Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Science Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Science | Does Fluffy Really Want to Be an Adventure Cat? Advertisement Supported by Trilobites With a leash and a harness, any feline can safely explore the great outdoors. But owners need to be mindful of signs of stress. ByWudan Yan June 22, 2019 On a cool, partly cloudy day in October 2017, Malaya Fletcher was about to go hiking near a cabin in Pennsylvania. The only thing left to do was to get her cat, Copurrnicus, into his harness. When Ms. Fletcher secured the harness, the feline went immobile, and thudded on the ground. Ms. Fletcher had recently adopted the confident and curious Copurrnicus. He seemed to have the perfect combination of traits for enjoying outdoor adventures. He grew accustomed to the harness and leash indoors, but when Ms. Fletcher tested the waters in the wild for the first time, … [Read more...] about Does Fluffy Really Want to Be an Adventure Cat?
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Between the dry air, pressure changes, and cramped conditions, sitting on a plane for hours can be tough on your body. But dehydration and stiff muscles aren’t the only hazards associated with long flights. Sitting in one position for too long can cause swelling in the lower legs and increase your risk of blood clots, which is why travelers might want to add compression socks to their must-pack list. Compression socks, also known as compression stockings, are often recommended for travelers on long flights. But do compression socks really work? I reached out to medical experts to find out. What Are Compression Socks? Compression socks are supportive, snug-fitting socks that typically come up to the top of your calf and encourage the healthy circulation of blood from your ankles back up to your heart. Most offer graduated compression, with more pressure at the ankle than the calf. “Compression socks work by applying a constant pressure to the ankle and calf area,” … [Read more...] about Do Compression Socks Really Work?
Josh Boak, Ap Economics Writer Updated 1:12 pm PST, Wednesday, March 6, 2019 FILE- In this Tuesday, March 5, 2019, file photo the Cape Kortia container ship heads into the Port of Tacoma in Commencement Bay. The U.S. trade deficit jumped nearly 19 percent in December, pushing the trade imbalance for all of 2018 to widen to a decade-long high of $621 billion. The gap with China on goods widened to an all-time record of $419.2 billion. less FILE- In this Tuesday, March 5, 2019, file photo the Cape Kortia container ship heads into the Port of Tacoma in Commencement Bay. The U.S. trade deficit jumped nearly 19 percent in December, pushing the trade ... more Photo: Ted S. Warren, AP Photo: Ted S. Warren, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE- In this Tuesday, March 5, … [Read more...] about A record-breaking US trade deficit: Does it really matter?
By Jack Nicas Published 5:51 pm PST, Friday, February 1, 2019 Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has? Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has? Photo: Wren McDonald / New York Times Photo: Wren McDonald / New York Times Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has? Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has? Photo: Wren McDonald / New York Times Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has? 1 / 3 Back to Gallery Facebook sells advertisers on its access to real people — 2.27 billion of them, a network that exceeds the populations of North America, South America and … [Read more...] about Does Facebook really know how many fake accounts it has?
Viet Nam News by Paul Kennedy May 14 1988 started out as a really good day. The sun was shining, I was 15-years-old and on my way to Wembley Stadium to watch Liverpool win the FA Cup. The result was a no brainer. Liverpool, the crème de la crème of English football versus Wimbledon. The Crazy Gang. Liverpool was a team packed with talent. Barnes, Beardsley, Houghton and Hansen. Wimbledon was a team packed with thugs, Vinnie Jones, Andy Thorn, Dennis Wise and some other players no one had ever heard of. Liverpool would win. They had to win, they were the better team. They could not possible lose. They lost. By one goal to nil. My dream day turned into a nightmare. The train journey back north was solemn to say the least. But you know what? Thirty plus years later, this final will still be remembered as one of the greatest in FA Cup history. Not because of the game itself, that was awful, but because it reminded the world of the beauty of the FA Cup. Fast forward to … [Read more...] about Klopp flops in the FA Cup but does it really matter?