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‘Mist was everywhere’: extreme weather driving North America’s pollen overload

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First, he had the symptoms. Then he saw the yellow fog. A thin layer of gold-coloured dust coated the patio furniture, the patio, his children’s swing set – everything in the garden of Ubaka Ogbogu’s home in the Canad...

Overload risks footballers’ health, study finds, as Salah and Mané face game 70

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A culture of overload in elite men’s football is putting players’ health at risk, a new study has found, days before Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mané each play their 70th match of the season in the Champions League final...

Three Thousand Years of Longing review – Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba in Mad Max: fairy overload

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Grant the Mad Max fans a magic wish and they’d conjure up a new film from George Miller, right here and right now, not a moment to lose. It’s probably what they’ve been wanting since Fury Road trundled off into the de...

No comfort at the bottom of the feed: how to prevent information overload in the time of Covid

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There was a routine. Kate Sewell would watch the New South Wales premier’s daily Covid press conference at 11am. During the work day, she kept a browser tab running with a pandemic news live blog. She’d pick up her ph...

Poo overload: Northern Ireland could be forced to export a third of its animal waste

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A surge in pig and poultry farming in Northern Ireland has built a multimillion-pound industry, feeding British consumers chicken and pork. But it is creating a climate and pollution headache for politicians. After a ...

Pi’erre Bourne: The Life of Pi’erre 5 review – digital overload

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Pi’erre Bourne is the super-producer behind some of the biggest rap tracks of the past decade, including Playboi Carti’s Magnolia and 6ix9ine’s Gummo. The Life of Pi’erre 5 is Bourne’s latest attempt to resurface as s...

Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe by Niall Ferguson review – information overload

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Is there such a thing as a timely history book? If the point of history is to gain objective distance from past events, then timeliness can only be a pleasing accident rather than an outcome that is consciously sought...