Life Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. China's largest production base for industrial drones under constructionRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | People's Daily Online

    China Eagle, a Beijing-based unmanned aerial vehicles developer, will build the country's largest production base for industrial drones. The production base in Jingjiang economic and technological development zone in east China's Jiangsu Province is expected to produce its first UAV in May. Drones for industrial use have huge prospects in the civilian market.

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  2. Examining labels a must when it comes to wineRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

    Vine Lines columnist Diane Nelson encourages Westman residents to read the labels on wine bottles after she failed to pay attention when purchasing a bottle of the Alamos Malbec from Argentina at the downtown Liquor Mart. She discovered the bottle said Cabernet Sauvignon.

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  3. Thyme and Yukon Gold potato gratinRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    And I plan to come up with more such recipes to firmly stand by because I am committed to reminding all of us why gratins are one of the best things that could ever happen to a potato, ever. This is a rich gratin, made with all cream, no milk or even half and half.

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  4. Slow-cooker barbacoa beef tacosRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Barbacoa beef, or pork or lamb or goat, is by definition slowly cooked meat. The word is Mexican, and originally referred to a cooking method by which parts of an animal were wrapped in leaves, and steamed and smoked simultaneously over fire.

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  5. Gym franchise more than exerciseRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Jessie Riley takes a kick at a practice dummy as Michelle Ruggles watches at 30 Minute Hit, a women's only gym in Cole Harbour. Ruggles is a co-owner of the gym.

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  6. The Holy Birds restaurant review: Poultry takes wingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The First Post

    There's more to life than chicken at London's latest attempt to revive the swinging spirit of the 1960s As the crow flies, the Holy Birds is halfway from the City of London to Shoreditch, a mere flap of the wing from Spitalfields. Philosophically, too, it comes home to roost somewhere in between the natural habitat of the banker and the hipster.

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  7. The breitbartification of CPACRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Salon

    Breitbart has passed away, but the revolution he started is at its peak: the media company is everywhere at CPAC "My biggest fear is that later this week I will be among the legions at CPAC rearranging the furniture," wrote Andrew Breitbart just days before the first Conservative Political Action Conference of President Barack Obama's administration. "Instead, the conservative movement needs to think in revolutionary terms."

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  8. JAILED: Man who bought knife on Christmas Eve to 'harm himself'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

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  9. Celebrating Penpan Sittitrai, Thailand' master of fruit carvingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Nation

    In the skilled hands of Penpan Sittitrai, a watermelon was far more than a refreshing treat on a summer day: it was art. In recognition of Penpan's contributions to Thailand's visual arts, today's Doodle draws inspiration from her many books, including "The Art of Thai Vegetable and Fruit Carving".

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  10. Family Mart rushing co-operative with AP to penetrate the Condominium marketRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Nation

    Family Mart, in cooperation with AP , Friday announced a launch of new convenience store branch at Aspire Sathorn Thapra project, which locates close to BTS Talat Phlu Station. The store will offer many new product lines, such as fresh vegetables, fruits and ready-to-eat products, to cater the needs of urban lifestyle which be equivalent to supermarket.

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  11. Brother announces 3-year strategiesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Nation

    Brother has announced three years strategy with the concept "Transform for the Future" focuses on sustainable development, business to business market and human resources. Tomoyuki Fujimoto, managing director of Brother Commercial said that the three years direction strategy during 2016- 2018 will be directed under the new strategy compass 'Transform for the Future', the all-new reform is afoot to increase competitiveness and stability for the future as well as skills of personnel.

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  12. Zachary Quinto slams Trump over transgender students at Oscar Wilde AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal

    ... car Wilde honouree Carrie Fisher. "As Stephen Fry said here two years ago when we honoured Carrie, she had a genius for life and friendship. I can attest to that fact and we'll miss her dearly."

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  13. Experts make the case for European vitamin D fortification strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NutraIngredients

    The benefits of adding vitamin D to food and drink outweigh the challenges of fortification, according to a leading clinical professor and nutrition experts. Support for fortifying milk, four and oil with vitamin D in European countries appears to be growing, and comes as two recently published reports highlight the benefits of a higher intake of vitamin D. A report from Frost & Sullivan published this week found that higher intakes of vitamin D and calcium for the over 55 demographic could save a 19.8bn in healthcare costs over five years.

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  14. Equol-ibrium shifts: Gut bacteria's abilty to process soy linked to heart protectionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NutraIngredients

    Studies estimate that East Asian countries have more than double the proportion of people able to produce equol than Western countries. A iStock/fotokostic Soy could provide protection against heart disease, says a US-Japanese collaboration that links the food and associated metabolites with gut bacteria activity and heart risk factors.

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  15. A minute with Christiana Koulouma Pole dancerRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Millbury

    Where do you live? I live in Athens, alone Best childhood memory? The day I decided to take my first water ski class and so I did and I was really good at it. I may have been around 7 years old.

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  16. Wilde night for Irish stars at pre-Oscars bashRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | RTE.ie

    ... Wilde honouree Carrie Fisher. "As Stephen Fry said here two years ago when we honoured Carrie, she had a genius for life and friendship. I can attest to that fact and we'll miss her dearly." Previous Oscar Wilde Award recipients include actors ...

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  17. Right about now..Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Left Coast Sports Babe

    ... they are getting rid of nutrition requirements for school lunches. Yeah, because 7 year olds need to make smart life choices. Kellyanne Conway is back, slamming feminists. ("Anti-male, pro-abortion.") And saying "this whole sisterhood, this whole ...

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  18. Penn State Love Stories: A Chance Meeting Through No Refund TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Onward State

    ... next October on Friday the 13th, as any horror fans would do, of course!" Zanca said. Claire Fountas is the student life editor for Onward State, as well as a sophomore pursuing a double major in journalism and psychology. She lives in a suburb of ...

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  19. Ultra-processed food a huge risk to nutrition in AsiaRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    ... sugar-sweetened beverages and a subsidy on fruits and vegetables would avert almost half a million disability-adjusted life years in Australia, at a net cost-saving of AU$3.4 billion to the health sector. Professor Friel said governments must ...

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  20. Koenji's alehouses and brewpubs put the craft back in beerRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    Often touted as Tokyo's apex of cool, Koenji is a maze of narrow mixed-use streets, where the city's trendsetters, en route to hip cafes, cross paths with pensioners browsing cheap vegetables and various knickknacks. Koenji is a neighborhood that seemingly has it all, or at least something for everyone.

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