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Clearly there might be. Is it a fair bet that if you were at the dispatch box, you may if not sharing information? The last government adults more than any other government included. The number of warheads, targeting lists.
The Week
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Specifically on Friday, the government pledged to increase economic growth to four per cent and add 25 million new jobs. How easy will that be? Not very easy at all. The jobless rate is already below five per cent, the level most economists believe represents "full employment", although the proportion of adults active in the economy is near record lows. Business Insider says growth is set to be 3.4 per cent this year and that given the "global nature" of the economy, it is hard to "outperform this by much". What does Trump plan to do? He's going to invest up to $1trn800bn) in infrastructure, cut Obamacare, which he says will reduce healthcare bills, and corporate taxes, relax business regulations and impose tariffs on assets imported into the country. What will be the effect of these policies? It's impossible to say. At the moment, nobody even knows if the former property mogul will go through with everything he said he would during the campaign.
Derby Telegraph
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After months of miserable winter weather everyone is longing for milder days and the start of British Summer Time.Freezing temperatures and dark nights take their toll on us all and lack of sunlight is actually bad for us. That's because our main source of source of vitamin D is derived from the action of sunlight on our skin. In fact, Public Health England now advises that adults and children over the age of one should consider taking a daily supplement containing 10mcg of vitamin D,...
The Huffington Post
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I'm happy to turn this spot over to her for more insight on a subject that she is passionate about -- turning physical activity into a lifelong habit. *** As busy adults, finding time to exercise can be a chore. How can we go to the gym, or even for a walk around the block, with everything else on our to-do list? Luckily for kids, their days are generally less structured. They also don't need a fitness club membership or a detailed workout regimen. All they have to do is play. They can play ball with their friends during gym class. They can run around the playground during recess. They can ride a bike through their neighborhood or to visit a friend. Maybe they walk or ride to and from school, or to the school bus. The important thing is setting patterns and habits in youth that they will maintain as adults. Think of it this way: Just like we want our children to be lifelong learners, we need them to be lifelong exercisers.
The Huffington Post
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They were failed by the excessive praise of their parents, the participation trophies that "devalues the reward for those who actually work hard." Jesse Bogner's Reply To Simon Sinek's Millennial Question Even as employers go to great lengths to coddle this mass of snowflakes, they are still ineffective and depressed, with lower self-esteem than any generation in recent history. The cost of this is sure to be devastating to American society. Young adults are forced to lean on their parents when they come to find they have no ability to take care of themselves. Most overcome the trauma of this disappointment, but many do not. When the snowflakes come to an understanding that the world owes them nothing, in a marginally improving job market, they break down. They can't consider contrary opinions, let alone the voices of superiors that criticize their work.
Men's Fitness
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Fans of brown toast and crispy potatoes can also take heart from the response to the FSA warning that has come from experts in the scientific community. David Spiegelhalter, Professor for the Public Understanding of Risk at Cambridge University, said that the level of acrylamide consumed by humans was well below the amount that caused cancer in research on animals. “Adults with the highest consumption of acrylamide could consume 160 times as much and still only be at a level that toxicologists think unlikely to cause increased tumours in mice,” he wrote in a post on medium.com . On their website, Cancer Research UK have this to say regarding the risks of acrylamide: “Evidence from human studies has shown that, for most cancer types, there is no link between acrylamide and cancer risk. Some studies have suggested a higher risk of womb cancer, but the evidence is weak and inconsistent, so we can’t be sure if this link is real .
TIME - Top Stories
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Parents have come to count on being able to pick their kids up in the afternoon or put them to bed, because they're able to catch up online later at night. And there are plenty of people who do their best work at 3 a.m. In fact, a majority of working adults recently surveyed by the American Psychological Association say that being able to check work email at home makes it easier to get more done; many also said it improved their relationships with colleagues. Perhaps that's why so many efforts to impose blanket ruleslike Intel's Quiet Time, a 2008 experiment in which a group of employees cut off their means of communication for one morning a weekhaven't gotten much traction. For now, it seems, the best way for employers to foster a fulfilled, productive workforce is to be flexible, both inside and outside the office. One example: Vynamic, a health care consulting startup in Philadelphia, which has a policy discouraging, but not banning, email use from 10 p.
Daily Mail - Health
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Acrylamide is created when some foods are cooked for long periods at high temperature. But adults don't consume enough to be at risk, a Cambridge University statistician claims.
ABC News - United States
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State troopers say eight people, including three children, were hurt when an SUV crashed into two Amish buggies in northeast Ohio
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Mind Shift
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For example, in one Florida county gifted and talented education program, selecting students based on teacher and parent referrals resulted in under representation of African American and Latino students compared to the student population. Introducing a universal screening program (which is no longer being used) doubled the number of gifted students who are African American and Latino. And, if two out of seven children suddenly bumped up a grade, schools and colleges would have to react to some probable unintended consequences. Universities would need to offer more emotional support, guidance and supervision to incoming freshman who might not be legal adults, Matthews explained. Schools would also need to figure out how to share the cost savings that would result from educating a child in 11 years, say, rather than 12. These adjustments are worth the effort, Matthews believes.
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The Iran Project
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For example, vaccine programs are believed to have decreased as opposed to a %91 coverage rate before the war. Diseases like polio now affect up to 80,000 children in Syria in spite of being previously eliminated. In 2016, Save the Children counted 200,000 deaths from chronic diseases because of a lack of access to treatment. Even Syrian refugees in host countries are having trouble receiving proper medical treatment. In some cases, funding shortages and other circumstances stand in the way. According to Amnesty International, Syrian refugees have been unable to access health care and other vital services due to insufficient support and obstructions by the government in Jordan. There is no doubt that children have been unjustly caught in the crossfire. In a world where adults are engaged in bloody wars, children are certainly considered to be innocent victims, victims who did not choose to take part in the action but who have somehow ended up caught up in its midst.
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In no way do I defend the indefensible ( Letters, 21 January ). The abuse of children and vulnerable adults is a crime and one which is taking far too long for both civil and church authorities to address with rigour and understanding. The members of the pontifical commission for the protection of minors welcome constructive criticism and evidence to inform its advice to the pope, and are acutely aware of how long it could take to implement adequate protection measures and responses to suspicions of abuse to protect children throughout the world. The advisory work of the commission is a start, but my colleague Peter Saunders (Letters, 21 January) and many others understandably comment that it is too slow and too late. The pope has instructed church leaders to have zero tolerance of abusers and of those who cover up crimes of abuse. For many years bishops have been advised to cooperate fully with civil authorities on matters of child abuse.
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We will of course keep a very close eye on that. The Mail on Sunday, where boys can be girl guides. The girl guides organisation, which is the female equivalent for the Boy Scouts, is introducing new rules that allow boys who identify as girls to participate in its programmes, and also adults who are mailed but they identify as female, transgender women I should say, to participate in adult roles.
BBC News 24
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She was the final member of her family to be rescued. Workers then carried away a boy who had been with her. Concrete walls had protected them from the avalanche. The rescued adults and children have been flown to hospital in the coastal city of Pescara, where they're recovering quickly.
Forbes
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Dentists say maintaining good oral health in retirement can save your life and your money. Older adults represent at least a third of a dentist's patient population. And Dr. Steven Mascarin, DDS said seniors should know that dentists are aggressively courting them with special offers and discounts.
BBC News 24
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Concrete walls had protected them from the avalanche. The rescued adults and children have been flown to hospital in the coastal city of Pescara, where they're recovering quickly. The survivors' family members can now breathe again. It's great, I can't describe it in words.
BBC News 24
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None were seriously injured. Earlier, relief workers pulled six-year-old Ludovica Parete to safety. She was the final member of her family to be rescued. Workers then carried away a boy who had been with her. Concrete walls had protected them from the avalanche. The rescued adults and children have been flown to hospital in the coastal city of Pescara, where they're recovering quickly.