Saturday, November 27

Day: October 15, 2016

Could be killed if you drink 8 glasses of water every day
ENGLISH, Featured, Life Style

Could be killed if you drink 8 glasses of water every day

    A new study says that drinking too much activates a protective swallowing inhibition in the brain. And can cause people to suffer from water intoxication. Apparently, drinking excess liquid, especially when we're not thirsty, could even kill us. It's a common piece of advice – drink six to eight glasses of water, or fluid, every day. The suggestion has been around for some time and appears on the NHS website. But while drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated is important, experts are warning that consuming too much might actually been damaging to our health. The danger is down to sodium levels in the blood. Too much water can lead to hyponatremia, which is when vital levels of sodium in your bloodstream become abnormally low. Hyponatremia can lead to lethargy, nausea, ...
Russia is telling people to prepare for war
ENGLISH, Europe

Russia is telling people to prepare for war

    Russia and the United States at their highest since the Cold War, there have been alarming signs coming out of Moscow that suggest the country is ready for war. Almost no one believes the Kremlin is actually preparing for a military conflict with the United States. Most analysts instead see it as a show, intended to boost support at home and to deter Western countries from intervening militarily in Syria. Russian TV Warns of Nuclear War Amid US Tensions What Do Russians Think of Donald Trump? There are some unsettling things Russia has done, however, to give the impression that war is looming: Beware the ‘Nuclear Dimensions' As the confrontation between the United and Russia has worsened over Syria, and amid speculation Washington might launch airstrikes against Syrian gov...
Hundreds Syrian children resettling in Britain as refugee
ENGLISH, Europe

Hundreds Syrian children resettling in Britain as refugee

    The UK government has agreed to take in lone children with existing links to Britain. Hundreds of Syrian children from the refugee camp in Calais could be resettled in the UK in a matter of days as France prepares to demolish the so called Jungle. Aid agencies have been working with British and French officials to register all unaccompanied children who have links to the UK. The operation to register the children, and bring them safely to Britain, has become more urgent as the French government prepares to demolish the camp next week. The UK government has agreed to take in lone children with existing links to Britain and about 300 minors are expected to be brought into the country in the coming days. A Home Office spokesman said: “Work is continuing on both sides of the C...
A lack of understanding about the importance of the crisis in the NHS: Theresa May
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

A lack of understanding about the importance of the crisis in the NHS: Theresa May

    British PM Theresa May said the NHS should urgently focus on making efficiencies to fill the £22bn hole in its finances. System on brink of collapse but no new funding in autumn statement, despite leave campaigners £350m a week claim Theresa May is failing to understand the seriousness of the situation facing the NHS as winter approaches, the British Medical Association has said after it emerged the NHS would be promised no additional funding in the autumn statement. May dashed any hopes of a cash boost in next month’s economic announcement when she met Simon Stevens, the chief executive of NHS England, senior NHS sources have told the Guardian. Instead she told him that the NHS should urgently focus on making efficiencies to fill the £22bn hole in its finances, and not pu...
A old woman sells new plastic five pound note for £1699
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

A old woman sells new plastic five pound note for £1699

  A grandmother hopes to cash in on the new five pound note craze to pay for a dream Christmas for her family. Gail Meikle has put one of the plastic fivers up for sale online after spotting what she believes is a slight misprint in the banknote. The eBay auction ends at 10pm on Friday, and the 51-year-old catering worker has so far had one bid for the asking price of £1,699, the Liverpool Echo reported . Gail, from Bromborough Pool, Wirral, said she hoped it was a genuine buyer, and plans to put the money towards Christmas with her daughter Samantha, 25, and granddaughter Naomi, six. She said it would end 2016 on a high after being diagnosed with bowel cancer earlier this year. She said: “I didn’t expect to make any profit from one but a taxi driver was talking about how much they ...
Another two womens took allegations against Donald Trump
America, ENGLISH

Another two womens took allegations against Donald Trump

    Two new women accused GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump of sexual misconduct today, adding to a growing list of women who have come forward with similar stories. Summer Zervos, a candidate from Season 5 of The Apprentice,gave a press conference in which she said that Trump abused his role as a potential employer in an attempt to have sex with her in 2007. He grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again aggressively and placed his hand on my breast, Zervos said, with civil rights attorney Gloria Allred by her side. Summer Zervos, right, listens with her attorney Gloria Allred during a news conference in Los Angeles, Oct. 14, 2016. Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice" says Trump made unwanted sexual contact with her at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2007. Meanwhile...
Tower Hamlets Executive Mayor presented his plan to tackle the housing problem in his borough
ENGLISH, London

Tower Hamlets Executive Mayor presented his plan to tackle the housing problem in his borough

    Tower Hamlets needs a lot more homes. Its population is growing faster than anywhere else in the land, with newcomers and newborns bumping the numbers up by about 11,000 every year. it’s almost doubled in the past 30 to a good 290,000. Executive Mayor John Biggs been particularly busy with housing policy, as he was keen to demonstrate to an audience of fellow politicians, housing professionals and the odd stray journalist in an East End community centre on Monday. There are around 20,000 people on the council’s waiting list and a lot in overcrowded conditions. But the issue isn’t limited to volume. Housing isn’t about big numbers, it’s about people, Biggs said. It was next to the once notorious but now award-winning Ocean estate in Stepney, whose total rebuilding is approa...