Showing posts from October, 2017

Senators Take to Facebook to Criticize Facebook's Russian Ads

Senators grill executives of Facebook and Twitter, then take to Facebook and Twitter to crow about it.
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Facebook, Google, Twitter Executives Face Tough Questions on Russian Ads

In first of three congressional hearings, senators attack tech companies for letting Russians target Americans online before 2106 election.
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Stylerunner's Julie Stevanja on success

We caught up with CEO and founder of Stylerunner Julie Stevanja to chat about health, fitness and her career.ON CAREERI launched Stylerunner in 2012 and we have enjoyed some great success so far. We have so many plans for the future so it’s an extremely exciting time. Prior to starting Stylerunner, I was working for a tech start-up in Europe.ON MY DEFINITION OF SUCCESSDefining success is a bit of a trap that some people fall into. For me, success should include a number of elements to ensure you are really seeing the whole picture. The fact that I am working for myself, feel challenged every day and have a great team around me makes me feel more successful than any amount of money could ever achieve.ON MY TOP THREE SUCCESS TIPSPrioritise your work better:focus on what’s important not what’s urgent.Exercise before work rather than after it: you will activate your brain, meaning you will be more alert and effective by the time you hit the office.Read more professional books: I am a suck…

Radon on the radar

Researchers have known for decades that exposure to radon may cause lung cancer, and that North Dakota and Iowa have some of the highest radon rates in the country. Could radon potentially cause other cancers? Researchers are exploring that possibility. Along with a high incidence of radon, North Dakota also has the highest rate in the nation of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL. No one knows what causes this cancer, which usually is found in people over age 70. It is not curable but is treatable for some patients. Could there be a correlation?
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Trends in drug development

One third of all drugs on the American market act on the same kind of important cell receptor -- the G protein-coupled receptors. A major mapping of these drugs has found that their pharmacological mechanisms are becoming more complex. The mapping also reveals rapid developments especially within Alzheimer's disease, obesity, asthma and diabetes.
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Rosemary Roasted Delicata Squash

All shapes and colors of winter squash are bountiful in local markets this time of year, just begging to be roasted. Delicata squash is easily recognized by it’s oblong shape and orange or green stripes. This easy recipe for Rosemary Roasted Delicata Squash tastes like it came from a bygone era when food was simple and delicious.The flavor and texture of roasted delicata squash is luxurious, without the need to mask or enhance it with sugars or sauces. A touch of olive oil and a dusting of chopped, fresh rosemary impart a fragrant aroma and allow the natural sweetness of the squash to shine. Serve it with any lean protein, atop winter greens, or as a simple side dish for Thanksgiving!If you have never cooked delicata squash before, you are in for a treat – it is one of the easiest winter squashes to work with. As its name suggests, this mild winter squash has a delicate skin that doesn’t require peeling and can even be eaten! Similar in flavor to butternut squash or acorn squash, deli…

Clamshell Exercise: Why You Should Do This Glute-Strengthening Move

For an industry that takes itself as seriously as fitness does, it suffers no shortage of exercises with offbeat names. So if you haven’t already been introduced, allow us to familiarize you with another: the clamshell exercise.Modeled after other classics like the fire hydrant, the clamshell is so named for its resemblance to — wait for it — a clam opening and closing its shell. Although there may be even deeper meanings here; as anyone who’s ever tried to pry open a clamshell can tell you, it’s no easy task.First, let’s quickly run down the benefits of this move before we guide you through it. Muscles Targeted by the Clamshell ExerciseForemost among the muscles worked by the clamshell exercise is the gluteus medius. This is the abductor that forms the outside edge of your butt and side of your hip.The importance of your medial glutes can’t be overstated, with responsibilities that include hip stabilization, balance, and power. Strong medial glutes guide you through every step, stabil…

Little-known fruits contain powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant agents

Research shows that five fruit species native to Brazil's Atlantic Rainforest biome have bioactive properties as outstanding as those of blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, and strawberries. By investigating the presence of anti-aging nutrients that also work at the prevention of cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's, the study clears the path for the conservation and promotion of the genus Eugenia, which contains 400 species (some of them endangered) and presents huge potential in food and pharmaceutical industries.
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US cancer drug costs increasing despite competition

After a follow-up period of 12 years, the mean cumulative cost increase was 37 percent, including all the injectable anticancer drugs. Annual changes in pricing did not appear to be affected by new supplemental FDA approvals, new off-label indications or new competition.
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Elderly chromosomes activate genes differently than in the young

Grey hair, wisdom, and wrinkles on our skin mark us as we age, but it's the more subtle changes beneath the surface that make us old. Now, researchers have discovered that our chromosomes also wrinkle with age, changing how our immune system renews itself.
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Tracking mosquitoes with your cellphone

A simple recording of a mosquito's buzz on a cellphone could contribute to a global-scale mosquito tracking map of unprecedented detail, say experts.
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Uncomfortable sight from an ancient reflex of the eye

The eyes are for seeing, but they have other important biological functions, including automatic visual reflexes that go on without awareness. The reflexive system of the human eye also produces a conscious, visual experience, according to a new study.
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Chromosome organization emerges from 1-D patterns

Researchers have developed a method to predict how a human chromosome folds based solely on the epigenetic marks that decorate chromatin inside cells.
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Voting does not reduce crime, study shows

Voting does not make people less likely to subsequently commit a crime, a randomized controlled experiment of 550,000 potential voters in the United States shows.
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Review: Samsung Gear Sport (2017)

A long-lasting, easy-to-use, fitness-minded smartwatch.
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After Las Vegas, Searching for Meaning in a Killer's Brain

Stephen Paddock's brain is being sent to Stanford, where a pathologist will dissect his brain in search of answers. Nobody thinks it's going to work.
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With 'Ball in the Family,' Facebook Watch Finds an Unexpected Use: Counter-Programming

On the platform's breakout show, a basketball dynasty's patriarch has used reality TV to take back the reins of his narrative.
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Stable, affordable homes don't just help patients, they save taxpayer dollars

By investing in housing, hospitals can help build healthier communities and save money by stemming the tide of emergency room visits and costly health interventions, research shows.
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Medical News Today: Creepy crawlies: Why you were born to fear spiders and snakes

Do you have a fear of spiders or snakes? A new study of 6-month-old babies suggests that many of us may be predisposed to such phobias.
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Strong maternal antibodies for HIV ineffective for protecting infants from HIV

HIV+ mothers who possess a strong neutralizing antibody response may be more likely to pass the virus on to her infant through breast feeding. In addition, infants born to mothers with a strong antibody response are significantly more likely to have a serious illness or death, regardless of whether or not they acquire the virus, report investigators.
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Prenatal exposure to BPA at low levels can affect gene expression in developing rat brain

Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) at levels below those currently considered safe for humans affects gene expression related to sexual differentiation and neurodevelopment in the developing rat brain.
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How an interest in bipolar disorder drugs led to a better understanding of leukemia

A research project that began 20 years ago with an interest in how lithium treats mood disorders has yielded insights into the progression of blood cancers such as leukemia. The research centers on a protein called GSK-3.
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Cause of brain sensitivity to lack of oxygen

Researchers have discovered why the brain is more sensitive to oxygen deprivation than other organs. Hypoxia caused by a stroke, for example, activates a specific mechanism that is protective in other organs but can be detrimental to the brain.
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Bilingual preschoolers show stronger inhibitory control

For students in preschool, speaking two languages may be better than one, especially for developing inhibitory control. That idea isn't new, but a new study took a longitudinal approach to examine the bilingual advantage hypothesis, which suggests that the demands associated with managing two languages confer cognitive advantages that extend beyond the language domain.
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Illuminated pajamas treat newborns for jaundice

Babies who suffer from jaundice after birth are treated with shortwave light. Researchers have now developed illuminated pajamas that replace the treatment in an incubator. This means newborns can get healthy while warm and happy in their mothers' arms.
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Locus coeruleus activity linked with hyperarousal in PTSD

A new study has linked signs of heightened arousal and reactivity -- a core symptom of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) -- to overactivity of the locus coeruleus (LC), a brain region that mediates arousal and reactivity. By combining bodily responses and brain imaging data researchers have provided direct human evidence for a theory over 30 years old.
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Medical News Today: What causes blisters on the feet?

Learn all about why blisters might form on the feet. What can be done to treat and prevent them, and when is it recommended to see a doctor?
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Football position and length of play affect brain impact

Damage to white matter in the brains of former college and professional football players due to recurrent head impacts can be related to playing position and career duration, according to a new study.
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Research suggests new way to treat inflammatory gut disease and prevent rejection of bone marrow transplants

A new study explains how a widely used drug is effective against inflammatory bowel disease and rejection of bone marrow transplants, while suggesting another way to address both health issues.
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Fish oil or fish consumption? New recommendations for pregnant women trying to prevent childhood asthma

Consuming 2-3 servings of fish a week during pregnancy prevents childhood asthma just as much as fish oil supplements, say researchers.
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Wristband devices detect dangerous seizures in patients with epilepsy

New research indicates that wristband devices may improve the detection and characterization of seizures in patients with epilepsy.
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Higher thyroid hormone levels associated with artery disease and early death

High and high-normal levels of a thyroid hormone called free thyroxine or FT4, were associated with artery disease and death in elderly and middle-aged people.
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Spicy food may curb unhealthy cravings for salt

People who enjoy spicy foods appear to eat less salt and have lower blood pressure. Spicy foods may increase sensitivity to salt, reducing how much salt is eaten.
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Alzheimer's disease might be a 'whole body' problem

Canadian and Chinese scientists, using surgically-joined mice, find that amyloid-beta -- the protein that causes Alzheimer's disease -- can travel from other parts of the body to the brain, where it does its damage.
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Medical News Today: Obese children with asthma spend longer in hospital

The relationship between obesity and asthma is complex. The latest study looks at the impact of obesity on hospital readmission for children with asthma.
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Medical News Today: Need to cut down on salt? Try something spicy instead

Too much salt is not good for the heart, but now, researchers have come up with a smart — and tasty — way to help us cut down: spicy food.
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How a $10 microchip turns 2-D ultrasound machines to 3-D imaging devices

Technology that keeps track of how your smartphone is oriented can now give $50,000 ultrasound machines many of the 3-D imaging abilities of their $250,000 counterparts -- for the cost of a $10 microchip.
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Genome scientists use UK Salmonella cases to shed light on African epidemic

Scientists have used Salmonella genome data from a UK public health surveillance study to gain new insights into the Salmonella epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Role of a DNA repair mechanism

An important step forward in understanding more exactly what the mechanisms are that allow, if not correctly repaired, certain DNA breaks to be exchanged with others, so generating chromosomal translocation.
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'Protect your eyes while on the slopes,' scientists warn

Snow fanatics are no doubt aware of the risk of getting sunburnt on the slopes, but a new study shows that it is more than a red face that skiers and snowboarders should be concerned about.
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New biomarkers can detect concussions, even mild ones, through simple blood test

Proteins from brain cells called astrocytes can be detected in blood immediately after head injury, suggesting that a blood test may be used to detect concussions, even mild ones.
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Landmark discovery turns marathon of evolution into a sprint

A research collaboration has discovered a new way of rapidly generating a swathe of medically significant natural products after discovering a ground-breaking technique that turns the marathon of evolution into a sprint.
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Report reveals prominence of double vision

A new study reveals that double vision is associated with 850,000 outpatient and emergency department visits annually, but life-threatening diagnoses are rare.
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Gene therapy protects against age-related cognitive, memory deficits

Regulation of the brain's Klotho gene using gene therapy protects against age-related learning and memory problems in mice, demonstrate scientists for the first time.
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Stem cells conduct cartilage regeneration but are not directly involved

Stem cell therapy has great potential for curing cartilage damage. However, it has remained unclear whether stem cells are responsible for regeneration or whether they trigger the process. Researchers have been able to resolve this issue by tracking the effects in a new, natural model. After injection, stem cells orchestrate the healing effect of endogenous cells but are not responsible for cartilage regeneration. The breakthrough was enabled by preventing the normal immune response to the molecule required to trace the injected cells.
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New toolkit reveals novel cancer genes

A new statistical model has enabled researchers to pinpoint 27 novel genes thought to prevent cancer from forming, in an analysis of over 2,000 tumors across 12 human cancer types. The findings could help create new cancer treatments that target these genes, and open up other avenues of cancer research.
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Aging has distinct and opposite effects on tendon in males and females

New research has identified that in tendon aging has distinct and opposite effects on the genes expressed in males and females.
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Depression is on the rise in the US, especially among young teens

Depression is on the rise in the United States. From 2005 to 2015, depression rose significantly among Americans age 12 and older with the most rapid increases seen in young people. This is the first study to identify trends in depression by gender, income, and education over the past decade.
More détails | Warning: These 10 everyday traps will make you fat

How to dodge life’s major threats to your waistband – and stay lean forever.
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Medical News Today: What you need to know about codependent relationships

A look at codependent relationships. Included is information on how these relationships develop and the treatment for codependency.
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Medical News Today: Letter from the Editor: Know thyself

The ancient Greeks urged "know thyself." In this month's letter, Managing Editor Marie Ellis unmasks what that means — for our editors and our readers.
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Medical News Today: Alzheimer's: Protein from outside the brain may be involved

A new study in mice finds that amyloid beta from outside the brain can cause brain plaques, neuron damage, and other hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease.
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Drug can dramatically reduce weight of people with obesity

Researchers find that on average the daily energy intake, a measure of the amount of food consumed, is 24 per cent lower with semaglutide.
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Information About Eyelash Extensions Katy

By Kevin Scott

If you are not satisfied with how your eyelashes look and you think they are too small or not very thick then there are some good solutions that you could opt for. Eyelash extensions Katy are gaining immense popularity because of their ease of use and durability. They look so natural that you can hardly identify if someone has got artificial eyelashes.

It can be a bit tricky to make your decision in this regards as there are so many different varieties available out there which makes it very confusing. They come in different price ranges as well as quality therefore you have to identify those that cost you cheap but are durable in terms of their quality. Quality matters the most because if you buy something just because its cheap and in result the quality turns out to be cheap then the lashes will not last as long as you want them to.

There were times when ladies used to invest hours in salon to complete their eyelash augmentations however now, a similar procedure is e…

The Rylo Camera Makes Everything You Shoot Look Amazing

This tiny video camera perfects your footage after you shoot it with state-of-the-art software.
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What’s REALLY in a Jar of Nutella?

Nutella is up there with pumpkin spice lattes and Sriracha — people are crazy for it.But you’ve probably seen the photo of Nutella ingredients that went viral on the Internet. Seeing the thick layers of sugar and palm oil compared the much thinner layers of hazelnuts and cocoa powder made at least a few consumers reconsider their toast topping.So is Nutella the devil or a treat that’s OK to eat? (In moderation, of course).We consulted a dietitian and Ph.D. nutritionist for their expert opinions on this popular chocolate-hazelnut spread.Nutella Nutrition Facts A serving of Nutella (two tablespoons) contains 200 calories, 12 grams fat, 4 grams saturated fat, 15 milligrams sodium, 23 grams carbohydrates, 21 grams sugars, and 2 grams of protein.A serving of peanut butter (two tablespoons) contains 188 calories, 16 grams fat, 3 grams saturated fat, 8 grams carbs, 2 grams sugars, 7 grams protein, and varying amounts of sodium.No salt-added varieties have about five milligrams of sodium, whil…

Medical News Today: Eggplant allergy: What you need to know

Allergies to eggplant, or aubergine, are fairly uncommon. In this article, learn about the symptoms of eggplant allergies, as well as other foods to avoid.
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October's Best Gear: Pixel 2, Surface Book 2, Sonos One, and More

Our favorite gadgets, from smart speakers to fancy laptops.
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Medical News Today: How do you get rid of blushing?

A look at blushing and how to stop it. Included is detail on this natural bodily response to stress or anxiety. Learn how to get rid of blushing here.
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What Congress Should Ask Tech Executives About Russia

Executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter will testify to three congressional committees about Russia and the 2016 election.
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China Tests the Limits of Its US Hacking Truce

As the Trump administration reups an anti-hacking agreement with China, security researchers say China is inching its toes up to that red line.
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Museums Are Ready for the Next Natural Disaster. Are You?

After Sandy, climate-resilient design is on the rise. Museums, seeking to protect their priceless art, are on the cutting edge.
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Medical News Today: Why do we get hungry?

Find out how our stomachs and brains know that it's time for our next meal, and why we might reach for a tasty-looking snack even if we are not hungry.
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DigitalGlobe and Orbital Insights Join Up to (Really) Enhance Images From Space

The satellite company and the AI company are using the cloud to interpret the Earth.
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Apple iPhone X Camera Test

We took Apple's iPhone X on a trampoline to test the camera's image stabilization and slow-motion capture capabilities.
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The College Kids Doing What Twitter Won't

The 20-year-old kids behind RoBhat Labs are unearthing the hidden bots that plague the social media giant—so, why isn't Twitter?
More détails | 80% of pregnant women suffer from this condition

Mom-to-be? Chances are that you’re experiencing heartburn. While there’s no magical cure, a few simple lifestyle adjustments can help.
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Reduce The Chronic Pain By Having The Rolfing Services San Diego

By Roger Lewis

Some people hurt their shoulders, sciatic nerves, neck and even the shoulders. When these injuries come, then you will find yourself suffering a lot of pain. It becomes hard to work and do the ordinary things. For the patient affected, they have to get treatment. Some will undergo surgeries while others take drugs. However, you do not need all this as some natural manipulative procedures are used. The Rolfing services San Diego helps to restore your health.

When suffering from any of the above, you have to undergo this procedure. In fact, the sessions done by the qualified person feels as though you are undergoing the yoga. After the session, patients who were complaining of the ache see a dramatic improvement in their health. If you were unable to move, there is more flexibility.

Some people believe that the treatment is the same as a regular massage. Though the concept is the same, anyone who chooses to have this done gets the soft tissue manipulation. When completed…

Leading OBGYN Reno Provides Tips On Things To Do The Instance You Test Positive For Pregnancy

By Frank Thomas

For most people, testing positive for pregnancy is thrilling. The pregnancy period is special for any woman. You would be having a little somebody growing inside you and you may want to ensure that your health as well as that of your unborn baby is safe. If you are also thinking about seeing an OBGYN Reno would be a good place to begin your hunt instance you find out that you are expectant.

You need to take the right measures in real time. The idea is to ascertain that your pregnancy kicks off on the right foot. Start by visiting your regular doctor and getting the pregnancy confirmed. The involved tests are quick and simple and your physician would also leave you with an idea of the expected date of birth. In case there is a need for you to immediately see an OBGYN, then the relevant referrals would be offered.

You should find a reputable womens health center for you to begin your checkups. These are facilities that are adequately equipped to provide prenatal care an…

How To Choose A Wedding Planner San Francisco

By Scott Kelly

Preparing for a wedding is among the most exciting times a couple will ever spend. It is however also among the most stressful moments for couples. Planning for the ceremony, finding a best man, picking ushers among other things will require very careful consideration. They would also need to look for a venue, caterer and florist. When looking for a wedding planner San Francisco residents need to know how to get the most qualified. Professional planners help to eliminate most stress.

One of the first major things to have in mind is type of service you need as a couple. You can go for full service planners who take over the entire planning, including the reception and after party is there is. They are charged with the entire preparation. They work closely with the couple to plan for various aspects.

The second type are the partial service planners. They mostly offer coordination services. In most cases, they help with finding a venue and get you in touch with most of th…

What To Look For In A Pharmaceutical Consultant IL

By Melissa Fisher

The pharmaceutical world is essentially very sophisticated, especially to laymen. Therefore, being a highly critical subject, it requires to be handled by people who have the expertise and know-how on this particular subject. When looking for an expert to hire, there are a number of highly important factors that you need to consider. Great Pharmaceutical Consultant IL thus needs to have various critical qualities.

The person should be in a position to give priority their numerous needs and be on time with all the set deadlines. There should be proper follow up in all the duties that are being carried out to be able to identify all the areas that lead to losses. The environment where all the activities are carried out should be very conducive to avoid unnecessary destruction.

A lot of experience and expertise is necessary in the field, creativity will help one come up with brilliant ideas during the operations that will save the team a deal all the headache of making…

Steps To Find Missing Persons Like Jerome Thomas Allsup

By Cynthia Adams

Missing person cases are serious things and when your family member or friend is involved then you may feel powerless. But you are not and you could do some actions to increase your chances of finding your loved one quickly and safely. Among the steps that can be done is deploying trained investigators, engaging the community and alerting authorities.

To achieve this, begin immediately your search because this helps limit the area they could go which helps in avoiding to overlook clues or becoming irrelevant. Follow these steps in finding missing persons if ever you need them like those looking for Jerome Thomas Allsup. Remember to offer help for those undergoing these situations because losing someone is a very difficult feeling.

Alerting authorities will help with spreading the message after you filed a report to the local police station. Do it immediately and do not wait that the individual is considered missing after certain number of hours have passed since thei…

Best Tips For Becoming The Best Working Blouse Designs Expert

By Timothy Harris

Being in a professional field requires more than skills earned from college and the right working tools. You will need pieces of advice on how to nature your skills and enable your machines work to the optimum level. Below are some inspiring eight tips for becoming the best working blouse designs to guide you through your professional career.

Be good at communicating. Communication plays a key role in ensuring that your clients are satisfied with the services that you offer. For this reason, you should always be on the same page and follow fully the instructions provided by the client. Moreover, if a dispute arises, then it should be solved in amicable way and not burn bridges.

Effective marketing skills are required. The designing industry is flooded, competitive and you have to create your own niche to be successful. In order to be on top of the food chain, then you should let people know about your business and skills. For example, you can utilize word of mouth, …

Medical News Today: How does rheumatoid arthritis affect the skin?

Rashes only affect a small percentage of people with rheumatoid arthritis. Learn about the symptoms and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis rashes here.
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Medical News Today: Can we halt aging? Math says 'no'

Aging is the scourge of life on earth, but can it be stopped? In a word, "no." It seems that mathematics has it in for us: aging is inevitable.
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Medical News Today: Aspirin slashes risk of gastrointestinal cancer

A large-scale study finds that regular, long-term use of aspirin may be able to prevent the development of different gastrointestinal cancers.
More détails | Weak, crazy or witchcraft? Mental illness and cultural stigmas

Have you ever heard a friend or family member make an ignorant comment about mental illness? Cultural stigmas surrounding depression and other mental illnesses are a worldwide problem.
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Inside Castle, Where Google's Waymo Tests Its Self-Driving Cars

And all the questions we still have about how the technology's path to commercialization.
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9/11 WTC responders show increased physical disability due to PTSD

A new study of more than 1,100 WTC responders indicates a significant increase in physical disability among the responders.
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Less but more frequent exercise best to reduce weight? Study provides a clue

Low magnitude, high frequency mechanical stimulation (LMMS) reduces adipose (fat) tissue and thus may be a method of reducing weight and health risks such as diabetes. A new study takes this concept to another level.
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Early age of drinking leads to neurocognitive and neuropsychological damage

Although drinking by U.S. adolescents has decreased during the last decade, more than 20 percent of U.S. high-school students continue to drink alcohol before the age of 14 years. This can have adverse effects on their neurodevelopment. Little is known about how the age of alcohol-use onset influences brain development. This is the first study to assess the association between age of adolescent drinking onset and neurocognitive performance, taking into account pre-existing cognitive function.
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Drinking during adolescence and young adulthood: Taboo, tolerated, and treasured

The etiology of a behavior, such as alcohol drinking, can change during adolescence and young adulthood. A new article explores factors of family and friend influences on youth and young adult drinking.
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Wise Means To Successfully Do A Clothing Donation

By Martha Stone

Charities and some other agencies often have a cause.Their actions are done to provide support for individuals, their families or the whole communities. As disasters occur and cause danger to the people and to the properties, victims need to receive some support.

Donations take in several forms apparently. While most people could give support by providing money, a PA Clothing Donation could be presented as well. Checking your closets for extra clothes that are not used for several years is the initial step. After you are done with this, its also important to discover some boxes and other containers with labels to place things. Besides these, there are various matters that should be done which would be discussed below.

Segregate the clothes for adults and for kids. You should, at least, have three boxes, one for the children and the another is for men and women. This is to prevent unpacking and removing the tapes of containers just to see what is inside. Write some lab…

Designing Streets for Self-Driving Cars: Parks Instead of Parking Meters

A new blueprint from city transportation planners and engineers, who say it's never too early to start thinking about the future.
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'Stranger Things 2': Let's Talk About Episode 7 (Fine, and the Other Ones Too)

Our culture team went into social-media hiding so they could mainline the new episodes—but now that they're back, it's time to unpack.
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Today's Not a Good Day to Be George Papadopoulos on Twitter

Sometimes it's just not cool to share a name with a guy in the news.
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What's Next for Sprint and T-Mobile After Collapsed Merger Talks?

Reported collapse of merger talks between Sprint and T-Mobile leaves both companies with uncertain futures.
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Effects of Medicaid expansion focus of new study

A new article examines the effects of Medicaid expansion on low-income individuals' access to health care.
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Intake of pesticide residue from fruits, vegetables and infertility treatment outcomes

Eating more fruits and vegetables with high-pesticide residue was associated with a lower probability of pregnancy and live birth following infertility treatment for women using assisted reproductive technologies, report researchers.
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Facebook’s Last-Minute Effort To Keep Congress At Bay

Facebook agreed to create searchable database of political ads and disclose targeting criteria after criticism of earlier proposals.
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What We’ve Learned About Climate Change Since Hurricane Sandy

Scientists understand a lot more about how climate change affects extreme weather.
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What the George Papadopoulos Plea Says About Robert Mueller's Next Moves

With a plea agreement from Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, special counsel Robert Mueller showed that he knows how to keep a secret—and that this investigation is just getting started.
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Virtual reality reduces phantom pain in paraplegics

Virtual reality reduces phantom body pain in paraplegics and creates the illusion that they can feel their paralyzed legs being touched again. The results could one day translate into therapies to reduce chronic pain in paraplegics.
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It's mathematically impossible to beat aging, scientists say

Current understanding of the evolution of aging leaves open the possibility that aging could be stopped if only science could figure out a way to make selection between organisms perfect. However, the solution isn't that simple, researchers have found.
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Focused ultrasound shows promise for treating Parkinson's tremor

An initial test to determine if a scalpel-free form of brain surgery can reduce tremor caused by Parkinson's disease has produced encouraging results. Further research is warranted, the researchers conclude.
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Smart artificial beta cells could lead to new diabetes treatment

Artificial beta cells have been developed that automatically release insulin into the bloodstream when glucose levels rise. This work was done in lab experiments but could lead to a much more patient-friendly treatment than injections.
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Discovery challenges belief about brain's cellular makeup

A new discovery is challenging science's longstanding beliefs regarding the cellular makeup of the brain, report scientists.
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'The Deuce' Isn't About Sex, It's About Capitalism

HBO's 1970s drama views the pitfalls of free enterprise through the eyes of sex workers.
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For older adults with diabetes, losing weight with diet, exercise can improve circulation

Type 2 diabetes affects blood circulation. When blood flow in the brain is impaired, it can affect the way we think and make decisions. Recently, researchers examined information from a 10-year-long study, focusing on whether participants with type 2 diabetes who lowered calories in their diet and increased physical activity had better blood flow to the brain.
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Medical News Today: Suicide could be predicted with brain imaging

Researchers have created a machine-learning algorithm that was able to accurately predict suicidal ideation and attempts in a small group of participants.
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How flu shot manufacturing forces influenza to mutate

The common practice of growing influenza vaccine components in chicken eggs disrupts the major antibody target site on the virus surface, rendering the flu vaccine less effective in humans.
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Immigrants living in the country without authorization at risk for anxiety and depression

Nearly a quarter of Mexican immigrants who live near the California-Mexico border without legal authorization have a mental disorder, particularly depression or anxiety.
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Competitive divers face high risk of back, shoulder and other injuries

Competitive divers face a high risk of injuring their shoulders, back, elbows, wrists and other body parts, according to sports medicine physicians.
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Breastfeeding for two months halves risk of SIDS

Breastfeeding for at least two months cuts a baby's risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome almost in half, a sweeping new international study has found.
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Medical News Today: All you need to know about ridges in fingernails

A look at ridges in fingernails. This article examines fingernail ridges caused by aging, other causes, how they are diagnosed, and how to prevent them.
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Medical News Today: Diabetes: Synthetic beta cells could lead to skin patch treatment

Artificial beta cells that release insulin when blood sugar levels rise above normal show promise as a future treatment for diabetes.
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Find The Perfect Bridal Shop Lexington Mass

By Angela Edwards

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Studies reveal characteristics of bone, tendon injuries incurred by Olympic athletes

Female athletes participating in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro were more likely to experience bone stress injuries in their lower extremities while competing in track and field compared to other events. In addition, tendon abnormalities similarly were most common in track and field athletes, however they most frequently involved the shoulder, Achilles and patellar tendons.
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Early childhood adversities linked to health problems in tweens, teens

Researchers have identified a pathway in the brain that seems to connect exposure to adverse experiences during early childhood with depression and problems with physical health in teens and preteens.
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Work-family balance can tip wrong way for some young doctors

Female medical interns are more likely to suffer from symptoms of depression than their male counterparts, and the conflict between work and family responsibilities is a factor in that gender difference about a third of the time, suggests research.
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Both the aggressor and the victim: Alarming number of teens cyberbully themselves

A new form of self-harm in youth has emerged and is cause for concern. The behavior: 'digital self-harm' or 'self-trolling,' where adolescents post, send or share mean things about themselves anonymously online. The concern: it is happening at alarming rates and could be a cry for help. A new study is the first to examine the extent of this behavior and is the most comprehensive investigation of this understudied problem.
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New review looks at the effectiveness, side effects of mefloquine

New systematic reviews have investigated the safety of mefloquine (Lariam) for preventing malaria in travelers.
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Medical News Today: Getting fit with friends may boost life quality

New research suggests that exercising with a group of people rather than on your own brings more mental, emotional, and physical benefits overall.
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Medical News Today: Life hacks: How to cope with night shifts

Night shifts can be tough on both the mind and body. We have compiled tips to help you prepare for, survive, and recover from working unsociable hours.
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Group exercise improves quality of life, reduces stress far more than individual work outs

Group exercise participants showed significant improvements in all three quality of life measures: mental (12.6 percent), physical (24.8 percent) and emotional (26 percent). They also reported a 26.2 percent reduction in perceived stress levels. By comparison, individual fitness participants on average worked out twice as long, and saw no significant changes in any measure, except in mental quality of life (11 percent increase).
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YouTube's Quest to Make TV Work Everywhere

The next generation of YouTube TV is both native to the internet and compatible with the couch. Oh, and it works with your remote.
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AT&T Joins the Open-Source Artificial-Intelligence Arms Race

AT&T introduces tool to make it easier for non-experts to apply artificial intelligence to real-world problems.
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Controversial Brain Imaging Uses AI to Take Aim at Suicide Prevention

Researchers are training algorithms to spot tell-tale signs of self-harm in brain scans. But there’s probably better data to use.
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Umbilical cord blood improves motor skills in some children with cerebral palsy

An infusion of cells from a child's own umbilical cord blood appears to improve brain connectivity and motor function in children with spastic cerebral palsy, according to a randomized clinical trial.
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Less fat, more hair and younger skin: Study in mice shows benefits from calorie-restricted diet

Scientists show that mice subjected to the diet presented body fat reduction and fur production increase. The research group also noted that liver, pancreas and brain cells from these mice boasted a higher performance in activities related to metabolic regulation.
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HPV: Vaccination and test reduce cancer risk by more than 90%

Every year there are around 400 new cases of cervical cancer and a total of approximately 800 cancers associated with HPV (human papilloma virus). Two measures could reverse this trend: the nonavalent HPV vaccination and HPV screening by means of smear tests as secondary prevention. This combination is able to reduce the cancer risk by more than 90%.
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Medical News Today: What is vellus hair?

Can vellus hair become terminal hair? How much vellus hair is normal? What is the link between vellus hair and baldness? Find out in this article.
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Carnitine supplementation could improve cold tolerance and more

Acylcarnitines are fatty acyl esters of L-carnitine that are found to increase in young mice during cold adaptation.
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