The NCAA posted an operating loss of approximately $59 million for the fiscal year

The association’s new audited financial statement shows the NCAA is running at a deficit of roughly $59 million in fiscal year 2022 after generating $1.14 billion in revenue. Assembly saw Significant increase in revenue from return to regular play setup for Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, but these gains were primarily offset by … Read more

Cameroon U-17 Football Team: Why 32 Players Were Sent Off For Cheating Age

CNN – It’s been a problem for the ages, but Cameroonian football star Samuel Eto’o seems determined to crack it. Cameroon sealed their qualification for the 2023 U-17 Africa Cup of Nations with a 2-0 victory over Republic of the Congo on January 15, but the team that won that match was indistinguishable from the … Read more

Why Xander Schauffele draws lines on Callaway driver’s face

by: Jonathan Wall January 25, 2023 Xander Schauffele provided insight into why white stripes were added to the face of a Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver. Jonathan Wall / Golf SAN DIEGO – Xander Schauffele is acutely aware of the fate that befell Hideki Matsuyama at last year’s Memorial Tournament. Halfway through his round, Matsuyama … Read more

Scouting report reveals what contributed to 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy’s decline in the NFL Draft

Rookie Brodie Purdy has taken the NFL by storm since he became the San Francisco 49ers’ starting quarterback in December. The former Iowa standout earned the nickname “Mr. Irelevant” after being selected by the 49ers with the final pick of the 2022 draft. But the scouting report sheds some light on one team’s level of … Read more

England’s coast faces ‘multiple threats’ from dredging, sewage and pollution | coastal lines

The Environment Agency has warned that dredging is likely to increase around the English coast, while pollution and sewage put increasing pressure on coastal ecosystems, and an increasing number of people are at risk of coastal flooding. A report by the agency’s leading group of scientists found that three-quarters of oyster waters around England failed … Read more

Astronomers discover an exoplanet spiraling towards destruction

Ashley Chontos, Henry Norris Russell’s Princeton postdoctoral fellow in astrophysics, was part of a team that discovered Kepler-1658b is nearing perdition around its aging star, providing an opportunity to learn more about the fate of other worlds as their solar systems evolve. Chontos also led the 2019 effort to confirm that this object was an … Read more

The study demonstrates a new method for searching for meV dark photons

(Left) A dilution refrigerator used to achieve a background-free quantum one-electron cyclotron. (Top right) The silver pen trap within which the single electron will be suspended. (Bottom right) Demonstration of the analysis of quantum cyclotron states. A microwave drive is applied to induce transition. Credit: Xing Fan. About 85% of the mass of our galaxy … Read more

Genetic determinants and absence of breast cancer in the Xavante Indians of the Sangraduro Reserve, Brazil

Ethics statement Permission was obtained from Fundação Nacional do Índio (FUNAI) after approval by the Research Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Medicine of the Federal University of Mato Grosso (UFMT), and the National Research Ethics Committee (Authorization No. 1004/2001). Written consents, which were recorded and archived, were obtained from all subjects prior to the … Read more

Wildlife and religious sites dominate the Uttarakhand palette

Wildlife and religious sites dominate the Uttarakhand palette The central part of the painting depicts the state animal of Uttarakhand, the ‘musk deer’, PTI, new delhi, Jan 26, 2023 14:21 EST Updated: Jan 26 2023, 14:21 IST On Thursday, Uttarakhand displayed wildlife and religious sites in the Republic Day Parade on the Kartavia Trail. In … Read more

The impact of profit-driven health care on communities

Excerpted from In Medicine Like Colonialism. For about seventeen years, from 1991 until 2008, I lived in Little Situate, Rhode Island, where I practiced family medicine, and for eleven of those seventeen years, I practiced out of my basement. It was an old style of primary care, one that started to die out by the … Read more