Author: John Spears

"Infuriatingly humble tv expert. Friendly student. Travel fanatic. Bacon fan. Unable to type with boxing gloves on."

In a powerful speech at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, took a stand against the toxic culture of bullying on social media. The former royal expressed her concerns about the negative impact of online abuse, especially during her pregnancies with her children, Archie and Lilibet. Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, have been open about their struggles with media attention, both while they were working members of the royal family and after they stepped back from their duties in 2020. The couple has been outspoken advocates for mental health and have been vocal…

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Apple fans have been eagerly awaiting the tech giant’s latest announcement, and it looks like their patience is about to pay off. According to reports, Apple is gearing up to refresh its entire iPad lineup, starting with the iPad Pro this month. The biggest change in the lineup will be the switch to OLED screens for the entire iPad Pro range, which promises brighter colors and better contrast. Additionally, a new Magic Keyboard with a sturdier frame and aluminum material will be introduced to complement the sleek new design. One of the most exciting updates is the inclusion of the…

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A Breakthrough in Alzheimer’s Treatment: Harvard Study Identifies Potential New Treatment In a groundbreaking study conducted by researchers at Harvard University, a potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease has been identified. The study found that a drug previously used to treat diabetes, pioglitazone, showed promising results in reducing the build-up of toxic proteins in the brain that are associated with Alzheimer’s. Pioglitazone was found to not only decrease inflammation in the brain but also improve cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients in the study. This discovery could pave the way for the development of more effective treatments for Alzheimer’s, a devastating…

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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey Signs Bill into Law Protecting IVF Patients and Providers Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has signed a new bill into law aimed at protecting in vitro fertilization (IVF) patients and providers from legal liability. The legislation provides civil and criminal immunity to providers and patients for the destruction or damage to embryos, but does not address the issue of personhood. The new law comes after a state Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos are considered human beings, causing three of the state’s IVF providers to pause some services. This decision led some families to seek treatment out…

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The Guam community was shocked and saddened by the tragic news of Garrison Brown’s passing at the young age of 25. Garrison, the adult son of “Sister Wives” reality TV stars Janelle and Kody Brown, was found dead at a home in Arizona. Flagstaff police believe that he died by suicide, and there was no sign of foul play. Kody and Janelle shared the heartbreaking news of Garrison’s death on their individual Instagram accounts, describing him as a bright spot in their lives. TLC, the network that airs “Sister Wives,” extended their condolences to the Brown family during this difficult…

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Actress Ms. Love and her team recently made headlines with their decision to opt for a champagne-colored carpet for the upcoming academy events, bucking the trend of the traditional red carpet that has been a staple at award ceremonies for over six decades. The 50,000-square-foot rug was initially set to be chocolate brown before inspiration struck while watching the sunset on a white-sand beach, leading to the choice of the calming and peaceful champagne color. However, Ms. Love acknowledged that maintaining the light-colored carpet could pose a challenge, especially in the event of heavy rain. The shift towards colorful carpets…

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Jon Stewart Returns to The Daily Show for 2024 Election Season, Revives Declining Viewership GUAM – In a stunning announcement, Jon Stewart, the beloved former host of The Daily Show, revealed that he will be returning on a part-time basis for the show’s coverage of the 2024 election season. This comes after a year-long search to find a suitable replacement for Stewart, whose departure in 2015 led to a decline in viewership by a staggering 75%. Since Stewart left, The Daily Show has struggled to maintain its relevance, with its median age increasing to 63. The departure of the charismatic…

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Title: Tesla Recalls Nearly 200,000 U.S. Vehicles Over Backup Camera Software Glitch Guam News Factor – In a recent development, Tesla has announced a recall of nearly 200,000 vehicles in the United States due to a software glitch that affects the backup camera. The recall specifically applies to select Models Y, S, and X from the 2023 model year. The recall comes as a proactive measure by Tesla to ensure customer safety. The glitch could potentially cause the backup camera to malfunction while the vehicle is in reverse, increasing the risk of a crash. However, it is important to note…

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Turkmenistan Joins Global Effort to Reduce Methane Emissions In a significant move towards combatting climate change, Turkmenistan has recently signed the Global Methane Pledge. The voluntary agreement aims to reduce methane emissions worldwide, and Turkmenistan’s participation was made possible with the assistance of NASA’s Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT). EMIT, which uses imaging spectrometers mounted on the International Space Station, played a crucial role in helping Turkmenistan identify the sources of methane leaks that had previously made the country one of the top four emitters in the world. By pinpointing these sources, authorities can now take necessary measures…

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Assistant coach of the Golden State Warriors, Dejan Milojević, tragically passed away at the age of 46 after suffering a heart attack. The incident occurred during a team dinner at Valter’s Osteria restaurant in downtown Salt Lake City, where Milojević suddenly collapsed and was rushed to a nearby hospital. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr expressed shock and sadness over the unexpected loss and extended his condolences to Milojević’s family and friends. In light of the tragedy, the NBA made the decision to postpone the Warriors’ game against the Utah Jazz, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday night. The league has…

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