Carillion: ‘Matter of days’ to stop collapse

Carillion: ‘Matter of days’ to stop collapse

Image copyright Carillion The future of troubled engineering company Carillion is being discussed at high-level government meetings this weekend, the BBC understands. The firm is a key government contractor for projects including the HS2 high-speed rail scheme, schools and prisons....
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How Deneuve’s #MeToo pushback triggered fierce debate, in France and beyond

How Deneuve’s #MeToo pushback triggered fierce debate, in France and beyond

Lactalis CEO says 83 countries affected by salmonella scandal Read more Chelsea Manning to run for US Senate in Maryland Read more How Deneuve’s #MeToo pushback triggered fierce debate Read more False missile alert rattles Hawaii Read more Tunisia president....
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5 Healthy and Satisfying Meals Nutritionists Love to Make at Home

5 Healthy and Satisfying Meals Nutritionists Love to Make at Home

Ever wonder what nutritionists eat when they’re craving an easy, healthy, yet super filling meal? We do. That’s why we asked our favorite food experts to reveal the meals they whip up when they’re pressed for time or stressed to the max, yet cra...
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10 Weightlifting Exercises for Toned Arms and Shoulders

10 Weightlifting Exercises for Toned Arms and Shoulders

Strengthen and tone your arms and shoulders with stunt woman and personal trainer Andrea Kinsky. Get the toned arms you’ve always wanted with this quick and straightforward workout from Andrea Kinsky, a certified personal trainer and professional stunt woman...
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Czech election: Zeman faces presidential run-off against Drahos

Czech election: Zeman faces presidential run-off against Drahos

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Milos Zeman remains popular in rural areas The Czech presidential election will go to a run-off after incumbent Milos Zeman led the first round but did not secure enough votes to win outright. With nearly all...
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War’s Other Victims: Animals

War’s Other Victims: Animals

Now researchers have published a quantitative study of war’s consequences for African animals — the first multi-decade, continentwide analysis. The findings, published in Nature, are both surprising and encouraging. Compared to all other measured factors, ...
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France’s playful baby panda makes 1st public appearance

France’s playful baby panda makes 1st public appearance

PARIS – France’s first baby panda has made his grand public entrance by acting like many five-month-olds — climbing all over his mother, who looked like she just wanted to rest instead. Mostly hidden from view since his birth in...
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How to cut your child’s sugar intake

How to cut your child’s sugar intake

A new campaign from Public Health England is urging parents to limit snacks for children to two a day, and 100 calories a piece.  The aim is to reduce kids’ sugar consumption – according to PHE data, children eat on...
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Push to End South Korea Abortion Ban Gains Strength, and Signatures

Push to End South Korea Abortion Ban Gains Strength, and Signatures

The activists are seeking to bring the law closer to the current reality. The ban on abortion is rarely enforced, and it is relatively easy for women to find willing doctors at clinics. According to a government estimate, based on...
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Cardiac-muscle patches improve recovery from heart attacks

Cardiac-muscle patches improve recovery from heart attacks

The three cell types were differentiated from cardiac-lineage, human induced pluripotent stem cells, or hiPSCs, rather than using hiPSCs created from skin cells or other cell types. (IE) Heart-muscle patches created from human cells may significantly improve r...
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Eating muesli in breakfast may help combat arthritis

Eating muesli in breakfast may help combat arthritis

These fatty acids can be found, for example, in the joint fluid and it is assumed that they have an important effect on the functionality of joints. (Reuters) Eating a fibre-rich breakfast consisting of muesli and enough fruit and vegetables...
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