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Indonesian Pro Soccer Goalie Dies After Collision During Match And It’s All Caught On Video

This is so, so sad. A goalkeeper for an Indonesian professional soccer team died this weekend from injuries sustained during a match in the country when he collided with another player, went down hard, and immediately started convulsing until first responders rushed on to the field to help him. The goalkeeper, a 38-year-old veteran athlete named Choirul Huda, was pronounced ...

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Stocks Drop as Tech Gets Hit, Bonds Rise on Korea: Markets Wrap

U.S. stocks fell as selling in large-cap technology shares intensified, while Treasuries advanced with gold after North Korea ratcheted up tensions with America. The Nasdaq 100 Index posted its steepest loss in five weeks, with the FANG cohort of megacaps leading declines. Small-cap shares fared better as investors continued to rotate into the year’s laggards. Haven assets advanced after North ...

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Austrians Lean Toward Nationalist Government Led by a Millennial

Austrians profiting from the fastest economic growth in six years look likely to ditch their current coalition in favor of a new government backed by anti-immigration nationalists and headed by the world’s youngest leader. Polls suggest that Austria’s 31-year-old Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz will lead his conservative People’s Party to victory in Sunday’s election. That could set the stage for ...

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Roivant looks to quickly turn the page, starting with a Phase 3 win

A new hormonal therapy designed to treat uterine fibroids called relugolix has finished a Phase 3 study in Japan, and the results are positive. That’s welcome news for a SoftBank-backed company based in Basel, Switzerland called Roivant Sciences that’s separately dealing with much lousier news. But let’s back up a bit first. The Phase 3 trial was one of several Phase ...

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Waggit launches a smart collar to track your pups health

Waggit, a smart collar for dogs, aims to help improve your pup’s quality of life and help humans better care for their dog companions. Like other smart dog collars — think Whistle, which sold to Mars for over $100 million — Waggit offers tracking, but its core value proposition is health. “No one has truly tackled health for dogs,” Waggit ...

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A million tons of feces and an unbearable stench: life near industrial pig farms

North Carolinas hog industry has been the subject of litigation, investigation, legislation and regulation. But are its health and environmental risks finally getting too much? Rene Miller pokes a lavender-frocked leg out of her front door and grimaces. Its a bright April afternoon, and the 66-year-old Miller, with a stoic expression and a dark crop of curls, braces herself for ...

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This Is Why I Lost Over 60,000 Social Media Followers

Dominik Wycislo Have you ever wondered why #fitspo accounts are so popular on social media? It’s because of you. Well, maybe not you exactly, but it’s because that’s what the majority of society want to see. Sport bra selfies and workout videos could be what you need to finally stick to your workout routine. For some, these accounts keep them ...

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How To “Hack” Your Brain And Get High Without Using Drugs

The human brain is often conceptualized as a supercomputer of cosmic complexity, and like all main frames, it can be hacked into and hijacked for a range of different purposes. Getting high is the most popular of these, as evidenced by the ever-increasing rates of global drug use. Fortunately, no one has to hide anything up their bottom for you ...

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