England were also given a major boost earlier on Friday when it was confirmed South African's main pace bowler Kagiso Rabada would be banned for the Fourth Test. … [Read more...] about England star Ben Stokes’ heartfelt century celebration was in tribute to stricken dad in hospital
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Last year, two people participating in trials in the US contracted E Coli from faecal transplants – one died – because samples had not been tested for that pathogen. But even this news does not stop people who can’t get FMT on the NHS or can’t afford it in the US (where it can cost $1,000) from doing their own thing. Adrienne Grierson, an Australian film-maker based in London, describes herself as “an antibiotic child”. Since then she has suffered “terrible stomach troubles” including “cramps, doubling over, vomiting, diarrhoea, boiling hot flush, sweating, agony”. … [Read more...] about The poo panacea: inside the strange, surprising world of faecal transplants
Graham Thorpe, one of two vastly experienced assistant coaches – Paul Collingwood is the other – looked on approvingly and assessed the bowling landscape before the final Test, which starts on Friday. “Jofra bowled well today,” he said. “Six, seven overs and he came in with really good rhythm and pace. We’ll probably get a bit of back-up on him tomorrow and then we will see how Mark Wood is. Obviously Woody hasn’t played back-to-back Test matches for a while [not since 2017]. I know he was a little sore at the end of the Test down in PE so we’ll see how he is tomorrow. … [Read more...] about With Jofra Archer fit, what will work best for England at the Wanderers?
She spent several months out after football fans watching the 2010 World Cup in a bar accidentally sent a beer bottle into the air, which smashed on the star's foot and badly cut it - the blood loss even causing her to faint. … [Read more...] about Gael Monfils admits playing too much PlayStation is behind hand injury as video games hit Australian Open hopes
Ellinson wore an androgynous haircut and stood in a rock star’s pose. Her pilot seemed to trip into motherhood, caught off guard by even the possibility of pregnancy. “Something’s breached,” she says, stunned. “Pink. Fuck.” She tries to hide her bump at work, ashamed of it. Brant wanted motherhood to jolt her. “It seemed important that she had experienced the exhilaration of flying before being forcibly assigned to the drone programme.” The freedom of flight – the speed, the G-force, the blue – slams to a stop. Ellinson wanted a taste of that and persuaded a friend to take her up in a light aircraft. “Nothing like a jet or an F16,” she remembers, “but take-off was a thrill. Mostly, it felt serene. It gives you perspective.” … [Read more...] about ‘Harder, faster, louder’: how drone-pilot drama Grounded shook the world