Sky News
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unravels, it is unraveling on day one already, as if unraveled, over two years, an awful lot of change can come. Six months ago, people said Trump could not be president, and a year ago, we were never going to lead Brexit. Brexit can be stopped if enough people have the spine to decide they need to stop it
ITV
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Parliament had ordered reviews into its own security. The solidarity today is not in doubt. -- Parliament has. A man paralysed from the neck down has been able to feed himself again, thanks to a remarkable scientific breakthrough. The American lost all movement in his limbs after his spine was severed in a road accident
Bristol Post
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Liverpool Echo
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The Sun Daily
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Apart from comfort, Bata alleges that Insolia technology has a direct positive influence on the health of its wearer. Chiropodists have said that the new technology reduces the pressure on the front of the foot by almost 30%, hence relieving the toes and arches, as well as knees and calves. Not to mention, walking is made less exhausting and sweaty; the heart rate decreases while oxygen consumption is cut back by 25% on average. Insolia also promotes a straighter spine, thus significantly better stability, and a taller and healthier impression. Lastly, as Insolia lies in the internal part of the shoe pad, the technology does not have any impact on the exterior, hence no compromises are made on the shoe design. In Malaysia, the new Insolia collection carries three designs which are priced from RM129 in selected stores. An additional four new styles and colours will arrive in May.
OK!
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Adam Rickitt is suffering from a rare spine disease [Wenn] Coronation Street actor Adam Rickett is suffering from Ankylosing Spondilitis – a disease which causes the spine's vertebrae to fuse together if they remain still for too long. The 38-year-old exclusively told OK! Magazine that in order to combat the disease, he has to work out for two hours a day and run nine miles. Adam said: "When I wake up in the morning, I’m in a lot of pain so I go straight out for a ...
The Herald - Sport
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Less than two-and-a-half years ago, Guest broke her back during a training accident – she crashed and landed on a boulder which resulted in a broken spine – but it would take more than that to stop her.
Daily Mail - USA
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Hundreds of people took to Reddit to share the most terrifying thing they had ever experienced in a spine-chilling thread that is definitely not for the faint-hearted.
West Briton
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BBC One West Midlands
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spinal surgery in America, is due to fly home later today. 14-year-old Ella Tomlinson from Leominster had a severe curvature of the spine. Her family had to raise a hundred and forty thousand pounds to pay for the operation because the NHS wouldn't fund it
The Guardian - Sport
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Six Nations success was a testament to the coach’s planning and vision but the Italy and Ireland games showed England are still a work in progress International rugby has become a black and white world with a trace of gold and green. Eighteen months after going down under to Australia at Twickenham and out of the World Cup, England stand second to New Zealand in the world rankings having broken any number of records under the Tasmanian who was lured from Cape Town’s Stormers to mop up after a storm. From the ashes of a campaign in which England became the first hosts to exit at the group stage has come a world record-equalling run of Test victories for a tier-one nation, back-to-back Six Nations titles, the breaking of an 82-year record for successive victories in the championship, a 3-0 whitewashing of Australia on tour and the respect of the All Blacks. Continue reading...
Futurity
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A large hole at the base of the skull offers clues to the evolution of bipedalismwalking on two feet—in humans. Compared with those of other primates, the foramen magnum—where the spinal cord passes through—is shifted forward. While many scientists generally attribute this shift to the evolution of bipedalism and the need to balance the head directly atop the spine, others have been critical of the proposed link. A new study validates the connection and provides another tool for researchers to determine whether a fossil hominid walked upright on two feet like humans or on four limbs like modern great apes. Controversy has centered on the association between a forward-shifted foramen magnum and bipedalism since 1925, when Raymond Dart discussed it in his description of Taung child , a 2.8-million-year-old fossil skull of the extinct South African species Australopithecus africanus .
BBC One East
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he had wear and tear on his spine and, in fact, there's even a small healed fracture on one of his vertebrae that you can see gave him pain for a few months and then healed up. You've even been able to work out what he might have eaten?.
Bleacher Report
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What Arsenal would give to be able to drop one of The Invincibles into their ailing team. The Gunners are on an unprecedented run of three defeats in their past four games. The club is enveloped by uncertainty and seems to lack authoritative figures both on and off the field. Arsenal need helpand a rebooted club legend would be just the thing to revitalise the struggling side. For this piece, we gave Arsenal fans the choice of three heroes from the spine of their greatest Premier League side: Sol Campbell , Patrick Vieira or Thierry Henry . Which Gunners great did they choose as the antidote to their problems? It was interesting to see which players Arsenal the fans who voted "someone else" would have liked to see included. Predictably, there were calls for Tony Adams. The quintessential Mr. Arsenal, Adams probably represents the lost link between supporters and players.
Dover Express
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Four people have died in an attack on London this afternoon, confirmed as an act of terrorism by the Met Police.Although details are still shaky at the point, two separate incidents, thought to be connected, took place within a horrific and spine-tingling ten minutes.At 2.40pm a vehicle plowed into pedestrians along Westminster Bridge, at the same time a police officer was stabbed by a man outside of the Houses of Parliament.Read more: This is how the terror incident at Westminster...
Dover Express
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At least two people have died in an attack on London this afternoon, confirmed as an act of terrorism by the Met Police.Although details are still shaky at the point, two separate incidents, thought to be connected, took place within a horrific and spine-tingling ten minutes.At 2.40pm a vehicle plowed into pedestrians along Westminster Bridge, at the same time a police officer was stabbed by a man outside of the Houses of Parliament.Read more: This is how the terror incident at...
DNews
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latimes.com/2007/aug/18/science/sci-genes18 "Eric Miller's career as an Army Ranger wasn't ended by a battlefield wound, but his DNA. Lurking in his genes was a mutation that made him vulnerable to uncontrolled tumor growth. After suffering back pain during a tour in Afghanistan, he underwent three surgeries to remove tumors from his brain and spine that left him with numbness throughout the left side of his body... Because he was born with the mutation, the Army argued it bore no responsibility for his illness and medically discharged him in 2005 without the disability benefits or health insurance he needed to fight his disease." ____________________ Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure. Watch More Seeker on our website http://www.
Western Morning News
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The Event Chronicle
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To begin: To practice the chakra breath exercise, sit comfortably and close your eyes. Bring your awareness to your seven chakras, located in the etheric body. Exhale deeply emptying your lungs completely. The root chakra: Inhale deeply and visualize your in breath entering your root chakra, located at the base of your spine. Retain your in breath for a few seconds and visualize your in breath cleansing and balancing your root chakra. Exhale deeply and visualize the negative energy from your root chakra being released through the soles of your feet. Repeat two times. The sacral chakra: Next, inhale deeply and visualize your in breath entering your sacral chakra, located in your lower abdomen. Retain your in breath for a few seconds and visualize your in breath cleansing and balancing your sacral chakra. Exhale deeply and visualize the negative energy from your sacral chakra being released through the soles of your feet.
BBC News 24
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The great shield of cloud at its thickest is producing rain across the borders area, down to the spine of England, that is increasingly moving eastwards. If you have been dry.
Medway Messenger
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Going to see a singer who is celebrating his golden anniversary in the business is bound to send a shiver down the spine.
Bit Tech Forums
8 days
My last chasse was comparable to what the market had to offer now, still made out of stamped and perforated sheet metal, the same panel gaps and the clanky fell held together with pop riverts – “How can so little have happened in this field when every other aspect of the PC has shifted lightyears?” was my reaction. I had outgrown the PC chassis from the past, but was still in demand of the performance. I wanted a Small Form Factor PC Case that did not only fit all the latest technology but also looked good enough to deserve a place in front of the sofa next to our BangOlufsen speakers. This was 163 days ago, I decided to quit my day-job and focus all my energy on making such a PC reality. Today it is all starting to come together and I would like to present the results. All feedback possible is appreciated before we launch our KickStarter campaign. The Ghost S1 The Spine The Core The full system
The Bolton News - Your Town
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A SPORT-loving teenager who learned to walk again after undergoing treatment for a tumour on her spine will be making a splash in the first-ever Celebrity Superhero Tri.
BBC News 24
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10 months old, was born with two legs and a second spine protruding from her neck. Dominique's foster mother, who has taken care of her during her time in the US, says she can now sit up, raise her hands and reach for objects - things she couldn't do before surgery. Once she's fully recovered she's expected to return home to west.