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The guys are back after the international break and are excited to discuss what is fast becoming a strong start to Real Madrid's season. First, they preview the Levante game, looking into Isco's splendid form and trying to figure out who he might replace in the starting lineup--is it Bale? James? Or maybe Modric after some decline? Gabe takes some questions from the audience and they segue into the Liverpool match: should Madrid really be nervous about this side? Or is this just the allure of playing in Anfield that has the guys worried?
Jack and Robert are back this week! Wait, no. Jack is busy doing important things, so Robert is back this week! But to prevent you from having to hear me drone on by myself for a while, we've brought in our very own Adam Clark to make his first Holtecast appearance. And what a time to join!
We've got a recap of the dreadful Leicester City match, a look at Aston Villa's limited action in the transfer window, some talk of new boy Carles Gil, the big protest planned [takes a huge breath] AND of course the Liverpool match set for this weekend. We ALSO end up taking some listener questions
Daryl and Taylor get on the line to discuss the big news from this week, including Alexi Lalas' move from ESPN to FOX, the Champions League knockout round draw (and Taylor's hipster excitement for one match in particular), and DaMarcus Beasley's retirement from the US National Team. After that, the guys give their specific predictions for this weekend's match between Liverpool and Arsenal. The success of the recent live show and potential future performances also merit mentioning.
Chelsea is no longer invincible - the expert panel (some who picked this upset last week) react to the end of the Blues 23 game unbeaten streak. Liverpool plays four big matches in twelve days - how will they fare against a resurgent Manchester United in this classic rivalry next weekend? Is West Ham United the bandwagon "flavor of the week" replacing Southampton after winning three BPL matches this past week? After no wins in their first seven games, the up and down Newcastle side is on the upswing after beating Chelsea - are these guys for real - or was it the ball boys' fault? Sergio Aquero has carried Manchester City FC and is now out for at least a month with a knee injury - can the Citizens prove they are not a "one man show"? Champions League pool play is over - we have the final 16 - who does the panel favor to reign as the best club in the world? The two yanks and Brits debate these and other topics live from the British and Dominion Social Club.
In this week's episode of Holtecast, we look at Aston Villa's transfer window so far. We look at the signing of Grant Holt and talk about player's we'd like to see brought in, and close with a preview of the weekend's match against Liverpool at Anfield.
In this week’s episode, we look back at the Liverpool match, talk about transfer news, and preview next Wednesday’s derby match against West Brom. Thanks for listening!
Mum from liverpool talks about her child taken in to care and the murder on the nhs.
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B12 deficiency isn’t a bizarre, mysterious disease. It’s written about in every medical textbook and its causes and effects are well-established in the scientific literature.
However, B12 deficiency is far more common than most health care practitioners and the general public realize. Data from the Tufts University Framingham Offspring Study suggest that 40 percent of people between the ages of 26 and 83 have plasma B12 levels in the low normal range – a range at which many experience neurological symptoms. 9 percent had outright deficiency, and 16 percent exhibited “near deficiency”. Most surprising to the researchers was the fact that low B12 levels were as common in younger people as they were in the elderly.
That said, B12 deficiency has been estimated to affect about 40% of people over 60 years of age. It’s entirely possible that at least some of the symptoms we attribute to “normal” aging – such as memory loss, cognitive decline, decreased mobility, etc. – are at least in part caused by B12 deficiency.
In this episode, we first looked back at the 2-1 loss for Fulham against QPR at Loftus Road. In the second half of the show we previewed the upcoming game for Fulham against Liverpool at Anfield.
Joining us for an interview during the show was Simon Steers who writes for This Is Anfield, and The Tomkins Times. Please do take a listen.
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