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Tuesday, December 6th, 2022

Blood metabolites associated with coffee consumption may affect kidney disease risk

Food and beverages may have important effects on kidney health, but the potential biological mechanisms involved are often unclear. New research in CJASN identifies several metabolites in the blood whose levels are altered by...

Eying higher oil prices, Pioneer Natural Resources to minimize hedging next year

Top Permian Basin oil producer Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD.N) will minimize its hedging next year, Chief Executive Officer Scott Sheffield said on Thursday, anticipating oil prices between $80 and $100 a barrel over the...

Wyze’s cameras get smarter

Smart home company Wyze continues its tradition of making every small to medium-sized home appliance under the sun, announcing a slew of new products this week in honor of its fourth birthday. The most...

40-year-old gran claimed she was ‘tired of crime’ – then broke law again within days

Gran-of-four Leanne Stapleton told a Teesside judge she was turning her life around, just days before embarking on yet another shoplifting spree A grandmother-of-four who is “addicted” to shoplifting told a judge she was...

Alex Dowsett falls short in attempt to regain world hour record in Mexico

Alex Dowsett’s attempt to regain the UCI hour record ended in failure on Wednesday in Mexico. The British rider, who held the record for 35 days in 2015, rode 54.555km over the hour at...

Economic impact of obesity set to reach average 3.6 per cent of GDP by 2060

The economic impact of obesity is set to make up 3.6%, on average, of a nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP)—the total value of annual goods and services—by 2060, if current trends continue, finds an...

Facebook tests paid subgroups in subscription push

Facebook (FB.O) is testing ways for creators to make money through Facebook Groups, such as users paying fees for exclusive access to content or conversations within subgroups, the company said on Thursday. Facebook, which...

Teenage Engineering’s new PC case is gorgeous, expensive… and bendable

Teenage Engineering, a design company that dabbles in everything from synthesizers to helping build the Playdate gaming handheld, has made its first computer case. It’s called Computer-1. It’s a bold orange case that’s made...

I’m divorcing my husband but I can’t tell my mum because she never liked him’

My mother-in-law’s long-term partner has recently left her. They’d been together 12 years, although they never married, and he was a very big part of our family. It was completely out of the blue...