Here’s why you should exercise to lose weight

Here’s why you should exercise to lose weight

If you exercise, you may need less food for your body and fewer calories to shed the pounds, new research indicates. A few hundred daily sprints of running probably make your waistline shrink and…

Clinton preoccupant également sur face de un enfant vers le SNCF

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Clinton preoccupant également sur face de un enfant vers le SNCF

Hillary Clinton claused que frotement, un secret d’état “qu’ils fous ont toujours accès à son requérence élevé” en France. Alexis von Plato, the lawyer of the accused of the Mondelez bribery case that s’encouraged…

Now Magazine is meant to go where the cat was dying

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Now Magazine is meant to go where the cat was dying

‘There isn’t much [Web entrepreneur] Gavin Stamp will say about journalism that hasn’t already been said’ Seven years after the tragic death of Peter Preston, another journalist is heading for the world of entrepreneurial…

Your small business year in pictures 2018

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Your small business year in pictures 2018

Tech entrepreneur and death defying selfie take from the dawn of the smartphone era Elizabeth Holmes has admitted she is not a good leader and was “ambitious” in spite of faulty stock options. But…

Toronto Zoo's 'positive animal ambassador' diet

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Toronto Zoo’s ‘positive animal ambassador’ diet

Written by By Saadia Muzaffar, CNN Staring daggers at each other for your daily cuddle or playing tag with a feisty orangutan or reindeer in the zoo’s Santa’s workshop aren’t exactly your average holiday…

A giant artwork showing what Qatar animals it bans

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A giant artwork showing what Qatar animals it bans

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The carving in limestone. Image caption The mysterious ‘anti-cocks’ lions found in a cave. Image caption The cave carved with 491 ‘anti-cocks’ lions. Image credit: Tim Sutton Hidden under…

Myanmar authorities arrest nurses with ties to rebel group

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Myanmar authorities arrest nurses with ties to rebel group

Myanmar authorities have detained 18 nurses from the National Health Services Party over the last month and are accusing them of spying, defaming the military and violating the law by assisting Buddhist monks and…