Syracuse lacrosse’s Rehfuss denied homecoming at UAlbany

Syracuse lacrosse star Stephen Rehfuss, a Shaker High graduate, had waited years for Friday night. The top-ranked Orange were supposed to visit the University at Albany for the first time in what would have been a major event for the sport in the Capital Region. His parents and five older sisters would have been among an anticipated sell-out crowd at Casey Stadium. The redshirt senior attack was looking forward to returning to the campus. He grew up shooting there…

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Coronavirus is upending the financial plans of retirees

The economic gut punch of the coronavirus pandemic is being felt by retirees. Even those who have savings and other resources now fear that the financial stability they had envisioned for their post-working years is gone. With the U.S. economy staring at a recession and the stock market having plunged more than 25% from its peak in February, retirees have seen the value of their retirement funds badly eroded and are looking for ways to generate cash for their…

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‘I’m hooping my way through the lockdown’: how readers are keeping fit…

‘Hula hooping is perfect for cardio and strength’ I am a professional hula hooper so I’m hooping my way through the lockdown. It’s perfect for cardio and strength, as well as being a bit silly so you can forget about what’s happening with the world. I also have a young son so I decided to film and record a hula hooping for kids online course. I’ve released it for free and have had over a hundred people download it…

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U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 5,000 as healthcare workers forced t…

Good morning, NBC News readers. As the U.S. death toll from coronavirus continues to climb, we look at healthcare workers’ struggles to protect themselves in the face of it all. Here’s what we’re watching this Thursday morning. U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 5,000 The head of the World Health Organization expressed deep concern over the “rapid escalation” and global spread of the new coronavirus pandemic, as the United States nears another grim milestone of 5,000 deaths. “Over the past…

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Jose Mourinho leads Spurs virtual training sessions on exercise bike -…

Jose Mourinho is refusing to let the coronavirus pandemic stop him from putting his Tottenham players through their paces – conducting virtual training sessions while keeping fit on an exercise bike. All English football has been put on hold until at least April 30 because of the coronavirus outbreak, which has affected close to 900,000 people worldwide. And today UEFA have confirmed the return of Champions League and Europa League matches has been delayed until July at the earliest….

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Tottenham give fans brilliant insight into first-team training away fr…

Football may be on hold at present but that doesn’t mean the Tottenham team can rest up. Last playing in the Champions League Round of 16 clash against RB Leipzig three weeks ago, Jose Mourinho’s team didn’t have the chance to put things right against Manchester United five days later as Premier League football was suspended until the start of April. All football in England is now on hold until April 30 due to the coronavirus pandemic and that…

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A-League: Jets bank on Jobkeeper rescue package to play on | Newcastle…

news, local-news, NEWCASTLE Jets players and staff could benefit from a $130 billion Jobkeeper rescue package launched by the Federal Government on Monday. The Jets and majority of other A-League clubs were set to stand down players and staff without pay as the financial pain from the COVID-19 crisis worsens. Perth Glory owner Tony Sage announced on Saturday that he had effectively shut down the club while the season was postponed. Many clubs, including the Jets, were considering a…

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BOZICH | Dream denied, Grace Berger, Indiana women’s basketball turn t…

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Who’s going to be the one that tells Grace Berger what the limit was for the Indiana University women’s basketball team this season? That the Hoosiers’ season would already be complete? That they would not be competing in the Elite Eight or trying to wiggle into the Final Four this weekend? That the jarring, premature end to their season would have been no big deal by March 29? Not me. Because, if you say any…

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DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Our two adult sons both have symptoms… Will my wi…

A few weeks back, just as this pandemic struck Britain, I wrote that I was worried. I had been for some time, because this new coronavirus, to which we have no immunity, spreads frighteningly fast and can cause life-threatening illness.  And people my age – I’m 62 – and older are at much higher risk of severe symptoms.  I am also concerned, I wrote last weekend, about my mother, Joan, who is 90, and son Jack, who is a…

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How Working Out From Home Changes Your Brain, According To MDs

With social-distancing regulations closing gyms and other exercise spaces, lots of us are newly figuring out how to work out from home. Doing an Instagram livestream yoga class definitely isn’t the same as going into the studio, but the resulting endorphins can help you deal with this new normal. Even if you miss the community of your spin class, working out at home can change your brain to cope better with isolation. Finding movement that makes people happy and…

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