Archive for September 1st, 2016

UK weather forecast predicts Britain will swelter in TWO WEEKS of sun after heavy rain

Thursday, September 1st, 2016:

Britain looks set to bask in two weeks of sunshine with thunderstorms today clearing for what bookies think will be the hottest summer on record. It will be hotter in Britain than Barcelona, Rome and even Mexico today, with the mercury threatening to hit 28C in parts of England and Wales today. The hot weather will, however, be broken up by thunderstorms, with up to 40mm of rain and even hail set to fall in just a few hours later today, with more due tomorrow But it looks set to clear by Wednesday, when Britain can bask in the summer-like […] Read More →

How late nights give teenagers rotten teeth

Thursday, September 1st, 2016:

Teens who go to bed after their parents are less likely to brush their teeth Night owls also tend to skip breakfast and then turn to sugary snacks  Study highlights the importance of teaching good habits early in life By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 17:27 EST, 1 September 2016 | Updated: 18:35 EST, 1 September 2016 Teenagers who are ‘night owls’ are at much higher risk of suffering from tooth decay, according to research. A study found that youngsters who stay up late are up to four times as likely to require fillings as those who prefer an early night. […] Read More →

The famous images of photojournalist Marc Riboud

Thursday, September 1st, 2016:

World renowned French photographer Marc Riboud, who died on Aug. 20, 2016 at age 93, was most recognized for two very famous photographs — the girl with the flower facing National Guardsmen poised with bayonets during the anti-Vietnam March on the Pentagon; and the whimsical one of a painter balancing precariously on the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Over the years, his globetrotting and keen eye produced a wealth of imagery from China to Iran to West Africa. The March on the Pentagon and this 1967 iconic photo of seventeen-year-old Jan Rose Kasmir, first published in Life Magazine, helped turn public opinion against the U.S. war in Vietnam.  In an interview with The Guardian, […] Read More →

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