Mini stroke symptoms: Seven signs there’s a problem and you’re at risk of having a stroke

MINI stroke symptoms are the same as those of a stroke, but they tend to only last for a few minutes or hours. It’s important to be aware of all the signs because a mini stroke could mean you’re at risk of having a full stroke in the near future, which can have fatal consequences. […]

Mini stroke symptoms: Seven signs there's a problem and you're at risk of having a stroke

Mini strokes are also known as a TIA – a transient ischaemic attack. Like strokes, a TIA is caused by a blood clot blocking an artery leading to the brain. The main symptoms are the same as those of a stroke, and usually begin suddenly. The difference is the symptoms only last for a few […]

Germany’s migration chief is sacked amid an asylum agency fraud scandal – but is the problem solved?

The ousted head of Germany’s refugee agency was central to an unfolding asylum application fraud scandal, but firing her won’t fix core “structural problems” in the country’s migration system, a geopolitical analyst has told RT. After serving just 18 months as head of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), Jutta Cordt was fired […]

Employee burnout is a huge problem in the tech industry. This survey shows which companies have it the worst

Sutterstock / Freedomz Employee burnout and stress is a big problem in the average American workplace, but it’s especially true among some of the country’s biggest tech companies, many of which have famously rigorous workplace cultures that often encourage long hours, favor young people, and sometimes require unreasonably high levels of productivity.  Blind, a message […]

Daily Podcast: The Problem With Toxic Fandom And How We Can Fix It

On the June 7, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman, writer Hoai-Tran Bui and special guest Lindsey Romain to have a discussion about the current state of toxic fandom, trolls, and our role in the film conversation. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, […]

Does New Zealand Have a Humility Problem?

Sixty-five years ago, in May 1953, a young adventurer from New Zealand became one of the first two humans to stand atop the highest mountain in the world. It was a landmark feat. But what did Edmund Hillary, a self-described “average bloke” who reached the summit of Mount Everest alongside Tenzing Norgay of Nepal, say […]