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    New York : For those of you trying to lose weight, you may well be wondering whether to follow a healthy nutrition, you really have to be expensive. The truth is that with so many packaged “health foods”, vitamins, supplements and other products, it is very easy to get lost with so much marketing. Although there are some that are worth it, as is the case of some protein powders for weight loss, it pays to be very clear and not beat around the bush: the healthiest options will always be fruits and vegetables. We have always known about the benefits of citrus fruits like oranges, mandarins, grapefruits, lemons, and limes. They shine for their high in vitamin C, which stimulates the immune system, reduces blood pressure and is even a great help to lose weight. The truth is that in a particular way, the oranges are naturally low...
    Lawmakers push to find out why Black and brown communities aren't getting COVID vaccine
    Everyone knows that catnip (known in English as catnip) causes sensations in cats comparable to those that some hallucinogenic drugs cause in humans: euphoria, chewing plants, rubbing with them … But a study has revealed that there is another reason why felines are attracted to this plant. Nepetalactol, which is the most powerful active ingredient in catnip (Nepeta cataria) and the creeper (Actinidia polygama), gives cats a chemical defense against mosquitoes, according to research published in Science Advances. The study, led by Masao Miyazaki, from the University of Iwate in Japan, throws new clues about nepetalactol and how it affects the behavior of cats. Nepetalactol had been previously associated as a mosquito repellent, but “our data is the first to show it,” Miyazaki told Gizmodo. The scientists say their study “is the first to show that nepetalactol is a potent bioactive compound for cats “. After contacting the plant,...
    Sep. The next day, Eric Duo-Hanson found a black, burnt stone on the lawn of his front yard in the Weiss district of Flensburg. The small meteorite fragment weighing only 24.5 grams holds a big secret: it contains the oldest traces of liquid water on Earth to date. This is the result of Audi Bischoff of the University of Munster, Mario Trilof of the University of Heidelberg and 39 colleagues in the journal Geogymica et Cosmokimica Acta. Small The mineral grains in the meteorite testify to thisThree million years after the formation of the first solid celestial bodies in our solar system, liquid water was formed. 4.565 billion years ago, giant gas planets such as Jupiter still formed only in the young solar system, while rocky planets such as Earth, Mars and Venus followed millions of years later. The space around the young sun was still full of gas and...
    London (CNN)When pharmacist Ifeoma Onwuka, known to her friends as Laura, went into hospital to have her daughter, she and her husband hoped the delivery would go smoothly, and that they would soon be able to take their new arrival home  to meet her siblings.  Onwuka's labor was induced at James Paget University Hospital in Great Yarmouth in the UK, about 140 miles northeast of London, in late April 2018. Things progressed quickly and there were soon signs that her baby was in distress, causing staff to begin preparations for an emergency Caesarian section, but Onwuka's daughter was born in the recovery room. The greatest trick racism ever pulled was convincing England it doesnt existShortly after the birth, Onwuka's condition began to deteriorate, according to the family's lawyer, Tim Deeming; she began to bleed heavily, and was taken into surgery where attempts were made to stem the loss of blood....
    CBS Will Wahl on 'Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X' It’s no secret that Survivor takes its toll on the castaways, both mentally and physically. But in a recent interview, the show’s youngest contestant ever revealed just how hard it was to return to everyday life and how long it took him to recover from being on the show.Will Wahl Said It Took Him a Year and a Half to Fully Recover 2016: High school runaway playing #Survivor 2020: College graduate going to law school in the fall Thank you to everyone whose supported me these past four years and throughout my whole life ❤️ pic.twitter.com/12pfheMzuL — Will Wahl (@window2wahl) May 3, 2020 In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Will Wahl of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X talked about how crazy it was to go from being on the show to coming home and going to prom....
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- The city of Santa Ana is seeing the highest test positivity rates in Orange County throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuesday, four of the city's zip codes were sitting at more than 20%. That's more than double the rest of O.C. as a whole.Researchers with UC Irvine are conducting a survey that includes free antibody tests to find answers behind why the numbers are so high here."As a Latina, we have such a high rate," said Loretta Marie Canett-Bailes, who participated in the survey.WATCH: Debunking COVID-19 vaccine rumors and myths EMBED More News Videos CNN's Sanjay Gupta helps separate fact from fiction when it comes to a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Canett-Bailes and other locals hope the results of the survey can help their community."Disparities in access to services and the information also because a lot of people are still working and it might not be the...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: Yankee Catcher Gary Sanchez’s future is more cloudy, find out why By: William Parlee November 22, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees and its fans have really soured on catcher Gary Sanchez even his most ardent supporters. He got so bad last season that he was actually sat down at times toward the end of the season and in most of the postseason, in favor of backup catch Kyle Higashioka. When your backup catcher is trusted more than your starting catcher, that isn’t good. Now that we are in the offseason, the Yankees are looking for ways to improve the team and are doing it in a financial environment where two things are in play. With a season with no fans in the stands, the Yankees suffered the biggest losses in baseball from the loss of revenue. The other is...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: The Yankees may now have to grossly overpay for DJ LeMahieu, find out why By: William Parlee November 19, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditYesterday was not a good day for the New York Yankees or the New York Met’s Robinson Cano. Cano was suspended for the entire 2021 season after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing drug (PED). When a crosstown team loses its star second baseman, at first glance, it might seem like a panacea for the Yankees, but in fact, it is a turn of events that are the opposite for the Yankees. The New York Mets are a different team today than just weeks ago. The Met’s have a new owner, Steve Cohen, a billionaire with some, say, unlimited funds, and will be willing to spend a large chunk of that wealth on making the Mets the premium team...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: Oh no, Yankees could lose Luis Severino too, find out why By: William Parlee November 15, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees certainly have their pitching problems to solve, but it could get even worse going forward; Luis Severino might not be a New York Yankee after the 2022 season. While they are trying to solve this year’s loss of Masahiro Tanaka, James Paxton, and J. A. Happ, they might want to consider future losses as well. Severino should be back with the team about halfway through the 2021 season. When he returns, the Yankees have no way of knowing what kind of pitcher he will be after having Tommy John Surgery. Severino, who was limited to three regular-season appearances in 2019, had dealt with forearm soreness dating back to October when he made a pair of postseason starts for...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) — The Fort Worth Independent School District (FWISD) is participating in a voluntary study examining the prevalence of COVID-19 infections and exposure in North Texas and why certain people are more affected than others. The study, in partnership with UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources, will use results to develop ways for reducing COVID-19 infections and deaths. A random population-based sample of 30,000 households in Dallas and Tarrant counties will be used in the study. It will include an occupation-based sample of 14,000 high-risk individuals working in non-medical jobs in both counties. “A deeper understanding of who is most exposed and how the virus is spreading will help policy makers as well as civic and business leaders to formulate effective mitigation and containment strategies and highlight where we have opportunities to improve the health of local communities,” said UT Southwestern President Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky....
    As Illinois reports 69 COVID-19-related deaths, the highest daily toll since June, state issues plan for vaccine distribution Chipotle reveals it killed the free tortilla side because people were ordering too many during the pandemic Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is Exactly Why You Get Turned on When You Work Out If you've ever felt yourself get "in the mood" while exercising, it's nothing to be ashamed of. "Being active is a potent aphrodisiac for both women and men," Tina M. Penhollow, an associate professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Health Promotion at Florida Atlantic University, told Aaptiv. In fact, it's likely due to biology more than it is your ego about how good you look while doing arm...
    Out-of-work Californians have been waiting months for unemployment checks to arrive as the coronavirus pandemic rages and employed residents have mistakenly received piles of payments for which they didn’t ask. Now fed-up lawmakers have demanded an emergency audit of the state agency that handles those claims, the Employment Development Department. The respective chair and vice chair of California’s Joint Legislative Audit Committee, Assemblyman Rudy Salas, D-Bakersfield; and state Sen. Richard Roth, D-Riverside; with the panel’s support, forwarded a directive to the state auditor this week to look into the matter. Work on the audit, which will search for what’s causing the backlog and determine what should be done about it, will begin by the end of September, Salas said in a news release. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office also is looking into the problem. “The magnitude of this is unprecedented,” Roth said by phone Thursday, Sept. 17. According to Roth’s office,...
    News the government would send out $1,200 stimulus checks had many Americans overjoyed this spring. But for some people, that has been followed by an unexpectedly long wait for the money. Verleen Conic, 56, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, is one of those people. Conic said she was perplexed when the $2,400 she was expecting for both her and her husband did not come. Both Conic, a U.S. Army veteran, and her husband receive federal benefits, so she thought they would already be in the system. After inquiring with the IRS, she found out that a check had been issued on May 5, though she never received it. More from Invest In You:These families prioritize spending to cope with Covid-19Younger women more likely to lead families' financial decision making Biggest myths about first, potential second round of stimulus checks "They told me that they had no way of issuing another check,"...
    Teens on TikTok roleplaying a domestic abuse victim (L), and a 9/11 victim (R). TikTok People on TikTok are pretending to be victims of historical events such as the Holocaust and 9/11 and even domestic abuse.  One creator of these videos told Insider they wanted to "educate people" with their depiction of the Auschwitz concentration camps.  Karen Kovacs North, a Clinical Professor of Communication at USC Annenberg, told Insider that teenagers are most likely doing making these videos out of a desire to bring awareness to a social issue while also participating in the TikTok culture.   "They're insensitive and hurtful out of complete lack of understanding," she said.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Avery* made a TikTok video in where she roleplayed a Holocaust victim in heaven, she did not expect the backlash.  The 17-year-old was in her house in New Jersey earlier this year...
    Warming up with coffee was essential in the Finnish winter. Rachel Hosie/Insider Finns consume more coffee than any other nation, according to the International Coffee Organization. I went to Finland in January to try and find out what's so great about their coffee, and was surprised by what I found.  No one was entirely sure why Finns drink so much, but it seems to have a lot to do with the need for caffeine on long, dark days. It's normal in Finland to drink eight cups a day, predominantly light roast filter coffee. There are words for different situations, such as "saunakahvi" (sauna coffee), "matkakahvi" (traveling coffee), and "vaalikahvit" (election coffee, drunk after voting in an election). Quality and sustainability are also very important to Finns, according to Ella Takalainen, a Helsinki-based barista trainer and coffee expert. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When thinking of Finland,...
    The FBI under Director Christopher Wray's leadership deceived lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee during a 2018 briefing on the Russia investigation, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham told "Hannity" Monday, citing a document he obtained from the Department of Justice. "This is really unbelievable ... " said Graham, R-S.C. "A year after they knew the Russian dossier was no longer reliable, they told the same lies to the Congress, not just the [FISA] court, as a completely new front of legal liability, and I'm going to find out what happened." DECLASSIFIED SENATE INTELLIGENCE REPORT SHOWS STRONG DOUBTS ABOUT STEELE DOSSIER IN DECEMBER 2016 According to Graham, the committee called the FBI to testify on the reliability of the notorious Steele Dossier. The dossier was pivotal to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants the bureau obtained for former Trump aide Carter Page as part of its "Crossfire Hurricane" investigation into Russian election interference. The senator said that the FBI told the committee there was no reason to doubt...
    If pet parents from around the globe got together to document all the cute, funny, strange, weird, and questionable things their pets do, the result would be the world’s largest collection of bizarre pet stories. However, with the power of social media at our fingertips, we can instantly share photos and write updates on the latest adorable thing Sparky did. But what if you saw a pet picture posted by a friend showing their dog pressing his head up against a wall with a caption saying something like, “What a goober! He’s been doing this for ten minutes now!” Your first thought might be that the dog did something bad or is bored, but what if you knew something could be really wrong with the dog? Head Pressing Is… A serious medical condition called head pressing causes a dog to press the top of his or her head against...
    CBS Why is Erika Sandoval's trial being delayed by the trial for the Golden State Killer? Sandoval shot and killed her ex-husband Daniel Green in 2015. There’s a rather weird coincidence happening in the murder trial that is the subject of the latest episode of 48 Hours — it may be delayed because of one of the highest-profile trials in recent years. Ahead of the episode about Erika Sandoval’s fatal shooting of her husband Daniel Green, here’s what you need to know about her trial and what the Golden State Killer has to do with it.The Golden State Killer Trial Delayed Sandoval’s Second TrialSneak peek: The Killing of Daniel GreenA California man shot dead in his home — his ex-wife admits she pulled the trigger. Did a photo posted on social media lead to the officer’s death? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports, Saturday, July 25 at 10/9c...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– UCHealth wants to find out more about coronavirus, so the health organization is asking for samples to use for genetic testing. The researchers want to find out why some people are more susceptible than others to contract coronavirus and get sick. (credit: CBS) The hope from the testing is to create earlier detection and find new ways to treat and monitor infections. (credit: CBS) For more information, please visit the UCHealth Testing for COVID-19 website.
    People walk past the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington D.C., the United States, May 21, 2020.Ting Shen | Xinhua via Getty Images Former Federal Reserve chairs Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen are raising questions about the role hedge funds played in the March market tumult. The duo pointed out in an essay that says the Fed was pushed into action as a result of a breakdown in market functioning triggered by massive hedge fund selling in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic declaration. As the market became flooded with Treasurys and other long-term securities, buyers bailed out and the Fed had to step in with liquidity facilities and asset purchases aimed at maintaining basic functioning. The Fed's purchases caused its balance sheet to swell past $7 trillion, or nearly double from its size earlier in the year. "Although risk and liquidity premiums in these key markets have returned...
    NBC Nursing student Michelle Le disappeared in May 2011. In September, her remains were found in a San Francisco wilderness area. San Francisco nursing student Michelle Le was training with her co-workers on May 27, 2011, when she ran out to her car in the hospital parking garage to retrieve something. She never returned. Four months later, her remains were found in a nearby wilderness area. Ahead of Dateline NBC’s episode about her disappearance and murder, here’s what you need to know about Le’s cause of death and who was convicted of the crime. Michelle’s Le’s Cause of Death Was UndeterminedDateline Episode Trailer: Vanished | Dateline NBCKeith Morrison reports Friday, July 10 at 9/8c on NBC. Watch full episodes: http://www.nbc.com/dateline Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/datelinenbc Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/datelinenbc Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/datelinenbc2020-07-08T12:46:37Z By the time Le’s body was found on September 17, 2011, her remains...
    Getty Nic Kerdiles (L) and Savannah Chrisley attend the grand opening of E3 Chophouse Nashville on November 20, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. Todd Chrisley and his rambunctious family return to the USA Network Thursday, July 9 with the eighth season of their reality TV show Chrisley Knows Best. This year, one of the main storylines of the season is that Chrisley’s daughter Savannah has put the brakes on her nuptials. Ahead of the season premiere, here’s what you need to know about why Savannah hit pause on her wedding to Nic Kerdiles.Savannah and Nic Want to Be Better For Each OtherChrisley Knows Best | TRAILER: Season 8 Coming July 9 | on USA NetworkA new season of Chrisley Knows Best, starring Todd, Chase, Savannah, Julie, Grayson, Chloe and Nanny Faye, comes your way July 9 at 9/8c on USA Network. Subscribe to Chrisley Knows Best: https://usanet.tv/2Si0UsM Watch full...
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