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During the past decade, a growing body of research has shown air pollution harms older adults’ brains, contributing to cognitive decline and dementia. What hasn’t been clear is whether improving air quality would benefit brain health. But two studies published this year by researchers at six universities and the National Institute on Aging provide the
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Endpoint devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile phones enable users to connect to enterprise networks and use their resources for their day-to-day work. However, they also expand the attack surface and make the organisation vulnerable to malicious cyberattacks and data breaches. Why Modern Organisations Need EDR According to the 2020 global risk report by Ponemon
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In September, BLACKPINK delivered their sophomore album, Born Pink. The album finds the group slightly edgier and pinker than ever. Among the tracklist nestles “Tally” – an anthem for romantic liberation. Producer Soraya LaPread sat down with Rolling Stone to chat through the track’s formation and the powerful message BLACKPINK delivered with the song.
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Welcome, welcome to another edition of Riot Roundup! We’ve asked contributors to share the best comics, graphic novels, and manga they’ve read within the past few months. In this list, you’ll find everything from battles with mental illness to battles with literal devils, journeys of self-discovery and journeys through the cosmos. Some of the stories
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The great playwright Tom Stoppard and his simpatico director Patrick Marber make a lasting gift of remembrance in the brilliant, gorgeous and devastating new play Leopoldstadt, opening tonight at Broadway’s Longacre Theatre. But it’s a gift that comes with strings, ropes even, the author seems to be warning us: There’s burden attached to memory, and
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Youngsters compete in a potato sack race during the Pioneer Day event at Minnie Hill Palmer Homestead Acre at Chatsworth Park South October 2, 2022.(Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer) Visitors tour the historic Minnie Hill-Palmer Cottage during the Pioneer Day event at Minnie Hill Palmer Homestead Acre at Chatsworth Park South October 2, 2022.
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A social engineering campaign leveraging job-themed lures is weaponizing a years-old remote code execution flaw in Microsoft Office to deploy Cobalt Strike beacons on compromised hosts. “The payload discovered is a leaked version of a Cobalt Strike beacon,” Cisco Talos researchers Chetan Raghuprasad and Vanja Svajcer said in a new analysis published Wednesday. “The beacon
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