Obesity does not protect against subarachnoid hemorrhage, study finds

Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is a life-threatening condition that kills, in contrast to other cerebrovascular disturbances, primarily healthy people of working age. Whereas smoking and high blood pressure are the most well-known risk factors associated with the condition, the role of many other lifestyle risk factors as causes of SAH has been unclear. For a long […]


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Climate change: Fridge doors could save 1% of UK electricity use

Aldi has pledged to put fridge doors in all of its new UK stores, saving 2,000 tonnes of carbon a year. Other supermarkets say they will try to make open fridges more efficient. But the Environmental Investigation Agency said supermarkets could cut their electricity bills by an average of 33% by adding doors. Each of […]


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Google removes its algorithmic ‘Your News Update’ from Assistant

Google has quietly removed its “Your News Update” feature from Assistant, axing the algorithmically personalized audio digest in favor of the company’s existing (and more traditional) news briefings, as spotted by 9to5Google. Originally launched in 2019, Your News Update was an attempt at bringing the same kinds of algorithmic feeds that had been so successful […]


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Brit, 28, killed by ‘psychotic’ pilot who flew packed passenger jet into mountain

A British man was one of 150 passengers killed when a pilot decided to crash the plane he was flying so he could end his life, an inquest heard. Paul Bramley, 28, was among the three Brits onboard the Germanwings Flight 9525 when its co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, 27, locked himself in the cockpit and set […]


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