signs

Jalen Brunson signs with the Knicks and this weird saga may finally be over

Jalen Brunson signs with the Knicks and this weird saga may finally be over

Jalen Brunson is officially signing with the New York Knicks. We know this, because ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that he agreed to terms on a four-year, $104 million deal. The last several days have been strange, to say the least, with information leaking out a bit at a time, then stories changing during the process. …

Jalen Brunson signs with the Knicks and this weird saga may finally be over Read More »

Alzheimer’s linked to swearing and bad parking

Alzheimer’s linked to swearing and bad parking

Memory loss is a prominent symptom of Alzheimer’s disease, but that’s only one of many signs of the disorder. The disease, which affects 5.8 million people in the US, often presents as forgetfulness, irritability and trouble communicating. Earlier this month, researchers said they’d uncovered another sign of the illness: imprudent altruism. The new findings suggested …

Alzheimer’s linked to swearing and bad parking Read More »

The most common signs of low testosterone, from low sex drive to difficulty building muscle, according to doctors

The most common signs of low testosterone, from low sex drive to difficulty building muscle, according to doctors

Loss of libido and fatigue are some of the most common symptoms of low testosterone, doctors say. The hormone can also affect your mental focus, mood, and ability to build muscle and strength. A blood test can determine if your testosterone is low, and if treatment could improve your symptoms.  Loading Something is loading. Testosterone …

The most common signs of low testosterone, from low sex drive to difficulty building muscle, according to doctors Read More »

Perspective | When golfers ignore who signs the checks, they miss what’s being bought

Perspective | When golfers ignore who signs the checks, they miss what’s being bought

Placeholder while article actions load Dustin Johnson met with the media Tuesday in London, announced that he had resigned from the PGA Tour, acknowledged that would make him ineligible to play in the Ryder Cup, and joined the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series. He characterized his decision-making thusly: “I chose what’s best for me and my …

Perspective | When golfers ignore who signs the checks, they miss what’s being bought Read More »