Thailand’s new Burger King contains 20 cheese slices and no beef

Im continued by saying that the next time they went out to eat, she most likely would not get the gooey food because “other burgers are already good.” I believe that I will revert to my customary order of double cheese angus beef.” Another patron concurred with same assessment, stating that the cheeseburger was “too… Continue reading Thailand’s new Burger King contains 20 cheese slices and no beef

Meta cut election teams months before Threads launch, prompting 2024 concerns

People familiar with the matter told CNN that Meta has reduced the size of its teams that combat disinformation and organised troll and harassment efforts on its platforms, causing alarm before the crucial 2024 elections in the United States and around the world. According to a source with knowledge of the situation, the team that… Continue reading Meta cut election teams months before Threads launch, prompting 2024 concerns

Princess Diana inspired Jacquemus’ Versailles fashion show

When Simon Porte Jacquemus directs a runway show, your attention is immediately drawn to it. You keep an eye out for the clothes, of course, which are known to radiate nonchalance, sex appeal, and a particular “It” quality that countless other labels strive so hard to imitate. However, you also can’t wait to see the… Continue reading Princess Diana inspired Jacquemus’ Versailles fashion show

FDA approves $3.2 million gene therapy for rare muscular dystrophy in 4–5-year-olds

The first gene therapy intended to cure a rare and debilitating muscle illness has been granted permission by the Food and Drug Administration of the United States. However, this approval is only valid for children aged 4 and 5, according to the data that is currently available. The medicine, which comes from the biotech business… Continue reading FDA approves $3.2 million gene therapy for rare muscular dystrophy in 4–5-year-olds

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First US malaria outbreak in 20 years reported in Florida and Texas CDC Says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States has issued a warning to medical professionals and public health officials concerning a small number of cases of malaria that were acquired locally. Since 1999, there has not been a single locally acquired case of malaria anywhere in the United States. Malaria is most… Continue reading First US malaria outbreak in 20 years reported in Florida and Texas CDC Says

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Study indicates most child accidental shooting deaths involve loaded unlocked weapons

According to a new study, the majority of children who pass away as a result of an accidental shooting in the United States were either fooling around with weapons at home or mistaken them for toys. According to the findings of the research, over ninety percent of the firearms used in incidents resulting in death… Continue reading Study indicates most child accidental shooting deaths involve loaded unlocked weapons

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Legacy Casts Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane opposite David Corenswet’s Clark Kent

Clark Kent and Lois Lane have been confirmed to play their respective roles in James Gunn’s upcoming DC superhero epic, “Superman: Legacy.” On Tuesday, representatives for Warner Bros. Pictures, the film’s studio, revealed to CNN that Rachel Brosnahan will play the role of Lois Lane and that David Corenswet would don Superman’s iconic red cape.… Continue reading Legacy Casts Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane opposite David Corenswet’s Clark Kent

“Dead Reckoning Part One” Cast discusses stunt, Covid, and franchise future

He’s just like us. In an interview given in London just prior to the release of “Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One,” Tom Cruise admitted that he does, in fact, experience terror. “It’s not that I don’t get scared,” the actor explained when asked about his lack of fear. “It’s just that I don’t mind… Continue reading “Dead Reckoning Part One” Cast discusses stunt, Covid, and franchise future

Noel Gallagher and Garbage cancel Wisconsin show due to air pollution from Canadian fires

Due to the bad air quality in the area caused by the ongoing burning of hundreds of wildfires in Canada, the performance that was scheduled to be co-headlined by Garbage and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds in Wisconsin on Wednesday had to be canceled. Garbage and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds were scheduled to perform… Continue reading Noel Gallagher and Garbage cancel Wisconsin show due to air pollution from Canadian fires

Swimming association bans child weighing after “psychological distress”

After receiving feedback from swimmers about “unacceptable behavior,” the swimming authority in England has decided to suspend the practice of weighing children at its clubs. “athletes under the age of 18 should not be weighed, unless they are on a nationally supported talent pathway,” the organization wrote in a news release on Wednesday regarding new… Continue reading Swimming association bans child weighing after “psychological distress”

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