Monthly Archives: January 2018

By Anna Baddeley   Sunday, January 4, 2015 A recent government report suggested ways in which libraries could adapt to the way we read now – but attitudes need to change first. “Libraries should be more like coffee shops.” The headlines following last month’s publication of the Independent Library Report for England by the Department for Culture, Media […]

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Published on Thursday, 17 November 2016 Back in the day, libraries used to be sanctuaries for piles of handwritten scrolls, manuscripts, and then it advanced into rooms filled with printed, bound paper books. But now the digital age has turned its back on libraries – with access to Internet at home, and mobile access rising steadily, […]

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By MICHAEL DE MEDEIROS Weight loss: it’s a battle that so many of us face at some point in our lives. Keeping your diet on point is the best way to battle the bulge. The burning question is how many calories should you eat in a day to lose weight? The answer to this question is difficult […]

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By MICHAEL DE MEDEIROS Let’s face it: napping is awesome! Anyone who tells you otherwise is simply not someone you need in your life. Napping, however, you most definitely do need in your life. You love it, we love it, and there are many scientific reasons why your body needs it, too! But not all naps […]

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What your body needs to workout harder and recover faster, according to the experts. By Mary Karmelek Just like any machine, your body needs the right kind of fuel to help it run and repair itself. We talked to some sports nutrition experts to see what they recommend putting in the tank before and after your […]

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By Niki Kubiak / livewellnebraska.com Certain eating habits lead to constant hunger. Constant hunger causes uncontrolled eating, followed by weight gain, and in the end, results in overall diet frustration. Consider the following eating habits you may have fallen into, and make a change to control your hunger instead of letting it control you. You […]

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The lower abs might be the hardest place on your body to chisel. That’s partly due to the obvious reason: People tend to carry more fat on the lower part of their torsos than the upper part, says exercise scientist Brad Schoenfeld, Ph.D., C.S.C.S. But it also has to do with the anatomy beneath your […]

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