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Habitual tea consuming can result in an extended and more healthy life, says examine – The Independent

Drinking tea at least three times a week could be linked to a longer and healthier life, according to scientists. New research has shown “habitual” consumption of the hot beverage is associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease.  But the beneficial findings might not apply equally to black and green tea. Download the new Indpendent…

Wuhan pneumonia Epidemic: Mystery illness’caused by coronavirus’ – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Scientists believe they may have found the cause of the mystery pneumonia that has infected almost 60 people in the Chinese city of Wuhan since December.Preliminary tests indicated the illness may be caused by a new coronavirus, lead scientist Xu Jianguo told the official Xinhua news agency.The World Health Organisation (WHO)…

The Hundred: Prices are introduced for inaugural version of match – BBC Sport

The majority of adult tickets for The Hundred will be priced at £30 or less, with some family-of-four tickets available for £26Tickets for the inaugural Hundred competition will be priced at £5 for under-16s, with those under five being admitted free of charge.Organisers want families to be "at the heart" of the tournament, with adult…

Jurgen Klopp has redefined Liverpool mortgage technique to forge two paths to success – Liverpool Echo

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsInvalid EmailIf the Liverpool first team is the wanted destination for many young hopefuls, there are plenty of paths that can lead there. Take, for example, Marko Grujic, whose career has followed a fairly traditional…

Labour leadership: Barry Gardiner calls on Labour’s biggest Marriage to back him leader

EU tells Johnson: We cannot be close if you want to diverge Unison backs Sir Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner in leadership race  Dominic Raab says UK looking 'very hard' at Iran nuclear deal  Michael Deacon: Without Bercow, PMQs just isn't the same Subscribe to the Telegraph, free for 30 days Barry Gardiner has called on…

‘Absolutely Mad’: Republican senators turn on Trump over Iran briefing

Two Republican senators historically loyal to Donald Trump have condemned a classified briefing on Iran as “insulting and demeaning”. Utah senator Mike Lee claimed Wednesday’s meeting on the airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani was “probably the worst briefing I’ve seen, at least on military issues”, while Kentucky senator Rand Paul described the information as…

2020 in Trailer: Cyberpunk 2077 Can bring a reemergence of the cyberpunk genre – Eurogamer.net

A sprawling cybernetic world. Now that 2020 is here we're having a little look ahead at some of the year's new games that have us intrigued.Like many people, my introduction to the world of cyberpunk was William Gibson's novel Neuromancer. Fourteen year old Lottie instantly became immersed in a society where the line between reality and…

Spyware Discovered On All Samsung Phones – Hackaday

Samsung may have the highest-end options for hardware if you want an Android smartphone, but that hasn’t stopped them from making some questionable decisions on the software they sometimes load on it. Often these phones come with “default” apps that can’t be removed through ordinary means, or can’t even be disabled, and the latest discovery…

The Clash’s 40 biggest songs – ranked! | Music – The Guardian

40. 1977 (1977) A historical artefact, not for the proto-punk music, but because the lyrics epitomise the new wave’s perceived threat to the old guard. “No Elvis, Beatles or the Rolling Stones / In 1977,” sang Joe Strummer, hardly about to let his love of such pop greats get in the way of punk’s declaration…

Palace releases new portrait of Kate Middleton carrying recycled £130 jumper – Daily Mail

A casual future Queen! Kensington Palace releases new portrait of Kate Middleton wearing recycled £130 jumper and jeans on her 38th birthday - amid storm over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping downKensington Palace released striking new portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they will step back as 'senior' royals Harry,…

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A Physicist Has Come Up With Math That Makes ‘Paradox-Free’ Time Travel Plausible – ScienceAlert

No one has yet managed to travel through time – at least to our knowledge – but the question of whether or not such a feat would be theoretically possible continues to fascinate scientists. As movies such as The Terminator, Donnie Darko, Back to the Future and many others show, moving around in time creates a…
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Ok.J. Costello throws for SEC-record 623 yards as Mississippi State Bulldogs upset LSU Tigers – ESPN

8:02 PM ETAlex ScarboroughESPN Staff Writer CloseCovers the SEC.Joined ESPN in 2012.Graduate of Auburn University.Mike Leach's Air Raid offense didn't disappoint in its SEC debut on Saturday as Mississippi State upset defending champion LSU, 44-34, and quarterback K.J. Costello set a conference record for passing yards in a single game with 623.The previous record was…

Jupiter and Saturn to make a triangle with the moon – Met Office forecast and when to see them – Gloucestershire Live

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Invalid EmailThe moon, Jupiter and Saturn are lining up to form…

LIVE: Police coping with busy Saturday evening as 10pm pub curfew kicks in – Plymouth Live

Video LoadingVideo UnavailablePolice are urging revellers to follow the new guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus. As of Thursday, pubs, bars and restaurants must close by 10pm - and people are being warned that they will be fined if they have gatherings at people's homes afterwards. Fines of £200 have also been put in…

Will a vaccine actually be the silver bullet we’re all praying for? Asks DR ELLIE CANNON – Daily Mail

The Government has played its hand, for the time being at least. After weeks of confusing and contradictory edicts, growing public disquiet and rising Covid-19 cases, they've revealed their grand plan: suppress the virus 'as much as possible' to 'save lives' until there is a vaccine.As we all know, corona cases are spiralling. And we, the…