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Internet sports gambling is a massive expansion of gambling. Access to sporting events worldwide 24 hours a day makes gambling just a click away and fuels gambling addiction. Internet sports gambling appeals to young people, who could place bets over their phones or computers, without their families knowing.Sports gambling advertising is very aggressive. A recent study found that Twitter users under the age of 18 who follow popular sports accounts are being “bombarded” with gambling ads. Studies indicate that youths who view these ads are more likely to gamble.Nearly 10 percent of high school students are gambling online, and more than 40 percent are gambling in any form, according a study published in Science Daily. A 2016 survey by the NCAA found 24 percent of male student athletes and nearly 5 percent of current NCAA women wagered on sports in the past year. Millennials (25-34 years of age) were responsible for the biggest increase in online gambling last year. Online … [Read more...] about Online sports betting will create a new generation of problem gamblers
By Paul Steinhauser, For the Express-News Updated 10:03 pm, Saturday, May 12, 2018 Photo: Steven Senne /Associated Press Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 In this Aug. 31, 2016 file photo, then-U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro speaks during a news conference in Providence, Rhode Island. In this Aug. 31, 2016 file photo, then-U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro speaks during a news conference in Providence, Rhode Island. Photo: Steven Senne /Associated Press Castro says nation is ready for ‘new generation’ of leaders 1 / 1 Back to Gallery HENNIKER, New Hampshire — Julian Castro returned to New Hampshire Saturday, sparking more speculation that he’s gearing up for a run for the 2020 Democratic … [Read more...] about Castro says nation is ready for ‘new generation’ of leaders
When Kay and Larry Day came across a kite shop while vacationing in Wisconsin nearly two decades ago, they decided to buy kites for their grandchildren. On a whim, Larry bought one for himself. "He went out and flew it and decided he needed to go back and get a better one," Kay recalled. In this August 27, 2017 photo provided by P.V. Nguyen, Dylan Nguyen, left, and Cardin Nguyen are shown holding their kites and enjoy flying and competing at the Washington State International Kite Festival in Long Beach, Wash. (P.V. Nguyen via AP) In this August 27, 2017 photo provided by... Photo by P.V. Nguyen Since then, the couple — particularly Larry — have been hooked on kite flying. They own dozens of kites, plan vacations around flying them and organize an annual winter kite-flying festival in their hometown of Clear Lake, Iowa. "I'm at peace when I'm flying," said Larry, 72. "It's something unique that I do." While the hobby might be unusual, it has a long history as a … [Read more...] about Kites: Age-old hobby gives new generation of fans a lift
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 1, 2018--Alta Devices, the world-record holder for single junction solar cell efficiency, announces the launch of its fourth-generation solar cell technology (“Gen4”), which weighs significantly less than the previous generation technology (“Gen3”) and results in an improved power-to-weight ratio of 160 percent. This technology is critical for tomorrow’s unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), solar cars and other electric vehicles. It can be used to generate substantial power over small surfaces with minimal impact to vehicle design criteria.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180501005560/en/Alta Devices Gen4 solar cells can be used to power everything; UAVs, automobiles, sensors, and more (Photo: Business Wire)“Autonomy in the air and on the ground is becoming a reality,” said Jian Ding, Alta Devices CEO. “While there has been much … [Read more...] about Alta Devices Launches New Generation Solar Cell Designed to Empower Autonomy for UAVs and Other Vehicles