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    A NEW urine test can check for prostate cancer and tell how aggressive the disease is. The ExoGrail test could help to cut invasive biopsies by 35 per cent. 1New urine test can check for prostate cancer and tell how aggressive it isCredit: Alamy Dr Dan Brewer, of the University of East Anglia, said: “There is a desperate need for improvements in diagnosing and predicting outcomes.” The new test “allows patients and doctors to select the correct treatment”, he added.  Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK. About 46,000 people are diagnosed each year, with 11,000 dying. Most read in Health NewsFINAL GOODBYELast footage of Indonesia sub crew seen singing weeks before all 53 diedGAVIN A BAD TIMECA Gov Gavin Newsom faces recall election after 1.6M signatures collectedNOT IN THE REDOpen GOP-led states are reporting fewer Covid cases than closed Dem states'NO TRANSPARENCY'Andrew Brown's family...
    TELL HER YOU LOVE HER AT WORK Many women worry that their partners don’t think about them enough. So if you’re at work and you’re thinking about her, be sure to let her know. Maybe send her something nice, such as a steamy text or, even better, some flowers. Then when you get home, don’t just kiss her. Instead, let her know you missed her. Inhale the scent of her hair. Hold her, press her body to yours and linger there a while. If she responds with enthusiasm, embrace her passionately. Just remember, it’s ok to enjoy a moment of mutual arousal together even if you’re not planning to have sex. In sex therapy, we call that ‘simmering’. Sometimes simmering can be more important than sex. Many couples tell me that feeling this mutual desire can be more important to them than sex itself. THINK PASSION, NOT TECHNIQUE Yes, it’s...
    An aide claiming to have been bullied by Meghan Markle today welcomed the Queen's investigation into her and Harry's alleged mistreatment of staff and declared: 'We will finally be able to tell the truth'. The unnamed palace worker's claim will pile even more pressure on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to give evidence to the probe after they were invited to take part by Buckingham Palace.  The Sussexes are accused leaving behind a 'lot of broken people' with 'young women broken by their behaviour' and a source describing one member of their staff as 'completely destroyed' by the ordeal. The Queen has now launched an unprecedented inquiry into allegations that Meghan and Harry bullied their staff - leaving royal employees 'shaken' by 'unhappy memories' being brought up about a 'toxic period' before the couple emigrated. Devastating claims that the Duchess of Sussex inflicted 'emotional cruelty' on underlings and 'drove them...
    48 percent of people with a job plan to improve their skills to seek new job opportunities For 30 percent of people it is normal to discuss their career or office activities with others, if they are satisfied with this aspect Three out of four young professionals believe that switching from one company to another is the best way to advance in their industry Today’s work environment seems to be quite complex. Almost every week there is news of a company that laid off thousands of employees. To this must be added that both small companies and large corporations are declaring bankruptcy and reducing operations from left to right. And those who still keep their jobs, have to deal with the pressure and stress of burnout, or the complicated schemes of the home office. Right in this context, it would seem like a very bad idea to quit a job....
    You can ask Alexa to find the nearest place to get a Covid-19 test.Todd Haselton | CNBC Amazon recently added a new feature to its Alexa voice assistant that lets you find the nearest place to get a Covid-19 test. It works on phones and through the Amazon Echo smart speaker. I think it's best on a phone (or on an Echo with a screen) since it shows you a list of the nearby locations and how far each place is. Here's what you do. Open the Alexa app on your phone. Touch the "Tap to talk to Alexa' button at the top. Say: "Where can I get tested for Covid-19?' Alexa will return a list of nearby places using data pulled from GISCorps and other sources, like Yelp. In my case, it showed a total of eight places within 10 miles from me. If you tap...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defended his legislation to combat Big Tech censorship, saying that if a story similar to the explosive New York Post article detailing Hunter Biden's overseas business ventures broke about him, the press would have no problem with its distribution. “You're trying to tell me if there was hacked information that could damage me, you guys wouldn't print it? Give me a break. You can whiz on my leg, but don’t tell me it’s raining,” DeSantis said. “You guys would print it every single day if you could. And Big Tech would allow it to proliferate every single day.” DeSantis also addressed social media companies' commitment to removing violent content in the wake of the U.S. Capitol riot, saying that the companies only flag violent rhetoric from one side. “It’s not being done in a principled basis,” DeSantis said. “There’s threats on me. And it only gets...
    Google is introducing a new feature to help you find out more information about the websites that show up when you use its search engine. Provided you live in the US, as of today, you’ll start to see a three dots icon next to each search result. Tapping on one of those, whether you’re on mobile or desktop, will bring up a description of the website that’s on the other end of the link.  In most instances, that information will come from Wikipedia unless Google points you to one of its services, in which case you’ll get a blurb on how it sourced its data. In cases where neither is available, you get some basic information about the website, such as when it was first indexed. In every instance, there will be a note if your connection to the website is secured through HTTPS.  The feature allows you...
    Steve Proehl | Corbis Unreleased | Getty Images Hyundai confirmed in a short statement last week it was in early talks with Apple about cars. Almost immediately, the Korean auto giant started to backtrack, releasing a subsequent statement that removed all mention of Apple. Hyundai's retreat is almost certainly the latest fallout from Apple's insistence on secrecy and discretion from its suppliers or potential partners. Companies who deal with Apple are held to strict nondisclosure agreements, even if they are public companies and Apple is a major customer. While nondisclosure agreements are common in high tech, people who work with Apple say it takes confidential information more seriously than competitors. Apple tells partners they can't mention Apple in public or to the media, according to people familiar with the matter who didn't want to be identified to avoid risking their relationship with Apple. One person who has worked with Apple...
    Face masks do make it harder to identify people because it covers the nose and mouth, key features the human brain uses to put names to faces.  A study from Israel revealed wearing a mask reduces a person's ability to recognise people by 15 per cent.  However, people are able to still identify people they know best due to familiarity of their eyes and other parts of the face not covered by masks.  Masks have become ubiquitous around the world in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and as people try to avoid catching and spreading Covid-19.  But they pose their own issues, researchers say, inhibiting social interactions and making it harder for people to talk to each other.    A study from Israel revealed wearing a mask reduces a person's ability to recognise people by 15 per cent. Masks have become ubiquitous around the world in the wake of...
    THE CIA has set wannabe spooks another visual puzzle - this time with a wintry theme. The spy agency challenged Twitter users to "put your analytical skills to the test" by working out the time of day in a ski resort street scene. 11The CIA has posted another tricky puzzle on TwitterCredit: Twitter 11You have to work out the time of day in this snowy sceneCredit: Twitter It is the latest of the CIA's #TuesdayTrivia posts after a series of popular spot-the-difference puzzles - which saw eagle-eyed puzzlers beat the agency at their own game. The new puzzle also challenges users to search for visual clues to work out if it's 7am, 11am or 3pm - but what you are looking for is up to you. The image shows icy roads with tracks made by school buses and deserted ski lifts going up a tree lined hillside. Many who took...
    US Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams has pledged he will get the first coronavirus vaccine approved for emergency use when told it is safe. During an interview on Good Morning America on Monday, Adams was asked about a recent Gallup poll, which found that more than 40 percent of people are unwilling to be immunized against the virus that has killed more than 256,000 Americans.  He said he has been traveling around the country reassuring the public that researchers did not safety corners when developing the jab. '[T]he most reassuring thing I can say to you, America, is that when [the US Food and Drug Administration] tells me that I can get the vaccine, I will get it because I know that's the best way to protect myself and to protect my family and my community,' he said. It comes as AstraZeneca became the latest drug company to report positive...
    Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri’s Mannat is something we all want to see the insides of. Meanwhile, there’s a way to visit their other home, only if you are a lucky winner. Gauri has collaborated with Air BnB and put their Delhi home on the website. It’s a prize you get if you win a contest. Pretty stoked right? We will obviously tell you all about it. But first let us tell you, what Shah Rukh Khan thinks about this gesture. Shah Rukh Khan-Gauri Khan, Zaheer Khan-Sagarika Ghatge, Saif Ali Khan-Kareena Kapoor – 7 Celebs Who Had Interfaith Marriages And Proved Love Has No Religion! SRK took to Instagram to share this big news saying, “With so many memories of our early days in Delhi, the city holds a very special place in our hearts. @gaurikhan has redesigned our Delhi house and filled it with love and moments of nostalgia. Here’s a chance...
    President Trump on Saturday will tell supporters in Pennsylvania that they have the chance to “save the American dream” by reelecting him to office on Tuesday -- while warning of “corrupt forces” who are seeking to replace him with Democratic nominee Joe Biden. “This is the state where the story of American Independence began – it is the state where the American Constitution was signed – and three days from now this is the state that will save the American Dream,” he will say, according to prepared remarks. ELECTION DAY 3 DAYS AWAY: TRUMP, BIDEN BARNSTORM SWING STATES  The Trump campaign is billing the speech as the beginning of Trump’s closing argument for Pennsylvania -- a key swing state that could decide the election and that went for Trump in 2016. In his address, he is expected to touch on themes of self-governance, presenting the election as a choice between...
    A model who chose to embrace her unibrow after years of overplucking has admitted that she faces daily hate from trolls telling her it looks like she has the McDonald's logo on her forehead and that she'd be 'hotter' if she shaved it off. Model Haylee Michalski, 22, from Charleston, South Carolina, started plucking the hair in between her eyebrows as a teenager as she was afraid what people would say if she let them grow into each other. Haylee would spend hours over plucking the area to make sure her two brows were as far apart as possible. The process was exhausting and time consuming and fed up with the constant maintenance, Haylee decided to let them gradually grow closer every month. Unique: Model Haylee Michalski, 22, has revealed how embracing her natural unibrow has seen her face daily hate from trolls on social media Natural: The South...
    The COVID-19 pandemic won’t spoil Halloween for New York children this year. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he will not ban trick-or-treating this Halloween, though he didn’t necessarily encourage parents to take their kids to their neighbors' homes to celebrate the holiday. Cuomo’s proclamation came amid speculation he could sign a new Executive Order that would force local governments to bar door-to-door trick-or-treating due to the pandemic, similar to what other officials have done across the country. “I would not ban trick-or-treaters going door to door,” Cuomo said during an interview on News 12. “I don't think that's appropriate. You have neighbors - if you want to go knock on your neighbor's door, God bless you and I'm not going to tell you not to. “If you want to go for a walk with your child through the neighborhood, I'm not gonna tell you you can't take your child to the neighborhood, I'm not going to do...
    HAVE you ever put off revamping your tired kitchen because of the time it takes to get it done? Well, one woman has shown off the incredible results after completely transforming hers in just one day - and you wouldn't believe it's the same space. 4The old kitchen was out-dated and had a brown and boring colour paletteCredit: Supplied 4The new kitchen is a modern shade of teal with chic marble-effect worktopsCredit: Supplied DIY fan Kimberley Harney was looking to spruce up her outdated kitchen which featured a brown colour palette and speckled worktops. Now the stunning space features modern teal cupboards and chic grey counter tops after a lick of paint and a play with budget adhesive vinyl. Taking to the DIY On A Budget UK Facebook group, she wrote: "Kitchen DIY revamp! Cost about £120 including the kitchen worktop wrapping & our new toaster/kettle plus...
    There are several different ways hackers use a breached Facebook account. Automatic logins through Facebook allow hackers access to many different site accounts once they've taken over your Facebook account. Spammers hack Facebook accounts to gain access to your following. Your account also gives a hacker a lot of personal information about you that can be used to steal your identity. If you worry that your account has been hacked, there is a simple way to check. Go to the arrow in the upper left-hand corner of your Facebook page and click on it. In the menu, select Settings. A new menu will pop up. Choose Security and then Where You're Logged In. A list of all of the devices that you've logged into and their locations. If there is a login you don't recognize, chances are you may have been hacked. If you see anything that isn't you, click...
    A woman has left fellow homeowners gobsmacked after revamping her kitchen for just £60. Annette Vasey, who is based in the UK, moved into the house last October but felt it needed renovations "from top-to-bottom", so she decided to make the most of her spare time during lockdown. 6A woman decided to revamp her 'dated' kitchen and did so for £60Credit: Facebook In a complete overhaul of her kitchen, Annette used budget items such as £5 car spray paint for her dated worktops, and spent around 40 hours transforming the room. Posting before and after pictures on the DIY on a Budget UK Facebook group, fellow members were left stunned by how different the kitchen looked. 6The kitchen looked unrecognisable once it was finished Credit: Facebook 6The original kitchen was dated with green worktops and wooden cupboardsCredit: Facebook One person commented: "That's amazing," while another added: "That’s a wow effect....
    You may be having an asthma attack if you have extreme shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in your chest. Asthma attacks may be caused by allergen triggers like mold or dust, air irritants like smoke, illnesses like the flu, or vigorous exercise.  You should take an inhaler if you are having an asthma attack, but if you don't have an inhaler and can't breathe, call 911. This article was medically reviewed by  Omid Mehdizadeh, MD, otolaryngologist and laryngologist at the Pacific Neuroscience Institute's Pacific Eye, Ear & Skull Base Center at Providence Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, CA. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. One in 13 Americans have asthma, a condition that causes your airways to swell and makes it harder for you to breathe. When you have an asthma attack, symptoms like coughing or having trouble breathing can become severe and may even...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge ruled Saturday that former national security adviser John Bolton can move forward in publishing his tell-all book despite efforts by the Trump administration to block the release because of concerns that classified information could be exposed. The decision from U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth is a victory for Bolton in a court case that involved core First Amendment and national security concerns. But the judge also made clear his concerns that Bolton had “gambled with the national security of the United States” by opting out of a prepublication review process meant to prevent government officials from spilling classified secrets in memoirs they publish. The ruling clears the path for a broader election-year readership and distribution of a memoir, due out Tuesday, that paints an unflattering portrait of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy decision-making during the turbulent year-and-a-half that Bolton spent in the White House....
    The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's tell-all book has been denied.  Judge Royce Lamberth denied the request to block the sale of the former national security adviser's memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir' in a ruling Saturday.   Lamberth, a Reagan appointee, heard arguments Friday over Zoom from Bolton's lawyer Charles Cooper and Deputy Assistant Attorney General David Morrell, representing the government.  This came after the Trump administration sued Bolton on Tuesday in order to postpone the release of his book because of concerns that classified information could be exposed The book was leaked to the media the next day.  It contains a number of explosive claims about President Trump, including that he asked China for help with his re-election bid - a move similar to how Trump interacted with Ukraine, which led to him being impeached.   The Justice Department's attempt to...
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