The secret of beating anxiety



Do you have anxiety? Have you tried just about everything to get over it, but it just keeps coming back? Perhaps you thought you had got over it, only for the symptoms to return with a vengeance? 

Anxiety can present as fear, restlessness, an inability to focus at work or school, finding it hard to fall or stay asleep at night, or getting easily irritated. In social situations, it can make it hard to talk to others; you might feel like you’re being judged, or have symptoms such as sweatingWhatever your circumstances, science can help you to beat anxiety for good.Anxiety can present as fear, restlessness, an inability to focus at work or school, finding it hard to fall or stay asleep at night, or getting easily irritated. In social situations

51 European banks await stress test results



Gerry Baker of the Wall Street Journal discusses the European banking system.

Mummy blogger opens up about post-natal anxiety



A mother of four has shared her experiences with post-natal anxiety online to encourage other women to seek help.Mel Watts, from the Central Coast, New …

FDA delays revamped nutrition facts panel



A revamped nutrition facts panel designed to make it easier to see how many calories and added sugars are in packaged foods and drinks is being delayed.The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it plans to push back the deadline for a rule requiring food companies to use the new label. It’s the Trump administration’s latest delay of the Obama administration’s rules intended to improve food labeling and make foods healthier and safer.

This photo provided by the Food and Drug Administration shows a side-by-side comparison of the old, left, and new food nutrition facts labels. The FDA says it intends to delay a rule that would require food companies to label their products with a revised nutrition facts panel. The agency had previously set a deadlin

Chinese medicine may prevent heart disease and diabetes



Traditional Chinese medicines could help prevent heart disease and the progression of pre-diabetes, according to research.Some herbal treatments proved as effective in lowering blood pressure as Western drugs and improved heart health by lowering cholesterol, scientists found.Certain alternative medicines could lower blood sugar and insulin levels, too.Chinese medicines could be used alongside conventional treatments, say researchers from from Shandong University Qilu Hospital in China.   Or they can be beneficial as an alternative for patients intolerant of Western drugs, they said in their review of medical studies over a ten-year period.Senior review author from the university’s department of traditional Chinese medicine said: ‘The pharmacological effects and the underlying mechanisms

La minute d’Olivier Delamarche : BCE, le résultats des stress tests ça sera l’école des fans – 29/09



Le 29 septembre, les résultats des stress tests de la BCE ont été le thème abordé par Olivier Delamarche dans Intégrale Placements, avec Cédric Decoeur et Guillaume Sommerer, sur BFM Business.

Protest nutritionist high fat low carb Murdoch University



Students and dieticians are protesting guest speaker Christine Cronau (pictured) who is hosting a low-carb and high-fat diet seminarStudents and dieticians are protesting a guest speaker at a Perth university who advocates following a low carbohydrate and high fat diet.Christine Cronau, a Brisbane-based nutritionist, is scheduled to speak at Murdoch University in Perth on June 25 in a seminar called ‘Bring Back the Fat 2017’.  Ms Cronau told Daily Mail Australia she has been following the low-carb and high-fat diet for the past 16 years.She said she started the LFHC diet after she claimed following the prescribed dietary guidelines had caused her to become unwell and gain weight.’Basically we are going back to advocating real foods, back to

Kim Zolciak reveals she had anxiety over son’s dog attack



Kim Zolicak is finally getting a chance to unwind on vacation.The beauty brought her family to a sunny beach this weekend and she said the trip was overdue.

European nuclear power plants undergo stress tests



http://www.euronews.com/ Could European nuclear power plants withstand an extreme natural disaster or would they be as susceptible as Japan’s Fukushima, which suffered a meltdown of three of its reactors after an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011?

Stress tests ordered by the European Commission and carried out at the 132 operational plants across Europe found safety standards are generally high, but there is still room for improvement – an assessment not as bad as a leaked draft report.

Answering accusations that the final report had been watered down, EU Commissioner for Energy Günther Oettinger said: “I didn’t exert any influence on this report. I didn’t say ‘here one cross needs to be added and there one needs to be removed’. No government or operating company has exerted any influence.”

Some in the industry are fed up of what they see as rivalry between an EU wanting more authority and individual member states who actually hold all the power.

One of them is Jean-Pol Poncelet, Director General of Foratom, a Brussels-based body that represents the nuclear power industry.

“It’s a bit pathetic to hear today that there’s obvious conflict between Europe and national authorities. We, the industry, are in charge of applying regulations, and we don’t want to be held hostage in a political conflict between the Member States, regulators and the Commission,” said Poncelet.

There is also the question of the cost of safety upgrades.

MEP for the Greens Michèle Rivasi estimates that Brussels is talking about 10 to 25 billion euros for all the plants.

“Between 100 and 200 million per reactor. Can you imagine the cost just to ensure that there’s no a Fukushima in France! The price of nuclear energy will go up and then it’ll be taxpayers who pay,” she added.

In the end, decisions about the cost and scope of work will be taken by individual member states, as Brussels can not impose anything.

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Brussels Forum 2016: The Refugee Crisis: Europe’s Ultimate Stress Test



Introduction:
Daniela Schwarzer

Speakers:
​The Hon. Volkan Bozkir, Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator, Turkey
The Hon. Kristalina Georgieva, Vice-President, Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources
Moderator: Mr. Max Hofmann, European Correspondent, Brussels Bureau Chief, Deutsche Welle