Dolphins on report owner wants Deshaun Watson: Stephen Ross “does not force football decisions”

The Dolphins still have not come out and said they don’t want Deshaun Watson. They’re getting closer, but they still haven’t said it. In response to our Tuesday report that owner Stephen Ross “really wants” to acquire the Texans quarterback, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald tweeted this: “Dolphins are pushing back on Mike Florio […]

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Infants with history of reported maltreatment at greater risk of death from medical causes

A new USC study published in the journal Pediatrics finds a heightened risk of death from medical causes for infants with histories of reported maltreatment, suggesting a need for ongoing care coordination between the child protection system and pediatric health providers. “Newborns in families involved with the child protection system reflect a highly vulnerable group […]

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Google appeals France’s ‘disproportionate’ $591 million fine in copyright row

Google (GOOGL.O) said on Wednesday it was appealing against a 500 million euro ($591 million) fine imposed by France’s antitrust watchdog in July over a dispute with local media about paying for news content. The fine came amid increasing international pressure on online platforms such as Google, part of Alphabet Inc, and Facebook (FB.O) to […]

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Biomedical engineers demonstrate potential for the first clinically successful osteoarthritis drug

Post-traumatic osteoarthritis—caused by degraded cartilage that cushions the ends of bones in joints—occurs after a joint injury. With the knowledge that PTOA will lead to earlier onset and faster progression of osteoarthritis following an injury, researchers including Craig Duvall, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Engineering, set out to develop a drug for the prevention of PTOA […]

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Australia may mandate low-cost debit card system for payments

Australia’s treasurer has asked the central bank to consider forcing large- and medium-sized banks and debit card issuers to provide multiple network options for merchants to route “tap-and-go” payments. In a letter dated Aug. 30 to the Reserve Bank of Australia, Josh Frydenberg threw the government’s weight behind “least-cost routing”, which would allow businesses to […]

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