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Alabama Sheriffs Filled Their Wallets by Starving Prisoners

Alabama law lets food funds, Alabamas sheriffs remain tight-lipped. So the two civil rights groups are suing the 49 sheriffs to find out where detainees dinner money is going. In most counties, money comes in on a per-inmate, per-day basis, Aaron Littman, a staff attorney at the SCHR told The Daily Beast. In most cases, Alabama gives sheriffs $1.75 per ...

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Is coconut oil a superfood?

LDL is known as “bad cholesterol” because high levels are linked with increased risk of heart disease. On the other hand, saturated fats – which are particularly bad for you – also tend to raise HDL, “good” cholesterol, which has the opposite effect. It is possible that a particular food can raise overall cholesterol levels, yet still be heart-friendly. Cholesterol ...

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HIV positive man unable to become pilot

Anthony (not his real name) said it was “utterly devastating” to discover that he could not take up the position on the EasyJet pilot training scheme. He described the policy as “outdated” and “inherently discriminatory”. HIV Scotland has called for a change in the rules. Image copyright Getty Images Why are HIV positive people unable to become pilots? According to ...

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Top five celeb ‘diets to avoid’ in 2018

Image copyright REX/Shutterstock Gwyneth Paltrow, Megan Fox and Sting have all come out in support of a vegan diet of uncooked foods. Image copyright REX/Shutterstock Katie Price has released a range of hydration, breakfast and meal replacement shakes. According to the website, the drinks support muscle tone and maintenance as well as decreasing snacking and cravings. Mrs Porter said: “The ...

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s dire warning on Puerto Rico

Ciales, Puerto Rico (CNN)In medicine, there is a meeting that takes place behind closed doors, where doctors openly discuss their cases, including any complications or unfortunate deaths. When that happens, it’s an admission of failure and a breakdown of our entire medical system. In all my years of attending these meetings, I’ve only heard the term on a few rare ...

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US scientists awarded Nobel in medicine for body clock insights

(CNN)Three US scientists have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm,” otherwise known as our biological clock, the Nobel committee said. Hall spent most of his career at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, where Rosbash still works as a faculty member. Young works out of Rockefeller University in New York. ...

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White House statements on Puerto Rico clash with ground reports

(CNN)Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke faced harsh backlash after saying the Trump administration’s recovery effort in Puerto Rico is a “good news story.” Since Hurricane Maria slammed into the US territory as a Category 4 hurricane earlier this month, much of the island has been devastated — leaving millions of Americans without electricity and water, and limited access to ...

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Is coffee healthy?

(CNN)Yes, go ahead and grab that cup of joe, or two, or more. Doing so may improve your health and help you live longer, suggests new research. The reduction in risk was more significant once people reached the age of 45, suggesting that it may be even more beneficial to consume coffee as we get older. See the latest news ...

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Why Hustling May Be Bad For Your Health, According To A Wellness Guru

American millennial working culture is often inundated with the idea that you should always be “hustling.” We pat each other on the back and tell one another we’re “killin’ it” — a phrase that brings with it the notion of being in constant, maximum capacity work mode, focusing on productivity and achievements above all else. This culture seems to suggest you have to ...

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