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    A DENTIST has revealed the serious conditions they can spot during a check up. These illnesses don't involve your teeth but can be spotted when you visit the dentist. 1Dentists can spot health conditions that could be fatal if left untreatedCredit: Alamy It's recommended to have a teeth screening every six months to look after your oral health, but it's also helpful to keep tabs on your overall health. Dr Azad Eyrumlu, co-founder of leading private dental firm Banning Dental Group, said: “While teeth and gum health are the primary focus when you visit the dentist, there are a range of other potential problems we look out for too. “While a doctor should always be your first port of call if you think there might be something wrong with your general health, it’s not uncommon for a dentist to pick up early health signs you might not have noticed yourself. “We’re trained to look out for potential problems such as swollen lymph nodes, bone density loss, irregular oral tissues and unexpected lesions in the mouth. "We look for abnormalities in...
    Getty Golden State Warriors big man Draymond Green tries to pass around Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers. In the wake of reports that the Pacers are finally looking to blow it up in Indy, talk of the Golden State Warriors making a play for big man Myles Turner has been given new life. However, not everyone is buying the notion that the Warriors would give up James Wiseman — the likely price to play — in a deal. For his part, team insider Tim Kawakami says that the Warriors are “absolutely, positively” not trading the former No. 2 overall pick. And while he gave a number of reasons for reaching that conclusion, one worth noting was that the club looks to be satisfied with its center position as is. Via The Athletic: The Warriors have closed with Draymond [Green] at center in the biggest games for years and aren’t about to stop doing it now… Also, while [Kevon] Looney has his obvious weaknesses as an offensive player and when matched against larger centers, Steve Kerr is more than...
    Getty Golden State Warriors big man Draymond Green tries to pass around Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers. In the wake of reports that the Pacers are finally looking to blow it up in Indy, talk of the Golden State Warriors making a play for big man Myles Turner has been given new life. However, not everyone is buying the notion that the Warriors would give up James Wiseman — the likely price to play — in a deal. For his part, team insider Tim Kawakami says that the Warriors are “absolutely, positively” not trading the former No. 2 overall pick. And while he gave a number of reasons for reaching that conclusion, one worth noting was that the club looks to be satisfied with its center position as is. Via The Athletic: The Warriors have closed with Draymond [Green] at center in the biggest games for years and aren’t about to stop doing it now… Also, while [Kevon] Looney has his obvious weaknesses as an offensive player and when matched against larger centers, Steve Kerr is more than...
    After nearly 15 years of delays and technical problems, the new Russian space laboratory NOCA is connected today International Space Station (ISS), as announced by the Russian space agency Roscosmos. “The connection of the powerful Noka Laboratory with the ISS Svesta operating system has been confirmed,” the service said on Twitter. “We have contact!” Dmitry Rokosin, director of Roscosmos, welcomed the first merger of a Russian space laboratory with the ISS after 11 years in his role. The service clarified in its announcement that the systems were operating normally, based on telemetry data and reports from the ISS team. However, for the Nauka station to be fully operational, “currents” will take place over many months and many places. The Proton-M rocket, launched on July 21 from the Russian Pykonor Cosmotrome in Kazakhstan, was used by the scientific laboratory ISS. The move was eagerly monitored by the European Space Agency because Noka, among other things, is carrying its own equipment, the ERA robotic arm, which will be placed on its exterior. Nauka (meaning “science” in Russian) is basically a laboratory boat,...
    Former Whitewater independent counsel Ken Starr spoke Friday about his new book, "Religious Liberty In Crisis" in an interview on "Your World with Neil Cavuto." Starr, an attorney by trade, told Cavuto that the governmental lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic stripped people in many areas from their power to exercise organized religion freely, or at least restricted it somewhat. He contrasted today's political leaders' view of religious liberty with that of the Founders, whom he noted invoked such freedoms in almost everything they did. "We have huge problems. The founding generation had a benevolent view of the role of faith in American life. The very first Congress, the same Congress that passed the First Amendment and presented to the states for debate and ratification also passed the Northwest Ordinance to govern Ohio and Indiana...." "Religion, morality and knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged," Starr said, quoting the ordinance governing the then-territories of today's Midwest. SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST CALIFORNIA'S LIMITS ON IN-HOME RELIGIOUS GATHERINGS "That was the law of the land but it also reflected the first two...
    Former Obama campaign manager Jim Messina broke down Monday why he thinks the Democratic Party is losing support from a large portion of Latino voters. Messina argued to host Joe Scarborough on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that Democrats have “messaging problems” with Latinos, and cited specific reasons why Democrats performed more poorly with Latinos in 2020 than in previous elections. (RELATED: Dems Need ‘A Wake-Up Call’: Former Obama Campaign Manager Messina Warns Of Future Party Losses) Scarborough began by noting that Democrats saw Latino voter loss in various regions nationwide in 2020, not just in the Miami-Dade area. He argued that while former President Donald Trump campaigned a lot in the Miami area, the Latino voter loss seen in less competitive areas was due to issues like concerns over socialism. “I agree. I think there’s a couple of things to unpack here. The first is our inability to canvass … We were not on the doors talking to these voters as they were deciding,” Messina responded. “The second, the Democratic Party has got to get around to the notion...
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    Lewis Hamilton celebrated his seventh championship in style, with a wonderful drive in the Turkish GP. Starting from an unfamiliar P6, he went all the way on his existing set of tires, and won the race. Following the race, he had mentioned his family’s contribution to his racing career. And how they had all helped him become a better driver and person in life, en route to attaining so much success. Speaking in an interview, Hamilton opened up about his family and how they are growing together. Especially during a strange and difficult year, which has been hugely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Lewis Hamilton says things are not always ‘glorious’ with his family Hamilton is quoted as saying, “We are quite a loving family, but we have our own problems just like every family. Family can be a pain in the arse, you know! You don’t get to choose your family, they’re with you from the start of your life to the end of your life, along the journey.” “We’ve had our humps, we’ve had our bumps and bruises....
    The Clippers have some major chemistry problems, and it stems from Kawhi Leonard. The Los Angeles Clippers were among the title favorites for the 2019-20 NBA season, but they were booted out of the playoffs in embarrassing fashion after blowing a 3-1 series lead to the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference semifinals that ultimately led to Doc Rivers’ dismissal as head coach. Chemistry issues were cited as one of the main reasons LA didn’t work this year, and the latest buzz confirms that theory several times over. According to Jovan Buha of The Athletic, key role players like Patrick Beverley, Lou Williams, and Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell were a bit ticked off at the fact Kawhi Leonard was allowed to sit out games whenever he wanted in the name of load management. Leonard could also reportedly live in his hometown of San Diego, which often made him late for team flights, and dictate to Rivers when he wanted to be pulled from games. "Players like Patrick Beverley, Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams—Clippers bedrocks before the arrival...
    White House economic adviser Peter Navarro said people are too focused on having conversations about race relations. During a CNN interview on Tuesday morning, the economist and author shared an anecdote about his "awakening" on race and his thoughts on the recent spotlight on social injustice following the death of George Floyd. "My awakening on the race issue was when I was 8 years old in a Woolworth’s store in West Palm Beach, Florida, when I walked over, and I took a drink from the colored water fountain because I wanted to see colored water. And this woman came up to me and just gently said, 'you can’t — can’t drink from that.' I go, 'Why?' She says that’s for colored people," he said. "That didn't make any sense to me." "I'm a Californian. We don't see race out there," Navarro added. "So, you know it's like I live my life in a race-blind world, and it troubles me that we have so much of this discussion when, in fact, we have got real problems in this country." John Berman,...
    In America, problems are not solved “via mob rule,” Army veteran Rob Smith told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday in the wake of destructive protests in Madison, Wis., and Washington, D.C. Hundreds of troops with the Washington, D.C., National Guard have mobilized to protect monuments in the nation's capital, a Pentagon spokesperson has confirmed. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt requested the action earlier this week, as protesters target statues and other historical markers during ongoing demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd’s police custody death in Minneapolis at the end of May. Protesters on Monday attempted to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square by the White House. The Lincoln Memorial and WWII Memorial were also defaced in earlier protests. “I do understand that there is a legitimate conversation to be had about the historical context of some of these statues, but I also understand that this is America. We do not solve problems via mob rule,” said Smith, the spokesperson for Turning Point USA, a non-profit organization with the goal of educating students to promote freedom. Video“What we do is we actually bring up the legitimate concerns …...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Election reform would make the November general election more inclusive and fair, advocates said at a press conference led by Public Advocate Jumaane Williams this morning. Williams was joined by advocates from Common Cause New York calling for the Board of Elections to correct problems with mail-in balloting, and bringing voting up to speed so that the maximum number of people eligible to vote are able to do so in November and avoid voters being “disenfranchised.” No, not pizza reform, but election reform is key to Public Advocate Williams for November. (Photo by Todd Maisel) Williams said he was concerned about what many New Yorkers experienced at the polls on primary day, nearly canceled because of COVID-19, but kept in place by the courts. Despite polls being open, more than 2 million people voted by paper ballot, something Williams would like continued for the general election. He understood that the Board of Elections was working under hardship conditions because of COVID-19,...
    Caitlin McGarryJust now•Filed to:WWDC 2020WWDC 2020AppleiPadSaveScreenshot: Apple It seemed like Apple completely reinvented the way we used iPads with the recent iPadOS 13 upgrade that added support for trackpads and mice. But now iPadOS 14 is here. It’s not quite the overhaul that iPadOS 13 was, but the update adds a few useful features that could make it easier to get work done on your iPad. The biggest is perhaps Sidebar, which makes it easier to navigate and organize apps like Photos, Notes, and Files. The sidebar in Apple Music lets you jump between your playlists and the full-screen music player. Calls are no longer full-screen, which means you can actually multi-task while making calls on your iPad. (This feature is also coming to iPhones with iOS 14.) Search in iPadOS also gets a lil refresh: Just start typing and you can look through apps or browse the web directly from your home screen. Apple also added new features to Apple Pencil, the biggest of which is Scribble: Simply start writing on-screen in any text field or note-taking app....
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