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England 52-10 Scotland: Red Roses continue Women’s Six Nations dominance

England 52-10 Scotland: Red Roses continue Women’s Six Nations dominance

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England: (33) 52Tries: Packer, Riley, Davies, B Cleall, Breach, Rowland, P Cleall, penalty Cons: Scarratt 5Scotland: (3) 10Try: Smith Con: Nelson Pen: NelsonBack-to-back Grand Slam winners England dominated their Women's Six Nations opener against Scotland, securing an eight-try victory.The Red Roses claimed a first-half bonus point in Doncaster, with Jess Breach's incredible solo score the pick of their five tries.Scotland offered some resistance and Helen Nelson claimed three points.But England crossed three more times in the second half and Hannah Smith scored Scotland's only try.In a new format created because of the coronavirus pandemic, teams will play two pool games before a final weekend of fixtures to decide placings.The result puts England top of Pool A and the Red Roses will fac...
CDC: Depression, anxiety continue rise in U.S. due to COVID-19 pandemic

CDC: Depression, anxiety continue rise in U.S. due to COVID-19 pandemic

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March 26 (UPI) -- More than 40% of adults in the United States experienced symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorders at some point between August 2020 and the end of January, according to data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Over the roughly six-month period, the percentage of adults reporting symptoms of these disorders nationally increased from to 42% from 36%, roughly a 17% jump, the data showed. Advertisement The percentage of adults across the country who took a prescription for one of these disorders during this time rose to 25% from 22%. As of the end of January, 12% of adults of all ages nationally indicated that they needed mental health treatment, but did not receive it, up from 9% in early August. The trends are likely linked with the ongoi...
Survey: 3 out of 4 people in U.S. will continue wearing masks after pandemic

Survey: 3 out of 4 people in U.S. will continue wearing masks after pandemic

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Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Nearly three out of four people in the United States plan to continue wearing masks in public even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, according to a survey conducted by Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Four out of five said they also will continue to avoid crowds, and 90% of participants said they will maintain frequent handwashing and sanitizer use after the coronavirus has been contained. Advertisement "While the progress we're making toward recovery is exciting, it's critical that we don't ease up on the precautions that we know have worked thus far," Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser said in a statement. "Masks and physical distancing are still our best weapons for limiting spread and, now that we have a vaccine, will make those precautions even more effective and will ...

Europa League wins for Arsenal, Tottenham and Leicester, fans return on talkSPORT, Maradona tributes continue – football news LIVE

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip, and pays our respects to Diego Maradona… HEADLINES Arsenal and Leicester progressed to the Europa League last 32, while Tottenham moved a step closer to joining them Arsenal to welcome fans back first and be joined by Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, but spectators still […] talkSPORT