Month: May 2022

The stock ends a volatile month exactly where it started – BNN Bloomberg

The turbulent May for the markets ended almost exactly where the stock started, falling at the end of the session on Tuesday, when the S&P 500 index was less than a point higher than its level a month ago. It was the last turn of the month, with rising volatility and heated debates about inflation, …

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“Everyone wins. In addition to the child ‘: Why do I think adults should stop telling my shy son – ABC Everyday

I want people to stop calling my son shy. To be fair, I must also stop calling him shy. It’s such an easy word that comes out of your mouth. My almost three-year-old son Remy and I had lunch at a coffee shop one day. It was a weekday and we were early, so we …

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Apple Memo says the original iPad Pro and, surprisingly, “Apple TV HD” will become historic products next month

Apple plans to add the first-generation iPad Pro to its list of historic products in late June, the company announced this week in an internal report distributed to Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers. The product has become a “vintage” more than five years since Apple last distributed the product for sale. Old products …

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People drive and travel again – so why hasn’t public transport changed? | CBC News

Luis Virla boarded a bus for several years and then boarded a commuter train in Calgary. But like many others, once the pandemic began, he stepped on the brakes in using transit. Even now that the pandemic restrictions have almost disappeared and his fears that the virus will subside, the 36-year-old man is still not …

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Nerve stimulation supports the resolution of inflammation – Neuroscience News

Summary: Electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve promotes healing in patients with acute inflammation by shifting the balance between inflammatory and anti-inflammatory molecules. Source: Karolinska Institute The nervous system is known to communicate with the immune system and regulate inflammation in the body. Researchers at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden are now showing how electrical …

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A cloudless future? A mystery at the heart of climate forecasts – Verve times

Shallow clouds formed by subtle vortices as observed in nature. Researchers are using advanced computing to add higher-resolution cloud dynamics to global simulations. Credit: Creative Commons We hear a lot about how climate change will change the earth, the sea and the ice. But how will it affect the clouds? “Low clouds could dry out …

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The owner of PimEyes insists on the “ethical use” of the search site for facial recognition | Biometric updates

Giorgi Gobronidze, owner of PimEyes, a face-finding site that uses artificial intelligence-based facial recognition to search for images of people on the site, says users of the site should be more ethical in the way they search for photos. According to Gobronidze, “ethical use” of photo search sites means that users only have to search …

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Your genetic gender determines the way your muscles “talk” to other tissues in your body: Study

A new study by the University of California at Irvine identifies sex-specific areas of muscle signaling to other tissues and that the organs and processes that affect muscles differ significantly between men and women. This new discovery provides insight into how muscle functions such as exercise promote healthy longevity, metabolism and cognition. A study entitled …

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