Hopefully this sends a message to kids’. Lewis Hamilton wants F1 feats to inspire

Lewis Hamilton equalled Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world championships on Sunday by winning the Turkish Grand Prix and said afterwards that he hoped his success as a black man in an almost exclusively white sport would act as inspiration to children everywhere. An emotional Hamilton, who remains the sport’s only black driver, went on […]

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Racial discrimination ages Black Americans faster, according to a 25-year-long study of families

I’m part of a research team that has been following more than 800 Black American families for almost 25 years. We found that people who had reported experiencing high levels of racial discrimination when they were young teenagers had significantly higher levels of depression in their 20s than those who hadn’t. This elevated depression, in […]

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Hoarding, stockpiling, panic buying: What’s normal behavior in an abnormal time?

Symptoms of depression, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders have emerged or worsened for many during the pandemic. This is no surprise to clinicians and scientists, who have been increasing worldwide access to mental health information and resources. But what effect has the pandemic had on another common but often misunderstood problem—hoarding? The issue first received […]

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Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition – the first PS5 vs Xbox Series X platform comparison

It’s finally happening. Ever since Microsoft and Sony revealed the hardware specifications of Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, the question has always been to what extent differences in teraflops, clock speeds and memory bandwidth will actually translate into the gameplay experience and today, we have our first glimpse at how the systems truly compare. […]

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