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Retrovirus Linked To Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
23 Sep
5:52

Retrovirus Linked To Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

0    Health  hhacademys

Researchers in the US have discovered that a high proportion of people with the debilitating neuroimmune disease Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), have a retrovirus called XMRV in their blood. The groundbreaking study was the work of scientists from the Whittemore Peterson Institute (WPI), located…

iPhone Envy May Have Felled Galaxy Note7
04 Sep
10:38

iPhone Envy May Have Felled Galaxy Note7

Samsung’s desire to match the iPhone 7 Plus led it to implement an aggressive design and manufacturing approach that led to problems with its Galaxy Note7 — including some instances of the smartphones bursting into flames — and eventually its global recall, Instrumental reported last week. Instrumental engineers tore down a Galaxy…

Manrique and beyond: the natural art of Lanzarote
02 Sep
1:10

Manrique and beyond: the natural art of Lanzarote

0    Travel  hhacademys

A stark volcanic landscape dotted with whitewashed houses, a smattering of sculptures and unique architectural projects; the island of Lanzarote can appear to be one giant work of art. The late, native artist César Manrique left an inescapable impression on this wild land, one that continues to set it apart…

Malta unpackaged: an independent traveller’s guide
30 Aug
1:29

Malta unpackaged: an independent traveller’s guide

0    Travel  hhacademys

Breaking free from its traditional reputation as a destination for sun, sea and sand package holidays, Malta has begun to reveal a fresh new face to the world. In preparation for its capital Valletta’s reign as European Capital of Culture in 2018, many of the islands’ most impressive historic sites…

The Free Worksheet That’ll Make Taking Vacation So Much Less Stressful
14 Aug
10:17

The Free Worksheet That’ll Make Taking Vacation So Much Less Stressful

0    Career  hhacademys

Lest you think this is an article about how to find cheap airfare to Hawaii or how to get that five-star hotel at a two-star price, let me be clear: I have no tips on these covetable items. I do, however, have some handy advice for how to plan a less…

Can Alcohol Derail Your Diet?
14 Aug
8:06

Can Alcohol Derail Your Diet?

It doesn’t have to. Learn how a little moderation and a few simple tricks can allow you to enjoy alcohol without adding too many calories. A glass of wine with a weekend dinner or a beer at the family barbecue doesn’t spell disaster for your weight-loss plan — unless you overdo it….

Does A Cup Of Tea Reduce Stress?
12 Aug
5:14

Does A Cup Of Tea Reduce Stress?

0    Health  hhacademys

Several daily newspapers in the UK and elsewhere carry reports this week of a study commissioned by the Direct Line insurance company that suggests a cup of tea reduces stress, not just by drinking it but also because of the calming effect of the ritual of putting the kettle on. The…

My city: San Juan
12 Aug
1:18

My city: San Juan

0    Travel  hhacademys

LP Local Melissa Alvarado Sierra was born and raised in Puerto Rico. After traveling to different countries, mostly aboard a sailboat, she decided to settle in Borinquen and write about its wonders. Now you can find her driving through dirt roads that lead to hidden swathes of sand in Vieques, eating alcapurrias in a…

How to Stop Overeating: 7 Natural Ways to Try Now
11 Aug
7:37

How to Stop Overeating: 7 Natural Ways to Try Now

If you’ve ever reached for another serving of that lasagna even though you feel full (it tastes so good!) or reached for that second slice of cake, congratulations. You’ve overeating. Sometimes it’s painfully obvious that we’re overeating, but other times you might not even realize it’s happening. So why are…

Soul searching: exploring central Chile through the homes of Pablo Neruda
05 Aug
1:04

Soul searching: exploring central Chile through the homes of Pablo Neruda

0    Travel  hhacademys

Across the Spanish-speaking world and beyond, Chile is known as país de poetas: land of poets. This reputation for verse-making is, in part, recognition of the fact that two Chileans have received the Nobel Prize for Literature for their poetry. Gabriela Mistral was first, in 1945, but it was the second…