Daily Archives: April 10, 2022

Champions League talking points: Is Benzema the MVP?

The first legs of the Champions League quarterfinals featured contrasting fortunes for the Madrid clubs, wins for Premier League title chasers Manchester City and Liverpool, a chastening loss for defending champions Chelsea and a shock for Bayern Munich.Rob Dawson, Bill Connelly and Derek Rae give their views on the big questions from the midweek action.Is…

Gene deletion behind anomaly in blood cancer cells: Discovery that Lamin B1 mutation causes odd-shaped nuclei may lead to improved leukemia care.

The mystery is being unraveled of why the control centers, or nuclei, of certain blood cancer cells have a distinctly odd shape. These new research findings provide clues on the origins and progression of these cancers, and could suggest ways to diagnose and treat certain leukemias at an earlier stage. These squeezed-in-the-middle nuclei, which resemble… Read More »

Easiest way to see if your Gmail, Facebook or iCloud ID has been hacked

With cybercrime on the rise, it’s important to know if your information has been breached. Here’s how: Today, cybercriminals target our data in a wide variety of ways: fake texts, malware-laden links, and even fraudulent mail that impersonates government officials. Sometimes, cyberattacks can be so discreet that you have no idea your device is even affected.… Read More »

Germany, Spain, Belgium get stylish kits for Women’s Euro 2022

Adidas has unveiled a batch of kits that will be worn with pride by some of the national teams competing when the UEFA Women’s European Championship kicks off in England in July.With less than 100 days until the competition begins Belgium, Germany, Northern Ireland, Spain and Sweden have all been furnished with brand-new uniforms for…

Carbs, sugary foods may influence poor oral health

The foods we eat on a regular basis influence the makeup of the bacteria — both good and bad — in our mouths. And researchers are finding that this collective of bacteria known as the oral microbiome likely plays a large role in our overall health, in addition to its previously known associations with tooth… Read More »

Elon Musk joins board of Twitter after becoming largest shareholder

Elon Musk will join Twitter’s board of directors just a day after it was learned that he bought a 9% stake in the company — becoming the social media platform’s largest shareholder. “I’m excited to share that we’re appointing @elonmusk to our board!” Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal tweeted on Tuesday. “Through conversations with Elon in… Read More »

Russian model influencers chop up bags in protest of Chanel ban

For some Russian influencers, the question is simple: “If Chanel House does not respect its clients, why do we have to respect Chanel House?” Russian influencers and socialites are destroying their Chanel bags in protest after the luxury fashion house barred Russians from purchasing new items amid the war in Ukraine. Several Russian women have… Read More »

How a 1,000-day hiatus changed the mindset around F1 in

MELBOURNE, Australia — The sullen look splashed across the sleep-deprived face of Australian Grand Prix Corporation chief Andrew Westacott confirmed what every person at Albert Park had been expecting. Flanked by Formula One CEO Chase Carey and AGPC chairman Paul Little, Westacott nervously swallowed, before raising a microphone to his lips to deliver the news.Thirty…