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Know FIFA World Cup 2022 football results and scores from the matches in Qatar. Get group standings and scorecards from the knockout rounds, including final. The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will see a total of 32 top national teams from five different confederations vie for the title of football world champions from November 20 to December 18. The 2022 FIFA World Cup will follow a familiar format with the 32 teams having been divided into eight groups – Group A to H – of four teams each. The teams in each group will face off in a single-headed round-robin format…

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Morocco will face Spain before Portugal take on Switzerland as the 2022 World Cup’s last-16 phase wraps up. The fourth and final day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup last-16 phase will see Morocco take on Spain and Portugal go head-to-head with Switzerland. Morocco vs Spain Spain head into Tuesday’s last-16 clash against Morocco as favourites but the Atlas Lions will hope they can pull off an upset after an electrifying start to their World Cup campaign. The Spaniards, who humbled Costa Rica 7-0 in their opening game, eventually finished second in Group E behind Japan following a shock 2-1 loss to…

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CNN — Japan bids the World Cup farewell after its World Cup last-16 penalty shootout defeat by Croatia on Monday, but the team and its fans left lasting memories that won the Asian nation plenty of plaudits in Qatar and across the watching world. In the early days of Qatar 2022, Japan’s stunning and surprising 2-1 comeback win against Germany helped establish the idea that this tournament could be a showcase for the strength of soccer’s other continents outside of Europe and South America – the World Cup has never been won by a team from outside of those two continents, nor has…

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Raheem Sterling has left the England World Cup squad in Qatar and returned to London after his home was burgled. The Chelsea winger, 27, missed Sunday’s last-16 victory over Senegal, after the incident on Saturday. Surrey Police said the occupants of the house returned to find jewellery and watches had been taken. No threats of violence were involved. The player’s spokesperson said Sterling was “prioritising the wellbeing” of his three young children. Sterling was said to be “shaken” and “as soon as he was alerted he wanted to get home”. The spokesperson, speaking on Sunday, added the intruders had been armed and the…

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Hair loss is a common problem, with nearly 80% of men and half of all women experiencing hair loss during their lifetime. Although nutritional supplements are commonly used for treating hair loss, there are limited data on their efficacy and safety A recent review summarizing data from 30 prior human studies suggests that nutritional supplements could potentially treat certain types of hair loss while having generally tolerable side effects. The authors noted that these studies included a limited number of participants and showed variability in design, suggesting the need for larger randomized clinical trials. A recent systematic review published in…

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For five years, Nathan Smalley worked as a paediatrician in Vasse, a regional town in Western Australia. His wife, Carly Smalley, is worried about her young son, Charles, one day following in his dad’s footsteps. “I want [medicine] to be an industry that Charles can be supported and nurtured in,” she said. “I want it to be something to aspire to the way it should be. Not the way it currently is.” Nathan died by suicide in 2020, after dealing with depression and anxiety for many years. “He struggled his whole life with mental health but he never talked about…

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Some North Carolinians have endured COVID and its long-haul aftermath for two harrowing years. A clinic at UNC keeps up with cutting-edge research and tailored therapies in hopes of finding solutions. Tony Marks in Pinehurst and Brooke Keaton in Charlotte both lived orderly, productive lives two years ago. That was clearly reflected in their steady jobs and close family ties. However, their experiences with the long-term effects of infection with the COVID-19 virus have touched and in many cases devastated nearly every other aspect of each of their days. Marks and Keaton don’t know each other, but both have worked…

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Respiratory viruses are sending people to the hospital and looming over a season filled with indoor family gatherings. Health leaders are warning of a “perfect storm” of respiratory viruses occurring this holiday season, with the U.S. experiencing increased flu, RSV and COVID-19 activity. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said Monday that the country has seen higher levels of both the flu and RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, than is typical for this time of year. Speaking with reporters, Walensky said 47 jurisdictions throughout the U.S. have reported “high” or “very high” levels of flu-like illness, compared with 36 jurisdictions reporting such levels the…

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The number of accounts blocked in October was about 13% less than the 26.85 lakh accounts the messaging platform banned in September. Instant messaging platform WhatsApp on Wednesday said it banned 23.24 lakh accounts in India in October, including 8.11 lakh accounts which were barred proactively before being flagged by users. The number of accounts blocked in October was about 13 per cent less than the 26.85 lakh accounts the messaging platform banned in September. “Between 1 Oct, 2022 and 31 Oct, 2022, 2,324,000 WhatsApp accounts were banned. 811,000 of these accounts were proactively banned, before any reports from users.…

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If you design technology with disabled people in mind, you design technology better for everyone. This was the sentiment from Google as it opened its first UK research and development centre dedicated to making tech to help people with disabilities. The Royal National Institute of Blind People, the Royal National Institute for Deaf People and disability charity Everyone Can have worked with Google on developing the centre in London. It is the company’s first accessibility-focused site outside the US. BBC technology reporter Paul Carter said the tech being developed by Google had the “potential to be significant” for disabled people.…

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