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Day: January 14, 2017

10 foods that fight fatigue
ENGLISH, Life Style

10 foods that fight fatigue

    Put down that energy drink with the outrageous name. Even if you’re dead tired, you’ll be better off grabbing a healthy snack than downing some noxious chemical cocktail. We put so much emphasis on caffeinated drinks, but those just spike up your energy before slowing you down, says Jim White, R.D., owner of Jim White Fitness in Virginia. Get rid of this idea of a quick fix. Instead, White recommends eating frequent meals (skipping one can cause your blood sugar to rise and then tank), and putting some strategy behind the foods you pair. For example, whole grains consumed with protein can help prolong an energy high. (With that, watch your sugar intake. Sweets, pastries, or even granola bars boost energy, but that energy quickly plummets.) Read on to discover 10 healthy fo...
Corbyn Vows To Take Care Homes Into Public Ownership: Warns of Danger Zone NHS
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Corbyn Vows To Take Care Homes Into Public Ownership: Warns of Danger Zone NHS

    The NHS is in the danger zone under the Tories and Labour would nationalising failing care homes to protect their elderly patients, Jeremy Corbyn will say. Corbyn will deny he speaks about the health service because it is a comfort zone for the party, as it wallows in the polls behind the Tories, and say he would provide a long-term funding solution to bring the NHS out of crisis. He will also pledge that a Labour government would consider taking failing care homes into public ownership, saying it was an “outrage” that a fifth of homes lacked the staff to properly look after residents. In a speech in London to the Fabian Society on Saturday, the Labour leader will say: Week after week at Prime Minister’s Questions, I’ve been challenging Theresa May over the crisis in the N...
Theresa May frustrated with doctors failure to extend opening hours
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Theresa May frustrated with doctors failure to extend opening hours

    Theresa May has expressed frustration at the failure of more GP surgeries to offer extended opening hours amid intensifying pressure on NHS hospital services. The Prime Minister made clear her determination to press ahead with plans for surgeries in England to open 8am to 8pm seven days a week unless they can prove the demand is not there from patients. There is increasing exasperation among ministers that lack of GP appointments is driving patients to seek treatment in hard-pressed hospital accident and emergency departments. The director of acute care for NHS England Professor Keith Willett has recently estimated that 30% of the patients attending A&E would be better cared for elsewhere in the system. Meanwhile the latest official figures showed more than four in 10 ...
Trump suggests he may drop Russia sanctions
America, ENGLISH

Trump suggests he may drop Russia sanctions

    Donald Trump has suggested he might drop sanctions against Russia and that the communist party rulers in Beijing needed to show good faith on currency and trade practices before he committed to a One China policy on Taiwan. In fresh signs that the US president-elect is prepared to reshape longstanding Washington foreign policy, he told the Wall Street Journal that he would keep sanctions against Russia in place “at least for a period of time”. But he added: If you get along and if Russia is really helping us, why would anybody have sanctions if somebody’s doing some really great things? Trump’s policy towards Russia is the subject of intense interest in Washington amid a Senate inquiry into allegations that the Kremlin ordered a hacking operation against the Democratic par...
Nadiya Hussain spills the details on plans for second wedding
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Nadiya Hussain spills the details on plans for second wedding

    It's been 12 years since Nadiya Hussain married her husband Abdal, and during an appearance on Thursday's edition on This Morning, the former Great British Bake Offwinner has revealed her plans for a second marriage. Speaking with hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about her new novel, she teased: We are on our twelfth year...so you never know, I might trade him in! The 32-year-old, who had an arrange marriage with Abdal when she was 19 years old, opened up about the early stages of their relationship: We spoke to each other for six months, but we never actually met until the day we got engaged. And the second day I saw him was the day I got married! I went on looks. She added: He was lovely and it worked. I'm lucky, because it doesn't always work, but I was real...