Nvidia data center sales likely to overshadow games – that may not be a good thing

Sales of Nvidia Corp. data centers are expected. to surpass gaming sales in fiscal first quarter results as demand from server farms remained high and interest in gaming fell from strong levels earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic. Nvidia NVDA, -2.51% is scheduled to report financial results after the closing bell on Wednesday. Analysts polled by … Read more

African scientists puzzled by monkeypox cases in Europe, USA

LONDON – Scientists who have observed numerous outbreaks of monkeypox in Africa say they are confused by the recent spread of the disease in Europe and North America. Cases of smallpox have previously been reported only in people with links to Central and West Africa. But in the past week, Britain, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the … Read more

6 things this immunologist does every night to sleep better and boost your immune system

More than two years after the pandemic, we are still battling outbreaks of Covid-19 – and that means building and maintaining a strong immune system must be a top priority. As an immunologist and functional medicine physician, I always remind my patients that while genetics, diet, and exercise play a role in our immune response, … Read more

The Prime Minister of Australia has conceded defeat

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – The Prime Minister of Australia has admitted defeat after Saturday’s election, which could form a minority government. Scott Morrison is acting quickly, despite millions of votes not yet counted because the Australian prime minister is due to attend a summit in Tokyo on Tuesday with leaders of the United States, Japan … Read more

DR. MICHAEL MOSLY: I finally have Covid, but I’m dealing with two surprising drugs

After more than two years of avoiding the Covid-19 bullet, I was shocked. This is particularly frustrating because during the pandemic, I tried to reduce my risk by avoiding crowded places, such as pubs, and wearing a mask on public transport and shops. But the cunning virus finally got to me through my wife, Claire. … Read more

The stock market is moving away from the edge of the first bear market in 2020

NEW YORK (AP) – Wall Street rocked to the brink of a bear market Friday after another decline in shares briefly sent the S&P 500 with more than 20% below its peak set earlier this year. The S&P 500, which is the basis of most workers’ 401 (k) accounts, fell 2.3 percent in the day … Read more

Hepatitis in children is growing worldwide, researchers are vying to solve the puzzle of these mysterious cases

About half of these cases come from only two countries – the United States and the United Kingdom. On Thursday, investigators on both sides said they were working hard to get answers. One of their first tasks is to try to understand whether these cases of sudden and often severe liver damage in children represent … Read more

Monkeypox is spreading in Europe and the United States, confusing African scientists

LONDON (AP) – The more cases of monkeypox found in Europe and North America, some scientists who have observed multiple outbreaks in Africa say they are confused by the spread of the unusual disease in developed countries. Cases of smallpox-related disease have not been reported in people with no connection to Central and West Africa. … Read more

“I don’t see the light”: War fuels prices in Europe

MILAN (AP) – Edoardo Ronzoni inspected a construction site near Milan, which closed in March as material costs skyrocketed. He can’t finish a half-built roundabout at a crossroads known for bending fenders because asphalt, cast iron pipes and concrete are too expensive – prices have worsened since Russia’s war in Ukraine. Italy’s public works projects … Read more

The technician, who called the bottom of the market for 2020, says that a “shocking rally” is expected

It was a terrible week in a terrible year for the stock market. Walmart WMT, -2.74%, Target TGT, -5.06%, and Tencent 700, + 3.53% each reports disappointing results to add fuel to concerns about rising interest rates and quantitative tightening. But leaving Melvin Capital aside, there are no signs of capitulation. Over the past six … Read more