US (IL): Northbrook's Prairie Grass Cafe has partnered with students in the Green Grower's Club at Highland Park's Ravinia School to serve dishes made with the club's hydroponically grown lettuce.
By Kiran Zahra
When you get up in the morning with just enough time to go for a jog before going to work, there is hardly any time to grab a bite of breakfast. Besides, your aim is to lose some weight and make the most of the calories you just burnt, why then ‘waste’ the calories having breakfast?
(Scholarship-positions)--The New Zealand Government offers commonwealth scholarship for the students of participating developing commonwealth countries. The scholarship is offered for master and PhD studies at New Zealand universities. The scholarships will cover tuition and enrolment fees and provide an establishment allowance, a basic stipend, approved scholarship-related travel, some course-related costs, and medical and travel insurance. To apply for these scholarships applicants must submit application to their nominating agency.
(Channelnewsasia)--Health-related applications for smartphones and tablets are a booming business, but in Africa and Asia "mobile health" could actually be a lifesaver for millions, industry leaders and aid organisations say.
New Greek research suggests that tomato juice may out perform energy drinks in helping the body to recover from exercise.
By Farah Diba Khan
TODAY's busy lifestyles can place huge demands on the body's energy levels. To restore and maintain energy levels, be sure to eat the right amounts and types of food.
NEW YORK(Reuters)-- A nutritious diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables might not be the greenest in its environmental impact, according to a new study from France.
(Dailymail)--A young Somali fisherman walks nonchalantly through the streets of the war-torn capital Mogadishu carrying an enormous eight foot long shark on his head.
The camera zooms in on a stubble-bearded hunk dragging on a cigarette and blowing out a thick cloud of smoke with what seems to be great satisfaction. It resembles the TV smoking ads of yesteryear, now banned in most of the world, yet this modern-day offering is approved for American
(Technologytimes)--The Government has imposed ban on manufacturing, import, sale and use of non-degradable plastic bags and other plastic products in the limits of Islamabad, with an aim to ensuring a clean and healthy environment in the federal capital.