Answering the Lifestyle Question: How Do You Want To Live?

Every small business owner has to address this question: How do you want to live? For some, it’s enough to own your own jobs. But for others, freedom means passive income and creating something they can pass on to their children (without making the children pass out from overwhelm and exhaustion). And for another set of small business owners, the preferred lifestyle is working in a business that they love and having a reliable team that allows them to take one or two worry-free vacations a year.   The goals…

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Transfer news LATEST: LIVE Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool updates plus more from rest of Europe

OLIVER TODD: Bayer Leverkusen will listen offers for Javier Hernandez after the former Manchester United striker’s dip in form. Hernandez, 28, has not scored in over three months and has just 18 months left on his contract. That combination of circumstances means Bayer will consider bids for their star forward – with €25million (£21.4m) understood to be the figure they are looking for. Former Manchester United star Javier Hernandez could be heading out of Bayer Leverkusen 16:55 West Ham make £20m move for Celtic striker Moussa Dembele KIERAN GILL: West Ham…

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Hunter-gatherers in East Africa live active lifestyle that helps lower risk for heart disease

In a remote area of north-central Tanzania, men leave their huts on foot, armed with bows and poison-tipped arrows, to hunt for their next meal. Dinner could come in the form of a small bird, a towering giraffe or something in between. Meanwhile, women gather tubers, berries and other fruits. This is everyday life for the Hadza, an indigenous ethnic group living around Lake Eyasi in East Africa and one of the last hunter-gatherer populations on Earth. The Hadza live a very different kind of lifestyle — and a very…

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Top Trump Cabinet candidate claimed trans individuals ‘suffer from mental disorders,’ live a ‘freakish lifestyle’

One of President-elect Donald Trump’s top candidates to run the Department of Homeland Security made eyebrow-raising comments about transgender individuals on his radio show earlier this year. David Clarke, the sheriff of Milwaukee County in Wisconsin, is reportedly a contender to lead the DHS and met with Trump in New York on Monday. Throughout Trump’s presidential campaign, he has been one of Trump’s more controversial allies. On the June 25th episode of his podcast, “The People’s Sheriff,” Clarke claimed that transgender Americans have mental disorders and painted them as one of several groups who…

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Philips launches new UK Population Health Management tools at EHI Live 2016

Healthcare provision in the UK is under increasing pressure with many healthcare stakeholders now recognising the urgent need for a wider system transformation. To date, our health system has been one that manages ill health instead of actively promoting good health practices. Placing increasing pressure on our healthcare systems to sustain the quality, access and affordability of care as the growing UK population brings new health challenges. As a leader in healthcare innovations Philips is well positioned to deliver meaningful solutions that will bring improved access to quality care at…

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Live from New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week has begun, and it’s already pretty clear that this is going to be a much different creature than seasons past – starting with what season, exactly, the models are wearing. Traditionally these shows have been a showcase for spring/summer collections. But this year several designers and brands, including Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger and Opening Ceremony, are mixing it up. You’ll be seeing clothes and accessories available in retail stores for fall/winter ’16. Join Los Angeles Times journalists and our content partner WWD for the shows and…

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Live! ISIS planned for more operatives, targets during Paris attacks

18:19  WHO declares Sri Lanka malaria free: Sri Lanka was today declared malaria-free by the World Health Organisation which called it a “remarkable public health achievement”. WHO certified the tropical island nation of having eliminated malaria — a life-threatening disease caused by mosquito bites. “Sri Lanka’s achievement is truly remarkable. In the mid 20th century it was among the most malaria affected countries,” WHO Regional Director Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh said. Sri Lanka is the second country in the WHO South-East Asia Region to eliminate malaria after Maldives. The Regional Committee…

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