Nutrition Expert Naomi Whittel Says Intermittent Fasting Can ‘Help Us Live More Youthfully’

Thinking of pulling a Kourtney Kardashian and trying intermittent fasting? Nutritional expert Naomi Whittel explains how it works and the potential benefits. “An intermittent fast is basically a window of controlled eating,” Whittel tells PEOPLE. “Scheduled eating is when you eat for eight hours within the intermittent fasting hours. So you don’t eat for 16 and you do eat for eight and those have to be consecutive hours,” she says. “It’s like…

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David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. I’m 68 years old and hail from Boulder, Colorado. Just ten years ago I found myself in the ER, unable to walk. At the time, doctors diagnosed me with MS. For years I went through steroid treatments and many nasty relapses. Along the way, my neurologists never discussed with me diet or other environmental…

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Watch This Video — Introducing Harry’s American Internet Cowboys

Hey friends! I came across this video from Harry’s, a shaving company based out of the US. They are awesome, and I can’t believe how well this video shows off who they are — check it out! Every company tries to make an explainer video that goes over what they do, but in my humble opinion, Harry’s really nails it with this one. In under three minutes, Harry’s manages to introduce you…

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Healthcare data breach in Singapore affected 1.5M patients, targeted the prime minister

In what’s believed to be the biggest data breach in Singapore’s history, 1.5 million members of the country’s largest healthcare group have had their personal data compromised. The breach affected SingHealth, Singapore’s biggest network of healthcare facilities. Data obtained in the breach includes names, addresses, gender, race, date of birth and patients’ national identification numbers. Around 160,000 of the 1.5 million patients also had their outpatient medical information accessed by…

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Rutgers Graduate Program in Supply Chain Analytics Enhances Student’s Job Performance

When Jiajia Ruan was charting her future, she made a bet on supply chain management. After immigrating to the United States with her parents, she wanted to find an undergraduate program that would prepare her for a new career. “I didn’t know what my life would be,” she said. Supply chain management attracted her because it seemed essential to global business and it was multi-cultural. Her knowledge of China and Chinese could prove to be assets….

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Global markets are finally getting spooked by Trump’s trade war

Getty Images / Mario Tama Global markets are once again worried about the impact of Trump’s trade war. Chinese stocks dropped sharply overnight, with losses then spreading to Europe. Major indexes on the continent are seeing losses of more than 1%. US Futures are also pointing lower, with the Nasdaq set to lose 1% at the opening bell. You can follow global market developments at Markets Insider. The escalation of…

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Episode 18: The Best Foods to Nourish Your Brain with Neuroscientist, Dr Lisa Mosconi – Blog – Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Dr Chatterjee talks to Dr Lisa Mosconi, Neuroscientist, Professor of Neuroscience & Neurology, certified integrative nutritionist and Associate Director of the Alzheimer’s prevention clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College.  They discuss the links between what we eat, our brain and nourishing our brain for our future health. You can also listen via  itunes – acast – stitcher – overcast.fm Episode Highlights: Hear how Lisa’s research has enabled her to detect signs of dementia in the brain up…

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Enterprise software investments may be tepid now, but they’re poised to engage

Logan Bartlett Contributor Share on Twitter Logan Bartlett is a vice president with Battery Ventures. More posts by this contributor The SaaS Success Database Have we reached “peak software”? Just like the idea of “peak oil”—the hypothetical point at which global oil production could max out—you could say we’re approaching a saturation point for venture-capital investments in software companies. Recent data from Pitchbook shows that venture investing in software companies…

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How Content Can Ring Up a Better Retail Experience

If you want to significantly disrupt consumer shopping patterns, it doesn’t hurt to invent a sales holiday. That’s just one of the many retail marketing takeaways to learn from the success of one of retail’s most powerful forces of nature: Amazon. The so-called “everything store” launched its members-only one-day shopping extravaganza, Prime Day, in 2015 and has continually chipped away at the post-Thanksgiving Black Friday’s sales supremacy. Fortunately, you don’t…

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Does Aromatherapy Help With Anxiety?

      It’s the obsessive thoughts.  Or the overwhelming worry.  The sweaty hands and heart palpitations, and even the fear of making small talk at a party are often telltale signs.  Even though you haven’t slept well for days, you still feel way too wired to fall asleep.  It can also manifest itself into chronic bowel irritability – yikes!  If you suffer from regular anxiety, then these symptoms are…

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