chaos after a motorbike caught fire on the £2 million set.

Production of the iconic movie series, which features Hollywood star Tom Cruise as genius spy Ethan Hunt, was called to halt after a stuntman's bike exploded after being driven off a huge ramp.

#Technology

Google is testing domain-only URLs in Chrome to help foil scams and phishing
6 hours ago
Google is testing domain-only URLs in Chrome to help foil scams and phishing
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An experiment in Chrome version 86.

Google is experimenting with showing domain names only in Chrome’s address bar instead of full URLs.

The feature will be tested in the upcoming Chrome 86 release, with Google hoping the change could protect users against scams and phishing attacks using misleading URLs.

PSA - A Total War Saga: Troy is Free For Its Launch Day
7 hours ago
PSA - A Total War Saga: Troy is Free For Its Launch Day
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You'll also be able to grab some Amazons-themed DLC for free as well, although that'll require you to link a Total War Access account.

Check out some wonderful Playdate game demos, including a low-fi Doom
19 hours ago
Check out some wonderful Playdate game demos, including a low-fi Doom
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Panic says developer Ryosuke Mihara is building a calligraphy tool that makes use of the hand crank to set the direction of your brush?

Oinariman (@oinariman) is crafting an incredible calligraphy tool that uses the crank to set the direction of your brush.

pic.twitter.com/le0nvty9JW.

#Science

Arecibo Observatory: One of the world's biggest telescopes suffers major damage in freak incident
1 day ago
Arecibo Observatory: One of the world's biggest telescopes suffers major damage in freak incident
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A Broken Cable Has Smashed a Huge Hole in The Arecibo Observatory
1 day ago
A Broken Cable Has Smashed a Huge Hole in The Arecibo Observatory
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On Monday, a 3-inch-thick (76-mm-thick) cable at the Arecibo Observatory broke, tearing a gash 100 feet (30 metres) long in the reflector dish of the 20-acre radio telescope in Puerto Rico.

The observatory had just reopened after a temporary closure due to Tropical Storm Isaias when the cable, which helped support a metal platform, snapped at about 2:45 am ET.

Now the facility is closed again as engineers assess the damage, according to the University of Central Florida, a co-operator of the telescope.

'Beautiful and healthy' young woman died suddenly on dream work trip in Australia
2 days ago
'Beautiful and healthy' young woman died suddenly on dream work trip in Australia
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Her death was was caused by Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), a genetic heart condition that can cause sudden death but often goes unnoticed when the person is young and healthy.

Jessica's death in August 2019 left her family and friends devastated as they paid tribute to the "extraordinary" and "bubbly" woman.

Jessica’s dad Ste said: "Jessica was a special girl, you certainly knew when she entered a room.

#Health

A new anti-obesity coronavirus campaign is a nightmare for eating disorder sufferers
6 hours ago
A new anti-obesity coronavirus campaign is a nightmare for eating disorder sufferers
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London (CNN)Boris Johnson's latest strategy to fight coronavirus aims to make Britain healthier -- but campaigners are worried about the impact the policy will have on people living with eating disorders

Rheumatoid arthritis: The healthy bread alternative that could be making symptoms worse
13 hours ago
Rheumatoid arthritis: The healthy bread alternative that could be making symptoms worse
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As the NHS explains, some people with rheumatoid arthritis feel their symptoms get worse after they have eaten certain foods.

In fact, there is a scientific basis for the association between certain food choices and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.

This association helps to explain why otherwise healthy food choices may aggravate rheumatoid arthritis.

Only ONE healthy child has been killed by Covid-19 in Britain, reveals study
17 hours ago
Only ONE healthy child has been killed by Covid-19 in Britain, reveals study
1 min, 45 secs

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Only one previously healthy child has died of coronavirus in England and children make up a fraction of cases, an official study reveals.

The comparatively low impact on the young will reassure millions of parents and boost the Government’s determination to reopen schools next month.

Experts found that under-16s made up 1.1 per cent of the 130,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases during the first wave of the virus.

#Politics

Mesut Ozil gives defiant interview on Arsenal future, refusing a pay cut and ‘being right’ – ‘People have been
7 hours ago
Mesut Ozil gives defiant interview on Arsenal future, refusing a pay cut and ‘being right’ – ‘People have been
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“Things have obviously been difficult but I love Arsenal, I love to work there, I love the people in the club — the real people, those I’ve been with for a long time — and I love London, it’s my home.

“Whatever happened in the last two seasons, I’m happy and very strong mentally.

I never give up on anything.

Four firefighters injured in Stonehaven rail tragedy as official investigation gets underway
7 hours ago
Four firefighters injured in Stonehaven rail tragedy as official investigation gets underway
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"The safety of passengers and staff is and has always been our upmost priority and we will ensure that lessons are learned from this tragic incident once the Rail Accident Investigation Branch has carried out its investigation.".

In another message of condolence, sent to the Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire, the Queen said: "It was with great sadness that I heard of the train derailment earlier today in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire.

"The Duke of Edinburgh, and the entire royal family, join me in sending our thoughts and prayers to the families of those who have died and those who have been injured.

No silver lining for first-time home buyers even if prices collapse
17 hours ago
No silver lining for first-time home buyers even if prices collapse
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Sounding the alarm after Britain’s economy plunged into the deepest recession since records began, the Resolution Foundation said house prices could fall by more than a fifth by summer next year.

It said although this might sound as if it should benefit young adults looking to get on the property ladder, first-time buyers would struggle because the Covid recession would also drag down their incomes while banks made it harder to get a mortgage.

Warning that the pandemic would deepen pre-existing inequalities and exacerbate growing generational divisions, the thinktank said only those who already had high levels of savings before the Covid recession struck would stand to benefit.

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