BBC News 24
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event there are four or five different mechanisms by which people become injured. There is a huge pressure wave that comes up from the explosion which can cause problems for people. So difficulty with breathing. Moving through to hit that can cause.
Channel 4
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Deletraz, Twyman, Smith-Hilliard holding each other up and Twyman twitching as he goes down to Portier, gets the Shadow balanced, but the first two of Caffi and Kubota are pulling clear. So, this is the battle for third position. Deletraz just about with breathing space
MacRumors
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It's also worth noting that the Beddit has a thin, unobtrusive cord that needs to be plugged in at all times, so it will need to be near an outlet. So what does the Beddit track? As it turns out, a lot. It goes beyond wearable sleep trackers that rely solely on movement to determine sleep quality, and some of what it tracks is potentially very valuable for people with breathing-related sleep issues. Here's everything it keeps tabs on: Sleep time The time it took to fall asleep Light sleep vs. deep sleep (no REM measurement) Number of times out of bed Restless sleep (lots of tossing and turning) Sleep efficiency (based on time spent asleep) Sleep score (an overall score that takes everything into account) Snoring (via iPhone speaker) Heart rate Respiration (breaths per minute) Average room temperature Average room humidity With so many aspects of the sleeping experience being tracked, the Beddit Sleep Monitor gives a comprehensive overview of everything that happens while you're asleep.
Western Morning News
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Daily Mail - Home
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Rachel Norey, 34, of Harlow, Essex, ended up in intensive care after giving birth to Matilda, who caused a panic when she was born but wasn't breathing (pictured).
TIME - Top Stories
20 hours
This is historically unprecedented. A more than 2,000-year-old phrase is losing its true meaning. And beyond that, mindfulness has also dominated the culture so much that it has crowded out other ways of being in the present moment. Focusing on the breath is certainly one way of entering into this state, but there are at least three alternative and valuable ways that human beings can enter into the now, for those seeking greater presence in their lives. Flow which is where you are so engaged in an activity that all sense of time disappears, and you are utterly in present moment. It often involves a physical or creative challenge (or both at once, such as an intense, high-speed basketball game), and is very different from calm mindful breathing. Exuberance where people may have a bubbling joy and zest for life, and almost cant help living in the now.
TIME - Top Stories
21 hours
This is historically unprecedented. A more than 2,000-year-old phrase is losing its true meaning. And beyond that, mindfulness has also dominated the culture so much that it has crowded out other ways of being in the present moment. Focusing on the breath is certainly one way of entering into this state, but there are at least three alternative and valuable ways that human beings can enter into the now, for those seeking greater presence in their lives. Flow which is where you are so engaged in an activity that all sense of time disappears, and you are utterly in present moment. It often involves a physical or creative challenge (or both at once, such as an intense, high-speed basketball game), and is very different from calm mindful breathing. Exuberance where people may have a bubbling joy and zest for life, and almost cant help living in the now.
Collective Evolution
21 hours
Now why would anyone ask for this, they might ask? For the suffering that happened in Manchester? Tragedy in general? That is beyond my very finite brain to comprehend, but only a very infinite energy can orchestrate for a purpose. But Source, that is infinite, is all knowing, all powerful, and all good, and we are meant to surrender and trust without fear. I'd probably share a story of when something tragic happened to me, how I lost faith in the community, and lost trust in a greater power/Source, but then how I gained it back again. Through surrendering and the understanding that we aren't here for what we project in the physical world, but we are here for soul growth. And what we experience in the physical realm is all the manifestation of what we can use as opportunity for highest soul growth. So something tragic and confusing happens? How can I use what I've observed and heard and seen on the mainstream media and around me for my highest soul growth? What programs, stories, belief systems do I need to let go of? What am I fearful of? Where do I feel tension in my body? Tightening in the chest? I would introduce mindfulness exercises on deep breathing and opening up to align with unity consciousness, balance, love, and peace.
Glastonbury Festival
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Since the dawn of time, people have gathered around fire to celebrate the human spirit. From the timeless magnetism of a crackling campfire to a 50 tonne spider shooting 60 foot flames into the night sky, this primal rite has remained constant through the ages. Born and bred on Glastonbury soil, Arcadia set off on a nomadic journey across continents. With a nationalist tide rising, the ultimate outsider, a giant fire breathing alien spider sought to explore the shared elements that bind us together, creating a vivid sensory world where people from all backgrounds and cultures could come together in an eruption of collective energy. Arcadia return home to Worthy Farm after having circumnavigated the globe twice in 2016. Gleaming with intensity, the iconic Spider is built from repurposed military and industrial hardware, with each piece telling its own story and every last bolt charged with the energy of thousands.
ITV2
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and for starters, coming to your show is the only thing my nine-year-old wants. Z'niyah wishes every day she could be in your audience. If I get could get tickets, I would win her over for life. As a matter of fact, she's breathing down my neck right now proof-reading what I write you. Sincerely, Joy and Z'niyah." All right, so I am gonna call them in their dressing room and surprise them. I don't know what they're doing in there for so long, but... (LAUGHTER).
Plymouth Herald
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BBC Radio Wales
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also there's a little over best feel about some Jimeoin his sweetheart um I'm sure she felt the lost so I've heard when like you know so many as a young girls or young ladies of the time and her story is also a very important story to tell in terms of the effects of the first world war on the community the National Park secured the future of the farm to the nation in 2012 when had wings nephew Gerald Williams handed it over for safekeeping now 88 still living on the farm itself is please and how the Renovations have been breathing new life into his old home.
PerezHilton
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This man is a hero! Paul Reid was picking up a friend from Ariana Grande 's concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night when he heard the suicide bomber's explosion and immediately ran to the scene. That's where he found injured eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos on the ground having trouble breathing -- so he stayed with her until medical professionals were able to take her to the hospital. Related: Mariah Carey Pens Tribute To Fan Who Died In Manchester Attack Reid told People of the emotional interaction: "I asked her her name and I thought she said ‘Sophie,' and I asked her age,. Then I realized she was struggling to talk and she asked, ‘Where's my mum?' I said, ‘We're going to find her in a minute.' She asked me, ‘What's happened?' And I said, ‘I don't know — but we're going to get you some help.' I kept on being like, ‘Sophie, come on. We are going to go now' — trying to keep her talking, keep her awake.
ITV
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hospital in the USA. The judge says many medical experts spoke with one voice. Charlie had multiple dysfunctions from irreversible brain damage. Breathing difficulties and muscle deterioration. His death was likely to be muscle deterioration. His death was likely to be 6 to 9 months away
The Sun Daily - World News
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ATHENS: Greek former prime minister Lucas Papademos was hurt Thursday when an explosive device went off inside his car in Athens, state TV said. State TV ERT said Papademos had chest and leg wounds and trouble breathing, but his life was not in danger. Two of his guards were lightly hurt, ERT said. "We are shocked. I wish to condemn this heinous act," media minister Nikos Pappas told the station. ERT said Papademos, prime minister from 2011 to 2012, had been targeted by a letter bomb. A police source said a number of people had been hurt but could not say if Papademos himself was in the car at the time of the blast. Papademos, 69, a former Bank of Greece governor, was in an armoured car, ERT said. He headed an interim coalition government at the height of Greece's fiscal crisis that in 2012 negotiated a massive write-down of the country's privately-held debt.
ITV
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Daily Mail - Health
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Daily Mail - Health
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BBC Radio London
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children and the Americans of breathing and a time when I don't know if even the families of the people in you and they're getting all sorts of information New York time does revealing information he may be of the opinion that it doesn't matter nothing really particularly important was tell us about the fight against terror what is it tennis this week if so when it we leave the EU will be even more reliant on the American something I've got 16 different kind of organisation at dealing with the terrible a budget I suppose or security forces could only dream about so we need them I wearing today at Greater Manchester Police no longer sharing information with the american for fear that there is a leak and it's not enough.
Western Morning News
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A fire in a flat above Topsham's Plum Cafe was started on top of a cooker. Fire engines from Middlemoor and Danes Castle, Exeter, were sent to the fire in Fore Street. It started in a first floor kitchen flat and was confined to items ignited on top of a cooker. Smoke damage was caused to the kitchen area. Two breathing apparatus wearers and one hosereel jet were used and the smoke cleared with a positive pressure ventilation fan. The cause of the fire was accidental. Read more:...
Western Morning News
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A fire in a flat above Topsham's Plum Cafe was started on top of a cooker. Fire engines from Middlemoor and Danes Castle, Exeter, were sent to the fire in Fore Street. It started in a first floor kitchen flat and was confined to items ignited on top of a cooker. Smoke damage was caused to the kitchen area. Two breathing apparatus wearers and one hosereel jet were used and the smoke cleared with a positive pressure ventilation fan. The cause of the fire was accidental. Read more:...
Techradar
2 days
$4.99/4.99/AU$7.99 Pre-conceived ideas about what an app should be can stifle innovation, and so it's interesting to see Proud cheerily elude the drudge-like appointment-making evident in most list-based organisers. Instead, you figure out what you want to do (adding sub-tasks as appropriate), assign vague deadlines ('tomorrow', 'next week') for your more pressing tasks, and gleefully mark things as done when they're completed. Fittingly, the app splits its workflow into three distinct tabs: Lists, Reminders and History. Pleasingly, each has a hidden 'superpower' mini-app to further improve your life. Lists offers a breathing exercise for reducing stress; Reminders has a Pomodoro timer and utterly brilliant 'give me more time' button that shunts every task with a due date on a few hours, a day, or a week; and History delves into your completed tasks, so you can see what you achieved weeks or months ago.
BoingBoing
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In this new op-ed , L.A.-based writer, actor, and trans activist Jen Richards explores the tragic phenomenon of straight men who murder the trans women they love. As she puts it, “Bigotry is rarely as simple as we’d like to believe.” Richards starts by detailing a romantic encounter she once had with a man named Mark, who suddenly became agitated. She writes: I know what the story would be if my lifeless body were later found, and if Mark were arrested. He would say that I didnt tell him I was trans. That I came to his hotel room and it was only when we were in bed that he discovered I was “really a man.” That he panicked and the next thing he knew I was no longer breathing. If the case went to court, his lawyers would arguetrans panic,” an admissible defense in 49 states. And the only person who could contradict his statement, me, would be unable to.
Al Jazeera
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