Gareth Southgate has named his 28-player squad for England's September internationals, with Ivan Toney receiving a maiden call-up. The Brentford striker has not represented the Three Lions at any level before but will have a chance to in their upcoming Nations League fixtures away to Italy and at home to Germany - any appearance would … Continue reading Gareth Southgate names England’s 28-player squad for September internationals
Photo by Travis Saylor on Pexels.com After a break of more than five months, Rylan Clark-Neal has returned to Twitter. The presenter split from his husband Dan Neal earlier last summer and said he was focusing on his mental health. "So…. What did I miss?" the 32-year-old asked his 1.6m followers in his first tweet … Continue reading How to know if you need ‘digital liberation’
The term mind-blowing orgasm exists for a reason. When we orgasm, it’s not just a physical experience. Our brains are the supercomputers of our body, sending signals back and forth between various parts of the body, including the genitals. Also, sex can be very emotional, hence why sometimes we cry during or after. While your body is … Continue reading This is what happens in your brain during orgasm
Some amount of brain shrinkage, sometimes referred to as brain atrophy or cerebral atrophy, occurs naturally with age. Just as the body gets older, so does the brain. But not all brains age the same. Aging-related brain changes may include decreases in brain mass, shrinkage of areas of the brain that contain nerve fibers, loss of … Continue reading How to control brain damage as you age
Interesting Facts Here are some interesting, but true facts, that you may or may not have known. The Statue of Liberty's index finger is eight feet long.Rain has never been recorded in some parts of the Atacama Desert in Chile.A 75 year old person will have slept about 23 years.Boeing 747's wing span is longer … Continue reading Get Knowledge, Spread It!
Smoking increases the risk of developing schizophrenia by between 53% and 127% and of developing depression by 54% to 132%, a report by academics from the University of Bristol published ON 20 June, 2022 has shown. More research is needed to identify why this is the case, and more evidence is needed for other mental … Continue reading Does smoking cause depression and schizophrenia?
Multiple research studies have found that the brains of people with severe alcohol use disorder are smaller and lighter than the brains of those who do not have this condition.1 This alcohol-linked brain shrinkage affects the networks that regions of the brain use to communicate with other regions. The parts of the brain that allow neurons to communicate … Continue reading How excessive consumption of alcohol damages the brain
The Federal Government has claimed “a lot is happening behind the scenes” as it seeks to resolve the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, stated this while responding to State House correspondents after the weekly federal executive council (FEC) meeting presided over … Continue reading What FG is doing about ASUU strike
Nottingham Forest have made an offer to take Dean Henderson on loan from Manchester United, Meziesblog understands. The 25-year-old has made it clear to United that he wants to leave in order to secure first-team football and try and win back a place in the England squad ahead of the World Cup in November. Henderson signed a … Continue reading Nottingham Forest interested in Man Utd goalkeeper
Sarina Wiegman has named her final 23-player England squad for Euro 2022, with Sandy MacIver, Steph Houghton, Niamh Charles, Katie Zelem and Lucy Staniforth the five players to be cut. There is a place in the squad for Fran Kirby and Chloe Kelly, with the former struggling with fatigue during the tail end of the … Continue reading England announce Euro 2022 Women’s squad
SUMMARY: In some industries, a weak labor market has left candidates with fewer options and less leverage, and employers better positioned to dictate terms. Those who are unemployed, or whose current job seems shaky, have seen their bargaining power further reduced. But the complexity of the job market creates opportunities for people to negotiate the … Continue reading How to negotiate and get the job offer you desire
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Cybersecurity news and best practices are full of acronyms and abbreviations. Without understanding what each one means, it’s difficult to comprehend the significance of most major threats and the essential tools that help prevent them. Our list below contains 100 of the most common cybersecurity abbreviations that you may encounter in … Continue reading Cybersecurity acronyms you should know
Photo by vectors icon on Pexels.com Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has launched her campaign for a second independence referendum, arguing that Scotland will be economically better off outside the United Kingdom. Sturgeon, who leads the Scottish National Party as well as the devolved government in Scotland, said on Tuesday it's the right time to … Continue reading Scotland kicks off rally for independence from the UK
On March 2, the United Nations General Assembly voted, 141 to 5, on a resolution condemning Russia for invading Ukraine. India, the world’s largest democracy, abstained from the vote. It wasn’t India’s first abstention. India is also reportedly in talks to buy Russian oil at a discount, and is seeking to find ways to maintain trade relations despite … Continue reading Why India isn’t criticizing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Country music superstar Toby Keith disclosed over the weekend that he’s been fighting stomach cancer since late last year and has been receiving various treatments. In a statement on Twitter, the Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter shared with fans that he was diagnosed with stomach cancer last fall. “I’ve spent the last 6 months receiving chemo, radiation and surgery,” he … Continue reading Country music star Toby Keith diagnosed of stomach ulcer