Will Chris Rock bury the hatchet with Will Smith after his video apology? Seems unlikely, insiders say

Will Chris Rock bury the hatchet with Will Smith after his video apology? Seems unlikely, insiders say

Chris Rock isn’t expected to reach out to Will Smith after his apology last week for the March Oscars slap. (Photos: Foto AP/Archivo) Don’t expect Chris Rock and Will Smith to hug it out anytime soon. After Smith broke his silence about the Oscars slap in a video on Friday — apologizing to Rock and …

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What you need to know about chemicals in your sunscreen

What you need to know about chemicals in your sunscreen

Comment on this story Comment Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with any advertisers on this site. News stories have recently raised alarms about sunscreens. Last summer, several spray sunscreens were recalled after benzene, a known carcinogen, was detected in them. Other research has shown that some sunscreen ingredients can seep through skin into your …

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Deshaun Watson Suspended Six N.F.L. Games for Sexual Misconduct

Deshaun Watson Suspended Six N.F.L. Games for Sexual Misconduct

Deshaun Watson, the Cleveland Browns quarterback accused by more than two dozen women of sexual misconduct during massage treatments, was suspended Monday for six games without pay for multiple violations of the National Football League’s personal conduct policy, according to a 16-page report released by the disciplinary officer who considered his case. As a condition …

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Iron Buildup in Brain Linked to Higher Risk for Movement Disorders – Neuroscience News

Summary: Those with hereditary hemochromatosis who have two copies of the gene mutation that cause the disorder have an increased risk of developing movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease. Source: UCSD A disorder called hereditary hemochromatosis, caused by a gene mutation, results in the body absorbing too much iron, leading to tissue damage and conditions like …

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Steffy and Finn Share a Tearful Reunion in Monte Carlo at Long Last — and Deacon’s Horrified When Sheila Barges Into His Broom Closet

Steffy and Finn Share a Tearful Reunion in Monte Carlo at Long Last — and Deacon’s Horrified When Sheila Barges Into His Broom Closet

In Monaco, Finn rushes down the steps to a woman he believes to be Steffy, but the woman isn’t her and is quickly joined by her protective boyfriend and ushered away. More: We suspected this B&B fake-out In their hotel suite, Taylor and Ridge enthuse about Finn being reunited with the kids — the whole …

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Scientists discovered a three-foot-tall pile of mammoth bones that belonged to an adult female and her calf. However, 95 percent of the bones were from the adult

Humans settled in North America 17,000 years EARLIER than previously believed, study finds

Bones of an adult mammoth and her calf have been uncovered at a 37,000-year-old butchering site in New Mexico, which suggest humans settled in North America 17,000 years than previously believed. A team of scientists, led by The University of Texas at Austin, extracted collagen from the bones, allowing them to carbon date the settled …

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'Living with COVID': Where the pandemic could go next

‘Living with COVID’: Where the pandemic could go next

LONDON/CHICAGO, Aug 1 (Reuters) – As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic looms in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning weary governments and populations alike to brace for more waves of COVID-19. In the United States alone, there could be up to a million infections a day this winter, Chris Murray, head of the …

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The Remarkable ‘Reservation Dogs’ Runs Away Toward Home

The Remarkable ‘Reservation Dogs’ Runs Away Toward Home

Wanting to escape your hometown is the birthright of every young person. In America, pulling up stakes and hitting the road is built into the popular culture — it’s “Go west, young man”; it’s a Bruce Springsteen lyric. For some Americans, however — like the four teenagers on an Oklahoma reservation in FX’s sublime coming-of-age …

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Your Weekly Horoscope Is Full Of Twists & Turns, But It’s All Leading You Somewhere Beautiful

Your Weekly Horoscope Is Full Of Twists & Turns, But It’s All Leading You Somewhere Beautiful

Prepare for an explosive truth bomb, because your horoscope for the week of August 1 to August 7 is serving the unexpected! Jump right into the deep end of things, because twists and turns are a guarantee at this point. Something is exciting is brewing and *every* zodiac sign can feel it, so if you’re feeling …

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