Cambridge Diet

23 Jul 19
Cambridge Diet

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23 Jul 19
Evolution of Medical profession-Extinction of good doctors

Height decreased by 8.5cm in men and 7.7cm in women when South Asians transitioned from hunting and gathering to farming around 9,000 years ago, but their lean mass (organ and muscle mass) has remained unchanged over the past 11,000 years, the study said.

Since changes in lean mass are unlikely over the next four to five generations, making lifestyle interventions are crucial to containing NCDs, which account for 60% of all deaths in India.

The study suggests that while height is determined by nutritional factors, physique (bone breadth and lean mass) reflects ecological pressures. “The decrease in height probably took place very quickly (over hundreds of years rather than thousands). After the initial drop in height with the adoption of farming, it then continued to decrease very slowly between about 5,000 years ago and today,” lead author Dr Emma Pomeroy, lecturer in the Evolution of Health, Diet and Disease, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, said in an email interview. “The ancient origins

23 Jul 19
Galileo's Revenge

Fynes Moryson (1566-1630) was a well-connected young gentleman from the East of England. In 1591 (as described in my earlier blog ‘Fynes Moryson’s Itinerary: A Rough Guide to Shakespeare’s Europe’) he left England to travel around Europe. For the next two and a half years he travelled through the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Prussia, Poland and […]

22 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Everyone loves food, but some of us really love food. TV, movies, and documentaries about it. Here are some of the best health and food documentaries on Netflix! Best health and food documentaries on Netflix: Best Netflix food documentaries 1. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Netflix Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown meets every prerequisite I have for […]

22 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

Well-wishes from his aunt and uncle! Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan sent a sweet message to Prince George on Monday,…

22 Jul 19
Closer Weekly
When Prince George turned 6 years old on Monday, July, 22, parents Prince William and Kate Middleton knew exactly what to get him. “He loves nature and building things,” a source recently revealed to Us Weekly. “[He] has asked for a pair of binoculars for birdwatching and an electric kids’ car, which many of his school friends have.” Not only that but little George will receive two birthday cards from siblings Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, before the day is over. According to the insider, Charlotte’s card will include an adorable drawing she made of her brother on the inside and when she gives him his gift, she will also provide him with another present her parents let her buy just for him. The best part of the day, however, will be the birthday party Kate and William planned for their son. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone all out to organize a birthday party for George,” another source recently revealed to Us, and said that Kate and Prince William have each done their fair share in planning the party. “[Kate] has done most of the organizing herself,” the insider admitted, but noted that Prince William was in charge of the entertainment and decided to hire a magician. “[He] loves magic,” William apparently gushed about George. And don’t worry about who’s cooking the food because Kate has that handled as well! According to the insider, she hired a bunch of caters to bring all of George’s favorite foods to Kensington Palace so her son and his schoolmates will have a blast. “Kate’s asked them to make pizza, pasta and sliders,” the insider said. “They wanted cupcakes, an ice cream machine and candy. She generally ensures that her kids stick to a healthy diet, but birthdays are different.” We know it’s a kids party but can we be invited next time?!
22 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

Birthday boy! Prince George turns 6 on Monday, July, 22, and the future king knows exactly which gifts he wants…

22 Jul 19
Us Weekly
Birthday boy! Prince George turns 6 on Monday, July, 22, and the future king knows exactly which gifts he wants to get. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-moms/pictures/kate-middleton-and-prince-william-meet-the-royal-baby-2013237/” title=”Prince George’s Baby Album: Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Firstborn Son” target=”” inset=”true”] “He loves nature and building things,” a source tells Us Weekly exclusively in this week’s issue. “[He] has asked for a pair of binoculars for birdwatching and an electric kids’ car, which many of his school friends have.” On top of that, the royal will receive homemade cards from his younger siblings — Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 15 months. The princess drew a picture of her older brother on her note, the insider adds, and Duchess Kate and Prince William let her pick out a present for him. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-moms/pictures/royal-family-meet-the-next-generation/” title=”The Royal Family: Get to Know the Next Generation” target=”” inset=”true”] Prince George, July 2018. George isn’t just going to celebrate his birthday with presents, but with a fun-filled party! “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone all out to organize a birthday party for George,” the source tells Us. While Kate, 37, “has done most of the organizing herself,” her husband, also 37, has pitched in as well. In fact, it was his idea to hire a magician for their son who “loves magic.” The Duchess of Cambridge has enlisted caterers to bring her boy’s favorite foods to the Kensington Palace party, which will be attended by the little one’s closest schoolmates. [jwplayer 8jxnfiRs-l3ahXupL] “Kate’s asked them to make pizza, pasta and sliders,” the insider reveals to Us. “They wanted cupcakes, an ice cream machine and candy. She generally ensures that her kids stick to a healthy diet, but birthdays are different.” [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/pictures/prince-georges-grumpiest-faces-w500440/” title=”Prince George’s Grumpiest Faces” target=”” inset=”true”] For more information on George’s birthday wishes, watch the video above and check out the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now! With reporting by Natalie Posner [podcast_block]
22 Jul 19
The Yellow Pine Times

July 21, 2019 The Yellow Pine Times – Valley County, Idaho Note: The boil water order and water restrictions are still in effect. July 22 – Daytime closures on So. Fk road begin July 25 – 8am – noon planned power outage ———————- Community Calendar: April 2 – Boil water order issued Every Sunday – […]

21 Jul 19
Cambridge Diet

I made a decision to start CWP. I had to be bikini ready in just 5 weeks! My close friend had very recently lost 3 stone on the plan and she inspired me!

21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Everyone wants to know what Queen Elizabeth II is doing at all times. Do we see it in all its public and political commitments, but it's its private life? What does matriarch like to do in her spare time? C & # 39; is a shroud of mystery around the Queen that makes it even […]

21 Jul 19
Productivity Hub

By 2025 there will be one million people living the UK with dementia and one person is diagnosed with the condition every three minutes.   By the time today’s 30- and 40- somethings reach the age when they may develop Alzheimher’s disease and dementia, (one in 20 people develop dementia under 65 but above that age […]

21 Jul 19
Twin Cities
When you’re trying to get to know your way around the constellations, you need all the help you can get. Asterisms can be wonderful tools to get the job done. Asterisms are large and obvious formations of stars that are very easy to find. They are not counted among the official constellations in the night sky, but they’re a heck of a lot easier to find because they’re all made up of bright stars and jump right out at you. They can be either part of a constellation or made up from several constellations. One example is the Big Dipper, now hanging by its handle in the northwestern sky. The dipper makes up the rear end and tail of the constellation Ursa Major, the Latin name for the Big Bear. Its stars are by far the brightest members of Ursa Major and can be seen even in light-polluted skies. (Courtesy of Mike Lynch) The Big Dipper is the first step to seeing the rest of the Big Bear. It also acts as a nice pointer to other constellations. For instance, if you extend — with your mind’s eye — the curve or arc of the Big Dipper’s handle beyond the end of it, you’ll run right into Arcturus, the brightest star in the high western summer evening sky. Arcturus is also the brightest star in the constellation Bootes the Hunting Farmer. The best asterism of summer is aptly named the Summer Triangle, and it’s one of the biggest asterisms in the sky. Face toward the evening eastern sky and look for the three brightest stars you can see. That’s it! Those three stars are at the corners of the Summer Triangle. Each of the stars is the brightest in its own constellation, so straight away you have a way of locating three different constellations. The brightest and highest star in the Summer Triangle is Vega. It’s the second brightest star in the summer evening sky and also a historic star. In the early 1980s it was discovered that Vega has a “dusty” ring around it, which was thought to be the start of a developing solar system. Vega with its planet system was featured in the 1997 movie “Contact” starring Jodie Foster. Vega is 26 light-years away from Earth. A light-year is defined as the distance light travels in a year’s time, and one light-year equals nearly 6 trillion miles. That means the light we see from Vega tonight left that luminary when Bill Clinton was our president in 1993. As bright as Vega is, it’s the brightest star in the puny little constellation Lyra the Lyre (pronounced liar, honestly!).  A lyre is a type of small harp. I’m not sure how the constellation is supposed to look like a harp. Vega and a small parallelogram of fainter stars to the lower right is all there is to Lyra. The next brightest star you see is Deneb, on the lower left corner of the Summer Triangle. Deneb is the brightest star in the constellation Cygnus the Swan. Within the swan is a small asterism called the Northern Cross, because it looks like a sideways cross with Deneb at the top of the cross. To see the swan, make Deneb the tail of the swan and the star Albireo, at the foot of the cross, the head of the big heavenly bird. Then extend both ends of the crosspiece of the cross to make a curved wingspan, and there you have Cygnus the Swan on the wing. Deneb may be the faintest of the Summer Triangle stars, but that’s only because it’s so far, far away, to the tune of 1,500 light-years! It’s actually a humongous star that could be over 175,000 million miles in diameter. Our own sun isn’t even a million miles in girth. The light we see from Deneb tonight left that star in 500 A.D., way before Twitter and Facebook. By the way, the star Albireo at the foot of the Northern Cross, or the head of the swan, is the best double star in the sky. Even with a small telescope, the seemingly mundane star is revealed as a gorgeous colorful pair about 400 light-years away. One star is a pale orange and the other is a very distinct blue. Don’t miss it! The star on the lower right-hand corner of the Summer Triangle is Altair, the brightest star in the constellation Aquila the headless eagle. Altair and four other stars make up a large vertical diamond that outlines the wingspan of the eagle. Of the Summer Triangle stars, Altair is the closest to us, at just a little over 16 light-years away. What’s really unusual about Altair is that it rotates once on its axis in only 10 hours. It takes our sun about a month to accomplish the same thing. Because of that, Altair is a lot wider at its equator than its poles. You can’t tell by looking at it, even with a large backyard telescope, but it looks like a star that needs to go on a diet! There you have it, the Summer Triangle. It covers a large chunk of the summer sky, and along with helping you find three constellations, you can also use it to easily find nearby constellations such as Hercules the Hero, Draco the Dragon, Delphinus the Dolphin, and many more.  Don’t go stargazing this time of year without it! CLASSES 9-11 p.m. Friday, July 26. Peterson Park in Cambridge, Minn. For more information, call 763-689-1800 or go to ci.cambridge.mn.us/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/279/265 [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
21 Jul 19
Status 451

(Foreword: No, I’m not dead! I’ve just been very busy. A lot of that has been cleaning, both of physical objects and of data. In doing so, I found this story which I never published. I release it here under Creative Commons NonCommercial ShareAlike.) “Herr McClellan.” The Dutchman grasped the knob of his walking stick […]