Tom Brady says the shoulder ‘feels good’ and will play on Sunday

Tampa, Florida – Despite suffering some discomfort in his right shoulder and finger which forced him to miss Wednesday’s training, the quarterback Tom Brady He said he will play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons as the Buccaneers attempt 2-2 to secure their first home win of the season. “It feels great,” Brady said Thursday with … Read more

2023 Cadillac GTB ‘Keeps You Awake’

After the final race at the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s DPi in Atlanta Road, Cadillac, BMW and Acura stayed for a long test at the 2.54-mile road track. Meanwhile, the new Cadillac crossed the 11,000-kilometre (6,835-mile) mark in terms of track distance covered during its development. “The car is powerful,” said Sebastien Pordes, who will … Read more

How do schools teach students?

Climate change is no longer a remote problem for the next generation to tackle. The effects of climate change on Cape Cod and the islands are already evident, with summer drought and storm erosion threatening homes and more reports of dolphin stranding and other threatened marine life. So how do local schools prepare today’s youth … Read more

Nature Maps’ proposed ‘carbon law’ elicits key solutions to saving our planet

According to a new report from Conservation International, preventing extreme levels of warming in the coming years depends as much on how we protect, manage and restore natural ecosystems, as in phasing out fossil fuels. The organization’s “Exponential Roadmap: Natural Climate Solutions” seeks to formalize a new “carbon law” for nature, to be adopted by … Read more

Researchers identify a new gene implicated in a rare lysosomal storage disorder

In a rare disease called type 2 mucolipidemia, people’s hearts and stomachs swell, and their bones are deformed. Lysosomal storage disorder, myxomatosis type II causes edema of internal organs and skeletal dysplasia. Children diagnosed with the genetic disease often die before they reach the age of seven. Now, University of Michigan researchers have identified a … Read more

Acadiana Wildlife Conservator Needs Help

The State Humane Society is asking Acadiana to help rehabilitate our wildlife, and they are willing to match the contributions. Since 1998, Letitia Labbie has operated Acadiana Wildlife Education & Reification in Youngsville. Acadiana Wildlife’s mission is to treat injured or orphaned wildlife in southern Louisiana, where the facility receives more than 200 “patients” each … Read more

Healthcare – Biden takes action on federal marijuana convictions

The Trailer teaser The upcoming “Super Mario Bros. Movie” has been dropped and fans have already been split over some of the filmmaking decisions. Today in the health field, President Biden announced that he will pardon all federal offenses of petty marijuana possession and will also consider rescheduling the drug altogether. Plus: The CDC won’t … Read more

La Jolla Group offers a pickle ball tournament to support children’s mental health services

Looking to raise funds to expand child psychiatric services at Rady Children’s Hospital, the La Jolla Hospital Auxiliary Unit will present a pickle ball tournament dubbed “Dinking for Dollars” on Saturday, October 15. The event will be from 5-8:30 p.m. at Bobby Riggs Racket & Paddle, 875 Santa Fe Drive, Encinitas. It will feature tournament-style … Read more