SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileMiner Raul Bustos, center, is helped by rescue workers after being lifted out of the collapsed mine where he had been trapped with 32 other miners for 69 days. (Hugo Infante, Chilean Government/Associated Press)The celebrations continue in Chile as the country breathes a sigh of relief for the 33 rescued miners hauled safely above ground after being trapped for 69 days.Thousands of people took to the streets across Chile after the last miner, shift foreman Luis Urzua, was winched out of the San Jose mine late Wednesday, less than 24 hours after the rescue operation began.As the world watches, the spotlight now turns to what lies ahead for the men. While Health Minister Jaime Manalich said most of the men were in good condition, many were experiencing anxiety and trouble sleeping after months underground.No one has ever survived underground as long as the trapped miners, who were forced to ration minimal emergency supplies after the mine collapsed.Read moreWhat will the mental health impact be going forward for the 33 men? Replay the conversation below as Dr.
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My most inappropriate was when a dude thought he could kiss me at work and damn near got slapped in the face. If we work together, I required to be nice to you. Don read into it and don make my job uncomfortable for me. It was a rare moment of introspective, quiet emotion one she repeated with tremendous success during a pared down version of the Evita ballad You Must Love Me, several songs later.A couple more, er, ambitious moments didn’t translate. As much as I enjoy the singer’s willingness to reconfigure her older material, grafting gypsy guitars and Cossack dancers on to the “Spanish lullaby” La Isla Bonita framed by a Hee Haw worthy barnyard set was just plain wrong. And the raucous attempts at feedback and metal riffs during both Ray Of Light and Hung Up proved that, though she’d love you to think otherwise, rock ‘n’ roll isn’t exactly our girl’s strong suit.As the throngs poured out of the ACC after Madonna’s two hour set, I caught more than a few grumbles from some glitter faced diehards, many of whom seemed underwhelmed by what they perceived as weak choreography and a set that leaned too heavily on material from Hard Candy, Madge’s most recent (and somewhat lacklustre) album.