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The best Apple Watch Series 6 deal is at Walmart right now for Prime Day

If a new Apple smartwatch has been on your list, chances are you’ve been scouring Prime Day deals all day. You have to be quick! We’ve seen multiple Apple Watch deals sell out in the last 24 hours. Today’s best Apple deals, which include iPhone sales, have offered an assortment of Prime Day Apple Watch deals, which are always in high demand. If you’ve been waiting for a good chance to buy the latest version of the wearable device, now would be a good time with Walmart’s $70 discount on the 40mm, GPS version of the Apple Watch Series 6, bringing its price down to $329 from its original price of $399.
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IRS now sending millions more additional stimulus checks

The IRS said it is continuing to distribute federal stimulus checks to eligible Americans, with another 2.3 million payments issued last week. Some of those payments include "plus-up" adjustments for people who received less money than they were entitled to in earlier checks. The latest round of payments is part...
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What's behind the push for a fourth stimulus check

The IRS has issued almost 167 million payments in the third round of direct stimulus aid, with another 1.8 million people last week receiving the $1,400 checks. But some lawmakers are pushing for a fourth round of stimulus aid that would effectively send recurring payments until the pandemic ends. So...
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Nasa’s Hubble Space Telescope captures far-off galaxy with a ‘fascinating secret hiding in plain sight’

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured an image of a spiral galaxy that is hiding a supermassive black hole at its centre.Galaxy NGC 3254 is a ‘Seyfert galaxy’, a collection of planets and stars defined by their extremely active centres, located approximately 118 million light-years from Earth.The black hole at its core, with its huge gravitational power, can pull gas, dust, stars and planets, around in space – captured by Hubble using both visible and infrared light.While one might assume that black holes, with their vast force, would simply devour everything that came close to it, the accretion of material...
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How Arizona's 2020 election 'audit' went from comedy to tragedy

There’s an old joke that goes: “What’s the difference between tragedy and comedy? Time.” The idea is that the further removed you are from an event, the easier it is to laugh at the absurdity that shines through the pain you felt at the time. Despite originally being scheduled to...
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A new early sign of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is progressive and may emerge in the brain 20 to 30 years before diagnosis. It is therefore very important to pinpoint biomarkers—that is, physical and detectable signs of the disease—and to better understand the initial effects on the brain. In a recent study published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia:...
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What you need to know about the coronavirus right now

Jan 4 (Reuters) - Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus right now:. Australia's largest city, Sydney, re-introduced "soft touch" COVID-19 curbs on Wednesday to contain a widening outbreak of the Delta variant, mandating masks in offices while neighbouring states closed their borders. New Zealand raised the alert...
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Kylie Jenner's sweet father's day tribute to Travis Scott

Kylie Jenner marked her reunion with Travis Scott with a super sweet Father's Day tribute on Instagram. Last week, Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans were over the moon by news of a reconciliation between Kylie and Travis, when they appeared on the red carpet together. Now, Kylie has taken...
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Prince Harry and Prince William to Put on "Carefully Choreographed Show of Unity" at Diana's Statue Unveiling

Another royal update for ya! Prince Harry is about to head back to the U.K. for Princess Diana's statue unveiling at Kensington Palace on July 1, which he organized alongside Prince William. And while the brothers are coming together for the unveiling, the event is taking place amid heightened tension between Prince Harry and the rest of the royals following fall-out from his and Meghan's bombshell Oprah interview.
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Ring video doorbell Amazon Prime Day deal: There’s up to 49% off the smart doorbell right now

Prime Day is in full swing. Amazon’s annual two-day sale includes more than 2 million products across the entire site, with deals to be found on everything from technology and videogames to fashion and alcohol.Smart home gadgets are at the top of many of our shopping lists this year, and with summer holidays and foreign travel soon to be back on the cards, there’s a particular focus on home security.Fortunately for anyone looking to keep their stuff safe, one of the top smart video doorbells is featured in this year’s sale. Right now you can save up to 49 per...
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Study shows that COVID-19 was present in five states in December 2019, even before the first reported case in China

In a recent study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, a group of researchers aimed to identify exactly how early the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) was circulating throughout the United States. In their work, the researchers tested residual archived samples from routine blood donations collected by the American Red Cross.
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Midwest bumble bees declined with more farmed land, less diverse crops since 1870

As farmers cultivated more land and began to grow fewer types of crops over the last 150 years, most native bumble bee species became rarer in Midwestern states. New research reveals that these species declined while the average number of different crops grown in these states was cut in half and as modern agriculture began to focus on intensive production of corn and soybeans. A handful of hardy species continue to thrive today, but they also seem to prefer areas with a more diverse assortment of crops such as hay, beans, potatoes and oats in addition to corn and soy.
WildlifePhys.org

Assessment tool shows 33 aquatic species worldwide pose 'very high risk' of invasion

A global risk-assessment tool shows 33 nonnative aquatic species worldwide pose a "very high risk" of becoming invasive in current and future climate conditions. "These species readily establish, spread and have severe impacts across several regions of the world," said Jeff Hill, a UF/IFAS professor of fisheries and aquatics and a lead author on a new study that used the risk-assessment tool. "The threat posed by invasive species worldwide requires a global approach to identify which introduced species are likely to pose an elevated risk of impact to native species and ecosystems."
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Better sleep: Less fast food and screen time, more physical activity

Getting a good night's rest is essential to our physical and mental health. But what behaviors lead to healthy sleep? And do those lifestyle factors change as we get older?. A new study by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University has investigated the sleep, lifestyle and health of 3,284 adults. It found that behaviors directly under our control—such as diet, how physically active or sedentary we are, and how much time we spend watching TV, reading, on the internet, and on social media—are associated with sleep health across the lifespan.