Mothers-To-Be Stop Stressing, It Might Put Child at Future Risk of Binge Eating

A large section of the world is grappling with the issue over-eating, which is becoming one of the major reasons of obesity among the masses today.People who overeat or have atendency to binge into food every now and then, more than an average man/woman would have a clinical disorder called binge eating disorder (BED). People with BED compulsively eat large amounts of food in a short amount of time and feel a sense of guilt or shame afterwards. And they do so often: at least once a week over a…

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Worried Trump might win? Plan your escape to Cape Breton, Canada

In early February this year, Destination Cape Breton, the tourist association for the rugged island off Nova Scotia, was fielding its usual one to two online inquiries a week. Then local radio host Rob Calabrese launched a cheeky website called Cape Breton If Donald Trump Wins, encouraging Americans to consider a move. Its home page read: “Hey Americans! Donald Trump may become the president of your country! If that happens, and you decide to get the hell out of there, may I suggest moving to Cape Breton Island?” The media…

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Russia might switch thousands of government computers to Linux to spite Microsoft

Russia’s new internet czar has given a crazy interview in which he has said it is “inevitable” that the country will switch all of the computers owned by the state over from Windows to Linux. This comes as a reaction to US companies complying with the embargo against business in Crimea, following Russia’s occupation of the peninsula. Over 22,000 local authorities will make the switch. “It’s like a wife seeing her husband with another woman — he can swear an oath afterward, but the trust is lost”, German Klemenko said….

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There’s now a much bigger chance you might find your parents on Tinder

It isn’t just young people who are spending their evenings wistfully swiping left and right on and endless stream of faces – older folks are doing it too, according to new research. TechCrunch has picked upon a new survey of 2,000 people from Pew Research in the US, which reportedly shows that not only have online dating services grown more popular with 18 to 24-year-olds, but there has been a relatively big spike in the older crowd, too. An impressive (or worrying) 12% of 55 to 64-year-olds in 2015 reported…

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