Prince Louis wrecked the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, stealing all the public’s attention

Nov 26, 2022

For the son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, baby Louis, greeting on the balcony of Buckingham Palace has become a special tradition because the boy has always attracted the attention of the public with his bright facial expressions. By the way, this Platinum Jubilee of the Queen was no exception, and little Prince Louis once again overshadowed all representatives of the royal family at such an important holiday for Her Majesty. It is worth noting that Queen Elizabeth II herself, as well a ...read more

Dixie D’Amelio explains why she didn’t want “TikTok drama” on her new album

Nov 26, 2022

TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio has revealed why she hasn’t written songs about specific breakups on her new album, saying she didn’t want it to be about “TikTok drama.” 20-year-old Dixie D’Amelio is one of the biggest stars on TikTok, with over 57 million followers on her account, where she posts videos about her life and with her friends and family. The star is also a singer, and has released several viral songs since her rise to TikTok fame, including ‘One Whole Day,’ and ‘Be ...read more

NASA set a new date for the launch Joint Polar Satellite System-2

Nov 26, 2022

NOAA’s Joint Polar Satellite System-2 (JPSS-2) satellite mission will now launch on Nov. 1, 2022, according to NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The team discovered and addressed an issue during recent tests of a crucial device designed to collect visible and infrared images, which resulted in additional time needed to complete thermal vacuum testing. During thermal vacuum testing, the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite instrument, or VIIRS, encounte ...read more

Dazzling close-up images of the natural world, from flowers to flies

Nov 26, 2022

These are some of the winning and shortlisted entries for the Olympus Image of the Year Global Life Science Light Microscopy Award, a global photography competition showcasing the art of scientific imaging Life 1 June 2022 By Gege Li THESE dazzling images, each captured with an optical microscope, hold a lens up to the natural world, revealing the beauty and richness of an up-close perspective. They make up some of the winning and shortlisted entries for the Olympus Image of the Ye ...read more

Melatonin poisonings on the rise in US kids

Nov 26, 2022

Home News (Image credit: Jorge Martinez via Getty Images) Melatonin poisoning in children has risen dramatically over the past decade, a new study suggests.  Between 2012 and 2021, U.S. poison control centers saw a 530% increase in calls about children who had ingested large amounts of the sleep-aid supplement, the study found.  More than 260,000 cases of melatonin ingestion were reported, and of these, more than 27,000 children required treatment in a healt ...read more

Students of colour express concerns over increase in police presence in U.S. schools

Nov 26, 2022

After the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, schools around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus — partly to reassure parents and students. But police inside schools can make some students more uneasy, not less. Especially for Black students and other students of colour, their personal experiences with policing can leave them feeling unsafe and alienated from school when they see officers on campus. High school senior ...read more

Food Vendor Washes Fish in DRC

Nov 26, 2022

Kahambu Taheruka washes horse mackerel in Kikimba, Kirumba, Democratic Republic of Congo. Taheruka sells fried fish to help provide for her family. Kahambu Taheruka washes horse mackerel in Kikimba, Kirumba, Democratic Republic of Congo. Taheruka sells fried fish to help provide for her family. Kahambu Taheruka washes horse mackerel in Kikimba, Kirumba, Democratic Republic of Congo. Taheruka sells fried fish to help provide for her family. Democratic Republic of Congo ...read more

Why Imposter Syndrome Isn’t All That Bad

Nov 26, 2022

Imposter syndrome can be your most powerful secret weapon. getty Imposter syndrome—the belief that you’re not as competent as others perceive you to be—is surprisingly common. According to a new survey by Moneypenny, 1 in 3 Americans suffer from imposter syndrome, with those between 18-24 experiencing it the most (46%). The study also revealed that women (35%) tend to suffer more than men (30%) from a sense of self-doubt in the workplace. If you think only ordinary people have the ...read more

Iran Judiciary denies Khuzestan ex-gov. among people blamed for building collapse

Nov 26, 2022

Iran’s Judiciary has rejected media reports that the former governor of Khuzestan Province who has travelled to the UAE was among people at fault for the recent building collapse in the southern city of Abadan. The Judiciary announced through its media outlet that neither government delegations nor the Iranian general prosecutor and other relevant officials have directly or indirectly blamed Gholamreza Shariati for the incident in their reports. The Judiciary also demanded that anyone who h ...read more

‘Significant’ consequences if lawmakers fail to act on gun control, Democrat warns

Nov 26, 2022

The Democratic senator leading his party’s push for stronger gun laws said on Sunday he believed measures passed in Florida following the 2018 high school shooting in Parkland could attract Republican support and provide a workable template for action in Congress. Chris Murphy of Connecticut, speaking on CNN’s State of the Union, said he was optimistic that recent mass shootings in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas, could finally prompt enough bipartisan support for legislation that has ...read more