MAN UNITED VS NORWICH CITY

first_imgMAN UNITED (4-2-3-1)DE GEA,DARMIAN, JONES, SMALLING, BLIND,CARRICK, SCHNEIDERLIN,MATA, ROONEY, YOUNG,MARTIALJEROME,BRADY, HOOLAHAN, REDMOND,TETTEY, O’NEIL,OLSSON, BASSONG, MARTIN, WISDOM,RUDDNORWICH (4-2-3-1)Manchester United suffered a poor week when they were knocked out of the Champions League and then lost 2-1 at Bournemouth in the Barclays Premier League.Interestingly both goals conceded by United at the Cherries came from corners; it is the first time that has happened since January 2014, against Chelsea. It was also United’s 13th defeat against a newly promoted side in the Premier League, their first since losing 5-3 to Leicester last season.They face a Norwich City side that held Everton to a 1-1 draw last Saturday, their fourth league game without a win and that saw them drop into the relegation zone.Norwich have lost on their last five league visits to Old Trafford. In a total of seven Premier League trips there they have lost six and drawn one. Overall, they have won just three times in 28 visits, while losing 19 and drawing six. They last won there in August 1989 in the old First Division.last_img read more

Study: Family inclusion key for bulimic teens

first_imgBulimia nervosa occurs in an estimated 1 percent to 2 percent of teens; another 2 percent or 3 percent experience some symptoms of the disorder, which can also include using inappropriate weight-loss methods, use of laxatives and obsessive exercising. In addition to digestive problems, the disorder can cause mineral imbalances in the body that affect the heart and kidneys, swelling of the salivary gland and the loss of dental enamel through repeated exposure to gastric fluids while vomiting. LeGrange said parents of bulimic children have often been made to feel guilty about intervening: “What parent would step aside and play a minimal role in treatment if their child was diagnosed with cancer? Nor should they if a child has an eating disorder.” While the family-based approach was more successful, the researchers say it’s unclear whether the family involvement or the focus on eat behavior was the most important factor.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LeGrange, director of the Eating Disorders Program at the University of Chicago, and colleagues did a comparative trial involving 80 patients, ages 12 to 19, diagnosed with bulimia or with severe symptoms of the disorder, which is characterized by binging on and purging food. Forty-one of the patients were randomly assigned to family-based treatment, the rest to supportive psychotherapy that seeks to address issues that may have triggered the disorder. In family-based treatment, parents and sometimes siblings attend clinic sessions with the patient and are trained to take an active role in the home, encouraging healthy eating and monitoring the patients during and after meals. The study showed that 40 percent of teens whose families were included in the treatment program had stopped binging and purging at the end of a six-month treatment session, compared with only 18 percent who received therapy on their own. Six months after the treatment ended, 30 percent of those getting family-based treatment were still avoiding the dangerous eating habits, compared with 10 percent in the psychotherapy group. By Lee Bowman SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE New research shows that therapy that includes the parents of teens suffering from bulimia is twice as successful in helping adolescents overcome the eating disorder than those undergoing psychotherapy alone. “Parents are in a unique position to help their adolescents, yet treatments typically exclude them from the process,” said Dr. Daniel Le Grange, lead author of the study, published Monday in the Archives of General Psychiatry. “Now we have the evidence that we need to bring them back in.” last_img read more

Race to top draft pick: 49ers on top, but don’t rule out Raiders

first_imgWhere do the teams competing for the grand booby prize of NFL football, the No. 1 pick in late April’s draft, stand after Week 12?49ers (2-9)Lost to Tampa Bay 27-9After loss to Bucs, only Denver remains as an opponent with a sub-.500 record. Staggering to the finish line and the last five games are brutal.Remaining schedule: at Seattle (6-5), Denver (5-6), Seattle (6-5), Chicago (8-3), at L.A. Rams (10-1). Arizona (2-9)Lost to Chargers 45-10Never got anything going against the …last_img

Raptors react with proper stoicism after taking advantage of depleted Warriors

first_imgOAKLAND – What’s it like beating the two-time defending champion Warriors on their home court to lead the NBA Finals?No champagne corks littered the Toronto Raptors’ locker room. No cocky comments ensued. No blatant signs of euphoria existed after their 123-109 upset in Wednesday night’s Game 3.A pregame message on the Raptors’ whiteboard – “Let it rip” – that inspired a breakout performance from Kyle Lowry had even been erased.The only hint of title-bound confidence came from the mouth of …last_img

Saif goes blonde for ‘Go Goa Gone’

first_imgSaif Ali Khan made heads turn with his new look as he stepped out of Mumbais Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport sporting blonde hair and a set of brand new tattoos splashed liberally on his left arm and fingers.Girlfriend Kareena Kapoor was at the airport to receive him as Saif returned from Mauritius after finishing a shooting schedule for his upcoming zombie comedy, Go Goa Gone , which he has also produced.”These are Aztec symbols that symbolise peace and harmony. I have got the tattoos because they ward off the evil eye,” Saif said.The blonde hair, the actor said, was part of his look in Go Goa Gone . He plays a member of the Russian mafia who is hunting for a zombie. The hair, he said, “adds to the character”. “I have tried to experiment with my look in the film as it is an altogether different character from all that I have ever played,” he said.This is not the first time that he has got himself inked. Earlier, he had etched Kareena on his left forearm.Saif seemed to be enjoying showing off his new tattoos to the press, even as the lensmen missed no chance to click away.In 2008, Saif created a buzz when he got Kareenas name tattooed on his forearm.The tattoo has been tactfully concealed in his films but the latest set of tattoos that he has acquired will obviously be visible in his upcoming projects.Apart from Go Goa Gone, Saif is also shooting for Abbas- Mustans Race 2 . He will have to get rid of his blonde look for Race 2 , of course.advertisement”The look in Race 2 is an extension of what it was in the first film. In the sequel, though, I will look more muscular and sport more tattoos on my arms,?? Saif, who had acquired a lean look for his latest releases, Agent Vinod and Cocktail , said.For Race 2, he added, he has hired a new trainer to get into the beefy mode. He is shooting for the first leg of the film in Mumbai and is cast opposite actor Deepika Padukone.last_img read more