Ubisoft’s next Splinter Cell game will be a “stealthier version” of Assassin’s Creed with open-world elements

The award-winning Splinter Cell impacted many gamers, offering a unique stealth experience many have tried to emulate. Even so, Ubisoft hasn’t launched a new entry in the franchise since Blacklist in 2013. That could be changing soon as rumors suggest a new open-world Splinter Cell game is in development. The first Splinter Cell title dropped […]

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Gymnast alternates hands for 31 back handsprings, breaks world record

A South African gymnast added another Guinness World Records title to his name by performing 31 one-handed back handsprings in a row while alternating hands. Zama Mofokeng previously earned a Guinness title when he performed 36 consecutive one-handed back handsprings using the same hand each time. Guinness shared video of Mofokeng’s acrobatic accomplishment on Instagram. […]

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To what extent are children harmed by medications in pediatric intensive care units?

In an observational study conducted across three pediatric intensive care units (PICUs) in England over a three-month period in 2019, one-sixth of patients experienced at least one adverse drug event, in which they were harmed by a medication. In the study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 302 patients were included and 62 […]

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Bukele steps up El Salvador’s bet on sliding bitcoin; buys another 150 coins

El Salvador President Nayib Bukele said the Central American country had acquired an additional 150 bitcoins after the digital currency’s value slumped again, enlarging his bet on the cryptocurrency despite criticism. Bitcoin, the world’s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency, is down about 30% from the year’s high of $69,000 on Nov. 10. Bukele said last week […]

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