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Virtual Beth Harmon will tell you to be more careful when you make a bad move in chess.
Riding an eScooter can be difficult even on the driest of days, so why would you chance getting on one when the streets are slippery and wet?
From door handles and handrails on public transportation to disposable tissues and enclosed spaces with inadequate ventilation, public health messaging encourages us to be wary of things that present genuine risks of catching the novel coronavirus.
Researchers used 3D images to determine how much younger or older people look compared to their actual age. System based on images and health information about 5,000 Beijing residents.
Getting a good personal computer – even a second-hand model – and maintaining it well are paramount for staying productive in the pandemic age.
Senior citizens are breaking stereotypes and winning millions of likes on Chinese Internet platforms. Their humour and energy is delighting the online generation which has largely dismissed older people as dull until now.
Drinking or driving? The choice is yours. However, in the near future, your smartphone may be able to decide for you, according to a study conducted by a group of researchers from the US universities of Stanford and Pittsburgh, which has been published in the Journal Of Studies On Alcohol And Drugs.
Strict enforcement of South Africa’s coronavirus lockdown by police and the army has placed the spotlight on official brutality, a cause of anger among the majority Black population for decades.
Drinking alcohol will kill the coronavirus. It is OK to share face masks. Africans cannot get Covid-19. The pandemic is not even real. These are some of the coronavirus myths that a team of 20 Zimbabwean youth have been busting online since the country’s lockdown began in late March.