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Titans head coach Mike Vrabel faced a decision while down 17-13 with 10 minutes left in Sunday’s game against the Ravens. The Titans faced a fourth-and-2 from the Baltimore 40-yard-line and Vrabel opted to punt rather than go for a first down that would have boosted their chances of grabbing the lead. After the game, […]

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Adoption of a virtual platform has allowed continued maintenance of a large kidney transplant program despite the inability to have in-person visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study published online Dec. 21 in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Vinayak S. Rohan, M.D., from the Medical University of South Carolina in […]

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The Nord Stream 2 subsea gas pipeline to Germany will be completed despite pressure from the United States, Russia’s RIA news agency quoted the Foreign Ministry as saying on Wednesday. Completion of the project, which is more than 90% finished, depends on various factors, including weather, RIA reported, citing a ministry official. The U.S. State […]

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The 2020 gaming boom has clearly had an impact on television manufacturers. LG unveiled its 2021 lineup of smart TVs with gamer-centric features, including settings, and native game streaming.At CES 2021, LG unveiled its newest TVs featuring the latest technologies. One feature coming to sets is what LG calls “Game Optimizer.” The menu option allows […]

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A couple managed to transform their dark and dingy property into a stylish home with only £6,000 despite having no DIY experience. Jenny, 33, and her husband Sam, 31, from London, purchased the three-bedroom 1907 Edwardian terrace house for £550,000 in September 2019. After renting in the capital for several years, the pair were excited […]

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The Cowboys interviewed Panthers assistant coach Jason Simmons on Sunday for their vacant defensive coordinator position, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Simmons, 44, is Carolina’s defensive pass game coordinator and secondary coach. Simmons was with Cowboys head coach hMike McCarthy in Green Bay. Simmons worked for the Packers from 2011-19, getting his start there as […]

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While rare, botulism can cause paralysis and is potentially fatal. It is caused by nerve-damaging toxins produced by Clostridium botulinum—the most potent toxins known. These toxins are often found in contaminated food (home canning being a major culprit). Infants can also develop botulism from ingesting C. botulinum spores in honey, soil, or dust; the bacterium […]

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The search for a new chief executive is UniCredit’s main priority at the moment, the bank’s outgoing chairman said in an interview published on Tuesday. When asked about a possible acquisition of smaller rival Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Cesare Bisoni added that the board would never accept deals that are not in the exclusive […]

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It’s a bit late to the party, but OnePlus has finally stepped into the competitive world of wearables with the OnePlus Band. The affordable fitness tracker packs a bevy of sensors onboard, including blood oxygen and real-time heart rate monitoring, and should last up to 2 weeks on a single charge. OnePlus Band initially launches […]

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been denied bail by a London court as the legal battle over his extradition to the US continues. Today’s ruling came after the 49-year-old’s extradition was blocked on Monday – a move which the US government has appealed. Assange’s lawyers had lodged a renewed bail appeal – but this morning […]

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