Goal
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One of China's biggest clubs is planning for the long term with huge infrastructure in place in its youth sector to supplement its big name signings
Techradar
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This new agreement from Google and Bing will supplement these government efforts to reduce the number of visitors to these sites by directing internet users towards legitimate sites rather than pirate sites. According to Eddy Leviten, director general at trade body the Alliance for Intellectual Property, people are sometimes unwittingly taken to pirated content when searching for something. With this new code he said the intention is to ensure [...] that the results at the top of the search engines are the genuine ones. It is, he states, as much about protecting those using these search engines as it is about protecting the creators of the material thats being pirated. Of course, anyone actively seeking out pirated content and sites that host it will still absolutely be able to find both. However, a move like this will at the very least reduce the likelihood of internet users stumbling across it accidentally and will raise legitimate options to their attention.
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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CREATIVE children have the chance to show how much they love their mums in a drawing competition. The Scunthorpe Telegraph is inviting all children aged 11 and under to enter the I Love My Mum drawing competition. All entrants have to do is simply draw, colour or paint a picture of their mum and all pictures entered will feature in a special supplement printed in the paper on Thursday, March 23. MORE: Have you seen it? Mercedes stolen from North Lincolnshire town Entries are open from today...
BBC News 24
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First, what's the difference between taking a supplement and eating the right foods? An orange, for example, provides vitamin C plus some beta carotene, calcium and other nutrients. It's likely these compounds work together to be beneficial. Dietary supplements may be appropriate in certain cases, women who are pregnant are recommended to take a prenatal vitamin that includes iron. Adults aged 65 and older should take a daily dose of vitamin D to reduce the risk of falls. And for those who don't have two to three servings of fish a week, some experts recommend taking a fish oil supplement. The President of Australian Medical Association, Dr Michael Gannon, told me there is no evidence to say multi-vitamins actually work.
BBC News 24
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Adults aged sixty-five and older should take a daily dose of vitamin D to reduce the risk of falls. And for those who don't have two to three servings of fish a week, some experts recommend taking a fish oil supplement. I'm joined now by the President of Australian Medical Association, Dr Michael Gannon, who says there is no evidence to say multi-vitamins actually work. Welcome to the programme. Firstly, we know that this is a multibillion dollar industry.
BBC News 24
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The head of Australia's Medical Association says multi-vitamins are a waste of money. We'll speak to him shortly. First, what's the difference between taking a supplement and eating the right foods? An orange, for example, provides vitamin C plus some beta carotene, calcium and other nutrients. It's likely these compounds work together to be beneficial. Dietary supplements may be appropriate in certain cases - women who are pregnant are recommended to take a prenatal vitamin that includes iron.
Sky News
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But one we need to embrace and enjoy and it has been fantastic. With non-league Sutton still to host Arsenal in the last 16, there could still be another twist to an extraordinary weekend in the FA Cup. The sports writers on Sky's Sunday Supplement agreed that the competition still delivers plenty of magic.
Techradar
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You can sign up for LearnUpon here Online business learning platforms are a lucrative option for training companies, and Firmwater LMS has been built with their needs in mind. If you work in this industry, you can use the system to develop business-focused courses and manage your clients. Using the software, its possible to produce easy-to-use courses and assessments, and you retain control of your intellectual property for everything created in the system. You can update existing content as much as you need, and there are tools to market your courses. The courses supplement face-to-face training, giving clients the time to focus on other areas, and you can automate training programmes so users can get through them with a minimum of fuss. Everything you create is professionally hosted and secure, and you can track activity in real-time.
Voice Of America
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The family ate the chickens at night to supplement meals. The birds didn't last long. Today, Kashiwagi, 94, is a poet and writer in San Francisco who speaks to the public about life at Tule Lake, a maximum security camp near the Oregon border. Winters were cold, the summers hot. They were helpless against dust storms that seeped inside. "I feel obligated to speak out, although it's not a favorite subject," he said. "Who knows what can happen? The way this president is, he does not go by the rules. I'm hoping that he would be impeached." Orders against Japanese-Americans were revoked after the war ended in 1945. They returned to hostility and discrimination in finding work or places to live. 'Race prejudice' A congressional commission formed in 1980 blamed the incarceration on "race prejudice, war hysteria and a failure of political leadership.
MintPress News
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There is no effort at all to utilize the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants, he said. Governors in the 11 states would have a choice whether to have their guard troops participate, according to the memo, written by U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general. While National Guard personnel have been used to assist with immigration-related missions on the U.S.-Mexico border before, they have never been used as broadly or as far north. The memo is addressed to the then-acting heads of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It would serve as guidance to implement the wide-ranging executive order on immigration and border security that President Donald Trump signed Jan. 25. Such memos are routinely issued to supplement executive orders.
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Men's Fitness
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So much for saving the day with a late-night multivitamin. However, there is the odd situation where supplements are of use, especially in the sunshine-starved UK winter. “The Department of Health does not recommend the use of multivitamins specifically,” says Michelle. “However they do recommend vitamin or mineral-specific supplementation to certain population groups who are deemed at risk. For example, 400 micrograms of folic acid is recommended daily for women who are trying to conceive and who are in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. “A more recent recommendation is that adults and children over the age of one should consider taking a daily supplement of 10 micrograms of vitamin D, especially during autumn and winter.” RECOMMENDED: Vitamin D Supplements Nick Harris-Fry Health Nutrition Healthy eating 17 Feb 2017
BBC One London
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I am a a big advocate. I take vitamin D every day. My son takes them every day. My wife takes them. There is a big issue about recognising our circumstances here and the need, perhaps, to take that supplement and enhance that capability because of our circumstances.
BBC One Scotland
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That hotel across the Clyde, its rateable value is going up around 50%, the bill will be around £570,000 per year. There are catches around this, big properties pay a supplement, and 100,000 smaller properties are exempt. So what does all this add up to? In total, £2.
Men's Fitness
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News A new study recommends supplementation for a winter health boost facebook twitter pinterest Advertisement Supplements The sparse amount of sun we get in the UK does more than negatively affect your mood and shorten the cricket season – it also results in many Brits being deficient in vitamin D. This essential vitamin is produced by the body when we soak up sunshine and is vital to healthy bones, teeth and muscles. The lack of sun in the UK means that around 30% of Brits have low levels of vitamin D in the winter, and 10% are deficient in the summer. The problem is severe enough that the government advises adults to consider taking a 10microgram supplement of vitamin D daily between from October and March. A new study has now gone further by suggesting that bread and milk should be fortified with vitamin D, saying that this could stop 3.25 million a year suffering from colds and flu.
Sky News
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BBC News 24
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But some scientists believe that fortifying food with vitamin D will not be enough. The recommendation is more around that we should all take a supplement in the winter months, in autumn, and in those groups that are at risk, so people with darker skin or who aren't outside as much, they should take them all year round.
BBC News 24
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For example, cereals, particularly those marketed at children, have vitamin D added as a supplement. You can also get it from oily fish or from eggs, although you would have to eat ten every day to ensure you got the right amount. What researchers are arguing is that vitamin D should be added as a supplement to products like milk so that we all get our fair share.
BBC One Scotland
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That hotel across the Clyde, its rateable value is going up around 50%, the bill will be around £570,000 per year. There are catches around this, big properties pay a supplement, and 100,000 smaller properties are exempt. So what does all this add up to? In total, £2.
InfoWars
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Taking a vitamin D supplement can slash your chances of getting sick.
BBC News 24
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What researchers are arguing is that vitamin D should be added as a supplement to products like milk so that we all get our fair share. But some scientists believe that fortifying food with vitamin D will not be enough. The recommendation is more around that we should all take a supplement in the winter months, in autumn, and in those groups that are at risk, so people with darker skin or who aren't outside as much, they should take them all year round.
BBC News 24
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It is possible to get vitamin D through some foods. For example, cereals, particularly those marketed at children, have vitamin D added as a supplement. You can also get it from oily fish or from eggs, although you would have to eat ten every day to ensure you got the right amount.