Judge Guevara’s anger: what are the red lines in the treatment of lawyers? | Legal

“Do not leave the courtroom!” Judge Alfonso Guevara repeatedly shouted to the lawyer of one of the defendants for the 17-A attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils a few minutes after the trial began. The video, shared by some lawyers on social networks, showed the scuffle with the defender when he threatened to be absent because … Read more

7 famous people suffering from rare diseases, in silence

In the Hollywood industry, several famous suffer from rare diseases, in silence. Pathologies make their days conditioned to different symptoms Y treatments that they have to carry out to combat them or in the worst case, feel better. We start with Selena Gomez, who suffers from lupus, an inflammatory disease caused when the immune system … Read more

Barcelona will suffer the loss of Piqué between four and six months

BARCELONA – Gerard Piqué will be away from the pitch for between four and six months after the tests to which he was subjected this Sunday in Barcelona confirmed that he suffers a grade three sprain in the internal lateral ligament and a partial injury of the cruciate ligament anterior of the right knee. Serie … Read more

People who have recovered from COVID-19 can suffer from these mental health problems | International | Magazine

According to a study published in the specialized journal The Lancet Psychiatry, people who became ill with COVID-19 and recover can develop mental illness. After studying the medical records of 69 million people in the United States, including more than 62,000 cases of COVID-19. In this group it was observed that 20% of them had … Read more

People with NC asthma suffer from mold growth

In eastern North Carolina, people visit hospital emergency rooms for asthma treatments, more than in any other part of the state, according to researchers at the University of East Carolina. A study of asthma-related emergency room visits between 2010 and 2014 found that, as a group, eastern counties had the highest rates of hospital emergency … Read more

Krasnodar suffer another comeback, now against Zenit (2-1)

Zenit Saint Petersburg widened the crisis of Krasnodar (2-1), Sevilla’s rival in Group E of the Champions League and which was not able to retain the advantage acquired in the first half to avoid its third defeat in a row in the League of Russia that leads the CSKA Moscow. Murad Musaev’s visiting team has … Read more

Women suffer a double penalty for Covid-19 | Fortune

The pandemic has not affected everyone equally, there have been (and continue to be) population groups that are especially vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19. This is the case of people who cannot telecommute, of those who have smaller homes, with the consequent overcrowding … and of women, who are especially suffering the consequences of … Read more

The EU warns that trade with the United Kingdom will suffer serious alterations from 1 January

The commercial relations between the companies of the European Union countries with those of the United Kingdom will not be the same as before. The change of status in relations between the countries of the EU and Great Britain will mean a serious setback in business between both sides of the English Channel. Thus, those … Read more

2-1. Barcelona suffer to defeat Dynamo Kiev • Hola News

FOOTBALL BARCELONA-DINAMO DE KIEV Barcelona, ​​Nov 4 (EFE) .- A goal from Leo Messi from a penalty (min. 5) and another from Gerard Piqué from the head (min. 65) gave Barcelona the victory against Dynamo Kiev, which made the Catalans suffer with both Tsygankov (min. 75). And that Barcelona had multiple scoring chances to sentence … Read more

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stock markets suffer from close electoral contest in the US, bond prices rise

An employee of the asset firm Gaitame.com watches from Tokyo a speech by the president of the United States. November 4, 2020. REUTERS / Kim Kyung-Hoon reuters_tickers This content was published on 04 November 2020 – 13:18 04 November 2020 – 13:18 By Marc Jones and Wayne Cole LONDON / SYDNEY, Nov 4 (Reuters) – … Read more