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The health benefits — and perils — of taking vacations
American workers who take regular vacations have a significantly stronger sense of well-being than those who don’t. And it doesn’t matter what their income is.In fact, according to a 2014 Gallup poll, people who earned less than $24,000 annually and who say they take regular vacations scored, on average, about 20 percent higher on a well-being scale than people who earned more than $100,000 but say they don’t make the time to get regular breaks from work.Those on the lower end of the pay scale are, however, half as likely as those on the higher end to actually take vacations, probably because they lack the money and, perhaps, the time.Overall, about 49 percent of Americans take regular trips or vacations, the Gallup poll revealed.Benefits are manyThat number is far too low. We should be taking more — and longer — vacations. For as an article in the August issue of The Psychologist, the magazine of the British Psychological Society, points out, “There is a lot of scientific evidence demonstrating that a holiday boosts health and wellbeing and positively affects work performance, at least temporarily.”The author of the article, Jessica de Bloom, a postdoc psychologist at the University of Tampere in Finland, cites her own recent research as an example of that evidence. In a series of studies involving about 250 Dutch employees, de Bloom and her colleagues found that workers’ experienced “medium-sized” improvement in health and well-being during their vacations — improvements that increased as the vacations progressed.A 2013 Swedish study [PDF], she adds, found a fascinating correlation between the number of people on vacation in that country and a decline in the use of antidepressants.Unfortunately, the positive benefits of vacations seem to be short-lived. In de Bloom’s studies, the workers’ well-being returned to pre-vacation levels with a week of being back on the job — no matter what the workers did while they were away or how long they were gone.Other research, including U.S. data from the large, ongoing Framingham Heart Study, reported an association between taking frequent vacations and a lower risk of heart disease, including heart attacks. But, as de Bloom points out, people who take regular vacations may have healthier lifestyles to begin with — a factor that would then explain the lower risk of heart disease.(FYI: De Bloom takes pains to note that findings on the effects of vacations in the United States, “where employees are entitled to a meager 10 days of annual leave,” may not always be applicable in Europe. Workers in the United Kingdom, for example, are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks of annual vacation, she says.)The dangers of ‘down-shifting’Vacations are not without their health perils, however, and one particularly hazardous time is in the week or so before a vacation starts.One Dutch study found that “health and wellbeing decrease in the last week before departure,” writes de Bloom. “This decline was related to rising levels of workload and was even more pronounced in women, who additionally experience a rise in home load.”The first few days of a vacation can also give rise to various physical complaints, sometimes known as “leisure sickness.”“Several studies suggest that the start of a holiday period is for many people spoiled by high blood pressure, poor sleep quality, bad mood and lack of initiative, as well as more serious bodily symptoms such as fever, migraine or an upset stomach,” says de Bloom.“The etiology of these phenomena is not yet well understood,” she adds, “but many symptoms show a striking resemblance to immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome, which originates in sudden deprivation of corticosteroids, major stress hormones. Imagine the reaction of your car engine if you changed from fifth gear directly to first gear. In the same manner, a stressed human body working on full-speed in the weeks preceding holiday has trouble with downshifting in a flash.”Tips for a getting the most out of a vacationWhat can we do to maximize the benefits of our vacations and minimize their perils? De Bloom offers a long list of tips, including the following: Exercise at the end of your last work day. Job stress activates your body for action by releasing stress hormones into your bloodstream. Smoothe the transition to lazy life by heading to the gym after your last day at the office. This will help you to mentally disengage from your work, get rid of the stress hormones and prevent physical complaints during your first days off work. If you’re a couch potato, try gradually reducing work hours during your last work week and take a firm walk home on your last work day.Set an out-of-0ffice reply for your work e-mail … and make sure that it’s on until a day after your return. This way, you can sneak back into your office, prioritise your work and possibly even surprise colleagues with an earlier-than-expected reply.Detach and take control. Leave your work phone at home, refrain from checking your e-mails and make clear arrangements concerning your availability during your absence. Also remember:Getting in touch with the office at a time that suits you is much better than an unexpected call during family dinner. You determine if and when you are available for work!Start slowly. Resume work on Wednesday instead of Mondays or gradually build up working times during your first week back at the office. In any case, prevent overtime after work resumption. A stress-free return to work and relaxing activities during the evening after work help to preserve positive vacation effects and savour your ‘holiday afterglow.”You can read de Bloom’s article on The Psychologist’s website.
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Osama Bin Laden Family Members Killed In England Plane Crash
Saudi Arabia’s U.K. embassy on Friday confirmed that family members of Osama bin Laden were killed in a private jet crash at an airport in southern England.

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British authorities have confirmed four people died in the crash, including the pilot. According to Saudi media reports, the sister and stepmother of the former al Qaeda leader were among the fatalities.
On Friday, the Saudi ambassador to the U.K. posted the following statement on Twitter:
Translation: “His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud… has paid his condolences to the family and relatives of Mohammed bin Laden at Blackbushe airport in Britain for the great loss they have suffered as a result of the crash of the plane that was carrying the family.”

The jet — which is owned by bin Laden’s family — overshot the runway at Blackbushe Airport about 40 miles south of London around 3 p.m. local time, crashing through a fence and into a lot of parked cars before bursting into a fireball. There were no injuries reported on the ground, but no one on board the aircraft survived, Hampshire police officials said.
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An airport spokesperson told British media that the Phenom 300 jet crashed near the end of the runway around 3:09 p.m. while attempting to make a landing. An investigation into what caused the crash remained ongoing.
The sprawling bin Laden family has a history of plane-related deaths. Osama bin Laden’s father, Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden, was killed when his twin prop plane crashed into a runway in Saudi Arabia. And in 1988, his brother Salem was killed when the ultralight craft he was flying in Texas hit power lines and plummeted to the ground.
Osama bin Laden was shot dead in 2011 by U.S. forces in Pakistan.


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Cecil The Lion's "Brother" Is "Alive And Well"
In an email to BuzzFeed News on Sunday, the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University said the 11-year-old lion was spotted in the early hours of Sunday “feeding off a giraffe.”
Following last month’s death of a beloved Zimbabwean lion named Cecil, which outraged many around the world, fears emerged that Cecil’s brother, Jericho, was also shot and killed by a hunter on Saturday.

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But in an email to BuzzFeed News on Sunday, the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) at Oxford University said Jericho was “alive and well.”

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“Jericho is alive and well. Last night we were surprised so see rumours of the death of a second lion, Jericho, circulating in the media – we had no evidence for this. The rumours claimed he too had been hunted illegally. The WildCRU field research team and a National Parks ranger set out at daybreak to attempt to find him. People will realise that even with the aid of tracking equipment, this is difficult and skilful work in remote bush. Andy Loveridge contacted me moments ago. Jericho was seen alive and well at 06.15am. He has been feeding on a giraffe kill with the lionesses from his pride. Jericho is large male lion, about 11 years old, who has been intensively monitored as part of our detailed study of lion behavioural ecology in Hwange National Park. WildCRU’s Brent Stapelkamp was able to get the attached photo of Jericho.’
Many people have asked if Jericho and Cecil were brothers. They were not related though their bond was one close to brotherhood. Male lions often form what are termed co-operative ‘coalitions’ with unrelated males in order to better compete with other males for territories and prides. In fact 42% of male lion coalitions are genetically unrelated, though larger coalitions tend to be brothers or half-brothers. This sort of detailed understanding of lion ecology and social behaviour, which takes years of meticulous work allows conservationists to devise the most appropriate conservation strategies to conserve these iconic cats.”




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Gareth Bale on Manchester United's shortlist for €122 million?

Van Gaal asked the board to go after Bale once again.
Gareth Bale is not going anywhere, that seems fairly clear. Still, The Sunday Express reported this morning that Manchester United are willing to offer €122 million for his talents as United manager Louis Van Gaal asked the board to spend big money on him.
Bale will surely be given another chance to prove his value with Real Madrid no matter United’s interest. The player wants to stay and Rafa Benítez has given him the freedom he needs to flourish and become the attacking threat everyone wants him to be.
The Welsh player has showed some flashes of his quality and his numbers with Real Madrid are fairly decent, but he has big room for improvement and Real will need him if they want to win trophies next season. He has finished Madrid’s pre-season stage scoreless, but his overall contribution to the team’s system has improved since Benítez took over as Real’s coach.

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Red Bull Apologizes For Posting A Video Of People In Blackface Chasing A Banana
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Galatasaray vs. Inter Milan, Preseason Friendly: Match info, lineups, match thread

An open thread for today’s friendly in Istanbul.
Inter have traveled to Istanbul to take on Turkish side Galatasaray in a preseason friendly today. You can catch the match on BeIn Sports today at 1:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CEST.
Below are the official starting lineups for today’s match
Galatasaray: 1 Muslera; 55 Sabri, 21 Chedjou, 22 Balta, 13 Telles; 8 Selçuk Inan, 5 Kisa, 7 Öztekin; 10 Sneijder; 11 Podolski, 17 Yilmaz.Subs: 67 Iscan, 38 Çamdal, 23 Carole, 29 Adin, 52 Çolak, 18 Gümüs, 20 Karacan, 35 Kurtulus, 6 Dzemaili, 14 Rodriguez, 9 Bulut, 19 Yildirim, 28 Günter.Coach: Hamza Hamzaoglu.
Inter: 1 Handanovic; 21 Santon, 25 Miranda, 24 Murillo, 5 Juan Jesus; 13 Guarin, 10 Kovacic, 7 Kondogbia; 88 Hernanes; 8 Palacio, 9 Icardi.Subs: 30 Carrizo, 46 Berni, 14 Montoya, 12 Longo, 23 Ranocchia, 27 Gnoukouri, 77 Brozovic, 35 Jovetic, 93 Dimarco. Coach: Roberto Mancini.


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Real Madrid to receive €65 million offer from Arsenal for Karim Benzema

Real Madrid do not want to sell the French striker.
Arsenal have €65 million ready to make Real Madrid an offer for Karim Benzema. The French is Wenger’s one and only target in this transfer window, according to AS. It would be a very complicated move for Arsenal, as Benzema is under contract until 2019 and he wants to stay in the Spanish capital. Wenger himself admitted that he’s “1,000% (sic) sure that Benzema will stay with Real Madrid.”
If Benzema ends up leaving the club and joining Arsenal, Real Madrid could possibly welcome back Álvaro Morata to replace him, per that same report from AS.
Benzema is an important player in this Real Madrid squad because he’s the only pure center-striker. Benítez has also played Cristiano Ronaldo and Jesé Rodríguez upfront, but Benzema seems to be the perfect player to connect with Bale and Ronaldo, as his offensive contribution goes well beyond goals scored and assists because of his creativity.

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Real Madrid do not want to sell the French striker. Arsenal have €65 million ready to make Real Madrid an offer for Karim Benzema. The French is Wenger's one and only target in this transfer window, according to AS. It would be a very complicated move for Arsenal, as Benzema is under contract until 2019 and he wants to stay in the Spanish capital. Wenger himself admitted that he's "1,000% (sic) sure that Benzema will stay with Real Madrid." If Be...
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Sami Khedira leaves Juventus' friendly against Olympique Marseille with hamstring injury

It looks as though we have another injury to worry about, boys and girls.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira had to leave Saturday’s friendly against Olympique Marseille after just 25 minutes thanks to a hamstring injury he picked up while sprinting back on defense. Khedira, who was signed on a free transfer from Real Madrid this summer, grabbed at his right hamstring moments after stretching out his leg trying to stop a pass from a Marseille player and subsequently falling to the ground in a heap of pain.
Khedira was visibly upset as he was loaded onto a stretched and carried off the field.
I’d be frustrated, too, if I were him. Or maybe it’s more than that.
Khedira will certainly undergo tests in the next day or two to evaluate the severity of the injury. Speculating about injuries can drive you absolutely bonkers at times, but by the first impression of how Khedira reacted to it in the minutes after his hamstring went twang, his status for next weekend’s Italian Super Cup against Lazio in Beijing is definitely up in the air. And if that’s the case, he will join Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini — both of which have picked up thigh injuries in the past week — on the injury list heading into the Supercoppa and the beginning of the 2015-16 Serie A season.
Of course, with Arturo Vidal now wearing the all-red Bayern Munich kit, Khedira’s importance in the starting lineup is an obvious one. Could this injury open the door for somebody like Stefano Sturaro? That’s who came on for him in the first half against Marseille, so it’s possible. And if Max Allegri prefers to use Roberto Pereyra as a No. 10 right now, then Sturaro will certainly step into Khedira’s place alongside Claudio Marchisio and Paul Pogba in the center of the midfield.
But I guess this is all speculation at this point. Once the actual medical tests happen and there’s something posted on Juventus’ website about it, we just have to sit around and wait. Hopefully Khedira’s absence isn’t all that much longer than the time it takes to hear about what happened to his hamstring.

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It looks as though we have another injury to worry about, boys and girls. Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira had to leave Saturday's friendly against Olympique Marseille after just 25 minutes thanks to a hamstring injury he picked up while sprinting back on defense. Khedira, who was signed on a free transfer from Real Madrid this summer, grabbed at his right hamstring moments after stretching out his leg trying to stop a pass from a Marseille playe...
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The importance of sleep: It's not just how much, but when
Creative Commons/Sarah GiboniU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared insufficient sleep a public health epidemic.First of two articlesSleep is crucial for good mental and physical health, yet it’s often downplayed or even overlooked in discussions about what individuals — and society — can do to improve people’s health.Survey after survey has found that Americans get either too little sleep or sleep that is of very poor quality. In fact, within any 24-hour period, a third of Americans report having not received the recommended minimum of seven hours of sleep. As I’ve noted here many times before, lack of sleep is associated with an increased risk of several chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and depression. And it’s also cited as a major contributor to traffic accidents, as well as to industrial accidents and medical errors.No wonder the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared insufficient sleep a public health epidemic.Recently, I discussed the importance of sleep with Dr. Michael Howell, an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Minnesota, program director of the Clinical Sleep Medicine Fellowship at the Hennepin County Medical Center and medical director of the Fairview Sleep Centers in Edina. An edited version of Part 1 of that discussion follows. Part 2 of the interview will appear in Second Opinion tomorrow.MinnPost: I often think of getting enough sleep as one of the three legs of the “three-legged stool” of daily habits that people need to persist with in order to be healthy. The other legs are, of course, regular exercise and a healthful diet. But most of the time, health advice focuses just on exercise and diet.Dr. Michael Howell: Let me expand on that idea. A medical student asked me the other day about going into emergency medicine [a field of medicine that typically requires working night shifts]. He wanted to know what would happen if his sleep was bad for a while. Would it cause him any problems? Would it curtail his life? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. … But nobody would say, “You know what. I’ve really eaten well all my life. I take good care of myself, but for the next four years, I’m going to eat crap. Is that going to be a problem?” Of course it’s going to be a problem.MP: So good sleep habits, like ones for exercise and diet, need to be practiced over the long term.MH: Yes. And becoming a good sleeper takes practice — above and beyond getting treatment for a sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome. My favorite phrase is “It’s not the volume, it’s the time.” In other words, it’s not just the amount of sleep you need, but when you get it. One of the real challenges with exogenous [artificial] light in the evening is not that it’s keeping us awake. The problem is that it’s delaying our entire body clock, our circadian biological rhythm.Let’s take a typical example from a group of medical students I was talking to recently. I asked them what time would be ideal for them to fall asleep, and they essentially came up with about 1 in the morning. They also said they would ideally like to sleep until 9 or 10 in the morning. But of course, they have to do morning hospital rounds, which means they have to try to go to bed around 10 or 11 at night so that they can wake up at 6. Sometimes that works. Sometimes it doesn’t. [But even when it works] eight hours of poorly timed sleep is not particularly satisfying, and, in and of itself, can lead to feelings of grogginess, mood issues, alertness issues, motor vehicle accidents — those sorts of things.MP: But modern society is structured to make it almost impossible for people to time their sleep in the way that’s healthiest for them. So what can individuals do? Dr. Michael HowellMH:  The first thing is to “know thyself.” Many people who come to me for treatment with a circadian rhythm delay are convinced that they have insomnia. But having insomnia is very different from being somebody who, if the world would let you, could fall asleep at 2 or 3 in the morning and sleep until noon and be just fine.So the first thing is to know yourself and to know your own biological clock. When would you sleep if there was no work, no bed partners, no pets, and nobody waking you up — if you could just go to bed when you felt like it and wake up when you were done sleeping? What would that look like? All of us have a natural sleep window when sleep works best for us. Even if you’ll never be able to sleep within that window, it’s a good idea to have at least some concept of when it is.MP: And for some people that window is a very early one.MH: Yes. Some people can barely keep their eyes open at 7 or 8 at night. They’ll try to stay awake until 9 or 10, but then, at around 2 or 3 in the morning, they’ll wake up and not be able to sleep any later. That’s an advanced circadian rhythm. It’s a particular problem for older people, for our circadian rhythms start advancing with age.MP: What should people do once they recognize the pattern of their circadian sleep rhythm? MH:  If your problem is circadian rhythm delay [difficulty falling asleep and waking up “early”] and there’s no way you can change your lifestyle to facilitate sleeping in until 9 or 10 in the morning, my advice is to stop trying to fall asleep at night. Instead, focus on what you’re doing in the morning. Excessive [artificial] light in the evening is [part of the problem]; however, there’s a flip side that a lot of people miss. We’re not only getting too much light in the evening, we’re also not getting enough light in the morning. A lot of us stumble around in the dark in the morning, and the only sunlight we get is when we’re squinting through our windshields on the way into work. That doesn’t really count. You need a good 30 to 120 minutes of sunlight in the morning. If you can’t get that, then use a light box, like the ones people use to treat seasonal affective disorder. That will help cue your body that a new day has started.The other thing you can do is take a low does of melatonin — about one-half to one milligram at most daily. You need to take it about four to six hours before you would like to go to bed. That’s the hard part because most people think of melatonin as a kind of alternative sleeping pill, which is exactly the wrong way to think about it. It’s not a sleeping pill. It’s a circadian compound that essentially triggers your brain to think the sun has gone down. [If you want to get up at 6 in the morning], then you are going to be using melatonin around 6 in the evening. What you’re doing is giving yourself a sunset [the taking of the melatonin] and a sunrise. Make this your new ritual, and you can move your circadian cycle earlier and kind of align it more appropriately. MP: What about people with advanced circadian cycles? MH:  Especially as we get older, it tends to be a little bit more socially accepted that we go to bed earlier and wake up earlier. But then, if you have a wedding or something for which you have to stay up late, it can be quite challenging. What you can do — and, in general, it tends not to work as well as sunlight in the morning does for the circadian-delayed crowd — is to get a light box and blast yourself with light in the evening. That may help push your circadian rhythm back.MP: These practices can help, but they’re not going to “cure” either advanced or delayed circadian sleep rhythms, correct?MH: I usually warn people — the night owls — that when they start using [the light box/melatonin therapy], they’re not going to like it. It will feel “wrong,” like they’re on permanent jet lag. But I also tell them that it’s an example of how a medicine has to taste bad to work. It’s a sign that it’s actually shifting your circadian rhythm.MP: How long does the adjustment take?MH:  It varies. But most people usually notice a difference within a few weeks. MP: But it’s not permanent.MH: No. People can get into the [new] routine, but then, after a long weekend or a week of vacation, they’re right back where they started. Because, again, [our circadian sleep cycle] is a natural genetic tendency. It’s built into our DNA.
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Il est celui qui représente les hommes qui s’intéressent à la mode masculine. Elle est celle qui donne son avis de styliste, mais avant tout de femme. L’idée lui est venue quand elle l’aidait à choisir ses fringues. Souvent, on voit des couples faire les magasins ensemble. Donc forcément, Madame donne son avis. Pourquoi ne pas faire une boutique en ligne de mode masculine, vu de l’œil d’un homme et d’une femme? Et boum, ainsi naquit Men Rags! Nous vous proposerons une ligne élégante, moderne et variée. Une catégorie « News » sera mise à disposition pour les curieux, indécis ou apprentis « Fashionisto ». Et vous pourrez bien sur nous suivre sur Facebook et Twitter, pour ne pas rater nos nouveautés, promotions et concours du moment.

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aujourd'hui sur twitter j'ai vu un certain nombre de gens qui se font appeler les "beliebers". quessekça? ce sont les fans stupides d'un pse

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La plupart des gens pensent que le racisme n'est lie qu'aux maghrébins et africains. Mais des qu'on raconte notre expérience amoureuse avec

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Je me lâche envers notre propre espèce, cet abrutis de singe qui se la coulait douce et qui au final a évolué (?) pour devenir ce qu'il est

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Sur Facebook, il y a les concours de la plus belle potiche, mais maintenant la mode, c'est celle des soi-disant "Chroniqueuse". Premièrement