NBA schedule: LeBron vs. Steph on opening night, Ben Simmons’ Philly return among 10 early matchups to circle

NBA schedule: LeBron vs.  Steph on opening night, Ben Simmons' Philly return among 10 early matchups to circle

The 2022-23 NBA schedule was released on Wednesday (what portion of it wasn’t previously leaked, anyway), and naturally, we’re all running through it circling the matchups that stick out. Here are 10 to mark on your calendar through the first six weeks. Opening night. LeBron James will watch Stephen Curry receive his fourth championship ring, … Read more

‘Summer Camp Island’ Creator Reacts To HBO’s Max’s Decision To Pull Series – Deadline

Summer Camp Island

Summer Camp Island creator Julia Pott is sharing her disappointment with HBO Max’s decision to pull the series as part of an upcoming content purge in unscripted and animated genres. “We worked for five years to make 100 episodes of animation,” Pott wrote on Twitter. “We worked late into the night, we let ourselves go, … Read more

Mosquitoes Are Going to Get Us, No Matter What

Mosquitoes Are Going to Get Us, No Matter What

Nothing gets a female mosquito going quite like the stench of human BO. The chase can begin from more than 100 feet away, with a plume of breath that wafts carbon dioxide onto the nubby sensory organ atop the insect’s mouth. Her senses snared, she flies person-ward, until her antennae start to buzz with the … Read more

Brady Quinn absolutely obliterates Jets QB Zach Wilson

Brady Quinn absolutely obliterates Jets QB Zach Wilson

Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn isn’t hitching his wagon to the Zach Wilson love train. The Notre Dame alum, who played for seven seasons in the league before shifting to broadcasting, obliterated the Jets’ second-year signal-caller this week, lamenting he’s “not seen a quarterback get more love for doing less.” “Can we acknowledge, once again, … Read more

‘It’s so alien, I’ve never heard anything like it’: folk collective Heilung on recording the world’s oldest song | folk music

HASbout 300,000 years ago (give or take a few millennia), the human larynx dropped downwards, an evolutionary advance as vital in separating us from the apes as the development of opposable thumbs and a large cerebral cortex. It meant that our throats got larger, which enabled us to extend the sounds we could make beyond … Read more

Biden officials accelerating monkeypox vaccine effort with 1.8 million additional doses and other steps

Biden officials accelerating monkeypox vaccine effort with 1.8 million additional doses and other steps

That includes boosting supply with an additional 1.8 million doses of the Jynneos monkeypox vaccine, accelerating the US Department of Health and Human Services’ vaccine distribution timeline. HHS is also launching a new program aimed at making vaccines available and engaging with at-risk communities at large events attracting LGBTQ communities. And the administration is pre-positioning … Read more

Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 11 games, fined $5 million after settlement between NFL, NFLPA

Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 11 games, fined $5 million after settlement between NFL, NFLPA

The NFL and the NFL Players Association on Thursday reached a settlement in the Deshaun Watson disciplinary matter, agreeing that the Cleveland Browns quarterback will serve an 11-game suspension without pay after he was accused by more than two dozen women of sexual misconduct during massage sessions . Watson will also pay a fine of … Read more

Autism breakthrough as scientists find 70 genes ‘strongly linked’ to condition

Scientists are one step closer to solving the riddle of autism after discovering more than a hundred new genes linked to the condition

Autism breakthrough as scientists find 70 genes ‘strongly linked’ to condition US researchers looked at DNA of 150,000 people, 20,000 of whom had autism They identified the biological changes in the brain that contribute to autism They 70 genetic variants could pave way for new tests and treatments By Emily Craig Health Reporter For Mailonline … Read more