Month: January 2020

All the outrage that’s fit to print: from Jennifer Lawrence to yoga gasps | Arwa Mahdawi

Ive rounded up a few issues the internet got upset about this week to ensure you remain as woke as humanly possible Did you enjoy Black Panther? Have you derived great joy from the elation that the film has elicited? Did the wonder of Wakanda give you some small reprieve from the political hell that …

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Rufus Wainwright:’ I like sugar a lot; I can swig maple syrup from the bottle’

The singer on sleep, his sweet tooth, and home renovation in the Canadian mountains Sleep Sleeping well is why I’m able to tour as much as I do. Occasionally I get up in the night to jot down a lyric, or hum a melody into the phone to remember it. Each morning, I wake up, …

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Moov get into mindfulness with launch of’ Sanity& Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable maker best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coaches, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launching of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity& Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, Sanity& …

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Moov gets into mindfulness with launch of ‘Sanity & Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable maker best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coaches, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launch of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity & Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, …

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Soluble Fiber, Not Vitamin C, Protects Mice Against The Flu Virus

Many people drink orange juice for vitamin C when they feel a cold or flu coming on, but if work on rodents proves transferable, they might get more benefit from eating the rind. The discovery is something of a amaze because previous run led scientists to think that high-fiber diets might actually decrease immunity. Instead, …

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