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Orioles’ John Means Throws 1st Career No-Hitter in Dazzling Effort vs. Mariners

Steph Chambers/Getty ImagesThe 2021 season has its third no-no.Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher John Means threw a no-hitter versus the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday, striking out 12 batters in a brilliant display.B/R Walk-Off @BRWalkoffHistory for @JMeans25 🔥(via @MLB)pic.twitter.com/rGhSrxxjWmMLB @MLBHe. Means. Business.Orioles ace @JMeans25 has thrown a no-hitter in Seattle! pic.twitter.com/orYIc9nsSJHow close was he to a perfect game?…

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Science & Nature
Experts Debate: Is PTSD Overdiagnosed?

Some clinicians are concerned that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosis has risen throughout Western society since the late 1980s. Is this correct? And if so, has the true incidence of PTSD really spiraled out of control, or has it simply become overdiagnosed? Experts debate the issue in The BMJ this week. PTSD is a serious and uncommon…

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Health & Medical
Hospitalizations and deaths of younger people soar due to COVID-19, PAHO Director reports

Countries will need to maintain or increase ICU bed capacity even further if infections continue to rise at current rates. In the past week, nearly 40% of all global COVID-19 deaths took place in the Americas. Washington, D.C. May 5, 2021 (PAHO) – Hospitalizations and deaths of younger people are surging as the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Your Evening Briefing Newsletter: US Backs Lifting Vaccine Patent Rules

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Entertainment
PUBG Mobile Season 19 Royale Pass 1 to 100 RP rewards

Image via PUBG Corporation PUBG Mobile Season 19 will be releasing on May 16 after Season 18 ends on May 15. The upcoming season will bring a bunch of new exciting rewards including outfits, emotes, and more along with a brand new Royale Pass. In addition to this, the tiers of all the players will…

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General
Humans were altering ecosystems with fire some 92,000 years ago

May 5 (UPI) — Humans living along the northern shores of East Africa’s Lake Malawi were altering the local ecosystem with fire as early as 92,000 years ago, according to a new study. Analysis of stone artifacts and paleoenvironmental data — detailed Wednesday in the journal Science Advances — suggests fire use by early humans…

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Bollywood
Pooja Hegde gives update on her health status

Actress Pooja Hegde who made her acting debut in Tamil in the Mysskin directed ‘Mugamoodi’ went on to become one of the most sought after leading ladies in Bollywood and Tollywood, It was recently announced that she will is the heroine of Thalapathy Vijay in ‘Thalapathy 65’ that marks her return to Kollywood after almost…

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Technology
Carry1st’s payments solution for gaming spurs $6 million Series A

Left to Right: Cordel Robbin-Coker, Lucy Hoffman, and Tinotenda Mundangepfupfu, Carry1st co-founders. Image source: Carry1st. Cordel Robbin-Coker, Lucy Hoffman, and Tinotenda Mundangepfupfu started Carry1st in 2018 to publish mobile games and interactive content for Africans. One of their games, Carry1st Trivia, got a lot of buzz in 2020 with about one and a half million…

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Sports
Man City’s Sterling racially abused on social media

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was racially abused on Instagram less than 48 hours after English football’s social media boycott campaign.The abuse occurred after City’s Champions League semi-final victory over Paris Saint Germain on Tuesday.A spokesperson for Facebook, which owns Instagram, said on Wednesday the company had removed the comment and taken action against the…