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Do you know about the latest weight loss trend 'Bulletproof coffee'? 7 things to know - IBTimes India

Apart from commoners going crazy over this new trend, David Beckham and Ed Sheeran are also fans of Bulletproof coffee.<p>A new beverage called …

The NHS is going to trial a gig economy app for nurses

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plans to introduce an NHS app to manage staffing have been criticised by the GMB union, which claims the government is …

Jeremy Hunt

Tip: Soft Tissue Techniques For The Calves

If you have squat-wrecking ankle mobility issues that are soft tissue related, try this.<p>Since there are multiple muscles in the lower leg, which …

Jeremy Hunt promises to fund 5,000 more nurses in next three years

"Our NHS is nothing without its nurses," the Health Secretary said at the Tory conference, as he also sought to reassure EU staff.<p>The Government will …

The Queen is so frugal it would appal Henry VIII, historian says

With a two-bar electric fire in the Balmoral library and cornflakes in Tupperware containers, the Queen has a thrifty approach to running a royal palace.<p>But while her frugality is admirable by modern standards, her Tudor forebears would have been dismayed by the lack of pomp, according to the …

Psoas… release me, let me go!

<b>OK, I’ve relented and decided to write about a topic that was one of the first big online debates I had that soon turned into a heated argument</b> …

I beg your pardon? The origins of odd British sayings

<b>If you’ve ever found yourself in a foreign country trying to explain the British expression “a few sandwiches short of a picnic”, this list is for you, says Hazel Davis</b><p>1. Sweet Fanny Adams<p>Sadly, the meaning of this is very easy to pinpoint and refers to eight-year-old Fanny Adams, who was killed …

Nostalgia for Mao 50 years after China's Cultural Revolution

LUOYANG, CHINA — Fifty years after Mao Zedong unleashed the decade-long Cultural Revolution to reassert his authority and revive his radical …

A London receptionist refused to wear heels and was dismissed from her job. Now she’s petitioning Parliament.

When Nicola Thorp showed up at PwC, a finance company in London, late last year, she was wearing flats — what she thought were smart, sensible shoes for her first day on the job as a receptionist.<p>But the 27-year-old temp worker was told by PwC that she would have to put on something a little …

You won't part me from my high heels – if this is millennial feminism, I'm joining the patriarchy

The latest weary-making feminist outcry over women being requested to wear high-heels in public-facing jobs is further evidence to me that in modern …

Foot Soldiers

When Dr. Emily Splichal was growing up in rural North Dakota, footwear loomed small. Then, when she was a senior in high school, she made a trip to New York City to visit an older sister. “Everyone was wearing jeans and heels,” Splichal recalled recently. “That is unheard of in North Dakota. In …

High Maintenance

This spring, I donated to Dress for Success a box of high heels that I—over decades—almost bankrupted myself for: four-inch sandals with leafy vines that twine up your leg, five-inch leopard pumps I could lurch about five feet in. The money I spent on them might have freed me to retire by now.<p>And …

Nurofen cops huge fine over dodgy pills

NUROFEN has been slapped with a $1.7 million penalty for duping consumers into believing painkillers could target specific areas.

Painkillers