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People who work night shifts, or constantly changing shifts are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes compared to non-shift workers, suggests a new analysis of previous studies. The risk was highest for men and people who worked rotating shifts, but the reasons for those differences remain unclear, researchers say. "Shift work is very common in modern society," the study's senior author Zuxun Lu said Health in an email.

Children in Tennessee will have to get used to holding a pencil again next year when new cursive handwriting standards go into effect in schools throughout the state. The trend around the United States is to emphasise keyboarding - a skill that is included in the Common Core education standards adopted by most states.
One of Europe's leading visagists is revealing the trick to applying lipstick: smile a little. "That's how you get the perfect lip-line," says Peter Schmidinger, who works with a German cosmetic-trade association. He recommends beginning to apply lipstick on the lower lip first. The skin of the lip is slightly elevated from the rest of the face.
For British author Mark Lewisohn, telling the story of the world's greatest rock band the way it deserves to be told will take time - a quarter-century, to be exact. The noted Beatles scholar, 56, fell in love with the Fab Four as a child, and published his first Beatles-related reference work in 1986. His latest book, "Tune In," was published late last year.
"Wizard of Oz" heroine Dorothy only had to click her ruby red slippers together and they would spirit her home to Kansas. Now, an Indian high-tech start-up is promising to do the same in real life with a new, GPS-enabled smart sports shoe that vibrates to give the wearer directions.
I took a stroll through the park one day and observed the rich life surrounding me. In particular, I watched the kids; the way they whole heartedly participate in anything that pleased them. Some, I saw kicked a football across the lush green grass while others held the cricket bat waiting for his friend to deliver another ball. The world didn't matter; everything was in the moment. They played with passion and with a goal to improve for victory. The hunger was for the game and the pleasure it brought. I wondered then, where adults lose this ability; the ability to play in the moment and do what we truly love instead of becoming victims of circumstance.
It has been one of the more bizarre features of a deadly epidemic: a vocal minority in west African society denying that Ebola exists even as family and friends die around them. The outbreak has cut a swathe through the region, killing more than 1,500 people since the start of the year, yet the work of medics and nurses has been disrupted by angry mobs claiming Ebola is an invention.

 



 
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