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A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived

A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived

A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived “The things which are proving problematic are the things that we expected to be problematic,” Ms. Jones said. “So for goods, it’s all about the speed and accuracy with which people are preparing the right paperwork.” …

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Blackwater’s Bullets Scarred Iraqis. Trump’s Pardon Renewed the Pain.

Blackwater’s Bullets Scarred Iraqis. Trump’s Pardon Renewed the Pain.

Blackwater’s Bullets Scarred Iraqis. Trump’s Pardon Renewed the Pain. Blackwater’s Bullets Scarred Iraqis. Trump’s Pardon Renewed the Pain. BAGHDAD, Iraq — Haider Ahmed Rabia was stuck in traffic in Baghdad 13 years ago when guards with the American security contractor Blackwater opened fire with machine guns and grenade launchers, killing or wounding at least 31 Iraqi civilians. He still carries …

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U.S. Women’s Open: Cristie Kerr Is Playing in Pain

U.S. Women's Open: Cristie Kerr Is Playing in Pain

U.S. Women’s Open: Cristie Kerr Is Playing in Pain U.S. Women’s Open: Cristie Kerr Is Playing in Pain “Whenever I have broken ribs or torn cartilage, I have to stop playing golf because the turn is so painful,” he said. “I couldn’t imagine swinging a golf club for four hours.” The world No. 6 Brooke Henderson, a former hockey goaltender, …

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How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain

How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain

How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain Swissport’s British operation was able to keep its staff employed through the country’s furlough program, which helped pay up to 80 percent of wages at companies hit by the pandemic. But that government subsidy was set to expire on Oct. 31, prompting Swissport to …

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Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen for Pain and Fever in Infants

Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen for Pain and Fever in Infants

Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen for Pain and Fever in Infants Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen for Pain and Fever in Infants Some doctors prefer ibuprofen for treating fever and pain in babies; others use acetaminophen. A new review of studies has found that ibuprofen may be marginally more effective. Researchers combined data from 19 studies including more than 240,000 children under 2 years …

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What Losing My Father Taught Me About Parenting, Planets and Pain

What Losing My Father Taught Me About Parenting, Planets and Pain

What Losing My Father Taught Me About Parenting, Planets and Pain What Losing My Father Taught Me About Parenting, Planets and Pain When we said goodbye, last New Year’s Eve, my father had already become hard of hearing. The end was very near. In our final video chat, I was able to show him how the rug from his childhood …

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Acupuncture Helped People With Back Pain Walk and Bend Better

Acupuncture Helped People With Back Pain Walk and Bend Better

Acupuncture Helped People With Back Pain Walk and Bend Better Acupuncture Helped People With Back Pain Walk and Bend Better A double-blinded randomized trial of electroacupuncture found it may result in a modest improvement in daily functioning for those with chronic back pain, though it provided little pain relief. Electroacupuncture uses a small electric current passed between needles, a practice …

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Physical Therapy Has Benefits for Back Pain

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Physical Therapy Has Benefits for Back Pain Physical Therapy Has Benefits for Back Pain People with back pain are often referred for physical therapy, though studies on its effectiveness have been mixed. A randomized trial suggests that, despite some limitations, physical therapy may have real benefits. Researchers studied 220 adults, aged 18 to 60, with back pain and sciatica (pain …

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Wig-Looking Poisonous Caterpillars Can Inflict Pain, Officials Warn

Wig-Looking Poisonous Caterpillars Can Inflict Pain, Officials Warn

Wig-Looking Poisonous Caterpillars Can Inflict Pain, Officials Warn Wig-Looking Poisonous Caterpillars Can Inflict Pain, Officials Warn First, it was murder hornets. Now it’s stinging caterpillars. As if there wasn’t enough to worry about in 2020, foresters in Virginia are warning that if you see a caterpillar that looks like a wig on a tree, don’t touch it. The Virginia Department …

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A Manila Barbershop’s Mirrors Reflect the Pain of the Pandemic

A Manila Barbershop’s Mirrors Reflect the Pain of the Pandemic

A Manila Barbershop’s Mirrors Reflect the Pain of the Pandemic A Manila Barbershop’s Mirrors Reflect the Pain of the Pandemic MANILA — For 20 years, amid military coups, typhoons, terrorist attacks and a People Power revolution, Rollie Magalona’s clients have streamed into his barbershop in Metro Manila for more than just a cut and a shave. Through it all, rich …

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