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    A NASA scientist has revealed a few reasons why we might find evidence of life on Mars or that ancient life once existed there. Dr. Moogega Cooper has been described as a real life 'Guardian of the Galaxy' and recently spoke to Talks at Google about her important role as a planetary protection engineer. 1Dr. Moogega Cooper has been described as a real life 'Guardian of the Galaxy'Credit: Nasa / Wikimedia Commons Dr. Cooper's job involves protecting planets from cross contamination and planning how to safely bring 'alien life' back to Earth. When asked whether she thought Mars has or once had life, Cooper's answer was positive. She said: "Did water used to exist on Mars? Yes. Does Mars have some interesting chemistry that could have potentially harboured or sustained life? Yes." For these reasons alone, Cooper implies that we can't rule out that life once existed on the Red Planet. Read more on spaceINCOMING! Asteroid almost twice size of Empire State Building to 'close approach' in WEEKSSTORMY SKIES Giant ball of 'solar plasma' launched to Earth after 'dead sunspot' exploded...
    A SURVEY of American exercise habits shows the average person has tried five different workout routines in the past two years – and is less likely to ditch their workout if they have a cheerleader. The poll, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Zhou Nutrition, surveyed 2,000 general population adults about their exercise habits and goals. 4Two-thirds of Americans would be more likely to work out with a partnerCredit: Getty 4Americans work out at home, and alone, more frequently todayCredit: Getty One in three Americans is unsatisfied with the amount of exercise they get. FLYING SOLO That may be because they're going it alone. About two-thirds (65%) of respondents said they’d be more willing to work out if they had someone there to support them. However, one-third of Americans work out alone more frequently than they did prior to March 2020. Over half of the respondents, 56 percent, said they prefer group workouts, including 27 percent who prefer to exercise with others. READ MORE ABOUT FITNESSHOME GYM The best at home workout apps to keep you fit if you don't want...
    RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, less than two weeks ago, issued a warning about a rise in Apple AirTag crimes. Authorities say criminals are using the small tracking devices to steal cars and even stalk their victims. Radnor Township police are looking into several suspicious incidents just this year. READ MORE: Family, Friends Will Hold Vigil Friday For 4-Year-Old Boy Shot, Killed In CoatesvilleIt’s a good idea intended to make lives easier — helping people find their phone, keys and even their furry friend — but this quarter-sized location tracking device may have already outpaced its consequences, leaving you and your family exposed. “Unfortunately, bad guys are just using them for bad reasons,” Radnor Township Det. T.J. Schreiber said. Schreiber is warning of an alarming trend of Apple AirTag crimes, where thieves hide the devices on a car or in someone’s purse or backpack, then track their victims, seeking to steal from or stalk their targets. “We had a family that was traveling over the holidays between Christmas and New Year’s park their car...
    LIFE stripped back to his flat’s four walls and hours spent looking at screens working from home, Daniel Sibal, 28, suddenly reached his limit.  “I had a panic attack at my desk,” he remembers. “I felt like I couldn’t breathe or focus. 3Daniel joined a running club after being signed off work with anxiety and depression - and it helped change everything for him 3Daniel is running 84km a week to raise awareness and funds to help prevent male suicideCredit: Patrick Cartwright "Everything on the screen in front me was blurred and I started crying for what felt like ages. “I had a tight feeling in my chest and it was like the walls were closing in. “I felt like I was in a box that was an inch from my body, that’s the only way I can describe it.” It was October 2020, eight months into the Covid pandemic and that moment at his desk saw Daniel being signed off work for seven months, and being diagnosed with panic, anxiety, stress and depression. “During that time out of...
    When you think about holiday shopping, your mind probably goes to big-box retailers before your neighborhood bookstore or antique shop. But in a time marked by widespread supply chain disruptions and inflation, underdog small businesses deserve our attention. Enter Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is an annual event created by American Express that encourages consumers to shop at small businesses during the busy holiday season. It takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving, which lands on Nov. 27 this year. Here’s why you should consider shopping small for the holidays, and what to expect. 1. MAIN STREET BUSINESSES NEED SUPPORT The pandemic hit businesses hard. Roughly 200,000 additional establishments — mostly small ones — permanently closed between March 2020 and February 2021, according to a Federal Reserve report. That’s on top of the pre-pandemic rate of roughly 600,000 annual closures. Many surviving businesses are still at risk, due to factors like deferred rent payments and overdue credit card bills. Your patronage could give them a fighting chance. “I think we have to ask ourselves as consumers, would...
    Fox News host Greg Gutfeld said Friday that CNN had ignored and even covered up violent crime for political reasons. Referencing a Thursday evening shooting in Washington, D.C. — which CNN’s Jim Acosta witnessed — Gutfeld argued that the network had done its best to dismiss spikes in violent crime until they had landed so close to home. (RELATED: ‘Any Sane Person Would Say Hell No’: Greg Gutfeld Says White House Can’t Be Trusted To Identify ‘Misinformation’) WATCH: “You know I don’t like to swear in the 5:00 hour, but I don’t know if you can find a larger ass than Jim Acosta. CNN has been engaging in a cover-up of violent crime for quite a while,” Gutfeld began, arguing that the move had been politically motivated. “There were people dying, and they were laughing about it. Those two clowns Cuomo and Lemon were actually — they were mocking people concerned. They were laughing about it,” Gutfeld continued, going on to argue that no one really seemed concerned about the violence until it was in their own back...
    Losing weight can be difficult. Ute Grabowsky/ Getty Insider spoke with health experts to find out why some people diet but never see results. They said people need to eat the right healthy foods and switch up their workouts.  It's all about finding the right balance that works for your body.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dieting is never easy, but all the challenges should be worth it when you feel better and see results. For some people, though, those results never come, even if they're putting in the effort.  Insider spoke to CEO and founding dietitian at New York Nutrition Group Lisa Moskovitz and fitness expert and author of "Finding Your Fit" Kathleen Trotter to find out why some people are not seeing the expected results from their diets.
    February 19, 2021 3:34 PM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. Investors from Latin America are once again looking to invest in real estate in the US to take advantage of the appreciation of the real estate market and benefit from low interest rates in an environment marked by the more positive attitude towards Latin Americans of the Joe Biden Administration. To the surprise of many, the pandemic did not wipe out the international real estate market in the United States. “It has been an unimaginable surprise for me to see that my sales have increased since the pandemic began,” said Alan Medellín, who from Bogotá (Colombia) sells furnished apartments in a resort called The Grove Resort & Water Park, near Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida). The pandemic gives good surprises “Suddenly clients began to reach me, not only from Colombia but also from Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Chile,” says the real estate agent in statements provided by the communication agency Top of Mind. Medellín highlights that “the fact that today we can do virtually everything, from showing...
    Legislators aim to punish schools teaching 1619 Project Biden confronts China’s Xi in first call 5 Reasons to Dump Your Financial Advisor Financial advisors aren’t going to show up at your door with flowers and chocolate, but yours should be wooing you with sound advice and solid portfolio returns. If not, it might be time to break up. © Kiersten Essenpreis for Money Fire-Your-Financial-Advisor The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 both ended 2020 with record highs and have continued their streak into 2021; a well-diversified portfolio will reflect that. If your returns are negative or lower than they should be, reconsider the investment advice you’re getting. But it’s not just about returns. There are many other reasons people seek financial advice, from estate planning to tax preparation, and if you’re not getting what you need, it’s time to say goodbye. Here’s how to know it’s time to find a new financial advisor, and how to make the switch. Should I get a new financial advisor? Here are some reasons experts say you should find a new...
    What is systemic racism? Democrat Rep. Ro Khanna wants Biden administration to consider giving COVID-19 vaccine as single dose Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Seniors Are Getting These Unsold 2020 SUVs For Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Prostock-studio / Shutterstock.com 10 Reasons You Spend So Much on Amazon For Amazon regulars, it’s pretty hard to imagine what the coronavirus pandemic would have been like without the convenience of that ginormous online marketplace. To get an idea of Amazon’s place in American life, consider this: More than 80% of American households have an Amazon Prime membership, says Scott Galloway, professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business. That, he tweets, is “more than voted in the 2016 election, have a pet, attend church or decorate a Christmas tree.” It’s so easy to shop and buy from the giant retailer that users...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Many people are rightly concerned about the riots at the U.S. Capitol Building on Wednesday, but beyond the darkness of division, some people see a ray of light and a reason to hope. At Fordham Prep in the Bronx, a teacher read Scripture in the third-floor chapel, words of healing and unity transmitted to students in classrooms and those learning at home, bringing light after a dark day in our nation’s civic life. “This was a violent attack on democracy without precedent in our country. It was destruction fueled by anger and chaos,” Principal Dr. Joseph Petriello said. Senior Alec Bastone says it was important to pray for the nation after the riots at a place where American democracy is enshrined. “It was our job to get across a message that we need to bring upon a sense of unity and a sense of community and peace and love,” he said. RELATED STORY: Sen. Schumer Says President Trump Should Be Removed From Office Under 25th Amendment “These kids are living through a pandemic. What’s going on...
    East preview: Heat returning champs, but have challengers Holiday Gifts for Someone You Dont Know Very Well These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © SFIO CRACHO / Shutterstock.com 7 Tips for Job Searching During the Holidays This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.com. The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the year, but for many people, it’s also the busiest. If you happen to be searching for a job during the holidays, you may think that means the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day are a perfect time to take a break from your job search. But in reality, the opposite may be the case. For a variety of reasons, this could be the perfect time to ramp up your job-seeking efforts....
    If you learn anything from this pandemic, it should be that time is a precious thing. We’ve spent so many days, weeks and hours inside our homes, missing time with friends, family and colleagues. Time is something we cannot get back, and it’s something that should be valued. Time is almost here for MLB’s 60-game season. If you haven’t drafted, time is almost up. Just make sure you make every pick count, it has to. You don’t have 162 games to make up for mistakes. You have to find players, especially late in the draft, who can contribute on any given day. That is why Roto Rage would like to turn your attention to 26-year-old Rockies outfielder Sam Hilliard. In Hilliard’s first taste of the majors last year (27 games) in Colorado, he went 21-for-77 (.273) with seven homers, 13 RBIs, 13 runs scored, a 1.006 OPS, and he stole two bases. The fact Hilliard will play half his games at Coors Field is a huge bonus. He hit .318 with five home runs, eight RBIs, 11 runs,...
    If you learn anything from this pandemic, it should be that time is a precious thing. We’ve spent so many days, weeks and hours inside our homes, missing time with friends, family and colleagues. Time is something we cannot get back, and it’s something that should be valued. Time is almost here for MLB’s 60-game season. If you haven’t drafted, time is almost up. Just make sure you make every pick count, it has to. You don’t have 162 games to make up for mistakes. You have to find players, especially late in the draft, who can contribute on any given day. That is why Roto Rage would like to turn your attention to 26-year-old Rockies outfielder Sam Hilliard. In Hilliard’s first taste of the majors last year (27 games) in Colorado, he went 21-for-77 (.273) with seven homers, 13 RBIs, 13 runs scored, a 1.006 OPS, and he stole two bases. The fact Hilliard will play half his games at Coors Field is a huge bonus. He hit .318 with five home runs, eight RBIs, 11 runs,...
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