BBC News 24
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to stress no, this will be a supplement, not a replacement? You second-guess the next question I was going to ask! In the past we know doctors have been frustrated coming into.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Leicester Mercury
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Don't miss your copy of the Leicester Mercury on Tuesday May 2 - you will be able to meet all of 2017's entries with full details of how to vote, and a very special voting form to start you off.
The Sun Daily
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THE modernist architect I. M. Pei, who was once pilloried for plonking a glass pyramid into the courtyard of the Louvre, turns 100 Wednesday with his controversial creation now an icon of the French capital. The Chinese-American designer endured a roasting from critics before the giant glass structure opened in 1989, with up to 90% of Parisians said to be against the project at one point. "I received many angry glances in the streets of Paris," Pei later said, confessing that "after the Louvre I thought no project would be too difficult." Yet in the end even that stern critic of modernist "carbuncles", Britain's Prince Charles, pronounced it "marvellous". And the French daily Le Figaro, which had led the campaign against the "atrocious" design, celebrated its genius with a supplement on the 10th anniversary of its opening. Pei's masterstroke was to link the three wings of the world's most visited museum with vast underground galleries bathed in light from his glass and steel pyramid.
The Event Chronicle
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TechCrunch
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Global News
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Think of it as a Guaranteed Income Supplement for the under 65
Sky News
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on things like the supplement bill, believes are tens of billions, due in just a few weeks after the Prime Minister Dunn elected on June eight. There will be a Macron effect for Buddhist politics. We are not saying anybody coming through the middle like him in the.
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Plymouth Herald
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A former Cornwall College principal was given £204,000 to leave his job - making him the best paid college chief executive in the UK, it has been revealed.Amarjit Basi was blamed by the Government for running his previous employer into debt before he quit his job as the head of the college, which has a base in Saltash, last summer.According to a report by the Times Education Supplement he tops a league table of earnings with a £404,000 pay package in 2015-16, including the...
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Try to minimize any confusion by only filming elements of the technology needed for your video so viewers can follow along on their devices. 8) How to Increase Your Facebook Reach and Outsmart the Algorithm You might be hesitant to create videos to explain a complicated subject matter, but that could actually be the most effective medium to help your audience understand something. In this video, my colleague Megan Conley breaks down the many nuances of Facebook's News Feed algorithm in a clear and concise manner. Then, graphics, animations, and screencasts supplement what she talks about with data visualizations to make the stats and figures more memorable for the viewer. Finally, the video ends with helpful next steps viewers can take to solve the problem outlined in the video. The video isn't about how to use HubSpot software at all -- it's only in the business of helping people get better results.
The Cornishman
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A former Cornwall College Group principal blamed by the Government for running his previous employer into debt was given a £204,000 payout to leave the job - making him the highest paid college chief executive in the UK that year with a total of £404,000. According to a report by the Times Education Supplement, Amarjit Basi, the college's former principal and CEO, topped the league table with a £404,000 pay package in 2015-16, including the £204,000 pay-off. Mr Basi...
Voice Of America
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In Michigan, Wisconsin and Indiana, a considerable share of corn crops tested since last fall’s harvest have had vomitoxin levels high enough to be considered too toxic for humans, pets, hogs, chickens and dairy cattle, according to public and private data compiled by Neogen. The company did not state what percent of each state’s corn crop was tested. Toxin levels The U.S. Food and Drug Administration allows vomitoxin levels of up to 1 part per million (ppm) in human and pet foods and recommends levels under 5 ppm in grain for hogs, 10 ppm for chickens and dairy cattle. Beef cattle can withstand toxin levels up to 30 ppm. Alltech Inc, a Kentucky-based feed supplement company, said 73 percent of feed samples it has tested this year have vomitoxin. The company analyzed samples sent by farmers whose animals have fallen ill. “We know there is lots of bad corn out there, because corn byproducts keep getting worse,” said Max Hawkins, a nutritionist with Alltech.
Futurity
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Neonicotinoids were not the whole story, but they were part of the story, he says. Because neonicotinoids are persistent in the environment and accumulate in pollen and nectar, they are of concern. But one of our major findings is that many other pesticides contribute to risk. Mass-blooming crops flower in big bursts during the pollination season, so crop producers rent armies of honey bees to supplement the work of wild bees. There are so many flowers at one given time, often there may not be enough wild bees to perform sufficient pollination services, McArt says. Watch: Honey bees clean pollen off their hairy eyes Crop pollination by insects, particularly bees, can be valued at more than $15 billion annually to the US economy, according to research by Nicholas Calderone, professor emeritus of entomology. Producers and beekeepers are now concerned about the high rates of hive declinesestimated to be about 42 percent in 2014-15 domestically.
Daily Star - Diet & Fitness
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THIS surprising supplement could be the key to weight loss.
Marketing Land
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Many SEOs are turning to content marketing to replace or supplement their link-building efforts, but consumers think most of this content is clutter. How do you stand out? Columnist David Freeman has some advice. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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Futurity
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Spermidine—a compound in foods like aged cheese, mushrooms, soy products, legumes, corn, and whole grains—may prevent liver fibrosis and hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer. There is also some evidence that it may prolong lifespan, according to a study in the journal Cancer Research . Researchers gave animal models an oral supplement of spermidine and found that they lived longer and were less likely than untreated individuals to have liver fibrosis and cancerous liver tumors, even when predisposed for those conditions. It's a dramatic increase in lifespan of animal models, as much as 25 percent, says Leyuan Liu, assistant professor at the Texas A&M Institute of Biosciences and Technology's Center for Translational Cancer Research. In human terms, that would mean that instead of living to about 81 years old, the average American could live to be over 100.
The Sun Daily - Health
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­Recipients of kidney ­transplant and donors are ­carefully evaluated to reduce the risks. "Kidney transplants are offered in government ­hospitals as well as some private hospitals." Do products sold in the market to detox the body add strain to our kidneys? "If you ask any nephrologist, there is no such thing as a drug/product/supplement that can cure or reverse kidney failure. "It is sad that people take advantage of those with CKD by offering them an alternative hope which is deceiving and futile. "Kidneys age with time, and chronic diseases such as ­diabetes and hypertension or non-­prescription/prescription drugs can accelerate this process. "Some of these unregulated compounds contain heavy metals, ­colouring, and preservatives which are ­harmful to the kidney and are not ­commonly tested until an adverse event has been reported. "Common prescriptive drugs such as non-steroidal ­inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can also contribute to kidney damage.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Bleacher Report
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The way he effortlessly nullified Reis offense and systematically took the challenger apart was one of the most impressive thing I've ever seen in a UFC title fight. Even to those of us well-versed in what Mighty Mouse brings to the table, it was a revelation. You mentioned the lopsided striking statistics at the top. To that, I would add that by the time Johnson took the fight to the mat in the third round and locked on an arm barthereby handing Reis the first submission loss of his near 10-year, near 30-fight careerit appeared Johnson did it just to see if he could. As if, hed had so much success on the feet, he figured he'd get some work in on the ground, too. Just when we thought we knew what Johnson was capable of, he raised the bar. That's a credit both to him and his team at AMC Martial Arts in Kirkland, Washington, which always seems to provide the exact right support and game-planning to supplement Johnson's incredible skills.
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ScienceDaily
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Drinking a beetroot juice supplement before working out makes the brain of older adults perform more efficiently, mirroring the operations of a younger brain, according to a new study.