Day: March 23, 2020

THE 16 MOST ICONIC FOODS TO EAT IN ITALY

The most difficult thing about eating in Italy is that you can’t try everything. Every day you have a finite number of meals, and a finite amount of space in your stomach, whereas there seem to be an infinite number of Italian dishes that you “absolutely need to try”. From regional specialties to the finest seasonal delicacies, you […]

NBA orders teams to close practice, training facilities indefinitely

While the NBA remains shut down due to the coronavirus, with seven players having tested positive, NBA teams have been able to keep their practice and training facilities open to players. That meant players could come in and work out in limited numbers at a time, in what the league called a “one player, one […]

Oral Cancer: Early Signs, Symptoms and Preventive Measures

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), World Health Organization (WHO) and Globocan 2018 survey, India accounts for one-third of all oral cancer cases in the world with nearly 2 lakh new cases registered every year. Oral cancer occurs in the tissues of the oral cavity or mouth (begins at the lips […]

Deutsche Bank warns virus may ‘materially’ impact targets

Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) said on Friday that the impact of the coronavirus outbreak may affect the lender’s ability to meet its financial targets as the fragile bank undergoes a major revamp after years of losses. The warning is the first time that Germany’s largest lender has sounded the alarm on the outbreak, which has upended […]

Samsung’s Galaxy M21 is its latest affordable handset for the Indian market

Samsung has announced the Galaxy M21, a new handset for the Indian market, which will cost 12,999 rupees (around $175), GSMArena reports. It’s the successor to last year’s Galaxy M20, and it’s another attempt by Samsung to win back buyers from Chinese rivals whose phones have stolen market share from the world’s largest handset maker. […]

Wuhan study offers new insight into fatality rate of coronavirus

About 1.4 percent of people in Wuhan, China, who became ill with the coronavirus died, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Nature. The finding is consistent with a study from last month which also found the case fatality rate — or the number of deaths divided by the number of diagnosed cases […]