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Terry Francona still not managing Indians due to medical condition

Indians manager Terry Francona remains absent from the team to get rest while dealing with a gastrointestinal issue that he’s battled for months. Francona will miss his fourth straight game

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Organoids help bridge gap between laboratory study and animal modeling of colorectal cancer

Scientists at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) have biofabricated human colorectal cancer miniature organs, called organoids, to better understand how a tumor grows in its natural microenvironment

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Trump says he may suspend payroll tax himself

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he may suspend the payroll tax himself as part of his administration’s efforts to help the economy after the coronavirus shutdown, after the

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TikTok has a bold new plan to win over regulators

Programming note: It’s time for our summer vacation! The stretch between January and today is the longest uninterrupted period we have ever written The Interface, and so we’re taking a

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‘He’s daddy’s hero’: 9-year-old saves injured dad from drowning after diving accident in Florida

Asaih Williams didn’t stop to think when his dad dove into the Santa Rosa Sound and failed to emerge for several seconds. “All I remember was that he said he

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Braves place Adams, Albies on IL, reinstate Markakis

The Atlanta Braves are facing lineup changes after placing second baseman Ozzie Albies and designated hitter Matt Adams on the 10-day injured list. In another move on Wednesday, outfielder Nick

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Researchers discover molecule that may be linked to athletic performance

Carnosine and its precursor beta-alanine increase muscle strength, and have recently become extremely popular as dietary supplements in competitive sports. Researchers at University of Bergen, Norway, have recently discovered an

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BMW loses almost $800 million as sales slide during lockdowns

BMW (BMWG.DE) expects to make a profit this year if demand continues to recover, despite posting a record loss for its car division in the second quarter after sales slumped

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Chrome’s autofill is getting more secure and convenient

Google is updating its Chrome browser to let you automatically enter saved passwords and credit card details into forms more easily and securely, the company has announced. The browser will

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Pensacola sisters on mission to help give every student a mask for back-to-school

Sister of Hope, an organization started by the Scott sisters, has a new mission — to give every student in the community a mask for back-to-school. They’ll start handing masks

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