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19 Jun 19
3d Model of House

What You need to know he typical customer may notun derstand that 3D printing in automotive applications is becoming a massive force. It’smuch moremost likely that most customers have only been exposed to small-scale plastic 3D printers at the mall, higher schools and colleges, or perhaps their nearby public library. When in reality, the implications […]

19 Jun 19
Hollywood Life

Supermodel Paulina Porzikova swears she’s never had any plastic surgery & at 54, she looks amazing. Her doctor, Dr. Yael Halaas, reveals how Paulina stays youthful without going under the knife!

19 Jun 19
News365.co.za

Plant Room Operator urgently needed: Salary R8 000 to R10 000 per month Pretoria, Gauteng Permanent R8 000 – R10 000 a month 19 Jun ’19 Plant Room Operator Apply Technical, Gauteng Pretoria East R 8000 – R 10000 Refrigeration Plant Operation and Maintenance – FMCG: Cullinan Pretoria Refrigeration Plant operation and Maintenance. Planned Maintenance: […]

19 Jun 19
Lonely Girl Blog

Twitter informs me that it’s Loneliness Awareness Week, so I thought this would be a good reason to push myself to write again. Writing is therapeutic for me and helps me feel better, but usually when I am down I don’t feel like writing about it. Time to stop avoiding for a little while. I […]

19 Jun 19
News365.co.za

Millwright urgently wanted: APPLY HERE Pretoria, Gauteng Permanent R10 000 – R15 000 a month 19 Jun ’19 Millwright Apply Technical, Gauteng Pretoria East R 10000 – R 15000 Millwright – FMCG: Cullinan Planned Maintenance: Carry out preventive and corrective maintenance work. Ensure Job cards issued are completed. Effective turnaround time of Corrective and Preventiv […]

19 Jun 19
The Life sharonvan28 Blog 532

To provide you with the best experience, RIN Grand Hotel uses its own and third-party cookies on its website for technical, analytical and marketing purposes. About: E2E Qatar is a Doha based (Doha, Qatar) relocation company offering services in Residential and Commercial relocation, packing and moving, freight moving, car shipping and warehouse and storage… with […]

19 Jun 19
The Chestnut Post

JANESVILLE, Wis., June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Phoenix, LLC, a Madison, WI nuclear technology company, and SHINE Medical Technologies, a Janesville, WI medical isotope production company, today announced completion of a 132-hour test of the high-flux Phoenix neutron generator that will drive SHINE’s medical isotope production system. This is a vital milestone in proving out the […]

19 Jun 19
Nourish

Q. We had a recent enquiry online from a customer “What are the advantages of taking Probiotics?” What advice would you give? Probiotic supplements contain a variety of good bacteria, which we also call a microbiome. They are naturally present in our body at high quantities and multiple strains. They are mainly within our digestive […]

19 Jun 19

By Joyce Phillips Over the years, the vagina of all women experience wear and tear. Therefore, its functionality reduces. The main factors that can make the functionality of the vagina to decrease include aging and childbirth. This is because the vaginal muscle tone is lost. Once this happens, problems like urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, and […]

19 Jun 19
News365.co.za

Millwright wanted immediately: APPLY HERE Epping, Western Cape Your Responsibilities: Job Purpose: o To maintain equipment to be compliant to Engineering standards, Quality standards and all EHS standards that pertains to the safe operation of equipment. o To maintain machinery and plant regularly to ensure maximum production. This includes shift work o To prioritise and […]

19 Jun 19
Metro
Camila refuses to bow to pressure on the ‘gram (Picture: Getty Images) Camila Cabello believes taking social media breaks to ‘protect’ herself is more important than constantly posting photos on the ‘gram, and it’s possibly one of the most refreshing outlooks on the internet we’ve heard in a while. The Havana singer boasts a staggering 33.2 million Instagram followers and a further 8.36 million on her Twitter account, so there are certainly a lot of eyes watching her every move. But Camila refuses to bow to the pressure of impressing her ample social media followers and makes sure to take regular breaks so she can focus on the important things in life like her career. Sharing her refreshing outlook on social media, the former Fifth Harmony singer told The Hollywood Reporter: ‘I go through phases in my life – there are times where I feel like protecting myself and focusing on myself and being present in whatever is happening around me is more important.’ She added: ‘To me, the art is what’s sacred and that’s what is most important. If that means I need to take a little break or a little distance, then I’ll do it.’ Even with her busy schedule releasing music and touring, Camila revealed she is just like the rest of us and loves a good binge watch during her downtime. The popstar added: ‘In life, sometimes there is a need for space and there is a need to become a hermit crab and listen to [Oprah Winfrey’s] Super Soul Sunday podcast.’ View this post on Instagram A post shared by camila (@camila_cabello) on May 20, 2019 at 5:59pm PDT Same sista, same. After a phenomenal 2018 which saw her earn a number one on the US Billboard 200 chart with her self-titled debut album, Camila’s been a little quiet on the music front so far this year. [metro-tag-post-strip] But fans will be hearing a lot more of the singer as she’s confirmed to feature on Ed Sheeran’s forthcoming collaborations project, No. 6. The pair have teamed up on the track South of the Border, which also features Cardi B and franky, we’re already predicting it’ll be the song of the summer. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/19/ed-sheerans-new-collaborations-album-features-eminem-cardi-b-camila-cabello-every-one-ever-10010901/” title=”Ed Sheeran’s new collaborations album features Eminem, Cardi B, Camila Cabello and everyone, ever”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/02/11/camila-cabello-red-carpet-dream-pink-glitter-opening-grammys-8518160/” title=”Camila Cabello is a red carpet dream in pink glitter before opening the Grammys”]
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
BUSY office workers are managing to squeeze in a meagre 16 minutes a day for lunch, a study has found. Researchers found despite having a full hour to enjoy a much-deserved break, many take a quarter of this period to eat, and nearly half will typically dine ‘al-desko’ at precisely 12.43pm. British office workers spend just 16 minutes a day for lunch, a study has revealed One in 10 admitted eating the same meal for lunch every day, with the most popular reoccurring choices being a plain cheese sandwich or a meaty ham sandwich. And after using their desk as a lap tray, just 15 per cent will go for a walk every day, stretching their legs for just 16 minutes at a time. The research was commissioned by Quorn, who are encouraging the UK to change their ways with the launch of nine new products, which can be eaten “on the go” as healthy lunch options that are also healthy for the planet. Jennifer Shepherd of Quorn said: “There are much better ways to eat lunch, than the same cheese or ham sarnie at your desk every lunch time. “A third of lunchers are looking for more variety and 40% said they are looking for no compromise healthy meat-free options.” The study also found the average office worker has just two meat-free work lunches a week, with a fifth never going without meat. And 38 per cent were unaware that simply reducing their intake of meat could have a positive impact on the planet. It comes as no surprise hard-working adults would like to give themselves an additional 15 minutes downtime to enjoy their lunch break as three quarters will work and eat at the same time. ‘AL-DESKO’ DINING Three quarters agreed taking a break from their desk and getting outside will make them feel better, yet many are getting stuck in a rut. A third of office workers admitted they are too busy to get the much-needed break they deserve, and a quarter said they spend most of their lunch getting their personal errands and admin out of the way. Overall one in eight don’t get as much time to enjoy their break because they spend most of the time buying or prepping their lunch. It also emerged, 47 per cent are bored of what they have for lunch, with more than a third craving more variety in the options available to them. The study, conducted via OnePoll, also found a fifth would like a more environmentally friendly lunch and an equal percentage desire more meat-free options which are healthy and ready to eat. Jennifer Shepherd added: “Awareness about the environmental impact of our food choices is at record levels and with the majority (52 per cent) of the UK now meat reducing, more people than ever are looking for ways to meat-reduce. “Our food cupboard range now enables you to meat reduce on the go, so you can pack a whole lot more into lunchtimes.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] * To celebrate the launch and to help consumers to eat healthy protein sources, Quorn is giving away the ultimate meat free lunch on the go, via a new Wonder Grains Store this World Meat Free Week (17-23 June) while stocks last. Meat reducers in London and Manchester can order Wonder Grains that are delivered via bicycles, to their laps whether dining al-desko or alfresco in city parks. The Quorn Wonder Grains Store collaboration with Deliveroo to celebrate World Meat Free Week, will be live on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th June. Nearly half of officer workers eat their lunch at their desks One in ten office workers said they had the same lunch every day We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Jun 19
The Chestnut Post

AUSTIN, Texas, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Zenoss Inc., a leader in intelligent application and service monitoring, today announced a strategic expansion in the Middle East through a key partnership with VAD Technologies, an established value-added distributor headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. “The Middle East is a rapidly growing market for us,” said Brian Wilson, […]