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Yet it has been slow to implement measures to redistribute land. About 70 percent of the state's rural households do not own land, higher than the national average of 56 percent. The Girls' Project, which is being scaled up to reach 1.25 million girls, aims to bridge the gap for women. Girls learn to grow vegetables or fruits - even timber - in a corner of their family plots, so they can supplement their meals, as well as add to the family income, or set aside some money by selling some of the produce. Their efforts are complemented by federal and state schemes for poor adolescent girls. The girls receive 750 rupees ($11) a year from the state toward their education, and 25,000 rupees ($380) on turning 18 if they are still in school and unmarried. Despite a law banning girls from being married before the age of 18, nearly half India's girls are married before that age, according to UNICEF, the U.
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By Indra Balaratnam When you take oral medication to treat an illness or swallow a nutritional supplement, they end up being digested together with the food and drinks you consume. For the most part, many of us take these without giving much thought to the fact that they may interact with each other. Certain food may affect the absorption of some medicines. This is important to know so that you do not jeopardise your treatment. Taking some of these food together with certain medications may...
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TAKING antioxidant supplement pills like vitamin E and selenium does not prevent dementia, according to a new study.
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Still, health care may not be a dealbreaker that ACA backers would like people to think it is. The lack of data on this population makes it difficult to determine how many independent workers have health coverage, and how they get it. Harry Campbell, a part-time Lyft and Uber driver who runs TheRideShareGuy.com, a blog and podcast for on-demand drivers, conducted a survey this year of about 1,150 drivers and found that health coverage wasnt among the driverstop concerns. More than a quarter of drivers26.5 percent — said they got health insurance through another job, which supports the theory that many people drive on the side to supplement their income. The second-highest percentage at 16.4 percent said they were covered through a spouse while 15 percent were on Medicare. Just over 10 percent said they bought coverage through the Obamacare exchanges, and 12.
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Gen. Joseph Votel , head of U.S. Central Command, has been filling in more details for that outline, including by how much to increase the U.S. ground presence in Syria. Votel is set to forward his recommendations to Mattis by the end of the month, and the Pentagon secretary is likely to sign off on them, according to a defense official familiar with the deliberations. . . . . . About 500 U.S. Special Operations forces are already in Syria operating alongside the SDF, in addition to about 250 Rangers and 200 Marines. The new U.S. troops, if approved, would probably come from parts of both the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit — a flotilla of ships loaded with 2,200 Marines that is now steaming toward the region — and the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, from which 2,500 troops are headed to Kuwait. These conventional troops would supplement the Special Operations forces already on the ground and operate much like their counterparts fighting in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
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Doing several HIIT sessions a week would be catabolic so while you’d lose weight overall, some of that loss would be muscle mass. If building muscle is a goal, proper weight training still needs to be your primary focus with HIIT as a supplement. A training split of two weights sessions and two HIIT a sessions a week would keep you lean, while making sure you arent overtrained.” RECOMMENDED: Strength Training 101 Remember: it’s supposed to be short, intense and infrequent, not an everyday effort. Read on to find out how to structure your HIIT workouts. How To Get The Most Out Of HIIT Workouts Focus On A Goal Decide on your main aim for the session: is it power production, fat loss or the ability to sustain endurance efforts at high intensity? “You need to choose a goal before you start, or you’ll end up in the middle ground, not achieving as much as you can,” says Philippe Ndongmo, a personal trainer at Dolphin Square Fitness Club in London.
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Military spending would rise by $54 billion to something over 60% of discretionary spending, a percentage not seen since the Cold War. Then, according to reports, Trump will ask for $33 billion more off-the-books as a supplemental budget for the current (not the next) fiscal year for the military to spend on programs that candidate Trump denounced such as the F-35, and including $3 billion for the Department of Homeland Security to spend building a wall and detaining and deporting immigrants. Assuming a similar future supplement to the fiscal year 2018 budget, actual discretionary spending could see over 65% go to militarism. Trump's budget proposal does not fund any of the infrastructure he promised during his election campaign. The Sierra Club supports full funding of the Environmental Protection Agency so that it can adequately protect communities through enforcement of the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Toxic Substances Control Act and other important laws, said John Cruickshank, Chair of the Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club.
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Glowing and shiny-haired, some of the smiling faces of the wellness industry utilise dubious means to sell their lifestyle. Sometimes they’re simply happy to peddle bad science, but more often than not it’s far subtler than that. Playing On Our Fears For decades, cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies have played on our fears particularly around appearance, likability and performance at work – permanently affecting our self image. Whether it’s “if I take any more time off sick I wont get a pay rise” or “everyone’s looking at my bad skin”, being worried and searching for a solution drives consumer spending. Instead of genuinely wishing to improve lives, there’s some elements of the wellness industry that are increasingly happy to take advantage of these artificially sensitized weak spots in our psyche. Instead of making us question whether we are simply working too hard in an onerous culture, placing much of our value in economic potential, big businesses are now telling us to take a ginger supplement and get on with it.
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Last year the company streamed 10 NFL Thursday Night Football games , it struck a deal to stream over 15 e-sport tournaments this year, and most recently, it signed a two-year deal with the National Lacrosse League to live-stream an NLL Game of the Week and additional highlights. It appears the new open API for live-streaming directly to Twitter will supplement Periscope. The report suggests the open API would only be available to media partners and not regular Twitter users, so we laypeople will likely be left with Periscope for our daily live-streaming needs. Read 1 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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Anything that can be done to raise public consciousness about the need for charitable donations to supplement what the Government is doing is very much welcomed. Last Friday, I visited great Addington primary school where I was asked difficult questions inspired by their visit to Parliament last year. They asked me to convey to the House they're very sincere appreciation for the excellent tour. I would ask the Leader of the House in joining me to thank the staff for helping with that. Could we have a debate which we can rebuild confidence and enthusiasm for our democratic processes.
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And the Star says Eastenders actor Danny Dyer has returned to Britain as he prepares to return to the show. I'm joined once again by the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell, and documentary-maker and journalist, Jenny Kleeman.
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