Four types of headaches, their triggers and how to treat them BelfastTelegraph.co.uk We've all experienced a headache at some time or other (they're among the most common ailments going), but head pain can take many forms. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/health/four-types-of-headaches-their-triggers-and-how-to-treat-them-38416907.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article38416903.ece/7fdcb/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-08-20_lif_52682427_I1.JPG Email We've all experienced a headache at some time or other (they're among the most common ailments going), but head pain can take many forms. While most of the time, headaches are relatively minor and will go away on their own (or calm down with an over-the-counter painkiller), for some people they can be a chronic problem. If this is the case, it's important to properly identify what type of headache you're experiencing, as this can determine the appropriate course of treatment. There may also be specific triggers that … [Read more...] about Four types of headaches, their triggers and how to treat them
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Ernest Hemingway once said courage is “grace under pressure”.Watching Mattie Kenny bravely face the assembled media in Portlaoise on Sunday last, this grace and honesty was very evident.Disgusted by his own team’s lethargy and “unacceptable” performance, Kenny was acutely aware of both the excellence of the Laois performance and the need to impart this message. His hurt was obvious but his class and sportsmanship shone. An unexpected adversity had been placed at his doorstep and he ensured the focus was on the true story of the day, Laois.Populist opinion will now decree that Dublin don’t really know where they are right now. The high of that Parnell Park victory over Galway juxtaposed with the devastation of the defeat last Sunday only serves to highlight the vagaries of sport.Having personally experienced the depths and negative connotations that accompany relegation and a Munster final pummelling by Tipperary in 2016, I’ve often … [Read more...] about Will Cody have the courage to try something different?
Almost everyone with a job has a legal right to three different sorts of rest breaks from work. Set down in law, you have rights to time off during your day, between days and every week. There are a few exceptions - sea transport; road transport; the armed forces, emergency services or police during an 'exceptional catastrophe or disaster'; and people like managing directors who choose their own hours - but everyone else is included. That means your boss has to let you take them, whatever they claim, and if they don't they can be dragged in front of a tribunal. This is how they work: Breaks during your shift - You have the right to one uninterrupted 20 minute rest break during a working day, if you work more than 6 hours a day. You can take it as a lunch break, a tea break or however you like. Sadly, it doesn't have to be paid. Time between shifts - This one's pretty simple - your boss can't make you come back to work within 11 hours of you leaving. So that means if you're … [Read more...] about Three types of break you have a legal right to take when at work
Cancer survival rates are improving in Grimsby and Cleethorpes but there are still big variations. Men with prostate cancer have the best survival rate locally – with 96.4 per cent of those diagnosed between 2012 and 2016 surviving a year, followed by women with breast cancer, with 95.7 per cent surviving a year. In comparison, less than half of those diagnosed with oesophagus (49.3 per cent), stomach (42.8 per cent), and lung cancers (38.2 per cent) survived a year. The gap is even bigger when looking at five-year survival rates in the area. For men with prostate cancer, 85.5 per cent survived for five years, followed 85.4 per cent of women with breast cancer. This compares to 12.5 per cent of people with lung cancer and 16.2 per cent of people with stomach cancer. However, the five-year survival rate for lung cancer has significantly improved from 9.6 per cent for those diagnosed between 2007 and 2011. Overall, five-year survival rates in the area have improved for 11 out of 14 … [Read more...] about The types of cancer with the best and worst survival rates
31/05/2019 By Neptune Leave a Comment 31 May 2019. By Neptune Run to these before they are gone from the Geneva screens… PAIN AND GLORY (Douleur et Gloire) **** (vo Spanish) Pedro Almodovar was back at the Cannes Film Festival for the 7th time on the Côte d’Azur where he has always felt highly appreciated by the public and has obtained various prizes, but never the coveted Palme. Even before having seen the rest of the lineup, this was my personal Palme d’Or. More or less based on his life, this quite perfect film has all his trademarks – deep relationships, heightened colors and decor, superb editing, intricate scenario – and favorite actors such as Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz, who both deserved Best Actor’s awards. Almodovar did say at their press conference that many of the scenes were fictionalized, as his having lived underground, fainting at the sight of a beautiful man when he was a mere child, or the painful conversation with … [Read more...] about FILM: PAIN AND GLORY – My personal Palme d’Or