Could Coffee be the Secret to Fighting Obesity? — Cooking with Kathy Man

Scientists from the University of Nottingham have discovered that drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate ‘brown fat’, the body’s own fat-fighting defenses, which could be the key to tackling obesity and diabetes. The pioneering study, published today in the journal Scientific Reports, is one of the first to be carried out in humans to […] via Could Coffee be the Secret to Fighting Obesity? — Cooking with Kathy Man Continue reading Could Coffee be the Secret to Fighting Obesity? — Cooking with Kathy Man

WATCH: Total solar eclipse moves across South America today — WHNT.com

(CNN) — On Tuesday, a total solar eclipse will stretch across South America. The path of totality, where the moon visibly blocks the sun, will span parts of Chile and Argentina. Outside the path of totality, a partial solar eclipse will be visible. The umbral shadow — the area in which the sun will appear… via WATCH: Total solar eclipse moves across South America today — WHNT.com Continue reading WATCH: Total solar eclipse moves across South America today — WHNT.com

Southern suburb could declare emergency for lead in water at town hall meeting — WGN-TV

UNIVERSITY PARK, Ill.— A town hall meeting will take place Saturday with the possibility of a vote to declare emergency for lead found in the water of southern suburban homes. Currently, 1,500 University Park homes are still without water after a spike in lead levels last week. The meeting will be at 10 a.m. University… via Southern suburb could declare emergency for lead in water at town hall meeting — WGN-TV Continue reading Southern suburb could declare emergency for lead in water at town hall meeting — WGN-TV

Friday Faces: Creamsicle lipstick is the bright, poppy trend to get on board with this summer — LILLIE ROSS

Friday Faces: Creamsicle lipstick is the bright, poppy trend to get on board with this summer When it comes to lipstick, many of us think there are two real “classic” shades: ripe apple red and muted nude. The rest—like lilac, ’90s black, fuchsia, etc.—are trends that come and go depending on the season. But one… via Friday Faces: Creamsicle lipstick is the bright, poppy trend to get on board with this summer — LILLIE ROSS Continue reading Friday Faces: Creamsicle lipstick is the bright, poppy trend to get on board with this summer — LILLIE ROSS

Tennessee River supplies drinking water to hundreds of thousands — WHNT.com

DECATUR, Ala.- 3M’s admission of illegally releasing chemicals into the Tennessee River and the state of Alabama’s role in those releases is an important story for several reasons. But perhaps the part of the story that you likely care most about is how it may impact your drinking water. The Tennessee River is a major… via Tennessee River supplies drinking water to hundreds of thousands — WHNT.com Continue reading Tennessee River supplies drinking water to hundreds of thousands — WHNT.com

Connecticut girl designs Medi Teddy to reduce anxiety for pediatric patients — FOX59

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – A 12-year-old girl from Fairfield is on a mission to make life a little easier for pediatric patients. Ella Casano started a GoFundMe to raise money so she could make the Medi Teddy. The Medi Teddy is a stuffed animal pouch to help conceal bags of IV medication or blood products from… via Connecticut girl designs Medi Teddy to reduce anxiety for pediatric patients — FOX59 Continue reading Connecticut girl designs Medi Teddy to reduce anxiety for pediatric patients — FOX59

Environment — Earth Report

Trump’s Alaska drilling study slammed The Trump administration failed to adequately consider oil spills, climate change and the welfare of polar bears in its expedited study of proposed drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, according to comments published by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The unusually harsh criticism from federal wildlife regulators could […] via Environment — Earth Report Continue reading Environment — Earth Report

Why Intel expects dumb IoT devices to get smarter and smarter — VentureBeat

The Internet of Things (IoT) will probably generate the mother of all data tsunamis. Softbank anticipates we’ll a trillion connected devices that will create $11 trillion in value by 2025. Intel is pretty happy about that, as it will create a huge demand for a data-centric world with lots of processors at both the center […] via Why Intel expects dumb IoT devices to get smarter and smarter — VentureBeat Continue reading Why Intel expects dumb IoT devices to get smarter and smarter — VentureBeat

Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Raúl Ilargi Meijer examines the Boeing crashes. From Meijer at theautomaticearth.com: We had already been told that in the Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crash which killed all 157 people on board, the 4-month old 737 MAX 8’s anti-stall software reengaged itself four times in 6 minutes as the pilots struggled to straighten the plane post-takeoff. […] via Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC Continue reading Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC