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All the Marvelous Cosplay We Spotted at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Day 2

You wanted the cosplay, you’ve got the cosplay! San Diego Comic-Con is now in full swing, and fans are out in force with their best looks. Our latest video and photos highlight folks serving total cosplay realness on the con floor and around San Diego. Get ready: These cosplayers are bringing their A-game.

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More women using cannabis daily before and during pregnancy, despite current advice to avoid cannabis exposure during pregnancy, finds a new study (n=276,991 pregnant women) in Northern California over 9 years, which found that cannabis use has increased over time.

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Saturday’s Best Deals: Ring Gear, Electric Insect Repellent, Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, And More

An electronic insect repeller, Dyson’s latest vacuum, and an essential 30 oz. tumbler lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.

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Yes, There Is a Bathtub in Netflix’s The Witcher

Eagle-eyed viewers might have noticed Geralt (Henry Cavill) and Yennefer at what appears a masquerade sex party in Netflix’s first The Witcher trailer. But apparently, that’s not going to be the only nudity on the show. There’s a certain bathtub. You may have heard of it. And yes, it’s making a comeback—in a manner of…

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The delivery method of twins may play a role in their neuropsychological development. A correlation has been discovered for the first time between twins born by cesarean section, and lower intellectual level and cognitive development, compared to twins born via vaginal delivery.

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Unlicensed “health coach” claims health advice is free speech—court disagrees. The judge noted that the “health coach” was free to offer pro bono advice. States do indeed have the right to require that anyone charging for health and medical services.

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Apollo 11 Landing Panorama

Have you seen a panorama from another world lately? Assembled from high-resolution scans of the original film frames, this one sweeps across the magnificent desolation of the Apollo 11 landing site on the Moon’s Sea of Tranquility. The images were taken by Neil Armstrong looking out his window of the Eagle Lunar Module fifty years ago, shortly after the July 20, 1969 landing. The frame at the far left (AS11-37-5449) is the first picture taken by a person on another world. Toward the south, thruster nozzles can be seen in the foreground on the left, while at the right, the shadow of the Eagle is visible to the west. For scale, the large, shallow crater on the right has a diameter of about 12 meters. Frames taken from the Lunar Module windows about an hour and a half after landing, before walking on the lunar surface, were intended to initially document the landing site in case an early departure was necessary. via NASA https://ift.tt/2XYjZBe
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Comic-Con’s Jean-Luc Museum Teases the New Frontier of Star Trek: Picard

Decades after disembarking from the Starship Enterprise, Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) is finally returning where no one has gone before with Star Trek: Picard. The upcoming San Diego Comic-Con panel promises a new look at the series (and hopefully Picard’s dog). But, for those wanting a deeper glimpse at…

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