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Man dies after addiction to licorice caused his heart to stop – NEWS.com.au

Man dies after addiction to licorice caused his heart to stop

‘It’s looking good’: Lions set for enormous boost with Harris Andrews likely to play – AFL

Harris Andrews is looming as a likely starter in the qualifying final

Look up! Saturday night’s view of the moon will be the best of the month – WJXT News4JAX

You will see a stunning landscape of lunar mountains and craters along the line between light and dark. Also because of the Moon’s slight apparent wobble in its orbit around the Earth, we will get to peek around the edge of the Moon, glimpsing what’s usually …

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s First Big Patch Brings Japan To Life – Kotaku Australia

Microsoft Flight Simulator is focusing on Japan for their first major patch, adding fine-tuned cities, landmarks and multiple local airports.

The best ingredients for fighting acne, according to dermatologists – Business Insider Australia

Acne is extremely common in the United States, affecting around 50 million Americans every year. Acne can be stubborn and hard to get rid of, but there are many treatments available, both over the counter and via prescription, that can help you get clear skin.

Bernie Sanders lashes Donald Trump over question of peaceful transfer of power in US election – ABC News

Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders says the US election is between President Donald Trump and "democracy" as the White House says the President will accept the result of the election.

COVID-19 mutation may be evolving to bypass mask-wearing, hand-washing – New York Post

Scientists in a paper published Wednesday identified a new strain of the virus, which accounted for 99.9 percent of cases during the second wave in the Houston, Texas area.

Specific assessment of the eye may help diagnose and monitor concussions – News-Medical.Net

Building upon years of research, a new study from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has demonstrated how a specific assessment of the eye could someday help properly diagnosis and monitor concussions.

Bali’s coronavirus outbreak was so under control, they welcomed tourists. Now cases are exploding – ABC News

Bali believed it could reclaim its status as the region's favourite holiday destination with rapid antibody tests for arriving tourists. But a flaw in the system means COVID-19 deaths are on the rise, and one crematorium is struggling to keep up with the numb…

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s First Free World Update Focuses on Japan – ComicBook.com

As part of its larger Tokyo Game Show 2020 announcements, Xbox today announced that Xbox Game Studios and Asobo Studio will release a free 'World Update' for the recently released Microsoft Flight Simulator focusing on Japan. World Update I: Japan, as it is r…
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Mesothelioma is a deadly cancer mainly caused by exposure to asbestos fibers. Unfortunately, mesothelioma is generally diagnosed at an already advanced stage and none of the therapeutic strategies tried so far is able to eradicate the disease.