Sam Northeast: 'I had more nerves in the 190s than in the 390s - which sounds ridiculous'

Sam Northeast: ‘I had more nerves in the 190s than in the 390s – which sounds ridiculous’

Congratulations. Can you sum up how you’re feeling right now? You’ve probably had just enough time for it to have sunk in on the drive south.Thanks. I guess it’s something which you always strive for in your career but never in my wildest imagination did I ever think I was going to end up on …

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Gold medalist Sydney McLaughlin, of the United States, poses by a sign after winning the final of the women

Sydney McLaughlin shatters 400 hurdles record with 50.68

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! In the hurdles world before Sydney McLaughlin, it took years to shave fractions of seconds off records, and winning races didn’t always mean rewriting history. This once-in-a-lifetime athlete is obliterating that mindset as quickly as she’s destroying the records she sets again and again. Sydney McLaughlin, of …

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Professor Joanna Moncrieff, pictured, a consultant psychiatrist at University College London, has led a team of researchers who have disproved the long-held believe of a link between low serotonin levels and depression

Joanne Moncrieff of University College London ‘disproves link between low serotonin and depression

Antidepressants do work, insist top doctors as they hit back at bombshell study  Top psychiatrists have rounded on the authors of a bombshell study which cast doubts on the effectiveness of antidepressants, labelling the findings ‘absurd’ and ‘grossly exaggerated.’ Last week, researchers at University College London said they had disproved a theory dating back to the …

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Professor Joanna Moncrieff, pictured, a consultant psychiatrist at University College London, has led a team of researchers who have disproved the long-held believe of a link between low serotonin levels and depression

Joanne Moncrieff of University College London ‘disproves link between low serotonin and depression

Antidepressants do work, insist top doctors as they hit back at bombshell study  Top psychiatrists have rounded on the authors of a bombshell study which cast doubts on the effectiveness of antidepressants, labelling the findings ‘absurd’ and ‘grossly exaggerated.’ Last week, researchers at University College London said they had disproved a theory dating back to the …

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Gut symptoms that come and go are most likely to be caused by irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS as it’s also known. The problem is very common, and is often linked to eating certain foods. Sufferers can experience abdominal pain, as well as constipation, diarrhoea and bloating

DR ELLIE CANNON: Why do I get awful stomach pain and sickness so often?

Every three to four weeks I get a terrible stomach ache, with sickness and other distressing digestive problems. I’ve had scans, but they come back normal. I’ve tried liquid diets, but they don’t help. What could be wrong? Gut symptoms that come and go are most likely to be caused by irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS …

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Geraint Thomas: Ineos Grenadiers saw me as a 'Sepp Kuss mountain domestique' before the Tour de France

Geraint Thomas: Ineos Grenadiers saw me as a ‘Sepp Kuss mountain domestique’ before the Tour de France

ROCAMADOUR, France (VN) – Geraint Thomas isn’t the sort of character to turn around and say ‘I told you so’ and what would be the point anyway? He’s let his legs and a podium spot in Paris do the talking when it comes to answering some of the questions and doubts his own team had …

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New Footage Of One Direction Being Formed Shows Whether Liam Payne's Recent Comments Were Strictly Accurate

New Footage Of One Direction Being Formed Shows Whether Liam Payne’s Recent Comments Were Strictly Accurate

“If he’s the standout, then he could be the leader.” The footage was released to mark the 12-year anniversary of One Direction — which was formed on the show after each member initially auditioned unsuccessfully as a solo act. However, the timing is especially relevant this year given Liam Payne’s recent comments about the formation …

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Chiefs training camp observations from Rookie Day 1

Chiefs training camp observations from Rookie Day 1

The Kansas City Chiefs got onto the practice field at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph on Saturday morning, conducting the first practice session of the team’s 2022 training camp. Saturday’s practice was limited to rookies, quarterbacks and a sprinkling of second-year players who reported to camp on Friday afternoon. There will be a …

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The transfer portal is about to get even wilder when the NCAA allows players to transfer multiple times

The transfer portal is about to get even wilder when the NCAA allows players to transfer multiple times

The announcement came during SEC Media Days where the “It Just Means More” motto took on new meaning.  “Surprised at that? Absolutely surprised at that,” said Tennessee coach Josh Heupel after first hearing Thursday the NCAA had essentially just allowed athletes to transfer an unlimited number of times. “I think it only heightens the craziness …

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How to Get Vaccinated, Tested and Treated for Monkeypox

How to Get Vaccinated, Tested and Treated for Monkeypox

The monkeypox outbreak continues to swell across the globe, leading the World Health Organization on Saturday to declare it a public health emergency of international concern. The designation means that a coordinated international response is needed to prevent the virus from spreading further and may push member countries to invest more funding in vaccines, treatments …

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