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Sandy's Spiel Report: Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions notes

Friday night of the 2018 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions supplied a look at some of Georgia’s top players. Though the majority of the games were blowouts in the first round of bracket play, there was still valuable intel collected at Suwanee Sports Academy. 914 more words


The Double Double, Can Den Bosch be stopped?

EuroHockey Club Cup Final

UHC Hamburg 1 ‘s-Hertogenbosch 2

‘s-Hertogenbosch beat Hamburg 2-1 for the second season running to win the EuroHockey Club Cup at Surbiton HC. 318 more words


Controversy as Club Campo De Madrid finish third

EuroHockey Club Cup 3rd/ 4th Place Playoff

AH&BC Amsterdam 1 Club Campo De Madrid 2

Club Campo De Madrid finished third in the EuroHockey Club Cup in controversial circumstances, AH&BC Amsterdam having a potential equaliser disallowed after an umpire consultation with just 16 seconds remaining. 274 more words


Urban Wild Boars and Risk of Zoonotic Streptococcus suis, Spain

Emerging Infectious Diseases June 2018 V.24 N.6

Fernández-Aguilar et al.

Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal (CReSA, IRTA-UAB), Bellaterra, Spain (X. Fernández-Aguilar, V. Aragon, N. Galofré-Milà, O. 130 more words


Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli blood group A interactions intensify diarrheal severity

The Journal of Clinical Investigation 2018

Pardeep Kumar, Mark Donowitz, James M. Fleckenstein

Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) infections are highly prevalent in developing countries where clinical presentations range from asymptomatic colonization to severe cholera-like illness. 210 more words


Why it's Bad to Not Eat Chocolate

(For my psychological sciences study I made this report.)

Chocolate is consumed throughout the world, with 7.5 million tons eaten in 2017 alone (Statista, 2019). While widely available and not age limited, chocolate is also considered an addictive food, with the term ‘chocoholic’ used to describe those with a frequent craving for it (Crichton, Elias, & Alkerwi, 2016). 1,883 more words


Taking London’s Pulse with the Medical Officers of Health.

A guest post by LH Member Ross MacFarlane. First published in London Historians Members’ Newsletter from June 2014.

As incidents of Victorian London go, “The Great Stink” of June 1858 must be one of the most familiar: the merest mention of the words brings to mind cartoons of filthy water (such as the one shown, below) and, most famous of all, the disruption of debates in the Houses of Commons due to the stench wafting in from the river. 1,252 more words

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