Ford’s Electric Mustang, A Gadget-Stealing Hack, and More News

Thieves are scanning and Ford is planning, but first, a cartoon about subscription dreams. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here!   Today’s News How Ford created the Mach-E, its fully electric Mustang SUV Yes, you read that right: Ford made a fully electric … Mustang … SUV. It’s called the Mach-E, and will roll out next year. The SUV shares some of the distinguishing looks of a Mustang, and the GT model comes…

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Late evening eating may compromise women’s heart health

New research finds that eating more calories in the evening is associated with poorer cardiovascular health in women. Share on PinterestEating more of the day’s calories after 6 p.m. is linked with poorer heart health in a new study. Evidence is accumulating that meal times can impact cardiometabolic health. One recent study, for example, showed that eating meals earlier in the day can help people lose weight, while eating later in the day may promote weight gain and slow down metabolism. These studies also showed that later mealtimes raise inflammatory markers that are…

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Diet and lifestyle key for a good heart

CHENNAI : The heart is a vital organ as it pumps blood, and delivers oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body. Hence maintaining a good, healthy heart is important. Certain foods will increase cholesterol levels in the blood, increase blood pressure and this will have an impact on heart diseases. FOODS TO INCLUDESoluble fiber: Helps lower blood cholesterol levels, reduces risk of heart disease. Sources include fresh fruits and vegetables, beans and lentils.Tea: Contains catechins and flavonoids, which helps maintain healthy blood vessels. Green tea is rich in antioxidants. Dark…

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THE VERGE HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2019

As the end of 2019 approaches, it’s a good time to think back and reflect on the year that was and to think about the friends, family, and co-workers in our lives who we are grateful and thankful to have. While it can be difficult to find a way to express that sentiment with a gift — which is why they say it’s the thought that counts — you still want to make sure you give them something good and not, like, rock hard fruit cake. That’s why we convene the…

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Fashion landmark falls

Forever 21’s tag is sewed into the threads of millennial and gen-z fashion culture, and it has helped define trendy for the past decade. As a result, the brand fills many closets with $2 camisoles and $7 jeans. But the fast fashion giant, which many consumers assumed would be around forever, has filed for bankruptcy protection while it attempts to reorganize. A spokesperson said the company plans to close up to 200 U.S. stores in the process. At its peak in 2015, Forever 21 was operating 480 stores. But it…

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H&M’s CEO talks about a ‘terrible’ threat to the fashion industry

The growing trend of sustainable shopping is spurring change in the fashion world, and the head of fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz AB, or H&M, called the shift a “social” threat. H&M CEO Karl-Johan Persson, the third in his family to hold the helm of the fast-fashion company, told Bloomberg that he was concerned about protests that encourage consumers to “‘stop doing things, stop consuming, stop flying.’” “Yes, that may lead to a small environmental impact, but it will have terrible social consequences,” Persson said. Fashion has taken heat in recent years for…

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How Ag Innovation Supports The Global Food System

Consumers have a number of choices when it comes to what they eat. South American quinoa, Spanish olives, English cucumbers, French wines, North African couscous, California berries, Asian curries, and so much more. But we don’t often stop to think about how (or why) this is all possible. Our abundance of choice comes from a combination of factors — like climate, soil suitability, logistics, economics, modern agricultural practices, or digital technology — as well as the fact that parts of the world are simply better-suited to grow different crops. In…

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New education policy will be India-centric: HRD minister

HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said over two lakh suggestions have been received and they are being considered with utmost care. The new National Education Policy (NEP) will be the cornerstone for building a “new India”, Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said on Wednesday. He said suggestions are being taken from various stakeholders, including students, parents, teachers, NGOs and scientists, before finalising the policy.   The NEP covers elementary to college education and the first was promulgated in 1968 by the government of the then prime minister Indira Gandhi and the second by…

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Frankfurt School Weaponized US Education Against Civilization

Understanding that future generations are the key to building political power and lasting change, socialists and totalitarians of all varieties have gravitated toward government-controlled education since before the system was even founded. The communist so-called “Frankfurt School” was no exception in its affinity for “educating” the youth. Almost 100 years ago, a group of socialist and communist “thinkers” led by Marxist law professor Carl Grünberg established the Institute for Social Research (ISR) at Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany. From there, they would move to the United States. And from their new…

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Aardram to tackle lifestyle diseases

Thiruvananthapuram: As part of the Aardram initiative – which was launched with the aim of creating people-friendly health delivery system in the state – the Directorate of Health Services (DHS) is planning to launch a mass people’s campaign in the state this month. According to sources, the people campaigns of Mission Aardram would be launched by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on November 18.       The campaign aims at reaching out to the masses and prevent Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) or lifestyle disease among youngsters. An official of the National Health…

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