Brits have less than a week to issue old paper notes worth £11bn

Britons have just six days to spend £11 billion ($12.4 billion) in paper notes before they cease to be legal tender. The Bank of England (BOE) announced on Friday that approximately £6bn of old £50 notes and more than £5bn of old £20 notes will no longer be recognized by UK companies from 30 September. … Read more

Why hot water bottles or heating pads can be harmful to diabetics

What could be nicer than a hot water bottle or a heating blanket, especially in winter, to keep your toes warm or just relax that stiff back after a hectic day at work? But it turns out that something so commonly used by people around the world can pose a major health risk to people … Read more

Alzheimer’s may not be primarily a brain disease. A new theory suggests it’s an autoimmune disease

Pursuing a cure for Alzheimer’s disease is becoming an increasingly competitive and controversial quest with the past few years witnessing several significant controversies. In July 2022, the journal Science reported that a key 2006 research paper published in the prestigious journal Nature, which identified a subtype of brain protein called beta-amyloid as the cause of … Read more

Crown Prince launches national gaming and esports strategy

Report Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, deputy prime minister, defense minister and chairman of the Council for Economic and Development Affairs (CEDA), on Thursday unveiled the National Gaming and Esports Strategy that aims to make Saudi Arabia the global hub for gaming and esports. industry by 2030. The strategy, which marks … Read more

Are fatigue, shortness of breath, blue skin or lips symptoms of heart disease in children?

With increasing cases of heart disease, pay attention to one’s heart health has become the need of the hour. While many believe that only adults are at serious risk, several newborns are also born with heart defects that can manifest in the form of common symptoms. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 17.7 million … Read more

48% of gamers in Saudi Arabia are women

RIYADH — Figures released by the Saudi Ministry of Communications and Information Technology show that 48 percent of the Kingdom’s gamers are women. With 23.5 million gamers in Saudi Arabia – nearly 70 percent of the Kingdom’s population – the popularity and potential of the Kingdom’s gaming and esports sector is enormous. In addition, this … Read more

Apartment project unveiled for Brisbane Games Village

Brisbane-based developer Limitless has submitted plans for a $140 million apartment development in Hamilton Northshore, the riverside area earmarked for the 2032 Olympics in the Athletes’ Village. Limitless has proposed a 23-storey mixed tower comprising 100 apartments on Hercules Street – a key corner and pedestrian access of Hamilton Northshore, a stone’s throw from the … Read more

Mobile gaming market drops by almost 10% in first half of 2022

Battlegrounds Mobile India game and logo can be seen in this image July 29, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Most mobile game genres saw a decline in shipping and downloads in the first half of 2022, with the overall mobile game market declining 9.6 percent year-on-year, a new report said. According to new data from Sensor Tower … Read more

[+] Smith Collective brings Games Legacy to life

Ten years and counting – the development race has begun to get Queensland in shape to host the biggest sporting event in the world. The key to the success of the 2032 Brisbane Olympics will not only be the athletes’ performance on the track or in the pool, but also how long-term planning needs deliver … Read more

The Loop: Neighbors come to an end, treasurer warns inflation will get worse, and body of a climber in Sydney found on a mountain

Hi there. To be thursday 28 july and you’re reading The Loop, a brief summary of today’s news. One thing to know: inflation is only going to get worse In a major economic statement to parliament today, Treasurer Jim Chalmers warned Australians will face a “hard drug” in the coming months to avoid a recession … Read more