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IT looks like video games do make you violent - or at least when a shop assistants refuse a refund on one they do. Footage that went viral on Facebook shows a man losing his temper at a GameStop before trashing the entire store. The clip begins with the disgruntled customer saying he doesn't want store credit, but wants his money back. A cashier responds that even if the man were returning a brand new game he might not get his money back. He says: "There's nothing you can do about it. That's just their policy." He adds: "When I scan your receipt, it's going to see when this one was bought, and it's going to automatically give you trade credit." The customers responds: "I'm getting really p***ed off right now." The cashier seems to turn his attention to the next customer as the man walks out of the camera view. Then there is a loud noise and the customer violently pushes over a display rack laden with merchandise. The man takes his game off the counter - which the caption identifies as … [Read more...] about Shocking moment angry gamer smashes up shop when refused refund … proof video games really DO make you violent?
The last time I saw Dina Asher-Smith she was collapsed in a heap after winning the 4x100m relay at the European Championships in Berlin, 24 hours after winning the 200m, five days after winning the 100m. Not only did she return to the UK with three gold medals, her times — 10.85 seconds for the 100m, 21.89 seconds for the 200m — smashed British records. It takes a moment to register that the woman standing in front of me in a blush pink Tibi dress is the same record-breaking 22-year-old athlete. Oh, God. In less than two years’ time she will be representing Great Britain at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Does she even have time to be dressing up and twirling around in front of the camera? "It’s been absolutely lovely," she says, once the shoot is finished and we have sat down to talk. "Outside of track and field, I’m a window-shopper. Clothes, shoes and make-up; I’m very much into all of that. That is a world I feel very comfortable in. It’s … [Read more...] about How Dina Asher-Smith reached the top of her game
WHEN you're trying to get fit, it can be tempting to work out like crazy - at every opportunity. Those pounds won't shift themselves, will they? But the truth is, working out all the time could be one of the reasons that you're NOT reaching your goals. Confused? Don't be - we reveal why exercising every day is actually stopping you from shedding fat and building the abs you've always dreamed of having. We all have a set of abs, it's just that for the vast majority of us, they're hiding underneath a cosy layer of adipose tissue (belly fat). In order to expose those stomach muscles, you've got to concentrate on getting your overall body fat percentage down. You can train the muscle underneath the fat but the real game changer is losing the fat covering the muscles in the first place. We tend to have a high storage of fat around our middles if we're exposed to high and prolonged stress. Stress comes in many different forms but one of those is physical stress; working out at a high … [Read more...] about How exercising too much could actually be MAKING you fat
Sticking to certain foods and a healthy diet isn't just good for your physical health, it may also have a positive impact on your mental state. Shannon Drenick says she's seen this firsthand. For years, she suffered from depression and anxiety. But today, she doesn't need medications, and she credits her strict, nutrient-rich diet full of dark leafy greens, protein and healthy fats. It was her doctor's recommendation and she says it has significantly improved her mental health. "I honestly think it was a game-changer for me with her," Drenick told CBS News. There is emerging evidence that nutritional psychiatry – or using diet to treat mood disorders, such as depression – may be beneficial. Dr. Eva Selhub has been treating Drenick for 14 years. "Remember your brain needs fuel, and even though it's a very small part of your body, it takes 20 percent of your fuel," she said. Selhub says that fuel directly affects the structure and function of the brain, ultimately … [Read more...] about Can eating the right foods help boost your mental health?