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Pep Guardiola doesn’t like people thinking it is easy for Manchester City when they win following 2-0 Crystal Palace victory

Pep Guardiola doesn’t like people thinking it is easy for Manchester City when they win following 2-0 Crystal Palace victory

Sports
Pep Guardiola was unhappy with the suggestion that what Manchester City do is easy.City won 2-0 against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park and the result never looked in any doubt. Gabriel Jesus and David Silva scored in the first half to see Guardiola’s side temporarily cut Liverpool’s lead at the top to five points. Getty Images - Getty Pep Guardiola’s side beat Crystal Palace 2-0 The City boss did not like people thinking it is easy for his side when they win. He told talkSPORT: “It is always routine when you win and when you lose against Wolves you are a disaster. “It’s always like this. We are a good team and sometimes the opponents are good, sometimes we have a bad performance but it’s not routine and there’s a lot of work behind it. “You cannot imagine...
Millennials aren’t thinking about this risk to their finances

Millennials aren’t thinking about this risk to their finances

Finance
Hero Images | Hero Images | Getty ImagesIf you're in your 20s or 30s without children, the need to purchase life insurance can seem unnecessary.Putting it off, however, may cost you. "The better health you're in and the younger you are, the cheaper your insurance premium typically will be," said certified financial planner Douglas Boneparth, founder and president of Bone Fide Wealth in New York.Insurance premiums rise by an average of 8% to 10% for each year you postpone buying coverage, according to Policygenius, an online insurance marketplace.If you're planning to have kids, there may be even more of a reason to buy it now.That's because health complications related to pregnancy, including gestational diabetes, could affect the premiums you pay, said Logan Sachon, an insurance expert at...
Can older couch potatoes exercise their way to better thinking?

Can older couch potatoes exercise their way to better thinking?

Health
By 2050, there will be 2 billion members of the world over the age of 60 and the ability for those people to stay mentally fit is a big concern. As there are few available treatments for protecting brain health, is exercise part of the answer? If so, what “dose” should the doctor’s prescription pad recommend? Researchers at the University of Miami looked at 98 studies (more than 11,000 people in all) of “couch potatoes” who were all over 60 years old. Based on the Mini-Mental Status Examination -- a “mental fitness” scale used by primary care providers -- people were placed into three categories: healthy adults, those with mild cognitive impairment, and those with dementia. In all the studies, people began to exercise at various intensities for d...