25 best games on Xbox Game Pass (January 2022)

2021 was a banner year for Xbox Game Pass, and 2022 is already looking promising. With Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda early last year, the service added a host of beloved games like Skyrim and Fallout 3. And with Microsoft’s recent announcement that it’s acquiring Activision Blizzard, Game Pass’ reputation as the best deal in video … Read more

Growth bargains, upbeat earnings boost Wall Street

The Nasdaq logo is displayed at the Nasdaq market site in Times Square in New York City, US, December 3, 2021. REUTERS/Gina Moon/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Passengers surge after reporting record quarterly profit Baker Hughes jumps after announcing fourth-quarter earnings Netflix reports quarterly results after market closes … Read more

Many COVID-19 vaccine side effects caused by placebo effect: Study

Side effects are less common than people think, experts say. January 20, 2022, 3:40 p.m. • 4 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Many continue to worry about the side effects of vaccines — especially COVID-19 vaccines — but new data from a comprehensive meta-analysis suggests there’s not much to worry about. … Read more

Cold case divers find missing woman’s car in Texas river — along with two other vehicles

Less than an hour after the search began, a team of cold case divers located three cars in the Brazos River in Texas, officials said Wednesday, including one driven by a woman who went missing more than four years ago. year. Waco police said Wednesday night that investigators confirmed the vehicle identification number recovered was … Read more

No amount of alcohol is good for the heart, new report says, but critics disagree on science

“At the World Heart Federation we decided that it was imperative that we speak out about alcohol and its harm to health, as well as the social and economic harm, because there is an impression among the general population, and even the healthcare professionals, it’s good for the heart,” said Beatriz Champagne, chair of the … Read more

Penn swimmer alleges Lia Thomas colluded with fellow transgender swimmer before race

In an exclusive interview with OutKick, a biological female member of Penn’s women’s swim said she believes her teammate, transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, colluded with transgender Yale swimmer Iszac Henig, who is transitioning from female to male. man, during a 100-meter freestyle race on January 8. . The swimmer, who was granted anonymity due to … Read more

M&Ms’ beloved characters are getting a new look

Chocolate anthropomorphic characters are made into candy, and the logo also gets tablet. But the most obvious change is in M&M’s six personalities: new shoes. Green swapped out her sneakers for sneakers. Brown wears low heels and is more sensible. Red and yellow shoes now have laces. Orange shoelaces It is no longer unrestricted. And … Read more

First Thing: Grisham tells of Trump’s ‘secret meetings’ in days before Capitol attack | US news

Hello. There was a lot of initial excitement surrounding the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol by securing the cooperation of the former White House press secretary and longtime insider. of Donald Trump, Stephanie Grisham. According to sources, Grisham told the committee that in the days leading up to … Read more

Cervical cancer: What are the signs and symptoms?

January marks Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Cervical cancer – which develops in a woman’s cervix – is the fourth most common cancer in women, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The agency reports that more than 300,000 women die from cervical cancer every year, and around 570,000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer globally … Read more