11 Morning Rituals You Can Adopt To Become A Happier And More Successful Person

May 29, 2017

… power of your mind and law of attraction to help you get what you want. 5. Exercising Exercise is just plain good for you. It gets your body working, the blood flowing, and gives you more energy. Wake up and do some sort of exercise, whether its a jog around the block, some yoga, stretching, or hitting the gym for an hour. This is more about feeling good than looking good. 6. Reading Reading books and magazines will feed the mind and get your brain working every morning. And, depending on what …

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These new 3D scan fit helmets could make football safer

May 28, 2017

… standard practice already across all levels of football. He doesn’t think cost will be a problem for smaller programs in the future. “Scaleability and affordability are important to us on this platform,” he said. “Were rolling it out for large colleges and professional teams, but as we scale it I can see this becoming an affordable option for high schools, junior highs, youth programs these are all things were working on.” The Precision Fit helmets are made to last …

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What you should think about while considering a career change to healthcare

May 27, 2017

… online course work. Zuniga cites these people as great resources for both aid and support in the pursuit of her dream. Zuniga plans to complete this round of her education next year, when she will decide whether or not to pursue further classes and earn her MBA. She’s looking forward to entering the healthcare field full time. If youre considering making a career change to the healthcare field: 1. Identify your passion. Zuniga’s dream of working in healthcare started pretty …

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Apple working on dedicated AI chip for iOS devices, report says

May 27, 2017

Image: lili sams/mashable Apple’s reportedly working on a new kind of chip potentially for future iOS devices that’ll be used just for processing AI, Bloomberg reports. SEE ALSO: New leaked photos reportedly reveal the final design of the iPhone 8 Bloomberg says the chip’s called the Apple Neural Engine internally, and could be used for “offloading facial recognition in the photos application, some parts of speech recognition, and the iPhones predictive keyboard to …

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Who is Nicola Sturgeon? A profile of the SNP leader – BBC News

May 26, 2017

After studying law at Glasgow University and working as a solicitor at the city’s Drumchapel Law Centre, Ms Sturgeon’s entry into full-time politics came at the age of 29, when she was elected to the new Holyrood parliament in 1999, as a Glasgow regional MSP. As a frontbench opposition spokeswoman, she sought to hold the Labour-Lib Dem coalition government to account on education, justice and health. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Salmond-Sturgeon leadership …

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Bella Hadid Confesses The “Crazy” Juice Cleanse She Once Tried

May 25, 2017

Bella Hadid is really at the top of her game right now. The 20-year-old modelis constantly on the move, whether it be flaunting her fabulous figurein the most enviable fashion on the runway orchilling in the sun in a sexy swimsuit with her friends. Instagram Good for you, Bella! I mean, singlelife is certainly working for you. In a recent interview with Coveteur, Hadid opened up about her hectic schedule and how she stays healthy. She alsodished on her favorite shoes and just how many she …

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Debt fears remain despite manifesto ‘breathing space’ plans – BBC News

May 23, 2017

… over the levels of personal debt among working households. Warnings The City regulator – the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – has warned of an acceleration in consumer borrowing, such as loans, overdrafts, credit card debt and car finance. This echoes concerns raised by the Bank of England. Image copyright PA Image caption Car sales have boomed in recent years The FCA is already conducting is own inquiry into overdrafts, door-to-door lending and other forms of loans. …

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Ipoh: A cultural and culinary guide to Malaysia’s rising tourism star

May 23, 2017

(CNN)Sometime after the tin slump of the 1980s, Ipoh earned a reputation for being a retirement destination, or just a pit stop on the way to Penang. “Before, there wasn’t one place where people gathered,” says Julie Song of Burps & Giggles, a cafe that’s contributed to the city’s new face. “Now, everyone who comes makes Old Town their first stop.” …

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General election 2017: New warning over social care plans – BBC News

May 22, 2017

… set up. Some councils in England had not signed any agreements to let people defer their payments, while in other areas more than 100 agreements had been signed. Sir Steve said: “It is clear that there is already a lottery as to whether people facing significant care costs can exercise their legal right to defer their payments under the existing system. “The government will need to investigate very quickly why the present system is not working properly, otherwise there is a danger of …

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Why Humans Love Robots Like People

May 21, 2017

… the bleeding hearts among us are susceptible to anthropomorphizing, think again. Robots such as the TALON 3B find and defuse land mines in war zones. Often, this results in the robot blowing itself up, losing limbs and other parts. This is the purpose of such robotsbetter a machine lose an arm or a life than a human. But the officers and cadets working with the robots dont necessarily feel this way. An Army colonel put an end to a military exercise in which a persistent TALON robot lost all but …

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Tim Cook reportedly seen sporting a world-changing Apple Watch prototype

May 21, 2017

… specialized version of the Watch, according to a report from CNBC. Connected to Cook’s Watch is a new device that is said to be a prototype of a glucose-tracker, which is rumored to be in development for a future version of the wearable. Apple’s many mouthpieces will be the first to tell you about how the company is working to revolutionize the world but this feature has the potential to be truly life-changing. The addition of a non-invasive blood-sugar tracker to the Watch’s …

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Are hackers working to bring back WannaCry just for the lulz?

May 20, 2017

Ain't that rich?Image: Getty Images When it comes to online currency, lulz just might outvalue Bitcoin. A unknown group of hackers is working behind the scenes to restart the ransomware WannaCry, and one security expert believes the culprits this time around aren’t who you think. And neither is their motivation. SEE ALSO: It won’t be easy for WannaCry hackers to get their cash Contrary to what you might expect, it appears not to be the initial group responsible for WannaCry …

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The Canary Girls: The workers the war turned yellow – BBC News

May 20, 2017

… job,” says Amy Dale As well as suffering the cosmetic consequences of working with TNT, workers risked amputation with every shell that passed through their hands. Amy Dale, who is researching munitions factories for her PhD, said those at Royal Ordnance Filling factories (ROFs) risked losing fingers and hands, burns and blindness. “In these factories, they would take the casing, fill it with powder, then put a detonator in the top and that had to be tapped down. If they tapped too …

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Superbug C. auris identified in 122 people across 7 states, CDC says

May 19, 2017

… hygiene, and personal protective equipment. After a thorough cleaning with a sodium hypochlorite-based disinfectant, the fungus could not be found in the rooms of patients infected with C. auris. “C. auris is still relatively rare in the United States and CDC is working hard to contain its spread,” said Tsay, who noted that most people are at low risk of getting infected. “One of the best ways to prevent the spread of germs like C. auris in healthcare settings is good hand …

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Facebook and The Trevor Project hope to help prevent LGBTQ youth suicides

May 18, 2017

Facebook has been working to make users feel safer on the platform for years, and in its latest effort to enhance the online community, the social media platform partnered with The Trevor Project, an organization dedicated to suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. On Tuesday in the middle of Mental Health Awareness month Facebook announced that users will be able to connect with mental health resourcesfromThe Trevor Project right from their direct messages. The project rolls out over the next …

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Former Marine who lost his leg in Afghanistan is absolute fitness goals

May 17, 2017

A former Royal Marines Commando who lost his leg in Afghanistan has shared a video of himself working out to show that “you don’t need two legs” to be fit. SEE ALSO: This cancer survivor’s date will make you weep tears of joy In the video, Andy Grant shows how he works out without even going to the gym. “You don’t need fancy gym equipment, you don’t even need two legs,” says Grant. …

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General election 2017: Len McCluskey ‘can’t see Labour winning’ – BBC News

May 17, 2017

… Conservatives criticised “the premise that nationalising the water market and energy grid don’t add to borrowing”, saying the result would inevitably be higher taxes or rising bills. “Jeremy Corbyn can’t deliver any of this,” a Tory spokesman said. “These are made up numbers, based on a shambolic manifesto with a 58bn black hole at its heart. While his figures are a fantasy, it is ordinary working families who will pay.” Labour, which has said it …

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1.2 million adolescents’ deaths mostly preventable, report says

May 16, 2017

(CNN)More than 1.2 million adolescents die every year around the world — an average of 3,000 deaths per day — from causes that are largely preventable, according to a new report from the World Health Organization. The leading cause of deathamong 10- to 19-year-olds globally in 2015 was road injury, which killed more than 115,000 people, followed by lower respiratory infections and self-harm. When separated by age, sex and region, however, the leading causes of death differed …

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A ‘second wave’ of ransomware could broaden global cyberattack

May 15, 2017

… that compromises of machines and networks that have already occurred may not yet have been detected, and that existing infections from the malware can spread within networks,” Britain’s National Cyber Security Center said in a statement on Sunday. “This means that as a new working week begins it is likely, in the U.K. and elsewhere, that further cases of ransomware may come to light, possibly at a significant scale,” officials warned. The cyber criminals, whose identities …

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A 22-year-old \

May 15, 2017

… others praised the 22-year-old researcher identified only as MalwareTech for killing the software, which reportedly blocked U.K. hospital schedules, patient files, and phone and email systems from access and rerouted emergency room patients. MalwareTech belongs to a large global community of cybersecurity buffs who, working independently or for security companies, constantly monitor for attacks and collaborate to stop them. It’s fairly common for members to use aliases for privacy or to …

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Ivanka Trump is not your friend

May 11, 2017

… dad’s decision to appoint opponents of both abortion and affordable, accessible birth control to top posts in the Department of Health and Human Services. “[S]hes not witless and she obviously knows that birth control plays an important role in working womens lives,” Collins wrote. “You think shed put in a word. No sign.” Just left an event honoring womens contribution to the jewelry industry. The positive response to my young brand was very validating Ivanka …

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Here’s why Somali-American children in one U.S. state are suffering from a measles outbreak

May 9, 2017

… parents that the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine causes autism in children. Doctors and state health professionals said they are working to contain the virus, which causes fever, watery eyes, and a red skin rash and can lead to hospitalization or death. But experts expect measles cases to continue rising in coming weeks, the Associated Press reported. SEE ALSO: Trump decries ‘tremendous increase’ in U.S. autism cases. But it’s not so simple. Health officials declared …

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General election 2017: NHS pay cap ‘must be lifted’ – BBC News

May 8, 2017

… recruitment and retention are making it harder for trusts to ensure patient safety,” he said. “Unsustainable staffing gaps are quickly opening up.” He said the seven years of pay restraint, combined with stressful working conditions, had taken a toll on the workforce. “Pay is becoming uncompetitive,” added Mr Hopson. “Significant numbers of trusts say lower paid staff are leaving to stack shelves in supermarkets rather than carry on working in the NHS.” …

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Here’s what you can do to fight global warming, beyond changing lightbulbs

May 8, 2017

… are actively guilty working to stop the system from changing. This is where collective action comes in. As 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben argues, the only thing powerful enough to take on the financial might and political power of the fossil fuel industry is the power of a social movement. This isnt just rhetoric: historical evidence suggests that it takes roughly 3.5 percent of the population to sustain a winning social movement. The single most important thing we can each do is to be part of …

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Donald Trump takes a not-half-bad stance on medical marijuana

May 7, 2017

… Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Agency from using federal funds to arrest people simply for working at a medical marijuana dispensary in a state where it’s legal. SEE ALSO: The U.S. government grows some seriously garbage weed for research Here’s Trump’s full statement on the amendment: Division B, section 537 provides that the Department of Justice may not use any funds to prevent implementation of medical marijuana laws by various States and territories. …

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