Moaaz Sidat

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3 Strikers Manchester United Could Still Sign This Transfer Window

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney goes into the game against Aston Villa on Friday night hoping to open his account for the season. He should be confident in his chances, having scored 13 goals against the Villans, more than he has done against any other Premier League side.<p>Wayne Rooney has …

Soccer

Search for Nefertiti's burial site given green light

<b>(CNN) —</b> A British archaeologist has been given the go-ahead by Egyptian authorities to search Tutankhamun's tomb for the final resting place of Nefertiti.<p>Nicholas Reeves, along with Mamdouh Eldamaty, the country's Minister of Antiquities, and a group of experts will enter the boy king's burial …

Archaeology

How Big a Steal Is Manchester United Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger?

Link to Media<p>Two moments stand out from Bastian Schweinsteiger's Manchester United debut that indicate just why he is such an important signing for the Red Devils.<p>The first was during the warm-up ahead of kick-off. Schweinsteiger started his United career on the bench, so warmed up with the …

Soccer

Rooney: Van Gaal sees me as Man Utd's lone striker

The club captain believes he will play up front next season despite previously dropping into midfield or out wide, and is targeting a haul of at least 20 goals<p>Wayne Rooney says Louis van Gaal is planning to play him as Manchester United's lone striker next season.<p>United have signed Matteo Darmian, …

Soccer

School grades aged 10 predict risk of dementia

A raft of studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference found that lifestyle choices were critically important for preventing dementia<p>Children with low school grades at the age of 10 are more likely to develop dementia later in life, scientists have found for the first …

Dementia

Firstborns really are the favorites and most successful, but they’re also the most unhealthy

First, middle, and only children will probably never stop debating the merits of their birth order. But a few things are pretty well settled. Firstborns in developed countries tend to earn more, have higher IQs, and end up more educated. And there’s evidence parents are biased toward them. But …

Immune System