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(University of Houston) In the first study to validate conflicting theories, a University of Houston researcher has confirmed that the zinc actually does inhibit and promote the growth of kidney stones at the same time.
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The definitive collection of the best investing stories Business Insider published during the week ended June 12.
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NASA has announced that it is seeking proposals for a pair of new private astronaut missions, with the destination being the ISS. NASA says that the two missions are part of the agency’s efforts to open space to more people than ever before. The opportunities will allow US commercial companies to continue to play a central role in establishing a … Continue reading
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Do you remember the case of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10? Their ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint readers allowed anyone to unlock the phones as long ... The post Samsung Devices Have Unpatched Vulnerability That May Leak Your SMS appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Sci-fi author F. Brett Cox loves stories with mysterious spacecraft but is a firm skeptic when it comes to actual alien visitors.
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How China’s biggest audio platform funded one man’s frat boy dreams Continue reading…
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Earlier this year, India was about to propose a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading. While that’s on hold, there are multiple concerns about India’s cryptocurrency regulations that can impact traders and exchanges. However, this uncertainty hasn’t stopped major exchanges from exploring the possibility of building out their presence in India. According to a report by Reuters, U.S.-based Kraken, and Hong Kong-based Bitfinex and KuCoin are “scouting the market” to potentially set up camp in the country.  The report said that according to analysts, Indian cryptocurrency investors hold assets worth $1.37 billion.  [Read: Why entrepreneurship in emerging markets matters] Cryptocurrency giant Coinbase has already expressed its intention…This story continues at The Next Web
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Although Samsung’s smartwatches have always been popular in their own right, the Galaxy Watch 4 has become even more anticipated since Google I/O 2021 last month. It was there that the collaboration between the two companies was officially announced which would lead to the two’s wearable platforms eventually becoming one. That the Galaxy Watch 4 will run Wear OS could … Continue reading
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Apple Maps has a fancy 3D-like mode that allows you to explore the world in Apple’s chosen aesthetic. There’s a new navigation view able to render overlapping, complex interchanges for drivers. This latest update also adds an augmented reality system where the user can scan a building and attain walking directions based on where Apple Maps believes you are. Apple … Continue reading
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Analysts said that last year’s revival trends highlight the company’s ability to bounce back faster once biz normalizes
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The ban had been in place since 1989, but the judge ruled it violated citizens' constitutional rights.
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The move will bring the current electric vehicle charging infrastructure onto a secure, unified, national network
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The social media app changed its privacy policy earlier this week.
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Bank privatisation: The finalised names will go to Alternative Mechanism (AM) for its approval and eventually to the Cabinet headed by the Prime Minister for the final nod
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Biden is trying to boost vaccine take-up to hit his goal of 70% of Americans getting at least one dose by July 4.
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Denise Welch has branded Piers Morgan a “fucking disgrace” over his attack of tennis superstar Naomi Osaka. The former Good Morning Britain host penned a newspaper column calling Naomi a “spoiled brat whose fame and fortune appears to have inflated her ego to gigantic proportions”.It came after Naomi announced she would not be speaking to the press during the French Open tournament to protect her own mental health.Following the publication of Piers’ column, Denise said the media personality’s comments “prove why so many people suffer in silence”. Writing on Instagram, the Loose Women star wrote: “Piers Morgan publicly berating a brilliant young woman for prioritising her mental health AGAIN!!!“Naomi Osaka has bravely withdrawn from the French Open after admitting to crippling depression since 2018 and that fear of talking to press until the end of the competition can bring on her anxiety.“Anyone who has suffered depression and anxiety knows that life becomes unbearable and you will do anything to stop the pain.”She concluded: “Piers also proves why so many people suffer in silence because of fear of being called ‘an arrogant narcissistic spoiled brat’. This man is a f.....g disgrace.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by Denise Welch (@denise_welch)On Monday, Naomi announced that she would be withdrawing from the French Open, explaining it was “the best thing for the tournament, the other players and my well-being”.“I never wanted to be a distraction and I accept that my timing was not ideal and my message could have been clearer,” she said. “More importantly I would never trivialise mental health or use the term lightly.”The four-time Grand Slam winner went on to reveal that she’s had “long bouts of depression” since the US Open in 2018 and has had “a really hard time coping with that.”Piers’ comments about Naomi is not the first time Denise has taken him to task on the topic of mental health. He actually blocked her on Twitter in 2017, following a heated row after he’d suggested singer Will Young was a “whiny twerp” for speaking openly about his struggles with PTSD. Piers also brought up Denise’s own mental health struggles during criticism of her views on the handling of the Covid pandemic last year.  Following Piers’ column about Naomi, many social media users reminded him of his own past “brattish” behaviour – not least the moment he stormed off the set of Good Morning Britain after being called out for his treatment of Meghan Markle by co-presenter Alex Beresford.Piers subsequently left his job at GMB after his on-air remarks about the Duchess Of Sussex led to Ofcom launching an investigation.Useful websites and helplinesMind, open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm on 0300 123 3393.Samaritans offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on 116 123 (UK and ROI - this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill).CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) offer a helpline open 5pm-midnight, 365 days a year, on 0800 58 58 58, and a webchat service.The Mix is a free support service for people under 25. Call 0808 808 4994 or email [email protected] Mental Illness offers practical help through its advice line which can be reached on 0808 801 0525 (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm). More info can be found on rethink.org.READ MORE:Venus Williams 'Drops The Mic' With Fierce Take On Naomi OsakaNaomi Osaka Fans Show Support For Superstar After Withdrawal From French OpenPiers Morgan's Past Comes Back To Haunt Him After Naomi Osaka Comments
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Two weeks ago, AT&T unveiled a deal to spin off WarnerMedia and merge it with Discovery -- but nobody had a name for the new company yet.
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Take your Mac to the next level with these super-handy utility apps. Each one boosts your Mac’s capabilities -- you will wonder how you went without them.
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Donald Trump recently complained that the legal bills he's receiving are becoming "such a pain in the ass," one source told the Daily Beast.
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The University of North Carolina reversed its plans to offer Nikole Hannah-Jones a tenured teaching position.
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