Memory Loss and ‘Brain Fog’ May Be Side Effects of COVID-19

Memory loss and ‘brain fog’ may be side effects of COVID-19, new study shows   Long-term COVID-19 side effects could include memory loss and other cognitive dysfunctions commonly labeled as “brain fog,” according to a study released that examined 740 patients in the Mount Sinai Health System.   The study, […]

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The Facebook Papers

The Facebook Papers: What’s you need to know   New documents — the Facebook Papers — are bringing more clarity to the social media giant’s problems and reinforcing a whistleblower’s claim that the platform profited off the spread of false information and relies on an algorithm that pushes fake news […]

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Dyavolski Most – Devil’s Bridge

Dyavolski Most (Devil’s Bridge) – an Ancient Bridge over the Arda River – Town of Ardino Does this crossing carry a curse? You’ve heard of a bridge over troubled waters, but what if the bridge is troubled too? Legend tells of a Bulgarian stonemason, Dimitar, who was tasked with solving […]

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Is TikTok Causing Tics

Is social media responsible for recent outbreaks of teenagers developing tics? The Doctors investigate. Senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus shares mental health professionals around the globe have documented outbreaks of Tourette’s-like behavior after watching tic content on TikTok and some specialists say the mysterious eruption of tics might be a […]

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Tens Of Millions Of Filthy, Used Gloves Imported Into The US

Trash bags stuffed full of used medical gloves, some visibly soiled, some even blood-stained, litter the floor of a warehouse on the outskirts of Bangkok. Nearby is a plastic bowl, filled with blue dye and a few gloves. Thai officials say migrant laborers had been trying to make the gloves […]

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California Area Codes Will Require 10 Digit Dialing

From Pasadena to Palo Alto, callers in nine California area codes will be required to use 10-digit dialing when making phone calls beginning Sunday. The changes, which will affect thousands of California residents, stem from federal rules that will make it easier for callers to reach crisis resources. Callers who […]

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International Pronouns Day

Remember to never make assumptions about the gender of another person based on appearance or name. International Pronouns Day seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace. Referring to people by the pronouns they determine for themselves is basic to human dignity. Being referred to by the […]

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Microsoft To Shut Down LinkedIn In China

For Chinese regulators, even a censored US-based social network was too much.   Microsoft is shutting down its main LinkedIn service in China later this year as Beijing tightens its internet rules.   Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) is pulling the plug on LinkedIn in China nearly seven years after its launch, […]

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McDonald’s Giving Out Free Meals To Teachers and Staff This Week Across The Country

Teachers are going to get a little extra lovin’ this week with free breakfast “Thank You” meals from McDonald’s as a token of appreciation. Any educator, including teachers, administrators, and school staff can go to McDonald’s from October 11 to October 15 to receive their breakfast meal, McDonald’s said in […]

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BlockFi Bitcoin Rewards Credit Card

Buying and Using Bitcoin Anonymously / Without ID Looking to buy Bitcoin anonymously? Hate providing your photo ID to different Bitcoin exchanges? In this guide I will try to answer all your questions on how to buy Bitcoins and remain completely anonymous when using it. Best crypto credit cards? Apply […]

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