SportSport News Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales: 3 key battles to watch out for in ITA vs WAL Euro 2020, Switzerland vs Turkey: Top 5 players to watch out for in SUI vs TUR Bett1Open 2021 Final: Liudmila Samsonova beat Belinda Bencic to clinch title Esports MS Dhoni has always been considered as one of the fittest cricketers in the world cricket despite being 39 years old but on Friday everyone saw a different Dhoni.Coughing, panting – struggling for breath. Such was Dhoni’s condition, that after running quick double every-time, he was gasping for breath. The epitome of fitness for the Indian cricket – was down on his knees. One of the greatest finisher and runner between the wickets was looking for excuses to take a break so that he can get grip on his breath. 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Right after the completion of the game, Star Sports commentator asked him literally – are you ok mate ?“I tried to get as much as time as possible. It is quite dry out here. So, the throat gets dry and you start to cough. When you have legal signs, you can take some time off.” Was it the heat or is the age catching up with MS Dhoni ? CSK lost their third consecutive game despite Dhoni being there in the middle for almost 12 overs . Not only his fitness but his batting also looked out of sync, out of touch.“I was not able to middle a lot of deliveries. Was trying to hit it too hard. When the wicket is slightly at the slower side, it is better to time it. Looking at outfield it was subconsciously coming to us to hit the ball hard,” Dhoni said after his side’s third defeat in four matches.“Long time back once we lost three in a row. We need to get a lot of things right. It is the professionalism. We need to take our catches not bowl no-balls. Those are the controllables and may be we are getting too relaxed,” he said.Dhoni and his team will not have much time to recover as they are scheduled to play KingsXI Punjab on Sunday. Before IPL 2020, it was in IPL 2014 that CSK for the first and the last time lost 3 matches in a row. If they lose another one, they will set an unwanted record of their worst run in IPL history. Can Dhoni’s aging team stop the rot against KXIP ? If not, it will be difficult for CSK to recover from the 4 consecutive loses in the tournament.Catch CSK vs KXIP Live @ 7.30PM @ Dubai ONLY on Star Sports and Live Streaming on Disney+ hotstar.Follow InsideSport.co for all Live and Ball by Ball updates on the game. https://www.insidesport.co/ipl-2020-match-no-18-kings-xi-punjab-vs-chennai-super-kings/ Football Euro 2020, North Macedonia vs Netherlands: Top 5 players to watch out for in MKD vs NED Football Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales LIVE: Verratti returns for Italy, Ampadu starts for Wales, check full line-ups; Follow Live Updates, Euro 2020 LIVE broadcast in more than 200 countries, check how you can watch Live Streaming of EURO 2020 in your country Football IPL 2020 : Is all ok with MS Dhoni, will he recover before CSK vs KXIP game on Sunday ? 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More Nova Scotians will have access to a home screening kit for colon cancer as the Colon Cancer Prevention Program expands to Annapolis Valley Health. The expansion of the screening program is part of government’s efforts to make life better for families in every region of the province. The program is in place in South Shore Health, Cape Breton District Health Authority, Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority, South West Health and Colchester East Hants Health Authority. By next spring, it is expected to be available provincewide. MLA Gary Ramey, on behalf of Health Minister Maureen MacDonald, officially launched the program’s expansion in Kentville today, July 12. “Government is committed to making health care better for Nova Scotians. An important part of this is providing access to screening for colon cancer. I am pleased to see the Colon Cancer Prevention Program expand to the Annapolis Valley Health area, and that it is now available in six district health authorities in the province,” said Mr. Ramey. “This program is key to preventing colon cancer, the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Nova Scotia, and finding it early when it can be most successfully treated.” This week, people between the ages of 50 and 74 who live in the Annapolis Valley Health area, will begin receiving information on the program. A couple of weeks later, they will receive the home screening kit. Directions, in English and French, are included in the kit. The home screening test is easy to use. It tests for small amounts of blood in the stool, which may be a sign of growths in the colon. “Colon cancer is a preventable cancer,” said Dr. Bernard Badley, medical director, Colon Cancer Prevention Program. “People often think that if there are no signs or symptoms of a problem, all must be OK. That is not necessarily the case with colon cancer. “I cannot stress enough the importance of people being regularly screened before there are any signs of disease. With screening, studies show that we can reduce the number of people who will die by up to one-third.” Although in its early stages and not yet available throughout the province, the program is already making a difference. “The screening program has identified a number of individuals with early cancers and pre-cancers,” said Dr. Badley. “Without screening, these likely would not be found until a much later stage when treatment is far less effective.” Dr. Don Clark, a colonoscopist with Annapolis Valley Health, said screening for colon cancer is essential. “More often than not, there are no warning signs of colon cancer in the early stages when it is most treatable and most who get the disease have no family history of it,” said Dr. Clark. “On average, about 75 people in our district are diagnosed with colon cancer each year. The prevention program will change this, but people need to participate.” The greatest risk factor for colon cancer is being older than 50. Nova Scotians, age 50 to 74, are encouraged to be tested regularly. For more details on colon cancer or the kits, go to www.cancercare.ns.ca/coloncancerprevention . Cancer Care Nova Scotia, a provincial program of the Department of Health, was created in 1998 to facilitate quality cancer prevention and care for all Nova Scotians.