What Are the Benefits of Fisetin?

Research on a flavonoid called fisetin, which contributes to the pigment of fruits and vegetables like apples, cucumbers, grapes, onions, persimmons and strawberries, has been called out for its potential antiaging properties. In experiments performed on lab mice, fisetin was shown to eliminate senescent cells, which accumulate as you age and can be harmful to your body. While fisetin was discovered years ago, it is one of many diet-derived antioxidants…

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World’s fastest growing economy has world’s most toxic air

By: Iain MarlowAsia’s largest economy, China, has long had a reputation for smoggy skies. But these days, neighboring India is fighting the far bigger battle with pollution: The South Asian country is home to the world’s 10 most polluted cities.Outside India’s capital, New Delhi, Kusum Tomar knows the personal and economic price of breathing some of the world’s most toxic air. At 29, she learned that pollution was the likely…

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Overnight Paleo Oatmeal – Filling, Nutrient-Dense Paleo Breakfast

Paleo Grubs Paleo Grubs – Getting the Texture Just Right Oatmeal definitely has a very distinct texture. In order to replicate that for our paleo-friendly oatmeal, we’re going to be using a couple of things to create the same slightly thick texture. The first thing that will go into making this recipe is the coconut flour. I love using coconut flour for making paleo breakfasts, especially pancakes. It works especially…

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Cure Your Varicose Veins with a Mix of Aloe Vera, Carrot and Apple Cider | Life well lived

Cure Your Varicose Veins with a Mix of Aloe Vera, Carrot and Apple Cider Life well lived Subscriber channel Life Well Lived https://goo.gl/oJ3EdI for a better life Life Well Lived is a channel that offers free videos about natural remedies, home remedies, alternative medicine, physical health advice, mental health and care of our body. Disclaimer: Please consult a physician before beginning any treatment program or making any adjustment to your…

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Practical marketing practices: When, where and what you need to post

Photo: Pixabay This is part two in a two-part series. Click here to read part one. Nothing substantial to post For landscaping companies that mainly perform lawn mowing services, there could be the perception that you have nothing substantial or worth posting. This, Ewan McNeill, director of marketing with LMN Software, says, is completely false. The process of mowing might not be what some would consider “beautiful” but the end results…

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10 things in tech you need to know today

Seth Wenig, File/AP Images Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. Americans are now copying Russia and making hundreds of fake Facebook accounts to influence politics. Facebook removed 559 pages and 251 accounts for breaking its rules around spam and “inauthentic behaviour.” The departure of Square’s chief financial officer Sarah Friar has surprised both employees and outside investors, leaving both groups trying to predict what it…

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Treatment and Help for Baby Acne

Causes and treatment of baby acne No one wants to see acne on their sweet newborn. We all expect babies to have flawless skin, but the reality is that baby acne happens to about 20-30% of infants. While your newborn photo shoot might require some touch-ups, the good news is that baby acne doesn’t bother your baby and usually clears up on its own. What is baby acne? Baby acne…

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There’s nothing lightweight about how LwM2M empowers IoT devices

As the numbers of sensors grow from a low base in early trial deployments, device management and data orchestration are critical capabilities for IoT success. Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief executive of Beecham Research, interviewed Slawomir Wolf, the CEO of AVSystem, to understand the company’s offerings and to gauge his perception of market development. Robin Duke-Woolley: What is the role that AVSystem wants to play in the IoT market? What has…

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Real Time Economics: Markets Are Volatile But the Underlying Economy Is Steady As She Goes

This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. Good morning. Today we look at third-quarter economic growth, how government spending is goosing while housing is hurting GDP, and why Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has a secret weapon against political pressure that Paul Volcker never did.  THE STOCK MARKET ISN’T THE ECONOMY U.S. stocks tumbled Wednesday, sending the Dow industrials into…

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