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A hidden network of pitch-black tunnels that run under the ruins of an 11th century castle have been explored by two kayakers armed with cameras. The kayakers used a torch to guide them as they paddled through the tunnels under Bristol’s Castle Park. The...

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Look Inside The Cabin Of A Hyperloop Capsule

If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of a hyperloop capsule might look like, you’re in luck. Newly released photos of the interior of a full-scale capsule mock-up that went on public display in Dubai in February show a cabin that looks like that of a modern airliner but sleeker, if a bit more confined (scroll down for more photos). Designed for a route between Dubai and Abu Dhabi,...

Amazon Reportedly Wants Alexa To Be Your New In-Home Physician

Jeff Bezos made headlines in January when his company announced that it would be partnering with JP Morgan and Warren Buffet to reduce the cost of healthcare services here in America. Apparently the first step towards this goal is teaching Alexa how to play doctor. According to internal documents...

Moto Z3 Play Kicks The Home Button To The Curb

Moto’s premium line of phones is due for an update, and new leaked renders of the Z3 Play give those who like their phones reasonably affordable something to be excited about. The phone will remove the home button of its predecessor, the excellent Z2 Play, and...

Google Assistant To Make Phone Calls For Owners

Google has unveiled artificial intelligence software that books appointments over the phone on behalf of users by conducting voice-based conversations on their behalf. Chief executive Sundar Pichair said that Google Duplex would launch as an “experiment”...

Massachusetts Day Care Closes After Child Diagnosed With Typhoid Fever

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A day care center in North Quincy, Mass., was closed on Wednesday and Thursday after a child came down with a case of typhoid fever. The child, who was not identified, had traveled recently and was not...

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Does Varicose Vein Treatment Cure Stasis Dermatitis?

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This question often comes up on forums and websites covering the topic of varicose vein treatment. Stasis dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin on the lower extremities. It is most common around the ankles and occurs as a result of poor circulation in the leg veins, which we will cover in more detail below. The primary symptoms include hyperpigmentation...

CDC Urges Everyone 50 And Older To Get New Vaccine

This new vaccine is the latest defense against a painful condition that is more common among older adults. It might be time to get vaccinated against shingles if you’re 50 or older. Folks in this age group — even people who are healthy...

Russian Woman Dies After Given Formaldehyde Instead Of Saline Drip

A 27-year-old Russian woman has died after doctors mistakenly filled her IV bag with a solution containing formaldehyde. Ekaterina Fedyaeva was said to be undergoing routine surgery at a hospital in Ulyanovsk, in the Volga Federal District...

New Antibiotic Family Discovered In Dirt

US scientists have discovered a new family of antibiotics in soil samples. The natural compounds could be used to combat hard-to-treat infections, the team at Rockefeller University hopes. Tests show the compounds, called malacidins,...

Barca Win To Move Within Two Games Of Unbeaten Season

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Barcelona moved to within two games of an unbeaten La Liga season as they brushed Villarreal aside, with Ousmane Dembele scoring twice. Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring after Dembele’s shot...

Mohamed Salah: Liverpool Forward Voted PFA Player Of The Year 2017-18

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Mohamed Salah has won the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award for 2017-18. The Liverpool forward, 25, beat Kevin de Bruyne, Harry Kane, Leroy Sane, David Silva and David...

Miami Open: John Isner Beats Alexander Zverev To Win First Masters 1,000 Title

American John Isner won his first ever Masters 1,000 title with a 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-4 victory over German Alexander Zverev in the Miami Open final. In a nervous opening, the first set went with serve before...

Ball-Tampering Row: Australia Captain Steve Smith Banned For One Test And Fined

Australia captain Steve Smith has been banned for one match and fined his entire match fee by cricket’s world governing body for his part in a ball-tampering incident in South Africa. Smith said...

Will traffic jams soon be reduced thanks to new technology?

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Can you think of a more stressful time than being caught in a traffic jam? Those involved in the motoring world fortunately seems to see it as a problem, because technology is being developed and released...

Rolls-Royce And Boeing Invest In UK Space Engine

Rolls-Royce Space Engine

Reaction Engines Limited (REL), the UK company developing a revolutionary aerospace engine, has announced investments from both Boeing and Rolls-Royce. REL, based at Culham in Oxfordshire, is working...

Shipping Faces Demands To Cut CO2

A battle is under way to force the global shipping industry to play its part in tackling climate change. A meeting of the International Maritime Organisation in London next week will face demands for...

Wearable Tech Aids Stroke Patients

Scientists in the US are developing wearable sensors to speed up the recovery of stroke patients. The sensors are able to send information to doctors continuously. The team developing the system says...