Men's Fitness
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Nick Harris-Fry Monday, May 29, 2017 - 19:12 Carrying some extra timber around your waist puts you at an increased risk of 13 different cancers which have been linked to obesity, with new research finding that waist size is as good an indicator of cancer risk as body mass index (BMI). The research, published in the British Journal Of Cancer , found that men with a waist size of over 102cm (40in) for men (88cm/35in for women) resulted in an increased risk. Adding 11cm to the waistline raised the risk of obesity-related cancers by 13%. For bowel cancer in particular, adding just 8cm to the waistline increases the risk by 15%. Being overweight is the second largest preventable cause of cancer after smoking. Excess body fat can alter the levels of sex hormones like testosterone and oestrogen in the body, cause inflammation, and increase levels of insulin – three factors that are all linked to a higher risk of cancer.
The Event Chronicle
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The Event Chronicle
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ITV
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How you doing? I'm good. What are you doing for me? I've got the perfect dish for bank holiday weekend. Normally when you fancy a roast, you are thinking of using every single pot and pan in the house and it will take hours on end. This one is so simple. It is almost a tray bake
Sky News
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Pot calling the kettle black. Couple of minutes to go, this story on the front page of the Times. This is one about the powers that the disposal of the security services, the police as well. It is a very fine line in terms of giving up Civil Liberties and also protecting the public
21stCenturyWire
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In 2015, 21WIRE discussed the dubious role of Hamza at Finsbury Park, as well as his long time connection to MI5, while under the gaze of MI6: “Hamza’s role as a state instigator and secret custodian of the Finsbury Park’s radicalhoney pot’, now appears obvious. In a typical honey pot operation, security chiefs will place an outrageously radical character into position in order to attract “the worst of the worst” and then inform on them to authorities. For years Hamza openly preached his overtly radical, over-the-top sermons at Finsbury Park, often praising Osama Bin Laden and glorifying the attacks of 9/11, all the while mocking the police.” Continuing, the Special Report examined Abu Hamza (photo, left) and his meetings with British security services since the 1990’s: “…the Daily Telegraph disclosed how Abu Hamza had at least 12 secret meetings with MI5 and police special branch over a six year period, starting in the late 1990’s.
BBC Radio 4
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the remedies that are being suggested and listen to this very large number of people who pose potential dangers and communities are just not to work about you just will not have the resources with the surveillance I'll be there or do women put it under house arrest will I have belief on the back of her what has happened is to think of some new approach to a problem that is going to stay fit with us for a long time and one of my proposal what was too that we should be setting up regional potentially regional because this is not a problem just so you know one pot.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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A hot pot restaurant in eastern China's Zhejiang Province was rocked by an explosion Sunday morning, leaving 12 people injured. The explosion at around 9:10 a.m. in a restaurant in Kaihua County was caused by leaking bottled gas, according to the county government. Among the injured, nine were restaurant staff and three others were passers-by. Two were seriously injured with the others suffering minor injuries. Rescuers are dealing with the aftermath of the blast.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Double European Cup winner Kenny Burns has his say on where Nottingham Forest must strengthen their side over the summer. Now the dust is starting to settle on Evangelos Marinakis' takeover of Nottingham Forest we can all look forward to the start of next season with plenty more optimism. Had Fawaz Al Hasawi still been in charge then I've got no idea if there would have been money in the pot to make signings. Even if signings were made you fear one of the star players would have been sold...
PressTV News
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Double European Cup winner Kenny Burns has his say on where Nottingham Forest must strengthen their side over the summer. Now the dust is starting to settle on Evangelos Marinakis' takeover of Nottingham Forest we can all look forward to the start of next season with plenty more optimism. Had Fawaz Al Hasawi still been in charge then I've got no idea if there would have been money in the pot to make signings. Even if signings were made you fear one of the star players would have been sold...
Ruptly TV
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At hot pot restaurant 'Hai Di La' you will never complain about slow service as their superfast waiters are trained in the art of wiping tables in a matter of seconds, as was displayed in Chengdu, Friday. The restaurant is known for its excellent service, as the waiters are trained to wipe the table and mop in exactly the same way, cleaning and clearing tables in the blink of an eye. Video ID: 20170527 004 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Global News
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Will NASA pay you to lie in bed for three months and smoke pot? The answer will not surprise you one little bit.
The Washington Times - Football
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Washington Free Beacon
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Tusk said the primary goal of the talks was keeping the Group of Seven economies united, admitting that it was "the most challenging G7 in years" because of the stark differences of opinion between Trump and the rest. Juncker took an early pot shot at Trump by saying they wanted to "build bridges, not walls." However, Trump and the EU were able to find unity on the international response to terrorism and the conflict in Ukraine. Tusk said that he agreed with Trump that there needed to be a forceful response to terrorist attacks, such as the suicide bombing in Manchester on Monday, which killed 22 people at a pop concert. He said that he agreed with the U.S. president that the West needed to be "tough, even brutal" when it came to fighting ISIS. The post President of European Commission: We Had a Very Frankly Constructed Meeting' With Trump appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
Washington Free Beacon
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Tusk said the primary goal of the talks was keeping the Group of Seven economies united, admitting that it was "the most challenging G7 in years" because of the stark differences of opinion between Trump and the rest. Juncker took an early pot shot at Trump by saying they wanted to "build bridges, not walls." However, Trump and the EU were able to find unity on the international response to terrorism and the conflict in Ukraine. Tusk said that he agreed with Trump that there needed to be a forceful response to terrorist attacks, such as the suicide bombing in Manchester on Monday, which killed 22 people at a pop concert. He said that he agreed with the U.S. president that the West needed to be "tough, even brutal" when it came to fighting ISIS. The post President of European Commission: We Had a Very Frankly Constructed Meeting' With Trump appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
ThinkGeek
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You say green thumb. Planter says black thumb. Grow your favorite plants in a gothic style ceramic skull. Please don't use real skulls to plant things, even if you saw it on Pinterest. That never works out how it does online. $16.99
Channel4 News
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But police forces also get part of their funding through local council taxes, and total budgets have remained broadly flat in cash-terms, mainly because of top-ups from council tax. The Home Office also gives a separate pot of money to forces in England and Wales specifically for counter terror operations, separate from the Police Main Grant. IFS data suggests that in 2010-11 the level of the Counter Terrorism Police Grant was £471 million. That figure rose to £564 million in 2014-15, and rose again in 2016-17 to £670 million. How does that translate into numbers of armed police? More money for counter terrorism has not led into more armed police on the streets . The Home Office told us that in March 2016, there were 5,639 firearms officers in England and Wales. When the Tories took office in 2010, that figure stood at 6,653. So between 2010 and 2016, armed police numbers fell by 1,014 – despite the fact that the Counter Terrorism Police Grant was increased over that period.
Liverpool Echo
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The Reds will be in pot three if they qualify, which means theyll be guaranteed to face one of these sides...
BBC Parliament
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to £300 a year. But given that they seem to have ruled out the most obvious way of means testing winter fuel payments, I don't know what they will do. Any means test is costly to set up and administer, and given that this is only a small pot of money, actually, arguably if you really want to take on big decisions on controlling spending on pensioners it would be better to look at things pensioners it would be better to look at things like the state pension
France 24
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"Lagos is the city of my birth and my dreams; the land that brought my parents together; the land that dirtied the feet of my brothers; Nigeria's very own 'New York'. "Sometimes, I can't help but wonder about the Lagos of the future. What would it feel like? What would it smell like? Would it still be 'home' with the same tenacious, diverse, 'never say die' spirit of its people? "Would it still be a melting pot of colours and cultures, steaming up in one voice. Will our infamous traffic still be on the list of 'Sights and Sounds'? "Would we have our very own 'Time Square' with lights, and lights and more lights hypnotising its tourists that refuse to go to sleep? "Will they finally catch that horrible, mischievous ghost that comes out in the dead of night to steal large chunks of the tar-roads, creating craters for cars to manouevre during the day? "Whatever it may be, however it may be, I pray it is still the land of hope, the land of people with an unbreakable spirit, the city where everyone knows that 'if you make it here.
Auto Express
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Image 1 of 17 Image 1 of 17 26 May, 2017 1:45pm Lawrence Allan Punchy six-cylinder diesel Land Rover Discovery SUV arrives on British roads, but how does the TD6 compare to the four-cylinder SD4? Weve only been able to test the new Land Rover Discovery on British soil with its downsized four-cylinder SD4 diesel engine so far – and we’ve been impressed. Now we’ve tried the TD6 version to see if it makes an even stronger case for itself. If you only went by the Disco’s on-paper specifications, you’d be surprised by how small the performance deficit is between the SD4 and TD6. With 254bhp, the six-cylinder unit is only 18bhp more powerful than the four-pot, and there’s only two-tenths of a second between the pair from 0-62mph. • Best 4x4s and SUVs on sale right now Given that (officially, at least) the TD6 is capable of around four miles to the gallon fewer than the SD4, that might look like a slightly unnecessary upgrade.
The Week
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In the rugged mountains and valleys of Chitral, Kalash, Gilgit and Hunza, hot milk is flavoured with local honey, and the breeze carries with it the sweet scent of apricots. In the warmer months, these are dried on the foothills, and the fruit is then served with fresh cheese to end a meal or greet a guest. In the southern part of the country, sweets are more spiced and floral. In the dry majestic deserts of Balochistan, which borders Iran, spices such as saffron, cardamom and pepper are grown and used abundantly. Sweets are simple and made using local wheat and dates that are dried for the harsh winters ahead. Here, saffron- and cardamom-infused milk, as well as rice puddings and buffalo-milk sweetmeats, are popular. A real melting pot of flavours can be found on the streets of my hometown of Karachi, in the southern region of Sindh. Here, diverse sweets reflect the various communities, as well as influences from Mumbai, east Punjab and Hyderabad, and local Sindhi cuisine.
Sky News
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Iraq, or indeed the no-fly zone over Libya. And obviously mentioning Libya as a base of origin will this pot-mac spent something with his family and was from is not lost on anybody. But he also went on to say that we need to change.