close
close
Money - ReadSector - Page 3939 of 4275 - Just another ReadSector.com Sites site

Coronavirus: Some patients may suffer brain damage from bleeds

Some coronavirus patients may suffer brain damage as a result of the devastating infection, doctors around the world are warning.   One Florida patient in his 70s lost the ability to speak at least temporarily, The New York Times reported.   Brain scans of a woman in her 50s taken in Detroit revealed that some of her … Read more Coronavirus: Some patients may suffer brain damage from bleeds

From Tanya Byron’s How Did We Get Here? to The Rachman Review: This week’s top podcasts

From Tanya Byron and Claudia Winkleman on How Did We Get Here? to The Now Show and The Rachman Review, this week’s top podcasts By Leaf Arbuthnot Published: 22:01 BST, 18 April 2020 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 18 April 2020 How Did We Get Here? For better or worse, the pandemic has sent many of … Read more From Tanya Byron’s How Did We Get Here? to The Rachman Review: This week’s top podcasts

Would you let the stars rule your life? 

Charts and constellations are as vital to our everyday lives as our smartphones They only date if their signs are compatible, plan pregnancies and career moves by the zodiac and even reschedule meetings if (heaven forbid!) Mercury is retrograde. Eimear O’Hagan meets the women who won’t get out of bed without consulting their horoscopes  ‘I … Read more Would you let the stars rule your life? 

Medics find coronavirus in the lungs of Iranian woman, 30, even though she had no symptoms

Medics find coronavirus in the lungs of Iranian woman, 30, even though she had no symptoms of the deadly virus Medics in Tehran discovered the coronavirus in the lungs of a woman, 30 She did not display symptoms of the disease but demanded a CT scan to check Doctors say it is being ‘increasingly recognised’ … Read more Medics find coronavirus in the lungs of Iranian woman, 30, even though she had no symptoms

Inside Ravensburg – the town trying to keep up with the demand for puzzles during lockdown

Last week I went to a beautiful part of central Europe. Not in reality, of course, and not even virtually via an online tour, but through the wonder of a jigsaw puzzle. Piece by piece, the inky waters of Lake Constance and the tree-lined shores of Mainau island, linked by a narrow causeway to the … Read more Inside Ravensburg – the town trying to keep up with the demand for puzzles during lockdown

Devon Windsor and shirtless husband Jonathan Barbara cut athletic figures in sporty black gym wear

Devon Windsor cools off in her bra while husband Jonathan Barbara goes shirtless as couple work out together By Dan Heching For Dailymail.com Published: 01:04 BST, 19 April 2020 | Updated: 01:05 BST, 19 April 2020 With gyms shut, exercise lovers have had to adapt their workout routines. And Victoria’s Secret stunner Devon Windsor was seen … Read more Devon Windsor and shirtless husband Jonathan Barbara cut athletic figures in sporty black gym wear

Crippling brain condition that left an under-18 kayaking world champion in a wheelchair

Having won two gold medals in the 2017 under-18 kayaking world cup when she was just 15, it’s fair to say Georgia Carmichael was in peak condition. But just six weeks after the event, she was struck down with searing headaches, chronic fatigue and an unbearable sensitivity to bright lights. Within months, she had suffered a … Read more Crippling brain condition that left an under-18 kayaking world champion in a wheelchair

Boris takes back control: Prime Minister gives Cabinet directions from Chequers

The Prime Minister has taken back control at the helm and is giving directions to ministers from Chequers in an attempt to lead the UK out of the coronavirus crisis. Boris Johnson, who is currently recovering from coronavirus at the country retreat, has told Downing Street aides that he has set his sights on returning before … Read more Boris takes back control: Prime Minister gives Cabinet directions from Chequers

DEBORAH ROSS: People coughed and no one scarpered. Imagine that!

DEBORAH ROSS: People coughed and no one scarpered. Imagine that! By Deborah Ross for Event magazine Published: 22:01 BST, 18 April 2020 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 18 April 2020 Quiz Monday-Wednesday, ITV Rating: Killing Eve Monday, BBC iPlayer Rating: Oh Lord, just what we needed right now: a three-parter over three nights with the focus … Read more DEBORAH ROSS: People coughed and no one scarpered. Imagine that!

Four-month-old cubs frolic across grass and scramble up logs

Un-bear-lievably cute! Four-month-old cubs frolic across grass and scramble up logs as they explore their enclosure for the first time at a Swedish zoo Mother bear Lill Babs gave birth to the bears in her den on January 7 this year Since then she has nurtured them inside her home at Skansen zoo, Stockholm She … Read more Four-month-old cubs frolic across grass and scramble up logs