Winners and losers from an NFL and college football betting standpoint as September winds down

For FrontPageBets Every NFL team will pay for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s anger issues. Nine home underdogs came into NFL Week 3 games on Sunday chasing the number. More than half – the Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos – not only covered the number, but cashed money line tickets. … Read more

Population-level variation in enhancer expression identifies disease mechanisms in the human brain

Schizophrenia Working Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium. Biological insights from 108 schizophrenia-associated genetic loci. Nature 511, 421–427 (2014). PubMed Central  Article  CAS  Google Scholar  Visscher, P. M. et al. 10 years of GWAS discovery: biology, function, and translation. Am. J. Hum. Genet. 101, 5–22 (2017). CAS  PubMed  PubMed Central  Article  Google Scholar  Sullivan, P. … Read more

Nikki Glaser on Comedy, Mental Health, and Undergoing Vocal Surgery

The moment Nikki Glaser opens the door to the green room at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles, Jeff Garlin, Larry David’s longtime sidekick on Curb Your Enthusiasm, heralds her arrival in his signature booming rasp. “Nikki!” Garlin bellows. “Did I tell you what Stephen said about you?” Garlin is referring to his friend Stephen … Read more

Seniors home health care crisis deepened by covid labor shortage

While more elderly seek home care to age in place, low-wage workers are finding easier jobs with equal or better pay in retail and restaurants September 25, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. EDT Acey Hofflander, 85, shares sections of the daily newspaper with her husband, Tom, 88, in their Richfield, Minn., home on September 14. (Annabelle … Read more

Walter Hill Made ‘The Warriors’. Now He’s Back, Guns Blazing, With the Western ‘Dead for a Dollar.’

At last month’s Venice Film Festival, Walter Hill received the Cartier Glory to the Filmmaker Award for his illustrious writing and directing career. Nonetheless, 50 years since his screenplay for The Getaway propelled him on his celebrated professional path, the artist remains a maestro of modern genre storytelling, as evidenced by his newest feature, Dead … Read more

SARS-CoV-2 Mutations Responsible for Immune Evasion Leading to Breakthrough Infection

Background and objectives: India had faced a devastating second outbreak of COVID-19 infection, in which a majority of the viral sequences were found to be of the B.1.617.2 lineage (Delta-variant). While India and the world focused on vaccination, reports of vaccine-immunity evasion by the virus, termed “breakthrough cases”, emerged worldwide. Our study was focused on … Read more

World Cup 2022: Just how many have died so Qatar can host this winter’s tournament?

Rup Chandra Rumba was a 27-year-old scaffolder from Nepal working on a World Cup 2022 stadium site when, in 2019, he died of ‘cardio respiratory failure due to natural cause’. Mr Rumba, who had a medical certificate saying he was healthy, died in accommodation not cleared as fit for human habitation. Through no fault of … Read more

Rolling Stone editor reveals life in the office was more rock’n’roll than the stars they wrote about

When imperious Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner sent his staff on an assignment, he always made one thing clear — the magazine that saw itself as the bible of rock music demanded the definitive story on its biggest stars. Even so, it seemed clear to him that his favourite photographer, Annie Leibovitz, might have gone beyond … Read more

Scotland’s defenders of the seas: the volunteers standing up for sea life | Environmental activism

Scotland’s coastal waters are in trouble. They contain some of the world’s richest and most diverse marine life: bottlenose dolphins, porpoises, minke whales and orcas are among 20 cetacean species found along its coast, while seagrass and kelp forests host otters, octopus, lobsters, sea urchins and squid. But these waters are vulnerable. A sobering assessment … Read more

Ryan Nembhard is no stranger to the hype Creighton is getting. He’s been there before

On Montverde Academy basketball’s picture day in 2019, 16-year-old Ryan Nembhard stood centered among the group as the glaring outlier. His small frame left his head level with his teammates’ chins, his shoulders adjacent to their chests. To his right were two eventual NBA draft picks. To his left, three. In total, four first-rounders — three … Read more