BBC News 24
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saying that they are reassured by the extra security measures. They are very understanding of additional search procedures as well, which may be time consuming for fans attending events. Again, in the main, people saying this is great, it makes us feel secure. Allow some extra time to get in. Certainly. Don't.
BBC Radio London
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dog is very tricky is time consuming but until we get real and understand that it's with the ones who are dangerous that we must lock them up and with the others we can do it more cheaply weather resources focused on something other than just a negative business of trying with him as a brother conversation to be head and I look forward to having that with you at some stage lacan phallus criminal defence lawyer 6:30 time to get the very latest news headlines self and Catherine white thanks ladies London headlines the police say they were arrested a large part of the network behind Mondays bombing at the Manchester arena and I making amends progress in their investigation hate people remaining custard in connection with the attack skill 22 people Jeremy Corbyn has.
Mashable
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Google wants to help make your research look better. To help journalists share their research and tell stories in a more visual and appealing way, Google just launched Data GIF Maker , a data visualization creator. "Data visualizations are an essential storytelling tool in journalism, and though they are often intricate, they don't have to be complex," Google wrote in their announcement. " In fact, with the growth of mobile devices as a primary method of consuming news, data visualizations can be simple images formatted for the device they appear on." The project came out of Google's News Lab, an initiative to support journalists and storytelling. The lab also created the popular Google Trends project. Read more... More about News , Google , Gifs , Journalism , and Data
Autocar
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This week's biggest saving comes with the Ford Focus We pick five of the best deals on this week’s new car market; all deals are valid until 1 June Buying a new car is always better when you know you're getting a bargain, but scouring the internet for the best deals can be time-consuming. So Autocar has done the hard work for you and compiled a list of some of the best savings on the new car market. We've found combined savings of £44,972 on the five cars featured below, so take a look, then click the links to read our full road test verdict on each model. All offers are valid until 1 June. F ord Focus - Pay £15,775, save £6030 The Ford Focus is one of the best all round hatchbacks money can buy, mixing good practicality and impressive handling and a strong range of engines. The 1.5-litre EcoBoost is a great example of such engines, so a £6k saving on an 1.
Mondoweiss
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Radar Online
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Mom, you’re drinking with three kids!” That’s the s hocking accusation Jenelle Evans made against her mother in a new video of a verbal throwdown between the two exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com. In the clip filmed on Cinco de Mayo, the Teen Mom 2 star confronts Barbara Evans as her son Jace , 7, and his two cousins leave a restaurant, shouting that her mother had been drinking and was, she claimed, too drunk to drive home. PHOTOS: Jenelle Evans Back In Court As MTV Cameras Capture All The Drama “You need to take a taxi home,” Jenelle yells at her mother, who drops the f-word as she tells David Eason to “get that f**king camera off of me.” Jenelle insists her mother was consuming wine and pleads with her mom to let her drive the children home. “I’m just watching the safety of the children,” Jenelle shouted. “Will you stop it?” her mother begs.
Techradar
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When you consume more calories than you burn, you put on weight. There are now apps to measure calorie consumption, that helpfully synch with fitness tracker apps to measure how youre doing with your calorie balance. The difficulty with these apps is that they rely on honest reporting by the user, which often doesnt happen. Sometimes because people unintentionally under-report, but more often because they require you to weigh your food, and frankly who has time for that? Add into the equation incorrect tracking for calorie expenditure and you are very quickly in a position where you are consuming far more calories than youre burning, and gaining weight where you should be losing it. One size doesn't fit all One of the reasons that these trackers are so much more efficient at heart rate than energy expenditure is to do with how they are measured.
BBC Radio Wales
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she's creating a whale's force and given the current time is an existing pressure on a horse's I mean is is is that the right direction of travel mergers are costly and time-consuming well we think that this would be administrative much more cost effective way of organising that the police are at the moment as we've got these police commissioners which have blue broadly speaking with you get a waste of money and weed recycle money from Matt also the front line policing and you things I like majors and restructuring UK because some you'd like to see local authorities made some of their departments and restructured some of their back office functions to save money that's another one if you keep you wanted to reduce the number of local authorities from 22 to about 8 or 9 so we thought that I was rather to draconian but clearly there is plenty of scope for saving public money.
South China Morning Post
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The death of a teenager last month highlighted the potential dangers of consuming an excessive amount of caffeine. Doctors in the US state of South Carolina said 16-year-old Davis Allen Cripe died from a caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia. He had consumed a latte, a large Mountain Dew drink and a high-caffeine energy drink in less than two hours. In 2013, the Hong Kong government warned pregnant women they should have no more than 200-300mg of caffeine a...
BBC News 24
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But then takes them to task over defence spending. It's considered a delicacy in Vietnam but scientists warn that consuming raw pigs blood could be bad for your health
Lincolnshire Echo
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A Louth carer was caught driving three times over the drink-drive limit after consuming three bottles of wine and a cocktail. Catherine Salkeld, formerly Giagnacovo, was reported to police by a member of the public after she was seen driving poorly along the A157. Officers followed the car to Low Farm Road in Muckton where it was stopped and Salkeld gave a positive breath test. READ MORE: Woman, 49, is caught over the limit after drinking until 5am The 52-year-old of Grimsby Road was...
Daily Express - Health
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BACK pain and osteoarthritis pain affect between 35 and 51 per cent of British adults, according to research. However, instead of traditional painkillers, consuming more vitamin D could be a natural way to relieve pain-related conditions, including fibromyalgia and menstrual cramps too.
Techradar
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Bloom may seem rather more noodly, on account of it being an app for fashioning generative audio, but it's still stripped right back, making it perfect for the smaller screen. Devised by Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers, Bloom has you tap out patterns, which create visual patterns and ambient melodies. And if that all feels a bit much, Bloom takes over when left idle, potentially providing limitless ambient background goodness. $2.99/2.99/AU$4.49 Workflow is all about automation. You can download sets of actions or compose your own, which can trigger iOS apps and related services. For example, you could create a Home screen icon to call a friend, or build a single-tap icon to get directions to your nearest coffee shop. $2.99/2.99/AU$4.49 The problem with apps for tracking expenses is they're usually dry, complex and time-consuming. Next for iPhone is none of those things, which is probably why we're actually using it.
Daily Mail - Health
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Phys.Org
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The potato is not only a basic food item and one of the main food crops worldwide, it contains a huge variety of minerals and phytochemicals with potentially health-promoting effects. Greater awareness about the importance of consuming these phytochemicals (substances that help to protect cells against the harm caused by carcinogenic processes) and the growing interest in the development of new products with specific organoleptic properties, have led to the appearance of different initiatives to genetically enhance the potato. Clones have been identified with a soft consistency, total disintegration when boiled, low humidity and high "flouriness" and which can be used for preparing mashed or roast potatoes.
Politico
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Voice Of America
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“Whether it’s Asia, Africa, India, you’re seeing a very strong trend toward increasing animal protein consumption. I dont think as a globe we can afford that,” Brown said. “The planet actually cannot work with the way we are consuming meat because we dont have enough arable land to create enough cereals for all the animals that we need if we are to feed the world through meat,” said Jeremy Coller of Coller Capital, an investor of alternative protein foods. “Food security is an increasingly big issue, particularly because of climate change and some other issues. I think if you expand the number of tools we can use to feed people really well, you help to mitigate against these risks,” said Tetrick, who envisions bringing healthier, new plant-based foods, that are culturally relevant to local cuisines, to regions in the world such as Africa, where hunger is no stranger.
Washington Free Beacon
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A California farmer is facing a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his own field. John Duarte bought 450 acres of land near Modesto in 2012 and is now being sued by the federal government for plowing near areas the government considers to be "waters of the United States." USA Today reports : A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat in Tehama County. A lawyer for Duarte Nursery said the case is important because it could set a precedent requiring other farmers to obtain costly, time-consuming permits just to plow. "The case is the first time that we're aware of that says you need to get a (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) permit to plow to grow crops," said Anthony Francois, a lawyer for the Pacific Legal Foundation. The libertarian-leaning nonprofit fights for private property rights and limited government.
Futurism
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While the process has been refined, the cost and time of the procedure is impeding further development. The chemical process used to manufacture DNA strands is both laborious and expensive: the 13,448,372 unique pieces of DNA used in the Microsoft study would cost $800,000 on the open market. That research — while record breaking in quantity — did not [show] any progress towards the goal of increasing speed or decreasing cost, Elrich said in an interview with MIT Technology Review . Elrich himself has proposed a novel modification to tackle the problem: replace the 40-year-old and time consuming process it currently takes to make DNA with one that uses enzymes, as our own bodies do. Biotech Solution to a Tech Problem While these obstacles need to be overcome, DNA data storage could be the solution to a world that needs more and more data stored more and more compactly.
The Huffington Post
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This means that many vegans also dont purchase leather goods. But it doesnt necessarily mean theyre eating lots of plant-based meals. Vegans could get through life eating processed foods and snubbing their veggies just like anyone else. Think potato chips, gummy candy, and even Oreos. A plant-based diet , on the other hand, emphasizes eating whole fruits and vegetables, consuming lots of whole grains, and staying away from (or at least minimizing) the intake of animal products and processed foods for health reasons . That means that even vegan desserts made with refined sugar or bleached flour are out. There are no strict guidelines or definitions for what constitute a plant-based diet other than focusing on eating lots of fresh produce and minimally processed foods. Some people on a plant-based diet dont eat any animal products, while others will eat a restricted amount.
BBC News 24
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of crime and terrorism as is the use of weapons. So the police are now having to have lots and lots of specialised officers which is very, very resource consuming. It consumes lots of money and lots of individuals. So my guess is now, having to respond to this type of crime and terrorism, that.
Sputnik International
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Consuming just one small alcoholic beverage a day puts a person at a higher risk for breast cancer, according to a report released on Tuesday by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.
Collective Evolution
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In a New York Times column on Russell's 1932 essay In Praise of Idleness , Gary Gutting writes, For most of us, a paying job is still utterly essential — as masses of unemployed people know all too well. But in our economic system, most of us inevitably see our work as a means to something else: it makes a living, but it doesn't make a life. Bertrand Russell, a prominent British philosopher, mathematician, historian, writer and political activist agreed, stating that Immense harm is caused by the belief that work is virtuous. Jones puts it well: In far too many cases in fact, the work we must do to survive robs us of the ability to live by ruining our health, consuming all our previous time, and degrading our environment. In his essay, Russell argues that there is far too much work done in the world, that immense harm is caused by the belief that work is virtuous, and that what needs to be preached in modern industrial countries is quite different from what has always been preached.
Mashable
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We all know how important it is to take care of our health and well-being, but we're not all cut out to be in the gym 5 days a week. Put simply, exercise is time consuming, grueling, and pretty boring. Summer is approaching, and we're all feeling the pressure to feel our best, which is sending a lot of people towards those tough workouts that take a lot of time out of your day. It's not all bad news though! Your summer fitness goals are totally achievable and you don't even need to step foot on a treadmill. With the Fastrack Reflex you can keep tabs on the way your body is working out every day, and gear up for some action as there are so many fun ways you can up your movement on a daily basis. Here are a few tips: Read more... More about Lifestyle , Supported , Fitness , Fun , and Fitness Tracker