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What’s Best for Recurrent Ear Infections in Kids?

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, May 13, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Frequent middle-ear infections are the nemesis of many parents and young children. Now a new study suggests that a common treatment — “ear tubes” — may not prevent future bouts. Middle-ear infections (or acute otitis media) are second only to the common cold…

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What’s Google Floc?

And How Does It Affect Your Privacy?

Google wants to change the way we’re tracked around the web, and given the widespread use of its Chrome browser, the shift could have significant security and privacy implications—but the idea has been less well-received by companies that aren’t Google.The technology in question is FLoC, or Federated Learning of Cohorts, to give it its full…

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What’s your pleasure score? | Dominic Price

How do you rediscover a happier, more purpose-driven (and less productivity-obsessed) self in the wake of the pandemic? Quiz yourself alongside work futurist Dominic Price as he lays out a simple yet insightful four-part guide to assessing your life in ways that can help you reconnect with what’s really important.

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CBJ Today: What’s next for Yegor Chinakhov?

Each weekday this season, BlueJackets.com will post CBJ Today, a look at news, notes, analysis and fun stuff from around the Blue Jackets world. It’s everything you need to know if you’re a fan going into the day. The Daily Buzz As crazy as it sounds, in a week from now, the Blue Jackets season will be…

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What’s coming next: Every product Apple is still working on for 2021

Apple’s Spring Loaded event absolutely lived up to its name, bringing a slew of new products, from the colorful 24-inch iMac to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro’s gorgeous Liquid Retina XDR display. But now that they’re all on sale, we can turn our attention to the rest of 2021. Here are all the products we know…

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Science What's

What Is the Science Behind CDC’s Outdoor Mask Guidance?

When the CDC loosened mask guidance for outdoor activities this week, it did so based on high vaccine effectiveness and on evidence that transmission of SARS-CoV-2 is far less frequent in the open air. Vaccinated people can now safely gather, mask-less, with friends and family outside, and even unvaccinated individuals can take off their mask…

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What Is behind the Knicks’ hot streak?

Welcome to the Morning Shootaround, where every weekday you’ll get a fresh, topical column from one of SI.com’s NBA writers: Howard Beck on Mondays, Chris Mannix on Tuesdays, Michael Pina on Wednesdays, Chris Herring on Thursdays and Rohan Nadkarni on Fridays.Sir Isaac Newton probably didn’t have the Knicks in mind when he developed the law…

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Stake What's

What’s at stake for every NBA team the rest of the season

The end of the NBA’s regular season is typically a time for teams to rest their starters and gear up for either the playoffs or draft lottery. The introduction of the play-in tournament this year has changed that a bit, adding more urgency to the closing stretch of the season as most teams still have…

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What’s New in iOS 14.5, Available Now

For a mid-cycle update, iOS 14.5 brings major new features to the iPhone including Face ID unlocking while wearing a mask, App tracking controls, AirTag support, and more. Here’s a detailed look at what’s new in iOS 14.5, released in April 2021. How Do I Get iOS 14.5? iOS 14.5 is available today, April 26,…

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What is fuelling the rise in global military expenditure?

From: Inside StoryA report says global military spending reached nearly $2 trillion last year, despite the global pandemic.RelatedUS, China, Saudi Arabia top list of nations, as $1.82 trillion spent on defence worldwide in 2018, says think-tank.World’s nations spent a combined $1.9 trillion on their militaries in 2019, largest expenditures since 2010.Researchers report highest level of…