Study ties blood type to COVID-19 risk; O may help, A hurt

A genetic analysis of COVID-19 patients suggests that blood type might influence whether someone develops severe disease. Scientists who compared the genes of thousands of patients in Europe found that those who had Type A blood were more likely to have severe disease while those with Type O were less likely. Wednesday’s report in the […]

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‘The Bold Type’ star Melora Hardin dishes on directing debut

Melora Hardin, who stars as magazine editor Jacqueline Carlyle in “The Bold Type,” makes her debut behind the camera in Thursday’s episode. Now in its fourth season (Thursdays at 9 p.m.), the Freeform drama follows staffers at fictional women’s magazine Scarlet — including Jaqueline, writer Jane Sloan (Katie Stevens, “Faking It”), social media director Kat […]

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‘The Bold Type’ Boss Teases Jane’s Struggle With ‘Emotional Scars,’ Sutton’s ‘Challenges’ & More

‘The Bold Type’ returns for season 4B on June 11. HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the showrunner about Jane’s life after her mastectomy, Sutton and Richard’s married life, the fallout of Kat’s decision, and more. The Bold Type season 4A finale ended with so many major moments. Sutton and Richard got married, Jane ended things with […]

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Cara Delevingne & Ashley Benson Keep Intimate Pics Post-Split | Daily Pop | E! News

To keep or delete? Some people are feeling some type of way about the former couple leaving intimate pics of each other on their respective social media pages. Watch! #CaraDelevingne #ENews #DailyPop #AshleyBenson Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for the Hollywood headlines, stay for the hot takes […]

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Rob Blake: Kings will ‘find positives’ in otherwise meaningless games if season resumes

They were the type of questions Rob Blake has likely never needed to answer before. The Hall of Fame former player and third-year Kings general manager was asked during a Wednesday conference call: Why should his team keep playing if the NHL’s delayed season resumed? What would his organization, long out of the playoff picture […]

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Doctors Without Patients: ‘Our Waiting Rooms Are Like Ghost Towns’

Autumn Road in Little Rock, Ark., is the type of doctor’s practice that has been around long enough to be treating the grandchildren of its eldest patients. For 50 years, the group has been seeing families like Kelli Rutledge’s. A technician for a nearby ophthalmology practice, she has been going to Autumn Road for two […]

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Joe Douglas’ NFL Draft ‘sweet spot’ is key to Jets turnaround

April 19, 2020 | 6:47pm Joe Douglas looks like a grinder. He’s a sleeves-rolled-up type of guy, unafraid to do the little things. Former Jets coach Herman Edwards used to talk a lot about “doing the corners,’’ a reference to the importance of making sure every little detail has been addressed. Douglas looks like a […]

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‘The Bold Type’s Katie Stevens & Meghann Fahy Tease Jane’s Decision & Sutton’s Bachelorette Party

Big, bold things are happening for Jane, Kat, and Sutton on ‘The Bold Type.’ HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Katie Stevens and Meghann Fahy about Jane’s BRCA-1 decision and Sutton’s upcoming wedding. The Bold Type is well into season 4 and it’s better than ever. The hit Freeform show continues to bring us stellar episodes week […]

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Dogs can detect heat with ‘infrared sensor’ in their nose, research finds

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Dogs have a type of infrared sensor in the tip of their nose which enables them to detect minute changes in temperature such as when other animals are nearby, according to new research. Scientists at Sweden’s Lund University and Hungary’s Eotvos Lorand University say the discovery can help better understand how predators […]

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