Month: August 2022

China's worst heat wave in 60 years forces factories to close

China’s worst heat wave in 60 years forces factories to close

Sichuan is a major manufacturing site for the semiconductor and solar panel industries, and power rationing will hit factories belonging to some of the world’s largest electronics companies, including Apple (AAPL) supplier Foxconn and Intel (INTC). The province is also China’s hub for lithium mines — a key component of electric car batteries — and …

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Facial Warning: Non-alcoholic drink enjoyed by millions of people linked to retinal disorders

Facial Warning: Non-alcoholic drink enjoyed by millions of people linked to retinal disorders

There are several ways people can manage their eye health. One of the most common is the 20-20-20 rule. This rule involves looking away from your screen every 20 minutes to look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds. The purpose of this exercise is to rest eyes that are not built to deal …

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How to protect your pets from monkey pox - and what to do if they get it?

How to protect your pets from monkey pox – and what to do if they get it?

Registered pharmacist Sapana Patel loads a syringe of monkeypox vaccine at a pop-up vaccination site in West Hollywood, California, on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption switch caption Richard Vogel/AP Registered pharmacist Sapana Patel loads a syringe of monkeypox vaccine at a pop-up vaccination site in West Hollywood, California, on Wednesday, August 3, …

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Jury Selection Begins in R. Kelly's Chicago Federal Trial

Jury Selection Begins in R. Kelly’s Chicago Federal Trial

NEW ONESYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Jury selection for the federal trial of singer R. Kelly on charges of child pornography and falsifying his trial in 2008 began Monday in Chicago in a trial expected to last up to four weeks. Prospective judges are questioned about whether they watched the 2019 documentary …

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CDC updates monkey pox guidelines after dogs test positive in first suspected human-to-pet case

CDC updates monkey pox guidelines after dogs test positive in first suspected human-to-pet case

The CDC has updated its pet pox guidelines after a new study reported that a dog tested positive for the virus in France. Why it matters: Monkeypox infection in domestic animals, such as dogs and cats, had never been reported before, Sorbonne University researchers note in the study, published in The Lancet medical journal. Rosamund …

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Monkeypox may have made the first leap from owners to a dog, report says

Monkeypox may have made the first leap from owners to a dog, report says

Placeholder while article actions are loading The first suspected case of human-to-dog transmission of monkeypox has been reported in Paris, prompting the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to update their website to include dogs in animals prone to catching the virus. The disease can spread between humans and animals, said the CDC, which …

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'Flash' star Ezra Miller agrees to mental health treatment as burglary court date looms

‘Flash’ star Ezra Miller agrees to mental health treatment as burglary court date looms

After months of clashes with the law and a PR crisis for Warner Bros. Flash star Ezra Miller has decided to seek treatment to counter a self-described “time of intense crisis.” A week after the non-binary identifying Miller was charged with burglary by the Vermont Police Department, Justice League alum said in a statement today …

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