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'Goodfellas' Trigger Warning on AMC Sparks Online Backlash

TMZ.com Saturday, 18 May 2024
"Goodfellas" may not have aged so well to some audiences ... receiving a trigger warning from the AMC over outdated stereotypes -- and, it's causing an online backlash. Ken Lovett -- a former reporter for the New York Post -- shared a picture of a…
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Drinking Coffee While Pregnant , May Make Your Kids Shorter, Study Suggests. The study was published by the 'Journal of the American Medical Association.'. 2,500 children between the ages of 4 and 8 were surveyed around the country. Instead of relying on mothers to accurately report their coffee consumption as with previous studies. blood samples were used to find exact caffeine and paraxanthine levels. Researchers found that drinking half a cup of coffee each day while pregnant may make your child an inch shorter by the time they enter elementary school. Researchers found that drinking half a cup of coffee each day while pregnant may make your child an inch shorter by the time they enter elementary school. Though the clinical implications of an approximately 2-cm height difference are unclear, our findings for height are similar in magnitude to those of children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy, Study researchers, via 'New York Post'. We consistently observed shorter height, which has been associated with increased risk of multiple cardiometabolic diseases in both pregnant and nonpregnant individuals, Study researchers, via 'New York Post'. It is important to determine whether in utero caffeine exposure has long-term growth implications in offspring, Study researchers, via 'New York Post'. 'New York Post' reports that previous studies have also linked a lower birth weight to moderate coffee consumption while pregnant

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iPhone iOS 17.5 Update , Causes Users’ Deleted Photos to Reappear. Apple's latest iOS update is making years-long deleted photos resurface on customers' phones, and it's freaking them out. In particular, many users were shocked to see sensitive photographs, such as nudes, reappear on their phones, 'New York Post' reports. . I went to send a picture and saw that the latest pictures were [not safe for work] material we’d made years ago when we were living apart, Apple product user, via Reddit. But WTF. It was permanently deleted. Years ago but magically it’s back?? I checked my iPad and it also has pictures (some art work I did years ago). I feel so uncomfortable, Apple product user, via Reddit. Other users referred to the issue as "the worst software experience ever.". These just came out of nowhere this has to be the worst software experience ever. I thought Apple had a solid OS, ever since iOS 16 it's been shambles. , Apple product user, via X. Another person said that 25 previously-deleted voicemails also reappeared on their phone, 'New York Post' reports. . The reports could be down to an indexing bug, photo library corruption, or a syncing issue between local devices and iCloud Photos, Via MacRumors. Another possibility is that in attempting to fix a photo syncing bug that occurred in iOS 17.3, Apple has inadvertently caused a new syncing issue to occur that may involve iCloud backups, Via MacRumors

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