Neglected feet aren’t just a nuisance – they can be a threat to life

Onychogryphosis is an exotic name for a horrifying condition known as “ram’s horn” nails. It is characterized by abnormally thick and curved toenails, which sometimes curl around to dig into the feet, causing pain and infection and, in extreme cases, making walking impossible. In my experience, such toenails are usually found in the elderly and … Read more

The common vegetable that could be the key to weight loss

Eating potatoes may help people lose weight, according to a new study. Scientists say the vegetables are packed with important nutrients and can be part of a healthy diet. Potatoes have previously been linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and people with insulin resistance have been told to avoid them, but the … Read more

What binge drinking really does to your body

Today, the amount of binge drinking in middle age, Angus suggests, is quite comparable to the rates among our younger colleagues. Because for your big night out to qualify as a “binge,” you only need to drink six glasses if you’re a woman (that’s two large glasses of wine or a few strong cocktails), or … Read more

‘We lost a third of our orders after the Tories raised taxes’

Small businesses were once the backbone of the UK economy. But the reality is bringing more and more sleepless nights, relentless fear and bank overdrafts as inflation wipes out Britain’s entrepreneurial dream. Many survived months of lockdown and then faced rising wholesale prices, huge jumps in energy costs and customers cutting back on non-essential expenses. … Read more

Pfizer’s CEO was tagged by the regulator for making “misleading” statements about childhood vaccines

Pfizer’s CEO has been caught by Britain’s pharmaceutical watchdog for making “misleading” statements about childhood vaccines, The Telegraph can reveal. Dr. Albert Bourla used an interview with the BBC last December to claim that “there is no doubt that the benefits are entirely in favor” of vaccinating young people aged five to 11 against Covid-19. … Read more

Kick-off times, the latest team news and who they could play against in the last 16

Group stage fixtures All times in GMT England 6 Iran 2 – November 21st USA 1 Wales 1: Nov 21 Wales 0 Iran 2: Nov 25 England 0 VS 0: November 25 Iran vs USA: Tuesday, November 29, 7pm (GMT), 10pm local time, 2pm (ET) (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha) Wales against England: Tuesday, November 29, … Read more

Kick-off times, route to the final and the latest injury news for Qatar

England’s Group B opponents Wales dramatically advanced to the World Cup final via the qualifying play-offs after beating a passionate Ukrainian side in Cardiff in June. Victory for Wales’ talent-studded golden generation earned them a trip to the country’s second ever World Cup final – their first since 1958. USA also returns to the tournament … Read more

Not enough is being done to help the next generation

In a call to action, the princess adds: “We have an incredible opportunity, armed with everything we now know as a result of the work of dedicated scientists, researchers and practitioners, to make a huge difference to the mental and physical health of generations. come.” The princess’s work is based on 30 years of expert … Read more

Treasury blocks payment of train staff for fear of wage-price spiral

A senior industry source said: “This is the week the curtain has fallen and everyone can see who is holding things up. “Monday was a slow motion car crash that was completely avoidable. The government flip-flopped over the course of a weekend, eventually denying that they had stopped an offer. The claims echo those made … Read more

Pupil, 6, dies of Strep A infection after outbreak at school in Surrey

Data shows that the iGAS rate is higher this year than before the pandemic for children between one and nine years old. There have been nearly 16,000 cases of scarlet fever in England in the last 12 months and 1,766 cases of iGAS. Over the past two winters, very few seasonal viruses have been circulating, … Read more