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Derek Jeter blames the Corona virus outbreak in Miami Marlins for “false sense of security”.

MIAMI – Derek Jeter, CEO of Miami Marlins, attributed the team’s coronavirus outbreak to a collective sense of security that made players neglectful about social distancing and wearing masks. 21 members of the team’s travel group were infected, including at least 18 players. No one is seriously ill, Jeter said on Monday, and he expects everyone to return this season. …

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Do you take social security at 62? It makes sense to do this here

It is best to wait until you are 70 to start using social security retirement benefits – even if that means using your retirement assets at the end of a bear market. Why? Because the guaranteed, risk-free annual increase in social security benefits of 8% is an unbeatable business. Yet in 2018, only 6% of women and 4% of men …

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2021 Toyota Camry is the first to receive Safety Sense 2.5 Plus

The Toyota Camry 2021 is becoming more technical than ever. Toyota Toyota’s Camry has been America’s best-selling sedan for 18 years. Babies who were driven home from the hospital when this model topped the sales charts can now vote. To get the crown on sale for another turn of the calendar, Toyota has just announced a series of updates to …

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WSAZ examines | Make sense for a nationwide shortage of coins

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (WSAZ) – Signs are already appearing in companies in the three-state states announcing “only exact changes”. This is another unforeseen complication of the COVID-19 pandemic. Few people spent change in their wallets during many home orders. The federal government says the coins are out there, but due to the closure of many coronavirus companies, they don’t circulate as …

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Ranking Colin Kaepernick landing sites: Eight teams that make the most sense to sign the former 49ers quarterback

Colin Kaepernick, who returns to the NFL, is becoming a reality every day. Despite the fact that the former one-time NFC champion and starting quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers hasn’t even done an NFL snap since 2016, the momentum is starting to pick up. After an NFL-controlled training in 2019 that didn’t go anywhere for Kaepernick, there is growing …

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Motion Sense is reported to not return with the Pixel 5

While the Google Pixel series got off to a good start, it’s now struggling to keep up with the competition. Pixel 4’s sales were apparently poor, and part of it is due to poor battery life, the lack of an ultra-wide camera, and design. With Pixel 5, Google is reportedly planning to leave Back to the basics and give up …

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A brain implant restored this man’s movement and sense of touch

Burkhart says the ability to move objects was “fantastic,” but he was limited without a sense of touch. Without this feedback, grasping objects required his full attention. If he didn’t look at it, he couldn’t tell whether he was holding something or not. “It’s really a challenge, especially when I want to put something behind me or in a bag,” …

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The BCI system gives the paralyzed person their sense of touch with haptic feedback

Enlarge /. Ian Burkhard suffered a severe spinal cord injury in 2010. Battelle’s NeuroLife project restores the motor function of his right arm using a brain computer interface system. Battelle Ian Burkhart, now 28, had a diving accident in 2010 that severely damaged his spinal cord. He was paralyzed and wheelchair bound, with limited movement in his elbows and shoulders. …

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“Common sense” is not a substitute for science in a pandemic

In his daily newspaper In briefings on coronaviruses, President Trump regularly advertises the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as possibly one of the “greatest game changers in the history of medicine” – based on some anecdotal reports of mild benefits in Covid 19 patients. When a reporter Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, asked, “What is …

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