An inspiring Scottish dad tackles the grueling Tour de France cycle route inspired by his daughter who was diagnosed with cancer after taking a Covid test. Allan Dickson’s daughter Olivia, known as Liv, started suffering discomfort last year during the first coronavirus lockdown of 2020. Allan and his wife Abigail,Read More →

January 13, 2022 Rochester history professor Laura Ackerman Smoller speaks to students during a class visit to the Department of Rare Books, Special Collections and Preservation in 2017. Ackerman is recognized for her work in the field of medieval studies. (Photo University of Rochester/J. Adam Fenster) The Rochester historian alsoRead More →

First Nations Peoples, please note that this article talks about times of racial discrimination in history, including the plight and death of First Nations people. Research continues to show that the burden of disease among First Nations people is more than double that of non-Indigenous Australians. This despite the generalRead More →

Aerial photographer documents Tampa’s history Lloyd Sowers Reports TAMPA, Florida – The work of late Tampa pilot and photographer Bill Morris provides insight into Tampa’s transformations through time. Many have seen his aerial photographs in the pages of the Tampa Tribune, but now his work will live on for generationsRead More →

[01/10/22 – 11:01 AM]The History Channel presents “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War” executive produced by NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Deborah Morales on Monday, February 21 at 11 p.m. ET / PT“The civil war was not only waged against black Americans, it was also waged by them,” Abdul-JabbarRead More →

The HISTORY® channel premieres its new one-hour documentary “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War” on Monday, February 21 at 11 p.m. ET/PT. Produced and narrated by historian and social justice advocate Kareem Abul-Jabbar and Deborah Morales of Iconomy Multi-Media & Entertainment, the documentary takes a close look at oneRead More →

royal pains Believe it or not, Monday’s game with the Kings marks half of the Cavaliers’ season – playing their 41st game of the season and third on a six-game junket on the West Coast. The Cavs started the trip in style, ending their Blazers season sweep on Friday nightRead More →

The Miami Dolphins walked away from Sunday afternoon’s game with a 33-24 victory over the New England Patriots at Hard Rock Stadium, winning the sweep of the season over Bill Belichick’s team. Miami’s offense leaned heavily on their rushed offense, as they rushed for 194 yards and one touchdown onRead More →

PhD from the University of New Mexico Candidate Ethan Gyllenhaal has been involved in a series of research projects that use genomic analyzes to explain the complex evolutionary processes that take place within and between populations of island birds. He is conducting this research in collaboration with researchers at theRead More →

In 2015, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi announced that the country would transform its capital into a “new” city to be built 50 km east of the current capital, Cairo. The city, named the new administrative capital, was due to open in 2021 but has been postponed in light ofRead More →

The recent study of the Die Casting Flow Analysis Software Market is an exhaustive examination of this industry and contains information relating to important parameters of this business space. The research report provides details on the dominant market share, industry trends, market size, compensation estimates, periodic deliverables, and price projectionsRead More →

DALLAS – January 7, 2022 – Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center studied obstructive sleep apnea in a large group of children and concluded that underweight children with the condition are more likely to have obstructive sleep apnea. reduced stature, enlarged tonsils and allergic rhinitis. Screening these children for suspectedRead More →

By Brian McNeill Annette Gordon-Reed, the first African-American recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in history and one of the most authoritative voices on race and history in America, will deliver the 21st annual Black History Month of VCU libraries. Gordon-Reed, professor of history in the Faculty of Arts and SciencesRead More →

Brief article Based on a meta-analysis of clinical studies, researchers identified transient focal neurological events associated with cerebral amyloid angiopathy and the long-term risk of intracerebral hemorrhage and death. Neuroimaging results in patients with transient focal neurologic episodes. AB, Patient 16. Multiple cortical and subcortical microbleeds, superficial right fronto-parietal corticalRead More →

The National Trust director said she received anonymous death threats during a “crop war” dispute over the organization’s perceived “watch”. Hilary McGrady, director general of the NT, said she did not report the bullying to the police because “it comes with the territory”. The dispute was sparked by the NT’sRead More →