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- Commuter towns to bear the brunt of end of furlough scheme amid middle class jobs bloodbath
The number on the dole has already tripled in the hardest-hit towns and cities. In the ten worst-affected areas there are 138,000 on out-of-work benefits - 75,000 more than before the pandemic.
Daily Mail. Monday, 26 Oct 2020.
- Parents of boy, nine, killed by falling locker have describe 'worst nightmare' of losing son
Leo Latifi, nine, was killed by a falling locker in Essex, on May 23 last year. His father, Eduart, 39, has described the horrific moment he found Leo pinned to the floor, covered in blood
Daily Mail. Sunday, 25 Oct 2020.
- Biosensors Printed Directly On Skin Bring Wearable Tech To Next Level
An innovative technique to print biosensors, which can measure body temperature and blood
oxygen saturation, directly onto the skin could help monitor hospitalized Covid-19 patients.
Forbes. Saturday, 24 Oct 2020.
- Covid blood plasma donation: What is blood plasma?
The NHS wants us to donate blood
plasma to help fight Covid-19. But why?
BBC News. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Doping Tests Are Returning, but It Might Be Too Late
The coronavirus pandemic made collecting blood
and urine samples extremely difficult. It also made 2020 an ideal opportunity for those who wanted to cheat.
New York Times. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Detectives solve Corstorphine Hill 'blood-stained' clothing mystery
A search was launched in the popular woodlands area in the west of Edinburgh after the grim find on Tuesday.
BBC News. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Key infected blood inquiry witness disagrees with compensation 'as it suggests liability'
A key witness giving evidence to the infected blood
inquiry was heckled with chants of "liar" and told the hearing she disagreed with compensating the victims of the scandal because it suggested "liability".
Sky News. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- High flavanol diet may lead to lower blood pressure
People who consume a diet including flavanol-rich foods and drinks, including tea, apples and berries, could lead to lower blood
pressure, according to the first study using objective measures of thousands of UK residents' diet.
Science Daily. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- The Blood-Broth Noodles at Pata Paplean Are Elusive No More
A bar in Elmhurst that sold sought-after bowls of Thai noodles for a few hours each weekend now relies on them full time to ride out the pandemic.
New York Times. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- New tool pulls elusive COVID-19 marker from human blood
Researchers have created a surface that repels every other element of human blood
except an elusive cytokine critical to understanding the progress of COVID-19 in individual patients.
Science Daily. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Cinedigm Acquires The Film Detective, Adds Two Channels, 3,000 Films And TV Series
Cinedigm said it is buying The Film Detective, whose film and TV library includes older classics such as Blood
and Sand, His Girl Friday, and The Road to Hollywood. The deal also brings two streaming channels.
Forbes. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- At Least 4 Teens Among The 35 People Shot In Bloody Chicago Weekend That Left 6 Dead
Another male, 30, was shot a total of nine times
Daily Caller. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- Great white shark devours seal, turns water bloody off Massachusetts beach
This was a bloody reminder just because summer is over that sharks are still lurking in the waters off Massachusetts.
Fox News. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- The Alley of Darkness in Lincoln Park offers COVID-19 friendly haunted house experience
What would a haunted house experience be without demons, zombies and copious amounts of fake blood? The Alley of Darkness has it covered.
ABC News. Sunday, 18 Oct 2020.
- Rubble, glass and blood stains: aftermath of Karabakh hospital bombing
Shattered window panes, doors ripped off their hinges and a caved-in roof is all that remains of one building in the military hospital complex in the mountainous Nagorno-Karabakh region after recent shelling.
Yahoo. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
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