YouTube recently announced a new feature called ‘Hype’, designed to provide more community support to small content creators. This new program is being tested in select regions and aims to boost the rankings of videos that receive ‘Hype’ from viewers. The platform is constantly evolving to provide more tools and opportunities for content creators to
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang recently spoke at the opening of the World Economic Forum’s “Summer Davos” meeting in Dalian, China, where he defended his country’s technological development. He emphasized that China’s rapid rise in new industries is rooted in its unique comparative advantages. These advantages include a large market, industrial network, labor force, diverse application
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The Hollywood Walk of Fame is buzzing with excitement as the Class of 2025 has been revealed. The star-studded list of honorees includes iconic names from various fields such as film, television, music, sports, and more. This prestigious honor is a testament to the incredible talent and contributions of these individuals to the entertainment industry.
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Disrupted circadian rhythms in cognitively normal adults have been found to be associated with higher subsequent amyloid-beta levels. This relationship is particularly strong in APOE4 carriers and remains consistent even after excluding participants with baseline Alzheimer’s pathology. The findings from a recent study shed light on the potential impact of fragmented 24-hour activity rhythms on
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The ongoing problems with the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid have had serious repercussions on the rate of completion by high school seniors. As of June 14, only 45% of the high school class of 2024 has managed to complete the FAFSA, marking a significant decline compared to the rates for the class
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