BBC Two England
4 hours
That was nerve wracking. I saw you on the television doing an interview... Finishing up in such a position on the blue that he thought that this was the only guarantee... He does not want to be too straight on it, if he is, he can get onto the black.
BBC Two England
4 hours
So... That is what he's done I think! And what about the players, have you been keeping them apart? This is the first time we've seen each other today. We are in the same room and said hello. Best of luck, I hope the nerve sold out. We are looking forward to the second half. It will be a cracker. STUDIO: It is a nervous time and they had to wait as their loved ones go out and do the business! We have had four frames, seven more possibly to play.
Collective Evolution
5 hours
Studies have already noted the link between pollution from the air and traffic noise and an increase in nerve degeneration in the brain. For instance, Lancaster University found that tiny particles typically present in air pollution have the ability to lodge into peoples' brains as they breathe in, potentially resulting in Alzheimer's. The study found abundant magnetite nanoparticles in the brain tissue from 37 individuals aged three to 92-years-old who lived in Mexico City and Manchester. This strongly magnetic mineral is toxic and has been implicated in the production of reactive oxygen species (free radicals) in the human brain, which are associated with neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease. A possible solution? Well, aside from picking up and leaving your home, you can try taking advantage of the sauna. One study in Finland found a link between regular sauna use and a decreased risk of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia in men.
Natural Blaze
6 hours
By Organic and Healthy We all know that our diet could be better, and that we could take better care of ourselves, but often we don't. What we can do, though, is help our body detox and...
Liverpool Echo
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Plymouth Herald
9 hours
The very nature of the deadly work being undertaken meant that for decades, 865 acres of coastline were shrouded in secrecy.The land at Nancekuke was first requisitioned by the MoD in 1940 and a year later provided a base for British and American fighters and bombers during the Second World War.Read more: What it's really like walking around Plymouth with a blindfold and a guide dogAnd, ironically, it was laboratory equipment seized from Nazi Germany which helped to establish the Chemical...
Collective Evolution
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” ( source ) Keep in mind, as Harvard Medical School points out, there are probably many chemicals involved, working both inside and outside of our nerve cells: “There are millions, even billions, of chemical reactions that make up the dynamic system that is responsible for your mood, perceptions, and how you experience life.” “The cause of mental disorders such as depression remains unknown. However, the idea that neurotransmitter imbalances cause depression is vigorously promoted by pharmaceutical companies and the psychiatric profession at large.” ( source ) Again, theories like the low serotonin one came into existence because scientists were able to observe the effects of drugs on the brain. It was a hypothesis that attempted to explain how drugs could be fixing something, yet whether or not depressed people actually had lower serotonin levels actually remains to be proven.
BBC News 24
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I spoke to a female patient who had been on the same ward as this man and she told me that she was disgusted that it had been able to go on for so long and it was an open secret that he been there for two years and been fed and watered and he treated it like a hotel. She says that nerve to talk to him or get notified of the story and the hospital would go on camera.
Kent Messenger - Sport
2 days
Saturday’s game will be big for both clubs, says Maidstone manager Jay Saunders ahead of the visit of Torquay.
ScienceDaily
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Daily Mail - Cricket
2 days
Morgan smashed 102 off 81 balls - his first one-day international century since June 2015 - as England hunted down their victory target of 382. It proved just out of reach, with India holding their nerve to win.
The Economist - Science
2 days
NEUROSCIENCE, like many other sciences, has a bottomless appetite for data. Flashy enterprises such as the BRAIN Initiative, announced by Barack Obama in 2013, or the Human Brain Project, approved by the European Union in the same year, aim to analyse the way that thousands or even millions of nerve cells interact in a real brain. The hope is that the torrents of data these schemes generate will contain some crucial nuggets that let neuroscientists get closer to understanding how exactly the brain does what it does. But a paper just published in PLOS Computational Biology questions whether more information is the same thing as more understanding. It does so by way of neuroscience’s favourite analogy: comparing the brain to a computer. Like brains, computers process information by shuffling electricity around complicated circuits. Unlike the workings of brains, though, those of computers are understood on every level.
Fast Company
3 days
High stakes can make even the most confident speakers crumble. Here's how to keep it together. High stakes can make even the most confident speakers crumble. Here's how to keep it together. A group job interview. Read Full Story
Leicester Mercury
3 days
Reigning world and UK champion Mark Selby is still on course to claim his 'Selby Slam' after a nerve-shredding 6-5 win over Mark Williams at the Masters.The Jester from Leicester' was pushed all the way to a final-frame decider by the Welsh potter but won thanks to an 89 clearance after Williams had suffered an unfortunate kick.The enormity of Selby's potential achievement, holding the world, UK and Masters titles all at the same time, is not lost on the 33-year-old. It would be...
Variety
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ScienceDaily
3 days
Research in mice points to better understanding of how the structure of nerve cells in the adult hippocampus may deteriorate, which can lead to Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological disorders, report researchers.
ScienceDaily
3 days
While most of us haven't heard of astrocytes, these cells are four times as plentiful in the human brain as nerve cells. Now, a team led by researchers has found that astrocytes, which perform many indispensable functions in the brain, can take on a villainous character, destroying nerve cells and likely driving many neurodegenerative diseases.
BBC Two England
3 days
Real test of nerve for them both coming up. COMMENTATOR: All look so good at 3-1, 3-3 now. We're going to show you a shot year. Playing the blue into the five reds in the corner, if he makes contact with a red dirt on its 4-1 and it could be a completely different match.
Daily Express - Travel
3 days
ICE SKATING can be nerve-racking enough at the best of times, but these extreme daredevils decided to take things to a whole new level at a prison in Estonia.
BBC News 24
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A global security conference service was attended not just by senior Indian government officials but also politicians, diplomats and military officials from around the world from a number of countries from the United States and Russia, how this was a chance for Britain to again become the nerve centre of global affairs, London he pointed at was a major financial centre and therefore this was as he suggested the best possible time to do business with Britain.
South China Morning Post
4 days
Hong Kongs Marco Fu survived a nail-biting first round clash at the Masters as he fought back from three frames down to defeat Judd Trump 6-5 on Tuesday. Fu trailed throughout a thrilling encounter, but kept his nerve to draw level before sealing an epic escape with his third century break of the afternoon in the final frame at Alexandra Palace. World number four Trump took the opener with a century before adding the next two after Fu failed to make the most of his opportunities. Fu, a...
Channel 4
4 days
Don't let anybody tell you, "Oh, you need to win" or you need to do great and all is well. Take it as an experience, you know what I mean? You know what you're here to do, but give it your best. I'd say, for a new kid coming into a contest that has never done it before, I'd say you need to prepare quite a lot for it, because when you are about to drop in, it is nerve-wracking.
Daily Mail - Money
4 days
Taking the driving test can be a fairly nerve-racking experience. However, for many this isn't the case, as they're avoiding sitting the examination at all, Transport Minister Andrew Jones revealed.
Apartment Therapy
5 days
Moving in with strangers can be a nerve-wracking experience, but sometimes a necessary one; you need people to split the rent with, after all, and you might not know anyone in town or have local friends who are also looking for a new place to live. You need to know, then, that the key to turning strangers-you-live-with into close friends (or at least amicable roommates) is simple communication. READ MORE »