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Bombardier still confident demand for new business jets will take off

Bombardier Inc. is anticipating a bounce back in orders for new business jets after a weak first half of the year as a pickup in demand in the United States and elsewhere offsets softness in emerging markets.<p>"[There are] lots of good conversations with customers, good activity," David Coleal, …

Top 7 Best Supplements for Muscle Gain

Is growing muscle on your agenda? Check out the best supplements for muscle gain to accelerate your growth.<p>If you’re looking to build muscle, then …

How the U.S. could cure drug-price insanity

Back in the 1970s, my older brother and I would sometimes detour on our way home from school to our favorite used-comic-book store. An overflowing …

Anti-vaxxers just were handed their biggest platform ever

Tapper asked candidate Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, if he would say anything to the front-running Donald Trump, who has repeatedly linked vaccines to autism.<p>Carson skirted the issue.<p>"Vaccines are very important — certain ones, the ones that would prevent death or crippling," Carson said.<p>But …

Public Health

11 Things I Learned from 20 Years of Lifting

Here are some surprising training do’s and don’ts from a leading exercise physiologist and strength coach<p><i>This story was originally published on</i> DeanSomerset.com<i>, the website of</i> <i>Dean Somerset, a personal trainer and exercise physiologist from Edmonton, Alberta Canada. His clientele ranges from joint</i> …

10 of the most ridiculous abs exercises ever from 8-pack monster Ulisses

Bored of doing the same old sit-ups down at the gym?<p>Slugging your guts out doing crunches in a desperate effort to get anything that vaguely …

Meet the evil twin of 'quantitative easing'

Unfortunately no one in the mainstream is too sure what the last chapter was about, and fewer still have any clue as to what the next chapter will bring.<p>There is some agreement however, that the age of ever easing monetary policy in the U.S. will be ending at the same time that the Chinese economy …

Economics

Why one naturopath quit after watching her peers treat cancer patients

You don't often hear about people transitioning from alternative healing to science-based medicine or vice versa. That's what makes someone like Dr. Oz — a highly credentialed surgeon who also believes in "energy healing" — so interesting. It's also why, when I stumbled across Britt Hermes's blog — …

The Man Boob Elimination Workout

<b>Bench Press</b>The most popular and basic weight room exercise has gotten a bad rap in recent years. It’s seen as a beach-body lift, not part of a …

Workouts

The biggest study of its kind says supplements don't stop cognitive decline — but here's what might help

The number of people around the world living with dementia — mostly due to Alzheimer's disease — has skyrocketed to 46.8 million in recent years, according to a new report by Alzheimer's Disease International. By 2050, the report predicts there will be 131.5 million people living with cognitive …

Alzheimer's Disease

Asian shares seesaw as China rate cut fails to spark rally

TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks were mixed Wednesday after China's decision to cut its key interest rate failed to spark a sustained rally on Wall Street, …

Stock Markets

Chinese stocks sink again, the carbon credit con and the key to weight loss | Financial Times

Chinese stocks continued to plunge on Tuesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite falling as much as 6.4 per cent at the open before paring its …

Here's what Goldman Sachs told its big-money clients about the stock market mayhem

The early minutes of trading on Monday saw markets in a panic, with numerous seemingly high-quality stocks down 20% and the Dow down 1,000 points. All told, the it was chaotic, and stocks finished the day down 3%. And this coming after stocks lost 3% on Friday.<p>A number of explanations were thrown …

The Brain-Gut Axis, Part 1 – A Paradigm Shift In Neuroscience

Traditional Eastern medicine has long acknowledged the importance of the gut. But evidence-based medicine, colloquially called Western medicine …

Digestion

A guide to the free fitness app sports scientists just called the best

There's only one app on the list that I'm still using, and it's a free fitness app called Sworkit Lite (there's a paid version too).<p>It may seem like picking one fitness app to recommend out of the more than 100,000 health-related apps is an arbitrary decision, but it turns out my personal …

Sworkit

14 Signs Of People Who Advance Rapidly In Their Careers

Learn how to climb the ladder of success by working smart and strategically using these 14 skills of people who advance rapidly in their careers.

Financial planners share the smartest decisions they've seen clients make with their money

Financial planners see it all.<p>Not only do they get an inside look into their clients' spending, saving, earnings, and investments, but they can see past the numbers to the people behind them: their clients' ambitions, fears, priorities ... and decisions.<p>Below, six certified financial planners …

Personal Finance

Iceland's landscape captured in all its extreme natural beauty, in pictures - Telegraph

National Parks

9 Money Habits to Master Before Your 30's

<i>By Cameron Huddleston, Columnist</i><p>You know how the saying goes: Bad habits are hard to break. But sometimes it's even harder to create good habits -- especially good money habits.<p>Roughly one in three millennials surveyed by Bank of America and USA Today <i></i>said their parents did not teach them good …

7 Interview Questions to Help You Assess Emotional Intelligence

Determining who you hire for a job plays a big part in forming your company’s culture and ensuring its future success. Selecting informative …

Actively managed ETFs catching on quickly in Canada

Investors who once considered ETFs to be a black-and-white proposition are discovering that these popular investment vehicles are now available in many shades of grey.<p>There aren't 50 shades yet, and for all their attractiveness, no one would call exchange-traded funds sexy. Yet the newer breed is a …

Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Aging | Research Institute for Aging

The <b>Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Aging</b> is home to the RIA office and is located on University of Waterloo’s north campus. The Centre is a …

Cycling to Extremes: Cardiac issues a concern for endurance athletes

<i>Editor's note: This article originally appeared at VeloNews.com</i><p>The sun was bright on the upturned red rock Flatirons above Boulder, Colorado. It was …

Fraser Valley

Tesla's tanking — Here's what 8 Wall Street analysts are saying about the stock

Tesla's quarterly loss was less than expected while revenue expectations, but the company cut its outlook for vehicle deliveries.<p>The stock fell 8.9% on Thursday.<p>The electric car maker now expects to ship between 50,000 and 55,000 cars this year, which suggests the ultimate number will be lower than …

Why This Is The Hardest Of Times To Be A Physician In America

<i>Last week, Dr. Pearl kicked off a three-part series on the physician experience. His first installment revealed Why This Is The Best Of Times To Be A Physician In America.</i><p>With apologies to Charles Dickens, just as now is the best of times to practice medicine, it is also the worst of times to do so.<p>…

Health Care

Scientists say you're still getting smarter in one key area during your 30s

Your ability to process new information peaks around age 18 and then declines rapidly. Your working memory is strongest in your mid-20s.<p>And yet in other ways, you're getting progressively smarter throughout early and mid-adulthood.<p>Recent research suggests that social intelligence, which encompasses …

Psychology

It is getting ugly in Canada

"Now is not the time for the kind of risky economic schemes that are doing so much damage elsewhere in the world," he said. "It is time to stay the course and stick to our plan."<p>Stay <i>what</i> course, exactly? Because Canada is likely in the middle of at least a "technical recession."<p>At first, there was …

Canadian Real Estate