It’s probably millennial workers who have most gladly taken the path back to the office, perhaps eventhose who haddecamped to work from their childhood homes. Cooped up in small flats orhouse-shares closer to their workplace, many understandably cravethe chance to work away from the room they sleep in — andto hang out with peers. Plus they can probablymore easily walk or cyclein. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic: Why Londoners are refusing to return to the office
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“These new findings show that buried in the electrical static of the human brain, there is something utterly unique -- a simple signature,” said co-author and sleep researcher Matthew Walker, UC Berkeley professor of psychology and neuroscience. “And if we measure that simple electrical signature, for the first time, we can precisely determine exactly what state of consciousness someone is experiencing -- dreaming, wide awake, anaesthetised or in deep sleep.” … [Read more...] about Brain noise contains a unique signature of dream sleep
LONDON, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- Thousands of vulnerable children across swathes of London, including children at risk of harm in their home or community, were not visited by children's services teams during coronavirus lockdown, a special Evening Standard investigation has found. … [Read more...] about Thousands of vulnerable kids in London not visited by children’s services during lockdown: survey
A barren season would be devastating for the marathon runners, says Surender Singh Bhandari, a distance running coach and the holder of the national record for Men’s 10,000m. “The road racing circuit gives opportunity to battle hard for the top spot. The prize money earned on the circuit enables the athlete to spend on diet and other basic things.” Matre’s coach Ravi Raskatla fears an exodus of professional runners. He has 16 trainees who come from nearby areas, stay at a rented accommodation in Parbhani and nurture dreams of government jobs and India colours. … [Read more...] about No safe route for India’s running season
‘Don’t mind…’ she said one day. I wondered if I should not mind that she accidentally poisoned my cat or that she backed into my car? Not mind what travesty she had already committed or what she was going to unleash? She put an end to my wondering. ‘The drilling for our new cabinets may continue till one o’clock. In the night. I hope you don’t mind.’ … [Read more...] about Keep off my grass!