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Newly filed amicus brief defends Binance despite terror links thumbnail

Newly filed amicus brief defends Binance despite terror links

Yet another ‘crypto’ advocacy group has come out of the woodwork to complain about the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) enforcement activity: this time, the Chamber of Digital Commerce, who filed an amicus brief in the SEC’s case against Binance and Changpeng Zhao urging the court to dismiss the SEC’s case because it says the regulator does not have jurisdiction
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How Newly Discovered Genes Might Fit Into Obesity

Please enable cookies. Error 1005 Ray ID: 80f18011fdd189f6 • 2023-10-01 03:08:17 UTC What happened? The owner of this website (www.webmd.com) has banned the autonomous system number (ASN) your IP address is in (47583) from accessing this website. Was this page helpful? Thank you for your feedback! Cloudflare Ray ID: 80f18011fdd189f6 • Your IP: 89.117.245.16 •
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Best Pet Supplies and Tips for Newly Adopted Cats and Dogs

I spoke with staff from Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in San Francisco—the shelter that WIRED art director Elena Lacey has fostered pups from. They offered a ton of advice and a peek at their take-home paperwork (you can find copies here) that can apply to all new pets, whether they're babies or seniors. The shelter…
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Newly diagnosed diabetes in COVID-19 patients may be transitory

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Many COVID-19 patients newly diagnosed with diabetes during hospital admission may in fact have a temporary form of the disease related to the acute stress of the viral infection and may return to normal blood sugar levels soon after discharge, a study by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has found. These patients…
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Newly discovered monster galaxy is the largest ever found

Home News (Image credit: Oei, et al/ArXiv) Galaxies are mind-bendingly big structures, but one recently discovered galaxy is an absolute colossus stretching millions of light years across despite having less mass than many of its counterparts.The galaxy in question, Alcyoneus, is a special type of galaxy known as a radio galaxy, defined by a unique…
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Newly Approved Drug Improves Sleep Onset in Insomnia

The newly approved insomnia drug daridorexant (Quviviq) improves sleep onset in adults, new phase 3 data suggest.   In the first of two studies, a 50-mg dose of daridorexant was associated with a reduction in latency to persistent sleep (LPS) of 11.7 minutes at month 3 vs placebo. The drug was also associated with improved…
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Newly discovered DNA repair mechanisms point to potential therapy targets for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases

3D-model of DNA. Credit: Michael Ströck/Wikimedia/ GNU Free Documentation License The DNA that lies tightly coiled in nearly every human cell is subjected to thousands of insults and injuries from within and without daily, which is why the human body has evolved multiple highly effective mechanisms for repairing DNA damage. "We have in place exquisite…
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3 newly discovered worlds risk doom orbiting too close to dying stars

Home News Science & Astronomy An artist's depiction of a hot Jupiter-sized exoplanet, like TOI-2337b, TOI-4329b or TOI-2669b, in orbit around an evolved, dying star. (Image credit: Karen Teramura/University of Hawaiʻi Institute for Astronomy) Astronomers have spotted three new exoplanets orbiting dangerously close to their parent stars, on the brink of extinction. The three exoplanets, named…
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