BBC Parliament
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I applaud the Prime Minister's speech and her vision of a liberal Brexit. Can the minister confirm that where mutual cooperation is needed between the EU and UK after we've left such as intelligence-sharing, that arrangements will be put in place on the basis of bilateral treaties, rather than us being the supplement? One of the things the Prime Minister's made plain is that we are not the supplement here or in what follows afterwards.
ITV
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Are you eligible? You are if you are over 65. Maybe take a vitamin D supplement. Because of the lack of sunshine. Maybe with calcium, especially for the elderly. Interesting you suggest smoking? It may be a time to give it up? I imagine a lot of people are on the path to be total quitters because of the New Year.
The Sun Daily
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He said there were not enough buses locally to cater for the March 13 crowd so more had to be chartered from other states to supplement the local supply. "We have meetings and dialogues with tourism players to urge them to invest to provide more facilities," he said in a press conference at the Penang International Airport today. Law is leading a delegation of local tourism industry players to Kunming, China, to promote Penang as a tourism destination. He leaves on a direct flight which is chartered by a tourism company in Kunming to bring Chinese tourists to Penang twice a week every Tuesday and Saturday which began on Dec 20 last year. This is the third chartered direct flight Penang has with Chinese cities. The other two are Wuhan and Sanya which began last year. Law also rebutted criticism that cruise ship tourists were not adding value to the local tourism economy as most only stayed for a day.
South China Morning Post
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Paul Benigeri, a lead engineer at cognitive enhancement supplement start-up Nootrobox, flexes his tricep nervously as his co-workers gather around him, phones set to record the scene. He runs his fingers over the part of the arm where Benigeris boss, Geoff Woo, will soon stick him with a small implant. This is the sweet spot, Woo says. Oh, shit, Benigeri says, eyeing the needle. Pauls fine, Woo says. K, ooooone ......
Autocar
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As a result, while the old car’s architecture remains, it has been comprehensively overhauled; doubling the amount of high-strength steel in the body and shedding weight along the way. Rigidity, unsurprisingly, is up too – as is size, the model being marginally bigger as well as lower. Lower is good because Hyundai wants the i30 to look better too, citing design as one of the primary reasons why buyers chose the previous model.Increased dynamism is also on the agenda. The last i30 was worthy enough, but largely forgettable to drive. This time round, while it has retained the front MacPherson struts and rear multi-link, the firm claims to have opted for more performance orientated dampers and quickened up the steering by around 10 percent.Also quicker is the all-new engine added to the lineup: a 138bhp 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol four-pot to replace the outdated Gamma unit and supplement the 1.
The Event Chronicle
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By Jonathan Carty Note: I am not going to add or supplement the information from this interview with any other sources or intel. I will just be providing notes from this interview and wont be adding anything else.) (Additional Note: As I wrote below the first video I used was taken down. I found another that starts and ends at the same place, give or take a second.) David Wilcock just did an interview last night (1/13) with Jimmy Church filling in this time on Coast to Coast Radio . Now I’m not sure if this is video should be allowed to be up or not but someone uploaded it anyways and I will share it here until it is flagged or taken down or what have you. I will post it below along with some notes. I included the mostly major portions of the information released here. The interview runs from 6:341:54:38. The video starts at 6:34 so you dont have to look for it.
Daily Mail - Health
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Men's Fitness
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The Guardian - Network Front
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Levels of trust among UK voters in government and politicians to ‘do what is right’ plummets, according to annual poll Levels of trust in the UK government, media and businesses have plummeted, according to a key survey. The annual trust barometer survey by PR firm Edelman has for the first time published a separate UK-specific supplement, which showed a sharp drop in levels of trust in the last 12 months. Continue reading...
The Huffington Post
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The Straits Times (ST) said that Millennials are increasingly moonlighting as online personal shoppers or drivers for car-hailing firms like Didi Chuxing in China by means of internet economy. Ms Zhao Xu, 27, has a full-time job as a property agent. To supplement her income, she sells cosmetics and medicines procured from Japan. In a good month, she can make up to 5,000 yuan, which is one third of her income from her full-time job. She explains that it's possible with a smartphone and WeChat, a mobile messaging platform. She said, "My company is aware of this, but I will make sure my bosses don't see the ads that I spend out during office hours. I still value my full-time job as an agent." Economist Hu Xingdou, said, "These new opportunites allow people to have something to fall back on, reducing the risk of not being able to eke out a living amid a slowing economy.
Politico
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Transit might be the most pressing need in Montana, but there are many others—some of which illustrate problems that NORCs havent yet been able to solve. One is finding home health aides willing to work in the most remote parts of the state. “It’s difficult to find people who are able and willing to travel in the winter to those locations, because they dont necessarily get paid for their travel time,” Sheppard said. In some cases, Flathead County is able to supplement private wages by providing a travel allowance. But the county and state still can’t meet the full need. ONE OF THE BIG CHALLENGES as NORCs expand is familiar to anyone in health care: the labor force. Home health aide is the nation’s fifth-fastest growing occupation and among the lowest-paid, with irregular hours and few employee benefits. Nationwide, the median annual salary for a home health aide in 2015 was less than $22,000.
The Bolton News
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TechCrunch
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BBC One Scotland
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£125 million this year. That is a supplement to the tax, which has just doubled, which is one reason why there is pressure for change. Larger businesses are paying a higher rate of tax than any other part of the UK and they have been over the past year and will continue to do so over the next year.
The Huffington Post
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"Do you know how many people die each day and that it's not necessary," he remarked. "We have the means and knowledge..." I quickly realized that de Grey champions another version of right to life. So sure is he that death is not inevitable that he recoils at the idea that we dare think otherwise. Dr. Leonard Hayflick takes a strong stand against De Grey's position on life extension. And he has little respect for those touting "cures for aging." The "fountain of youth" business, he says, is the first or second oldest profession. What does Hayflick think of the work of MIT biologist Dr. Leonard Guarente I wanted to know. In 2016 Guarente generated a lot of fanfare when his newly formed company, Elysium, introduced a nutritional supplement called Basis . The main ingredient of Basis, nicotinamide riboside (NR), raises the body's levels of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), which in turn, Guarente claims, can slow the aging process by boosting mitochondia, the energy dynamo of cells that diminishes with age.
BBC News 24
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The bulk of that conference was about trade, but the Prime Minister was inevitably asked about the situation in the NHS, given those figures today. With me is Chris Hopson, the Chief Executive of NHS Providers. Good afternoon. I do think you heard all of that, but as part of that, the Prime Minister reiterated to journalists that is supplement had been given to the NHS to help it prepare for the winter, which can always be a difficult time.
The Huffington Post
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Rather than moderating his views, Trump jumped on the occasion to imply that the Mexican president actually supported his positions. After the meeting with Peña Nieto, in a speech made later that night in Phoenix, Arizona, Trump told supporters: I've just landed having returned from a very important and special meeting with the president of Mexico, a man I like and respect very much. [...] We will build a great wall along the southern border. And Mexico will pay for the wall. One hundred percent. They don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for it. And they're great people and great leaders but they're going to pay for the wall. We will use the best technology, including above and below ground sensors that's the tunnels....Towers, aerial surveillance and manpower to supplement the wall, find and dislocate tunnels and keep out criminal cartels and Mexico you know that, will work with us.
The Economic Times
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Health supplements, on the other hand, will have to carry the words "health Supplement" on their label. Similarly, FSSAI has also defined different categories and set norms for claims for each of the category. For instance, if a "nutrient content claim" is being made in case of food products falling under health supplement categories, the individual nutrient content shall not be less than 15% of the recommended daily allowance, as per the FSSAI. Product approvals in future will be in compliance with the new regulations, an official said. The FSSAI has given a year's time to food operators to comply with the regulations, which will be effective from January 1, 2018. The regulations assume significance with increasing number of functional foods entering the Indian market.
Collective Evolution
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It's recommended to eat at least 20 grams of fiber per day, but preferably 30 grams. Fiber in your stool helps to draw more water, allowing the stool to soften. As you increase the amount of fiber you eat, so too should you increase your water intake, to allow that fiber to move through the body. Fiber If you cannot get enough fiber from fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other healthy sources, or you feel you need additional support, you can supplement it with organic psyllium dietary fiber . Psyllium aids with colon health and has other benefits such as controlling blood sugar, improving acne and skin irritations, helping to maintain or lose weight, and decreasing your risk of heart attack, stroke, gallstones, kidney stones, and diverticulitis. However, you can't just take fiber and expect to have a healthy bowel system. If you're eating poorly, fiber will not help your bowel movements, but rather hinder them.
TIME - Top Stories
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Many studies also involved conflicts of interest, Walters sayslike researchers who owned supplement companies and could benefit from sales of curcumin extract. Overall, the research casts doubt on curcumin's usefulness as a stand-alone supplement and its potential for future drug discoveries. But dont count out turmeric just yet, says registered dietitian Wendy Bazilian, who was not involved in the new research. She says its true that curcumin is no cure-alljust like no other single nutrient isolated and extracted from a food, or for that matter, any one food itself. But based on research in both animals and humans, she adds, theres no question that there are some health properties associated with the spice. Curcumin may not be a miracle ingredient, but Bazilian points out that compounds combined in food can often have synergistic effects.
Mashable
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Derby Telegraph
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David Nugent will prove to be a great addition for Derby County's promotion push, says Sky Sports' pundit Peter Beagrie.Nugent signed from Middlesbrough in a £2.5m deal this week.People will look at the price tag for a 31-year-old in terms of the sell-on value but he [Nugent] looks like the ideal man to boost the squad, said Beagrie.I think it's been triggered by the Chris Martin scenario at Fulham, they wanted to bring him back, and Derby needed to supplement their...
Politico
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Pompeo, a prominent congressional skeptic of the Obama administration’s pact with Tehran, has advocated unwinding the deal to lift sanctions on Iran in exchange for a halt to their reported nuclear weapons program. “I look forward to rolling back this disastrous deal with the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.” Pompeo tweeted on Nov. 17 –just one day before he was named as Trump’s CIA nominee. Pompeo's aggressive stance on the issue alarms some Democrats, who worry he’ll have a tendency to skew intelligence reports on whether Iran is complying with the deal. Pompeo is also expected to face skepticism from Democrats over an addendum he wrote to the House Benghazi Committee report last year—a supplement that blasted Hillary Clinton in terms more strident than the harshly-critical central findings of the GOP-led panel. When faced with a dire situation in Libya, Secretary Clinton had an obligation to act.
South China Morning Post
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The chefs at Kanidou Noda must have thought we were very greedy. I misread the menu, and thought that the Kanidou omakase (HK$1,500 plus 10 per cent) included a choice of Kagoshima eel or Kagoshima nozaki wagyu, with the beef costing an additional HK$200. We found out when we received the bill that both were optional, and each had a HK$200 supplement. Next time I visit and Ive already made the booking Ill skip the optional course because although good, it paled in...