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TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel has led the world in COVID-19 vaccinations. Now it faces another challenge that other countries will have to grapple with: how to balance public health and the rights of the unvaccinated.
'You can call me whatever you want as long as the cheques don't bounce, ' says Stephen King
Remote working is changing work clothes habits, and while vaccines may bring back some formality, old-school office attire should emerge from the pandemic far less starched and strict.
All it takes is a rubber band to strengthen your finger muscles to improve range of motion and reduce pain in your finger joints.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to publicly accuse former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse, called again for the governing body to be decertified after a former coach accused of sexual assault died by suicide on Thursday.
Obituary: Lawrence Ferlinghetti's legacy as defender of free speech and provocateur lives on
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists' work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Alphabet Inc’s Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists’ work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Having walked the runways of famous designer labels in the past, Natalia Vodianova will now turn her attention to promoting the sexual and reproductive rights of women and girls, as well as tackle stigmas surrounding their bodies.
JAKARTA (AFP): A bird last seen more than 170 years ago in the rainforests of Borneo has been rediscovered, amazing conservationists who have long assumed it was extinct.