The Last Rants with Ariel Helwani and Neil Seery

On the final episode of Eurobash, ESPN’s Ariel Helwani (15:00) joins the show to discuss the latest developments in the sport including Fight Island, a potential meeting between Conor McGregor and Kamaru Usman and much more. Former host of Eurobash, retired Irish flyweight Neil Seery (55:00), returns to give his reaction to UFC’s Jacksonville events, […]

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Air filters shown to improve breathing in children with asthma

Daily use of a fine particulate matter air filtration device can significantly improve airway mechanics and reduce airway resistance in children with asthma, according to a study recently published in JAMA Pediatrics. Xiaoxing Cui, Ph.D., of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and colleagues performed a double-blind study […]

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S&P 500 rises on economic recovery and vaccine hopes, pulls back from highs

U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday on optimism about the development of coronavirus vaccines and a revival of business activity, but the S&P 500 failed to hold above the key psychological level of 3,000 points. Stocks pared gains late in the session, after Bloomberg News reported the Trump administration was weighing a range of sanctions […]

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iOS 14 has been circulating among security researchers and hackers since at least February

It’s difficult to say just how much of an impact the leak will have on the final product, good or bad. Having leaked so early, it’s almost a certainty that Apple has added some new features and cut others since December. And while hackers are having more time with this version than any other to […]

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Baltimore police searching for suspect who shot officer, carjacked another driver

Police in Baltimore were searching for a gunman who led police on a chase, shot an officer and carjacked at least one person in order to make his escape Tuesday night, police said. The officer, who was struck in the abdomen, is expected to survive and may not require surgery, Commissioner Michael Harrison said at […]

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Eye injury sets immune cells on surveillance to protect the lens

The lens of the eye is an unusual organ. Unlike most of the body’s organs, blood vessels don’t reach the lens. If they did, they’d obscure our vision and we wouldn’t be able to see. The lack of vasculature led scientists to believe immune cells, which travel via the bloodstream, couldn’t get to this part […]

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Stocks rally, S&P 500 crosses 3,000 barrier; oil gains

Global equities and oil rose on Tuesday as China’s promise of more stimulus and prospects of a world economic recovery cheered investors, who set aside concerns about tense rhetoric between Washington and Beijing. The euro got a boost from a weaker dollar as rising optimism about the easing of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns supported riskier currencies […]

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Biostar leaks seven upcoming Ryzen APUs

Biostar has accidentally revealed the names and base clocks of seven upcoming AMD Ryzen Renoir APUs in their motherboard documentation. As a nice coincidence, Biostar’s information is the exact puzzle piece needed to verify other leaks and fill in some blanks. As a result, we now have a thorough and seemingly quite reliable picture of […]

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Tear gas fired as officers in riot gear clash with Minneapolis protesters over death of George Floyd

Hundreds of people gathered in Minneapolis on Tuesday night to decry the in-custody death of George Floyd, which led to the firing of four officers. Emotion and tension ran high as demonstrations became unruly, with windows damaged, graffiti sprayed and a police car vandalized. Officers in riot gear confronted protesters and fired tear gas. One […]

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