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Don't Chug Poppers, FDA Warns

The Food and Drug Administration is warning people to stay away from recreational nitrate products, commonly known as poppers. The drugs are intended to be inhaled, but according to the FDA, people are getting seriously hurt or even dying from ingesting poppe…

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Ireland to introduce world-first alcohol health labelling policy

Labels will alert people to calories, risk of cancer and liver disease and dangers of drinking while pregnantIreland is to become the first country in the world to mandate health labelling on alcoholic drinks to alert people to calorie content, grams of alcoh…

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Hakerzy zaatakowali ważny polski portal. Eksperci wskazują winnych

Wczoraj hakerzy włamali się na platformę ePUAP oraz strony z domeną rządową. Sprawców ataku do tej pory nie zidentyfikowano, ale podejrzewa się o to Rosjan.

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Media: Rosjanie zaczęli używać "czołgów kamikadze"

Rosjanie zaczęli używać na polu walki bezzałogowych czołgów T-54/T-55 wypełnionych materiałami wybuchowymi - poinformował ukraiński portal wojskowy Defense Express. Opisał jedną z prób użycia takiego "czołgu kamikadze" w pobliżu Marjinki w obwodzie donieckim.

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Chcą zaatakować Moskwę. "Mamy duże możliwości"

Bojownicy z Legionu "Wolność Rosji" przygotowują się do ataku na Moskwę. Ich dowódca o pseudonimie Cezar, wyjawił, że trwa rekrutacja do grupy. - Naszym głównym celem i zadaniem jest obrona Ukrainy i wyzwolenie jej terytoriów. Potem pójdziemy uwolnić naszą oj…

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Blinken: USA otworzą w Norwegii najbardziej wysuniętą na północ placówkę dyplomatyczną

Stany Zjednoczone otworzą placówkę dyplomatyczną w Tromsoe w arktycznej części Norwegii - poinformował szef dyplomacji USA Antony Blinken. Decyzja ta zapada w okresie, w którym inwazja Rosji na Ukrainę utrudniła prace Rady Arktycznej – przekazała agencja Reut…

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Rosja: Amerykanie szpiegują nas iPhone'ami!

Rosjanie postanowili oskarżyć Stany Zjednoczone o szpiegostwo. Tym razem Amerykanie mieli dopuścić się go przy pomocy smartfonów, z których korzystają zarówno wysocy rangą funkcjonariusze państwowi, jak i zwykli obywatele. Apple przekazuje dane z iPhone'ów NS…

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Turtle Beach Stealth Pro Review: Go Anywhere, Play Anything

These wireless gaming headphones aim to do it all, and they’re pretty darn close to perfect.

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The new Twitter account @DeSantisJet tracks the Florida governor's air travel

The page was created by Jack Sweeney, the 20-year-old who also started the popular Twitter account tracking billionaire Elon Musk's private jet.

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Fast fashion has spawned a mountain of leftover clothes in the Chilean desert that's so massive it can now be seen clearly from space

The clothes, discarded from retail stores in the US, Europe, and Asia, have accumulated for years near Chile's Iquique port.

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Pitti cool: menswear SS24 highlights from Florence – in pictures

From Fendi’s impressive factory tour and ERL’s futuristic surfers, to made-to-order Detroit denim, Pitti Immagine Uomo, the bi-annual menswear showcase, got the Italian leg of fashion month off to a flying start. Continue reading...

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Peak in global oil demand ‘in sight before end of decade’

International Energy Agency says demand will grow by 2.4m barrels per day in 2023 to record 102.3m bpd<ul><li>Shell drops target to cut oil production</li></ul>The worldwide peak in demand for oil is “in sight” and could come before the end of this decade, th…

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The Tiny Physics Behind Immense Cosmic Eruptions

A new theory describes how particle interactions fuel fast magnetic reconnection, the process behind solar flares and other astrophysical jets.

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Congress created changes to food assistance. Here's what they mean

In an effort to avoid defaulting on the nation's loans, lawmakers created updates to SNAP, the nation's largest food assistance safety net. There are new work requirements as well as exemptions.

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Eaux turquoise, oasis de verdure et paysages majestueux : road-trip en Basse-Californie, un paradis niché entre mer et océan

L’extrémité méridionale de la péninsule du Mexique est l’endroit parfait pour profiter d’un bain de nature. Un désert entre deux mers à découvrir dans un circuit en six étapes.

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How we met: ‘He moved in after a month together to care for me – then he kept being amazing’

Adelina, 40, and Alan, 42, met during lockdown. When she became severely ill with long Covid he looked after her while she recovered. They plan to marrySpending the summer of 2020 recovering from severe Covid-19 wasn’t something that Adelina had expected to b…

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Half of British female gamers experience abuse when playing online

Campaign to raise awareness of issues reports that 80% of those affected receive messages that are sexual in natureMillions of women who do online gaming experience harassment and have received inappropriate messages, often of a sexual nature, a report has fo…

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God Still Little Pissed Off Every Time Human Takes Bite From Apple

THE HEAVENS—Stressing the act amounted to spitting directly on His holy edicts, the Lord our God, Divine Creator and Ruler of the Universe, announced Monday that He was still a little pissed off every time a human takes a bite from an apple. “Look, I know the…

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Confuse-A-Bot is a new game that helps you fight the real-life AI apocalypse with bad data … and cheese

Confuse A Bot is an upcoming in-browser video game from the creator of the viral video game Waiting In Line — but this time, instead of being hilariously boring, this new game's mundane approach can potentially protect us from the AI revolution. — Read the re…

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Hold your horses! Do we really need another threat to humanity? | Fiona Katauskas

It’s starting to get crowded in here Continue reading...

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Humanity Review - What Is A Man?

Some days you wake up, put on your clothes, and head to work or school. Some days you sleep in and enjoy a hard-earned day off. And some days your consciousness emerges from slumber in the form of a tiny ethereal Shiba Inu, and mysterious glowing orbs instruc…

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1Password launches its public passkey beta

From today, 1Password users can now create, store, and share passkeys for supported websites by installing the 1Password beta browser extension.

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Cross-border payroll is complicated — and risky. From tax and labor laws to forex and banking regs, here's what you need to know.

Explore the methods and technology solutions to help your company streamline its global payroll process.

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The Surgeon General Is Pushing for a Misguided Social Media Policy

Recommendations from the new report on youth mental health won’t protect kids—but they’ll destroy the privacy of everyone who uses the internet.

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Gannett lawsuit claims Google’s ad monopoly is hurting the news business

Gannett filed a federal lawsuit against Google and parent company Alphabet, alleging that Google has monopolies on the ad tech market that have hurt local news. Gannett’s lawsuit is just the latest legal action against Google in regard to online advertising.

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Science News Briefs from around the World: June 2023

Chernobyl&rsquo;s adaptable canines, sewage sea spray in the U.S., hibernating germs on Everest, and much more in this month&rsquo;s Quick Hits

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Introducing Scientific American's New Today in Science Newsletter

Sign up for a daily dose of discovery and awe

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Why violence against women environmental defenders is undercounted

Gender-based violence against women environmental activists is often overlooked, so researchers set out to find out how many women have been killed.

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For the first time in decades, Congress seems interested space-based solar power

"We already know from early research that it is possible."

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Ocean Currents Are Slowing, With Potentially Devastating Effects

Melting Antarctic ice is disrupting the movement of deep seawater, which could further destabilize weather patterns around the world.

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