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The All-New Pushup Circuit That Builds Strong, Massive Shoulders

A great set can make your waist look slimmer, your arms look bigger, and your back look broader. Here's the circuit that will help you build bolder shoulders<p>When it comes to shoulders, the bolder, the better. One of the best ways to build a massive set: Pushups. But we're not talking about pounding …

Exposure Basics: How to Choose ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed Settings

If you’re trying to break free from the auto settings on your camera and make an entry into the world of manual, it’s necessary to understand ISO, …

Why almost everything you've been told about unhealthy foods is wrong

Nutrition,Food & drink,Nutrition,Health & wellbeing,Life and style,Health,Food & drink industry,Business,Food safety,World news,Diets and dieting,Science,Obesity,Society<p>Eggs and red meat have both been on the nutritional hit list – but after a major study last week dismissed a link between fats and …

8 pronunciation errors that made the English language what it is today

Someone I know tells a story about a very senior academic giving a speech. Students shouldn't worry too much, she says, if their plans "go oar-y" after graduation. Confused glances are exchanged across the hall. Slowly the penny drops: the professor has been pronouncing "awry" wrong all through her …

Celebrating 100 years of the crossword

MR James timed his to boiling an egg, Bill Clinton did his on Air Force One and they make John Humphrys cross. On the 100th anniversary of the crossword, Alan Connor argues that cryptics are easier than quicks<p>Earlier this year, John Humphrys gasped an incredulous "No!" at the idea that cryptic …

Christmas TV adverts 2013 – review

Well, that's it. Christmas is finally here. Like it or not, we're all going to spend the next six weeks being relentlessly battered about the face by suffocatingly twee Christmas adverts. This is how it's always been, and the first sighting of the John Lewis Christmas ad means that we've now passed …

Liu Bolin, invisible man – in pictures

Liu from Shandong, China, manages to camouflage himself in any surroundings, no matter how impossible the task might seem. Standing silently in strange locations around the world, the 39-year-old artist uses himself as a blank canvas.

Touring the New Interior of Singapore Airlines + Win a 777 Model

Singapore’s new Business Class will be tough to beat.<p>I have been lucky enough to fly quite a few different Business Class products on a variety of …

UK Gets Its First Airport City in Manchester, Thanks To Chinese

Chinese investors have thrown their weight behind plans for Britain’s first Airport City, creating 16,000 new jobs in Manchester.<p>The deal with the …

The Very Big Political Issues Behind Japan Airlines' Big Boeing Snub

When Japan Airlines Co broke with decades of tradition by buying long-haul jets from Europe’s Airbus rather than U.S. rival Boeing Co, it informed …

Budget airline to start flights from Gatwick to New York next summer

The promise of low-cost air travel from Britain to the US that died with Laker Airways in the 1980s has been revived with Scandinavian carrier Norwegian starting budget services from Gatwick airport to New York next summer.<p>Gatwick claimed it was a "game-changing" development in the lucrative …

A supermarket in the US city of Boston is going to sell only food that's past its sell-by date. So what are some of the foods you can still enjoy? http://bbc.in/1bigKre

Airbus A400M military transport plane launched at last

Take-off has been 10 years in the making, but Airbus has celebrated the launch of its first A400M military transport plane.<p>A ceremony has been held in Seville to mark the event, in the presence of Spain’s Prince Felipe and French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.<p>It comes two months after the …

Ryanair found guilty in France of avoiding payroll taxes

Ireland’s pioneering low-cost airline Ryanair has been found guilty of breaking French labour laws and ordered by a court in Aix-en-Provence to pay more than nine million euros in fines and back payments.<p>Ryanair insists that its employees are liable only for Ireland’s lower payroll taxes because …

How to fly an Airbus A380

Sean Dewbury, a training pilot for British Airways, demonstrates how to fly an Airbus A380 using the airline's £10 million simulator.<p>BA became the first British airline to fly the A380, the world's largest passenger aircraft, last month, on its so-called "red carpet" route from London to Los …

Review: Punctuation is not a mere ornament or a curiosity – it is essential (‽), and we need to know about it. Keith Houston's history is entertaining and readable. ☞ http://gu.com/p/3j6yj/fb ☜

Can we fly more and meet carbon targets? http://gu.com/p/3jc5n/fb Can aviation industry expansion be compatible with the need to reduce emissions? With your help, Karl Mathiesen investigates.

The 10 best yoghurt recipes Ten different ways to cook with yoghurt: from marinated lamb to spicy labneh, you'll be surprised how versatile this fridge staple can be http://t.gu.com/nZgKB Photo: Yuki Sugiura for the Guardian

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Scientist to eat lab-grown beefburger http://t.gu.com/nzZ7g Dr Mark Post will cook and eat €250,000 burger painstakingly constructed from protein grown from stem cells Photograph: Judith Jockel

The demon drink: war on sugar http://gu.com/p/3hyxd/tw Our addiction to sugar is linked to obesity, cancer and heart disease – and soft drinks are among the worst offenders. Alex Renton reports on the new health war, and reveals why some fruit juices may be as bad for you as cans of fizz

How did Estonia become a leader in technology?

WHEN Estonia regained its independence in 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, less than half its population had a telephone line and its …

American sanctions that stop Iranian carriers acquiring Western-made planes also block manufacturers from providing spare parts or even training manuals. Nor can Western maintenance firms conduct third-party repairs. These sanctions against Iran's airlines may result in safety violations http://econ.st/13zIxRv

In Guardian Cook: The 10 best banana recipes Bananas, the nation's favourite raw snack, are endlessly versatile in the kitchen. Mash and fry, slice and curry or unzip and bake whole – see which of these 10 treatments you prefer http://t.gu.com/n8iy3 Photo: Tiny banana tartes tatin. Yuki Sugiura for the Guardian

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The National Transportation Safety Board is studying cracks in diagonal members at both ends of the concrete truss bridge. …<p>Nearly 700 at ENR …

The impossible checked-baggage dream

IT IS a pain to have to check in a bag when you're flying, and most business travellers try to stick to carry-on luggage. When it can't be avoided …

A period of zero gravity is achievable by flying a jet steeply upwards on full power then throttling back to almost nothing. The plane continues along a special trajectory with passengers on board experiencing 20 to 30 seconds of weightlessness before the pilot needs to pull up again. Commercial companies are betting members of the general public will pay for this short taste of space http://econ.st/14d9VXj

Chinese Airline to Hire ‘Flight Aunties’

To meet strong growth in demand, China’s Spring Airlines is on a drive to hire new flight attendants, a profession that’s highly sought-after in the nation for the glamour and travel opportunities.<p>But there’s a catch: Spring Air, China’s biggest budget carrier, will give preference to married women …