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Tiger Woods misses cut at Genesis Open while Rory McIlroy finishes day five off the pace

There was no Hollywood fairytale for Tiger Woods on Friday as he comfortably missed the halfway cut at the Genesis Open, following an error-strewn second round of 76 at Riviera. Even when he was winning tournaments for fun, Tiger never managed to...

yesterday, 01:46 in Sport
 

The sex tips to get pregnant: Experts explain how doing it twice in an hour - but not every day - and...

Lifting your legs, making love under a full moon, drinking cough syrup, having sex every day: there are all kinds of superstitious and strange practices meant to help couples conceive. While the vast majority of these fertility fixes are total...

yesterday, 01:05 in Health
 

Pigeons could help us fight disease if we track how they are affected by air pollution and other city...

Pigeons have earned a robust reputation for being dirty. But scientists claim the vilified creature could protect us from disease if we monitor how they are affected by pollution and toxins. In an unorthodox – but popular – suggestion, a researcher...

yesterday, 01:05 in Health
 

How witnessing violence harms children's mental health: The deadly school shooting in Florida could make...

When children learn about news like the deadly school shooting that claimed more than a dozen lives on February 14 2018, in Broward County, Florida, a logical question for them to ask is: Will the same thing happen to me? As researchers and clinicians...

yesterday, 01:05 in Health
 

An end to trial-and-error in the doctor's office? Scientists claim we will all have our stem cells stored...

Humans may one day have personal chips containing their own stem cells for labs to test - and scientists just need to draw a vial of blood to create it. The development could revolutionize the idea of 'personalized medicine' by allowing doctors to...

yesterday, 01:05 in Health
 

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho hoping duo Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera will recover from...

Jose Mourinho hopes to have Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera back in time for Manchester United's Champions League clash at Sevilla. The duo missed last weekend's 1-0 loss at Newcastle with unspecified muscular injuries and will again be absent as...

yesterday, 00:51 in Sport
 

Can YOU figure it out? Simple math riddle about a horse leaves social media users totally stumped

For some, math isn't an easy subject - especially when it involves a tricky riddle that seems to be stumping just about everyone.  Parenting website, Mumsnet, shared a simple math puzzle on Sunday that asked how much profit a man made (or if he broke...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

An end to trial-and-error in the doctor's office? Scientists claim we will all have our stem cells stored...

Humans may one day have personal chips containing their own stem cells for labs to test - and scientists just need to draw a vial of blood to create it. The development could revolutionize the idea of 'personalized medicine' by allowing doctors to...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

Listen to the eerie songs of endangered blue whales in the waters off California, as scientists reveal they...

New research has revealed sounds of endangered blue whales communicating with each other off the coast of Southern California. Scientists tagged some of the animals swimming near the Channel Islands with underwater microphones, which picked up on a...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

Internet users in an uproar after Google removes 'View Image' button from search results to make it more...

Google has made a big change to how its search results appear and internet users are enraged.  The tech giant announced on Thursday that it will no longer show a 'view image' option in its image search results. The button used to appear when users...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

Scientists create a new form of light in breakthrough that could pave the way for everything from...

It seems that light sabers might not remain science fiction forever. In a groundbreaking study, a team of researchers from MIT and Harvard created a new form of light that could be used to build light crystals someday in the future.  What's more...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

US unveils its newest unmanned dune buggy that will support its fleet of 'robotic killer Humvees'

The United States has unveiled its latest technological breakthrough – an all-terrain vehicle capable of driving itself while supporting the army’s newly tested ‘robotic killer Humvees.’ The new Polaris MRZR X is an optionally manned dune buggy ATV...

yesterday, 00:45 in Science &Technology
 

Monaco 4-0 Dijon: Keite Balde, Fabinho, Rony Lopes and Kamil Glik all score as Leonardo Jardim's men run...

Monaco solidified second position in Ligue 1 with a 4-0 rout over Dijon. Goals from Keite Balde, Fabinho, Rony Lopes and Kamil Glik earned a comfortable victory which moves them four points ahead of Marseille, who play on Sunday. Monaco had already...

yesterday, 00:10 in Sport
 

Leicester manager Claude Puel insists the Riyad Mahrez saga is now over after Algerian's successful return...

Claude Puel insists the Riyad Mahrez saga was put to bed once and for all with the reception the midfielder received from the Leicester fans on Friday night. Mahrez made his return to the starting line-up - and was back at the King Power Stadium - for...

yesterday, 00:10 in Sport
 

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers insists Europa League win over Zenit is his most satisfying European night of...

Brendan Rodgers has hailed Thursday's win over Zenit St Petersburg as the most satisfying European night of his tenure. Unfancied to progress in the Europa League on the back of three home defeats in the Champions League group stages, Celtic saw off...

Friday, 23:59 in Sport
 


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