I turned into a sexy Grinch just in time for Christmas

You are sexy, Mr. Grinch. A man has gone viral on TikTok by posting videos of himself dressed as a sexy Grinch and viewers are drooling over the furry green hunk: “Someone is fabulous!” Mitchell Marsh, 36, from Newfoundland, fully transformed into the holiday character in a furry full body suit, mask, green makeup and …

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M3GAN Premiere Featured Eight Lookalike Dolls Dancing To Taylor Swift – The Hollywood Reporter

it was a real M3GAN-Palooza last night in Hollywood. Universal Pictures rolled out the black carpet in front of the TCL Chinese Theater for the world premiere of Blumhouse’s upcoming horror title, M3GAN. Gerard Johnstone’s film centers on a brilliant toy company roboticist, played by Allison Williams, who speeds up a secret invention after a …

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Where is Drake Passage located? Extreme waters go viral on TikTok

The body of water between the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica and Cape Horn of South America is known as Drake’s Passage. It is the shortest possible route to Antarctica, which also connects the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean with the southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean, and then extends into the Southern Ocean. …

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Filaggrin and cytokines in respiratory samples of premature infants at risk of respiratory viral infection

This study, conducted in a population of preterm infants admitted to the NICU, shows a distinctive pattern of immune profile and epithelial barrier gene expression in the initial NPA of newborns who develop RVI. Our findings indicate that vulnerability to infection may be related to the immune response or the integrity of the epithelial barrier. …

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Swiss ticks found to carry a noxious new virus

The Alongshan virus was discovered in China only five years ago. Now researchers at the University of Zurich have found the new virus for the first time in Swiss ticks. It appears to be at least as widespread as the tick-borne encephalitis virus and causes similar symptoms. The UZH team is working on a diagnostic …

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How to protect your child as respiratory viruses increase

About 21 percent of Philadelphia children have asthma, more than double the national rate. That’s more than 1 in 5 children citywide, according to Penn Medicine researchers, with the highest rates of childhood asthma in the North, Northeast and West Philadelphia neighborhoods. Many families may not appreciate how much virus season can add to their …

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