Lizzo Isn’t Quitting Music

On Tuesday, Lizzo clarified her recent statements about quitting the music industry in a new videoคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. “When I say I quit, I mean I quit giving any negative energy attention,” she says. “What I’m not gonna quit, is the joy of my life, which is making music…

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Gaslighting, Narcissist, and More Psychology Terms You’re Misusing

If you spend any amount of time online, you’ve probably picked up a few psychology terms without realizing it. Take “gaslighting”—which recently became so popular that it clinched the mantle of Merriam-Webster’s 2022 Word of the Year.

Other terms that have crept from the therapist’s couch into the public lexicon include love-bombing, triggered, groomin…

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J&J Vaccine Pause Continues as CDC Group Asks for More Data

After federal health agencies in the U.S. recommended a temporary halt on using the Johnson & Johnson-Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on April 14 convened a 13-member Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to review the six reports of unusual blood clots occurring in people vaccinated with the shot. The ACIP sets policies for how a…

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Pfizer-BioNTech Booster Protects Against Omicron

Pfizer-BioNTech today reported the first, early results of studies examining how well their vaccine protects against the fast-spreading Omicron variant. The companies say that adding a booster to the two-dose vaccine regimen neutralizes the Omicron variant in lab studies.

In a press release, the companies noted that while two doses of their COVID-19 vaccine show decreased protection again…

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New Study Explores if a Vaccine Can Prevent Breast Cancer

Harnessing the immune system to target cancer has long resided on doctors’ wish lists, with very little promise of becoming reality. Because cancer cells are normal cells that mutate to grow out of control, directing the body to destroy these cells is a risky endeavor with potentially dangerous outcomes.

Advances in immunotherapy, however, have led to powerful drugs that can help im…

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Should We End Obesity-

It’s unusual for a medication to become a household name; even more uncommon for its branding to become, like Advil, shorthand for an entire class of products; and rarest of all, for it to change not just U.S. medicine, but U.S. culture.

Ozempic has done all three.

Approved in 2017 as a type 2 diabetes medication, Ozempic has largely made its name—and a fortune …

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President Trump’s COVID-19 Treatment Is Already Unique. Here’s What Doctors May Do Next

Just a few hours after revealing that he tested positive for COVID-19, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday was helicoptered to Walter Reed Army Hospital, where he will be hospitalized for at least a few days “out of an abundance of caution,” the White House says; the First Lady, Melania Trump, has also tested positive.คำพูดจาก Read more

There Are More Fossil Fuel Lobbyists Than Ever at COP28

More than 70,000 people are gathering at the COP28 climate conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, this week, a temporary population larger than the permanent one that lives in Asheville, N.C. The COP28 attendees include government officials, climate scientists, climate activists, Indigenous peoples and, increasingly, fossil fuel lobbyists—a lot of fossil fuel lobbyistsคำพ…

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Queen Guitarist (And Astrophysicist) Brian May On His Work With NASA and His New Song About Ultima Thule

It’s the rare person who can call advanced astrophysics and deep space exploration a side hustle. That’s especially so when that person’s main job has been playing lead guitar for one of rock’s most legendary bands. But rare people do exist, and Brian May—that’s Dr. Brian May to you—is one of them. May is best know as part of the foursome that …

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What to Know About NASA’s Artemis 1 Re-Entry to Earth

The crew of Apollo 8 had a lot of things on their minds when they splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Dec. 27, 1968, after becoming the first humans to orbit the moon—and one of the biggest was the matter of the sharks. The spacecraft hit the water at 4:51 a.m. Hawaiian-Aleutian time, more than an hour before the Pacific sunrise. A recovery crew of Navy frogmen was standing by on the ne…

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