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J Neo Marvin Friday 16 December 2016

The BBC Radiophonic Workshop story is intriguing. I would love to hear what the brilliant Delia Derbyshire might have done with “Yesterday”!

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manteau Thursday 29 December 2016

I agree that the melody is quite similar to ” Do you want to know a secret”, a song by John, the Beatles were a rock’n’roll band, even Paul said it during “Anthology” and he felt ill at ease with “yesterday” at first. So it may be the real beginning of sir Paul’s solo career, as no other of his bandmates featured on this song. But they were a band, and I enjoy all their live versions of “yesterday”. John and paul often copied each other at the time, and George was heavily influenced by them in the early years. It’s just a nice little song that was blown up by the medias, I’ve never understood how it became so famous, but I understand why : The Beatles were four scruffy young men singing rock’n’roll in 1965, and “yesterday” reassured the parents and the establishment. One of the most famous sold out of rock music, I don’t dislike the song at all, But I resent what it represents today. Paul did better than that with and without the Beatles. “If I fell” , by the way, is IMO one of their most beautiful ballads, far better than “Yesterday” in my book, but I don’t want to engage in a John vs Paul nonsense, they loved each other, we should do the same.

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DarrenS Wednesday 26 April 2017

Listening to XM radio a few days ago, I hear The Kinks’ “Where Have All The Good Times Gone?”. Has a line in there “Yesterday was such an easy game for you to play”. Song was recorded in fall 1965, obviously well after “Yesterday” came out. No agenda here, just an odd little factoid. Still love both songs.

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stpaul Thursday 29 June 2017

Wow. As a fan of both songs I never noticed that!

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stpaul Thursday 29 June 2017

There’s also John’s diss in “How Do You Sleep?” “The only thing you done was ‘Yesterday’ And since you’re gone you’re just ‘Another Day’

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David Saturday 27 May 2017

Biased Lennon and Harrison fan and his other offsider should be locked up and the key thrown away. The song is a gem.

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A headache is defined as persistent pain anywhere in the head or neck. Headaches are very common. A large study of American children found that one in four teenagers reported frequent or severe headaches within the past year (Lateef TM et al. Headache in a national sample of American children: prevalence and comorbidity . , 2009 May;24(5):536-43).

Headaches can either occur on their own, or as a symptom of many different conditions. When headaches occur without any other illness, they are called primary headache disorders because the headache itself is the primary problem. Primary headache disorders include:

Headaches that are caused by another condition are called secondary headaches. For example, many headaches in children are due to infections, like the common cold or the flu. Serious causes of headache, like brain tumors, are extremely uncommon.

Most of the time, headaches can be easily managed with your child’s pediatrician or primary care provider. It’s very rare that your child’s headache is a sign of a serious or life-threatening problem.

Recurrent headaches, though, can interfere with your child’s school and social activities, and can affect your whole family.

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Headache symptoms can vary in frequency and severity, and may include:

If your child has frequent headaches that are interfering with his life or your family’s, you should see your child’s primary care provider. If necessary, your child’s primary care provider will refer you to a neurologist who has experience caring for children with headaches.

During the initial evaluation, the neurologist will:

Most children with typical headache histories and normal physical examinations do not need neuroimaging with brain CT or MRI. However, the need for neuroimaging will be discussed at your child’s initial visit.

Screening bloodwork or other tests for conditions that contribute to headaches may also be considered in some children.

At Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we have two groups of healthcare professionals who treat patients with headaches.

These are doctors and nurse practitioners who are very experienced in caring for children with headaches. They can offer typical acute and preventive treatments and counsel you and your child on lifestyle changes that may minimize headaches.

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