The former Charlton Athletic defender posted on his Instagram account: “Gutted to confirm that my season for both club and country is over having undergone successful ankle surgery … Been a tough few weeks trying everything possible to be available on the pitch to help the team. I’m going to do all I can to get back and be in the best possible shape for pre season.” … [Read more...] about Liverpool’s Joe Gomez out of Champions League final and World Cup
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In truth the most striking sporting photograph of the past 12 months – that of Megan Rapinoe with her arms wide and chin regally tilted in celebration – felt like a metaphor for women’s sport itself: standing tall, oozing attitude, ready to take the fight to all-comers. No wonder that throughout 2019 and early 2020 there was a sense of tectonic plates being shifted, and prejudices being shattered. But then came the Covid-19 pandemic. And with it a clawing fear that what had been made could be rapidly unmade. … [Read more...] about Covid-19 has rocked women’s sport but its future remains bright
“[We are] at the beginning of describing what may be a complex picture of chronic disease that may ensue from the initial infection – coming and going in relapsing waves, sometimes almost like a kind of chronic fatigue syndrome,” he said. “[These cases] may reflect examples of virus not fully cleared, or alternatively, some kind of damaging post-hoc disturbance to immune or inflammatory function,” he said. … [Read more...] about Explainer: what do we now know about Covid-19 – and can you get it twice?
Instead of sharing a dance with her dad during a night-time bash, Alejandrina - who wore a white dress and a tiara - went for a spin with her mum, Maria, who was Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's first wife. … [Read more...] about Inside blood-soaked lives of El Chapo’s children – from shoot-outs to brutal beatings
If more people were vaccinated against flu, unusually high rates of flu-like illness would be more likely to raise red flags, said Jason Kindrachuk, an assistant professor in epidemiology from the University of Manitoba. “Given that both Covid-19 and influenza share similar early symptoms of illness, influenza vaccination status provides an additional mechanism to help distinguish potential infections that could be responsible for a patient’s symptoms. … [Read more...] about Higher flu vaccination rates could help expose new viruses like Covid-19 earlier, expert says