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Ed Sheeran self-isolates after testing positive for Covid-19

Singer, whose new album = is out on Friday, says he is cancelling in-person commitmentsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageEd Sheeran has announced on his Instagram page that he has tested positive for Covid-19 and is self-isolating.In the post he said: “It means that I’m now unable to plough ahead with any in-person commitments for now, so I’ll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances I can from my house.” Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Music, Society, UK News, World news, Culture, Ed Sheeran, Sheeran, Coronavirus

Countdown to ecstasy: how music is being used in healing psychedelic trips

Jon Hopkins timed his upcoming album to the length of a ketamine high, while apps are using AI music to tailor drug experiences. Welcome to a techno-chemical new frontierTwo hundred psychedelic enthusiasts have converged in Austin, Texas for a “ceremonial concert” on the autumn equinox. People sprawl on yoga mats around a circular stage as staffers pace the candlelit warehouse, jingling bells and spritzing essential oils. While psychedelic drugs are prohibited, some attenders seem in an altered ...
Tags: Health, Music, Science, Drugs, Society, Mental Health, Culture, Psychedelia, Coldplay, Electronic Music, Brian Eno, Experimental music, Hopkins, Austin Texas, Jon Hopkins, Ram Dass

HEALTH & Poppy – “Dead Flowers”

HEALTH is back with another collaborative single following “ISN’T EVERYONE” with Nine Inch Nails and “ANTI-LIFE” with Tyler Bates and Deftones’ Chino Moreno. Now, HEALTH have teamed up with dark-pop performer Poppy on “DEAD FLOWERS.” It’s a sludgy, shoegazey track that verges into industrial territory. Poppy’s ethereal vocals, however, give “DEAD FLOWERS” a slight R&B saunter.
Tags: Health, Music, Poppy, Nine Inch Nails, New Music, Tyler Bates

These earplugs help me protect my hearing at loud concerts, and they cost less than $30

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The Mumba Concert Earplugs are comfortable and affordable. Sarah Saril/Insider Concerts are making a comeback, so I got these Mumba earplugs to help protect my hearing. The Mumba Concert Earplugs are the cheapest and most comfortable earplugs I've tried. They allow me to enjoy live music and loud events while minimizing potential hearing damage. Concert Earplugs (small) Before the coronavirus pan...
Tags: Reviews, Health, Music, Cdc, Audio, Trends, Tech, Features, Hearing, Concerts, Mimi, Mumba, Tech Accessories, Earplugs, Insider Picks, Product Card

63% of Black music makers have experienced racism in UK industry – study

Survey of 1,718 performers, creatives and staff reveals microgression, pay disparities and discrimination are rifeDespite increased representation within the British music industry, the UK sector remains hostile to Black creators and professionals, according to a report that highlights the effects of systemic racism on mental health and a racial pay gap that disproportionately affects Black women.The first Black Lives in Music study found that 63% of Black music creators had experienced direct o...
Tags: Health, Business, Music, UK, Money, Race, Society, UK News, World news, Music Industry, Work & careers, Mental Health, Culture, Pop and rock, Hip-hop, Discrimination at work

Importance of Choosing the Right Mattress and How Does It Affect Your Health

To sleep well is one of the most basic requirements of human life. And there are multiple factors that constitute good sleep, a perfect mattress being one of them. And since everybody has different sleeping patterns, sleeping positions, and sleeping timings, the sleeping mattress should also be different and should be selected based on their comfort. Your mattress and pillow combination is the first set of factors that determine how you sleep in addition to your lifestyle and then-current heal...
Tags: Health, Jazz, Sleeping, Mattresses, Talalay, Bonnell

Sage Steele Is Steele Out Here Being Loud And Dumb As She Calls ESPN’s Vaccine Mandate ‘Sick’ And ‘Scary’

ESPN commentator Sage Steele recently decided to go on to the “Uncut with Jay Cutler” podcast where she complained about being made to get vaccinated by her Disney-owned network, ESPN, in order to keep her job as a sports journalist.
Tags: Health, Wellness, Politics, Science, Television, Podcasts, Disney, Sports, Newsletter, Jazz, Espn, Public Figures, Jay Cutler, Celebrity News, Steele, Sage Steele

‘Spiritual medicine’: orchestra helps people with dementia write music

Suburb where Shameless was filmed is now home to Manchester Camerata, which is intent on serving the communityOn paper, it may seem like an odd pairing: the Manchester Camerata, one of Europe’s most renowned orchestras, and Gorton, the tough Manchester suburb where Shameless was filmed.Though a £100m regeneration project has bulldozed the boarded-up shops and grotty maisonettes that formed the backdrop to the chaotic Channel 4 show, the area is still among England’s poorest. Almost 29% of Gorton...
Tags: Health, Europe, Music, England, UK News, Poverty, Mental Health, Social exclusion, Manchester, Greater Manchester, Classical Music, Dementia, Shameless, Gorton, Manchester Camerata

Happy Earth, Wind & Fire Day!

It is the 21st of September so you know what that means? Earth, Wind, & Fire Day! If there’s a better band, I don’t know who it is. I hope your 21st of September is memorable. “Do you remember, 21st night of September?”
Tags: Health, Music, September, Infertility, Earth Wind & Fire

Symptoms and Causes of Knee Pain You Should Know About

Did you know that 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain? On top of that, one-third of Americans report experiencing knee pain at least once in their lifetime. According to the CDC (The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), these cases have been continuously rising since 2014. Therefore, if you or your loved one’s experience knee pain, it is essential to understand its signs and take immediate treatment. Otherwise, minor pain might turn into a severe medical condition such ...
Tags: Health, Cdc, Jazz, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Knee Pain, Swelling Stiffness Redness Instability

Arkansas Jail Inmates Say Doctor Gave Them Unproven Ivermectin Drug As COVID-19 Treatment Without Their Consent

An Arkansas doctor, Rob Karas, is under investigation for prescribing an anti-parasite drug called Ivermectin—which is typically used on animals—to inmates at the state's Washington County jail, several of whom said they were given the drug without their knowledge. 
Tags: Health, Arkansas, Jazz, Washington County, Ivermectin, Drugs Are Bad M'kay, COVID-19, Rob Karas, Fitness & Wellness, Arkansas Jail Ivermectin Drug, Ivermectin Drug

"He take me round to the city hospital. The clock was striking ten/I done hear my companion say, 'I don't b'lieve I'll see your smiling face again.'"

  A song — "Meningitis Blues" — that I ran into while poking through jug band music on Spotify (which I was doing as a result of listening to a podcast about skiffle music). I thought it made interesting listening during our covid times.  Here's the Wikipedia article on The Memphis Jug Band, which was "an American musical group active from the mid-1920s to the late 1950s... [that] featured harmonica, kazoo, fiddle and mandolin or banjolin, backed by guitar, piano, washboard, washtub bass and...
Tags: Health, Music, Law, Wikipedia, Ann Althouse, Coronavirus

Prayers Answered! Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Wife Jacqueline Home From Chicago Hospital After Coronavirus Battle

We have slightly better news to report about Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Jackson amid their recovery back to health after a two-week-long battle with the coronavirus. First, the good news! Jacqueline Jackson, the wife of the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., returned home from a Chicago hospital on Friday. Her stay included time in the intensive care unit where she was receiving supplemental oxygen and by the grace of God was never placed on a ventilator. "Our mother is leaving the Northwestern Memorial Hospi...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Science, News, Newsletter, Chicago, Jazz, God, Public Figures, Jackson, Jesse Jackson, Rev Jesse Jackson, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Jesse Jackson Sr, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Guide that Explains the To-Do’s for Protein Before or After a Workout

Timing holds significant importance. This saying has vitality in most things in life and protein shakes as well. Whether you take protein before or after a workout, it impacts your body differently. Therefore, timing is essential. Now that you’re wondering how to take a protein shake before and after your workout for your goals, it is worth reading through this knowledgeable guide. What is the Best Time to Drink Protein Shakes? The best time to drink a protein shake depends on your workout g...
Tags: Health, Jazz, Protein, Workout, Protein Shake, Journal of Nutrition

Eric Clapton refuses to play venues that require proof of vaccination

Clapton says he won’t perform for a ‘discriminated audience’ after vaccination passports made mandatory for clubs and venues this autumnEric Clapton has said he will not perform at any venues that require attendees to show proof of vaccination.In response to the government announcement that vaccination passports will be required to access nightclubs and venues by the end of September, the musician has issued a statement saying he would not play “any stage where there is a discriminated audience ...
Tags: Health, Music, Politics, UK News, World news, Culture, Pop and rock, Vaccines and immunisation, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Clapton, Coronavirus

A moment that changed me: meeting the rescue dog who comforted me through unfathomable loss | Shirley Manson

When I first held my dog Veela in my arms, I was grappling with my mother’s dementia, which was followed much too soon by her death. The teachings of my little red dog helped me surviveThe first time I rescued an animal was almost 15 years ago, while I was on hiatus from my band, Garbage, in 2007. Shuffling around Los Angeles with little to occupy my time and my catastrophic imagination, my husband suggested we might consider adopting a rescue dog from one of the local shelters. I was a little h...
Tags: Health, Family, Music, Dogs, Animals, Pets, Los Angeles, Life and style, Society, Mental Health, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Parents and parenting, Garbage, Shirley Manson, Pick

Nutrition for Dogs; What Exactly Should You Feed Them?

Dogs are definitely a man’s best friend. These are the companions that will not leave your side and will always stay loyal. There are so many dog lovers in the world and for good reason. Whether you are thinking of adopting a new family member, or are even thinking of changing your dog’s food, it is important to understand what kind of nutrition they require. There are a lot of things one should avoid feeding dogs such as chocolate, which can be very dangerous and detrimental for their health....
Tags: Health, Dogs, Animals, Food And Drug Administration, Jazz, Affco, Association of American Feed Control

4 Sneaky Ways Dad Can Stay in Good Shape

Do you think that your father’s healthy lifestyle and fitness has faltered lately? If yes, you surely would want him to exercise and eat a nutritious diet. Or maybe encourage him to reduce smoking or quit drinking? Well, it would be difficult to bring about a change in your man’s routine and would probably not work. But there are some sneaky ways to help him adopt a few healthy habits. Use these ideas to nudge the hero of your life to get and stay in good shape. Let’s get going with discoverin...
Tags: Health, Men's Health, Jazz, Daddy Talk, Good Shape, Sneaky Ways Dad Can Stay, Kefir Avocados Sweet Potatoes USDA

Heal Migraines and Take Steps for Improving the Quality of your Life

Cluster headaches and migraines generally take a toll on you, mainly when they occur regularly. Even worse- visual disturbances, nausea, and tearing eyes accompany the migraine, affecting around 12 percent of Americans.   “For chronic migraine, there are no triggers; life is my trigger. For chronic migraineurs, there are no cures; there are only patches that will get you through to the next bout. Have we tried acupuncture, herbal remedies, diets, standing upside down on our heads? Yes. The ans...
Tags: Health, Jazz, Pain, Cbd, Migraines

5 Great Ways to Simplify Your Life for Greater Wellness

If you want to live a life that’s as healthy and happy as possible, simplicity is the way to go. When your life is simple, you have fewer worries; fewer stresses and strains, and more time to focus on taking good care of yourself. Sound good? Here are a few things you can do to simplify your life for greater wellness right now: Rethink your commitments If you have a lot of commitments, from work to family to friends, it is worth taking a look at each and every one to see which are essential ...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Life, Jazz, Marie Kondo

Tome Jones at 81, sings about aging on his new album

NPR and Bob Boilen | June 7, 2021: "We're publishing this Tom Jones Tiny Desk (home) concert on his 81st birthday. It's a poignant moment in the life of a singer whose career spans 56 years and more than 100 million records sold; the passing of his wife, Linda, in 2016 after 59 years of marriage was devastating and resulted in the longest break between recordings of his career. But now Tom Jones is back with a new album, Surrounded By Time, and ready to share his deepest feelings, channeling son...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Facebook, Music, Bob Dylan, Npr, Las Vegas, Tom Jones, Longevity, Linda, Bob Boilen, Malvina Reynolds, Geriatrics, Bobby Cole, Tome Jones

Stars and fans rally behind Britney Spears after shocking claims

Justin Timberlake and Rose McGowan among those calling for end to singer’s conservatorshipThere was tentative anticipation surrounding Britney Spears’ address to an LA court during a hearing on Wednesday on the future of the conservatorship that has governed her life for 13 years.Would she affirm the theories of the #FreeBritney movement, which alleges she is being held against her will? Or would it be a disappointing procedural affair of little substance? Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Music, La, Society, World news, US news, Culture, Contraception and family planning, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Rose McGowan

Be A Better Dad By Taking Care of Yourself First

A lot of focus is put on a mother’s well-being when a child comes along. However, parenting takes a toll on both parents, and it is also essential to focus on Men’s Health. Fatherhood is a beautiful thing; however, it can be extremely challenging, especially for new dads. All the stress and sleepless nights are no joke; your life’s purpose suddenly changes. So now, your mission is to keep your children happy and healthy, which then leaves you with little to no time for yourself. To be a better...
Tags: Health, Jazz, Daddy Talk, Take Care Of Yourself, Men s Health Fatherhood

How a cancer diagnosis inspired a fresh outlook for one young musician

At the age of just 22, the very last thing you want to hear is that you have stage 4 cancer, but for some people the only response is to tackle it head on – which is just what Ellie Edna Rose-Davies didI barely noticed it at first. A bump on the right side of my neck, small but definite. I was 22 and had no health issues (I’d never even broken a bone), so I didn’t think much of the lump. But my boyfriend was concerned, so I made an appointment to go to the GP.For the next few months, I would see...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Music, Science, Cancer, Life and style, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Goat Girl, Ellie Edna Rose Davies

‘Frances made this happen!’ Jo Whiley on how her sister saved lives in the pandemic

The DJ was offered a vaccine before her learning disabled sister, who caught the disease. She discusses Frances’s illness, the campaign to change the priority list and the return of GlastonburyThere is a lot of joy in little glimmers of normality these days. For Jo Whiley’s sister, Frances, this includes being able to go back to bingo. “It means the world to her,” says Whiley, the BBC Radio 2 DJ. “And she won £30 last week, which was like she’d won a trillion pounds; she was so happy!” It was on...
Tags: Health, Music, Media, Society, Bbc, Disability, Culture, Festivals, Glastonbury festival, Music Festivals, Vaccines and immunisation, Radio industry, Learning disability, Radio 2, Northamptonshire, BBC Radio

The 2021 Guide to Using Men’s Health Supplements

What if you’re working out hard, eating clean, but not receiving the desired results? If you’re looking for that extra something that maximizes the results of your training, supplements are a healthy way to go about it. The problem is that most men don’t know where to start, be it pre-workouts or post-workouts. Then comes choosing the type of supplement such as whey protein, soy protein, vitamins, and minerals, causing a massive wall of confusion. To simplify things, we’re here to help you get...
Tags: Health, Post, Men's Health, Jazz, Men's Health Supplements, Using Men 's Health Supplements

Mask Up your Kids, Mommies & Enlighten them about its Importance

With the ongoing global pandemic, it has been hard for you to make your child wear a mask. And, influencing them to wear the same is even harder, especially for children with sensory differences, anxiety, and autism. It’s heart-wrenching to watch how the mask feels on their head, face, and ears. But, masking up has become the need of an hour. What’s even worse is how children panic while you put a mask on them. In addition to health reasons, some kids don’t like how the mask looks on them or o...
Tags: Health, Family, Safety, Masks, Jazz

Great Tips for Better Muscle Gains Through Weightlifting

“When you hit failure, your workout has just begun.”   -Ronnie Coleman   Developing and maintaining muscle strength is an essential part of growing older. This decides the overall body potential of an individual. This is why most professionals from the American Council on Exercise say that adults tend to lose half of their muscles with growing age. This process begins at the age of 30 years or so. So, what is the biggest reason for the decline in muscle strength? It’s physical activities that ...
Tags: Health, Fitness, Jazz, Weightlifting, Mayo Clinic, Don, ATP, American Council, Ronnie Coleman, Muscle Gain, Better Muscle Gains Through Weightlifting

Sinéad O’Connor: ‘I’ll always be a bit crazy, but that’s OK’

After a life marked by abuse, fame, scandal and struggle, the Irish singer-songwriter says she never lost faithRead an exclusive extract from her new memoir Sinéad O’Connor has been pretty much invisible for the past few years. There’s a good reason, though, she tells me with her usual disregard for social niceties. “I’ve spent most of the time in the nuthouse. I’ve been practically living there for six years.” She pauses, takes an intense drag on her fag, and warns me off being similarly politi...
Tags: Health, Music, UK, Society, Mental Health, Culture, Sinead O'connor, O'Connor

4 Key Benefits Engaging In Sports

Are you looking to manage your weight or build a physique that you love? Do you dislike going to the gym because you find routine workouts to be too predictable? If you answered yes to these questions, you should consider engaging in sports. The best thing about playing a sport is that there is an endless array of options to choose from. Whether you like contact sports or prefer to play solo, rest assured there is a game for you. Well, here are four benefits you will enjoy once you pick up a s...
Tags: Health, Sports, Jazz, All Blacks, All Sports Talk, All Blacks Team, Better Sleep Numerous

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