Pictorial: The Concours of Elegance for Children’s Cars

Children's Cars, both powered and pedal cars, are becoming collectors items that appreciate in value. The world’s first elite Junior Car Concours event took place last week as part of the world-renowned Concours of Elegance, staged at Hampton Court Palace in London.

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Walmart teams up with Zipline for one-hour deliveries by drone

Zipline has announced a new partnership with Walmart to conduct pilot trials using its drones to fulfil health and wellness orders in one hour, with hopes of expanding to general merchandise if the first runs are successful.

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Diamond planets could be born from carbon-rich worlds – just add water

Perhaps on other planets, diamonds are as common and boring as rocks. Astronomers suggest that some planets might actually be largely made of diamonds, and now a team has calculated how such a planet could form and how it would be structured.

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How 10-minute massages can boost the body’s stress-fighting system

The idea alone of a massage might do wonders for some people’s stress levels, but a new study has delved into the physiological details of how these short and sweet treatments can kick the body’s relaxation systems into gear.

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CDC study suggests restaurants are high-risk COVID-19 infection hotspots

A new CDC study has found restaurant dining to be the most commonly shared activity amongst a number of adults with COVID-19. The CDC study suggests eating at a restaurant is an especially high-risk activity during this ongoing pandemic.

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Growing gold nanoparticles inside tumors can help kill cancer

Gold has shown promise in fighting cancer in many studies, and now researchers have found a way to grow gold nanoparticles inside cancer cells within 30 minutes. From there, the gold can help with imaging and even be heated up to kill the tumors.

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WWF report details 68 percent drop in wildlife numbers since 1970

Drawing on extensive analysis of species populations around the world, a new report from the WWF reveals an average decline of 68 percent in vertebrate species numbers between 1970 and 2016, a decline the authors describe as "catastrophic."

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