How worried should we be about concussion in sport?

Technically no, a brain bleed is a far more acute problem which usually needs urgent medical intervention. What doctors and researchers are concerned about with concussion is the effect of multiple concussions over a long period of time. Dr Nasrallah says a single concussion is not necessarily a life-aging event, and most people recover well …

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The pandemic has changed the way we perceive technology – and how we resist it

Placeholder while article actions load As coronavirus-related restrictions ebb (at least for now) and we begin to flow back to “normal” life, it’s important to understand how the past two years changed us. Among the changes, our protracted pandemic has profoundly altered how we perceive technology. For some, increased isolation and reliance on digital services …

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Far from Ukraine, Indonesia’s poor can’t get cooking oil | Business and Economy

Medan, Indonesia – Each day, Siti Rohani fries hundreds of traditional Indonesian snacks at her roadside stall in Medan, North Sumatra, including three kinds of donuts, fried tempeh and tofu, banana fritters, spring rolls and curry puffs. All that frying means Rohani goes through a lot of cooking oil – up to five liters (169 …

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‘It’s a Nightmare’: Dogs in the office prove divisive as some staff fight for the right to take pets to work

Breadcrumb Trail Links FP Work Financial Times The trend of being fanned by Younger employees’ belief that work shouldn’t just provide a paycheck, but reflect their identity Author of the article: Financial Times Henry Mance Publishing date: Feb 11, 2022 • February 16, 2022 • 6 minute lines • 7 Comments The dog lies under …

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Sport in Australia’s outer suburbs means long drives, jumping over fences and closed pools

Climbing over a public school fence to play a social game of basketball with friends isn’t the experience many young people living in Australia have to contend with. Key points: Residents in fast-growing areas have raised concerns about access to sports facilities Experts say access to facilities affects health outcomes for people in outer suburban …

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Apple’s $ 4.7B in Green Bonds support innovative green technology

March 24, 2022 UPDATE Apple’s $ 4.7B in Green Bonds support innovative green technology The company plans to use the world’s first commercial-purity low-carbon aluminum from ELYSIS in the iPhone SE Investments from Apple’s $ 4.7 billion in Green Bonds have helped jump-start the development of new low-carbon manufacturing and recycling technologies, the company announced …

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Five Little Pigs, Wallingford: ‘The cooking really is up to scratch’ – restaurant review | Food

Five Little Pigs, 26 St Mary’s Street, Wallingford OX10 0ET (01491 833 999). Starters £ 3.50- £ 8.50, mains £ 12- £ 25, desserts £ 7- £ 8, wines from £ 22.50 It’s always good to acknowledge your weaknesses. I’m beginning to think melted cheese might be one of mine. The menu at Five Little …

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