State of Origin I: New South Wales struggles with favoritism again as lessons of two years ago fail to sink in

It’s something Brad Fittler has said several times before – New South Wales, historically, doesn’t deal with favoritism all that well. This has been true for many years, even during Fittler’s own tenure as Blues coach. For all it’s glory and victories, even Fittler’s Blues don’t look comfortable when they’re sitting on top of the … Read more

The Love Of My Life Died From Cancer. Now I’m Struggling To Raise Our Son Through Grief.

I lost the love of my life to a recurrence of liver cancer right before the pandemic hit. By June 2019, my partner Burt had survived six rounds of chemotherapy and 48 sessions of radiation. Granted remission, we downsized our SoCal life, stored our remaining possessions and headed south of the border. Ticking items off … Read more

Experimental Drug Breaks Record For Weight Loss in Latest Clinical Trial Results

An experimental drug being clinically investigated for its effects on body weight in obese and overweight people has delivered record-breaking weight loss for participants in the trial – on par with surgical options, the company behind the drug suggests. Tirzepatide, developed by American pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly), is an once-weekly injection that … Read more

Essendon went into last year’s finals as a team on the rise — but it’s all gone wrong since

At the end of last year’s home and away season, many in football including Essendon fans were getting excited by the team’s late surge to hit finals in 2021. Under first-year coach Ben Rutten, the Bombers won five of their last seven games to clinch a spot in September — they were playing an exciting … Read more

Here’s What That Controversial New Study on Time-Restricted Eating Really Shows

Results of a new weight loss study were published this week, leading to headlines proclaiming intermittent fasting “isn’t a magic diet trick after all”. The researchers aimed to test whether adding a restriction on what time of day you were allowed to eat (or not) to the usual low-calorie (or kilojoule) diet led to greater … Read more

Many Dietary Supplements Are Tainted With Hidden Pharmaceuticals, Study Finds

Many over-the-counter dietary supplement products – particularly those used for sexual enhancement and weight loss – are tainted with undisclosed pharmaceutical ingredients. That is the key finding of my recently published review in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. My assessment of the Food and Drug Administration’s Health Fraud Product Database turned up 1,068 unique dietary … Read more

Chelsea beats Crystal Palace 2-0 at Wembley to reach FA Cup final against Liverpool

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has called on his team mates to snap the Blues’s losing streak in cup finals at Wembley Stadium and avenge their League Cup final loss to Liverpool when the two teams meet again in the FA Cup showpiece next month. chelsea cup finals 2017 FA Cup 2-1 loss to Chelsea 2018 … Read more

Novak Djokovic loses to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in first round of Monte Carlo Masters clay court tournament

Novak Djokovic opened his clay court season with a surprising loss to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina at the Monte Carlo Masters on Tuesday. Monte Carlo Masters Round of 32 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (SPA) def Novak Djokovic (SRB) 6-3, 5-7 (7/5), 6-1 Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) def Fabio Fognini (ITA) 6-3, 6-0 Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) def Dusan Lajovic … Read more

UFC 273: The Korean Zombie Octagon Interview – UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship

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Nick Kyrgios loses to Reilly Opelka at US Clay Court Championships in Houston, after latest outburst aimed at umpires

Nick Kyrgios has blown a gasket again, bowing out of a third successive US tournament in ugly meltdown mode. Key points: Nick Kyrgios is facing another potential big fine after his latest shouting match with the umpire in an ATP event semi-final loss in Houston Kyrgios clashed with umpire Joshua Brace during his match when … Read more