Leicester boss Rodgers urging Maddison to stay

first_img Rodgers said: “James is a very important player for us. “I see his development here. We’ll move to a new training facility and he’s got every condition to improve his game. He is the type of player that wants to get better. In my time, I’ve seen him develop and grow both in his personality and game. read also:Ndidi reveals Rodgers’ impact on his development “He has a really good relationship with the club, with the players, with the supporters. I’m hopeful that at some point in the future we can tie him down for that bit longer.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Leicester City boss, Brendan Rodgers, is urging James Maddison to stay. Maddison has been linked with a move to Manchester United, but could now stay put after talks over a new deal. And Rodgers has back him to become a superstar by staying put.Advertisementcenter_img Loading…last_img read more

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Florida man exposes himself after hacking into online class

first_imgAn Orlando man exposed himself to students after hacking into an online class being held by a public school in Florida, school officials said Thursday.Orange County Public Schools sent out a letter to teachers notifying them that a man hacked into a Zoom video conferencing instructional lesson on Wednesday and exposed himself to the class.The letter encouraged teachers to use the “waiting room” function in Zoom, which allows the host to control when a participant joins a meeting.Orange County Public School officials didn’t provide further details, but said that Zoom wasn’t a district-supported application for teachers video conferencing needs.Officials say law enforcement is currently investigating the case.last_img

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Want to repel mosquitoes Dont use citronella candles

first_img By Gwen PearsonFeb. 16, 2017 , 9:30 AM Most did not live up to the promises on their labels. At a distance of 1 meter, DEET and oil of lemon eucalyptus sprays reduced mosquito attraction by 60%. The only wearable device that worked was an OFF! clip-on fan containing the insecticide metofluthrin. The rest of the products had a weak repellent effect or were no better than no protection at all, the researchers report today in the Journal of Insect Science. Two devices in particular came under harsh criticism from the scientists: bracelets containing herbal extracts and sonic mosquito repellers, which claim to use high-frequency sound to drive away mosquitoes. Citronella candles are great for setting a mood, but they’re not so great for the very thing they’re advertised to do: repel mosquitoes. That’s one conclusion from a new study that tested 11 types of repellents on Aedes aegypti mosquitoes—the vectors of Zika, yellow fever, dengue, and other diseases. To find out which ones worked best, scientists developed a lab test designed to mimic the conditions on someone’s backyard patio. A human sat at one end of a wind tunnel as “bait,” while scientists measured how many mosquitoes moved toward their target, depending on which repellent was used: one of five sprays, five wearable devices, or a citronella candle.  Want to repel mosquitoes? Don’t use citronella candles C. Bickel/Science last_img read more

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