Vitamin D deficiency linked to increased dementia and stroke risk

Over 55 million people globally live with dementia, with researchers estimating that number to grow to 78 million by 2030. Researchers from the University of South Australia uncovered evidence linking vitamin D deficiency to an increased risk for dementia and stroke. Scientists agree more research is required to fully understand the link between vitamin D … Read more

Industry Report, Top Companies, Demand and Forecast by 2027 – San Juan Independent

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Africa Non-Alcoholic Beverages Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027,” The Africa non-alcoholic beverages market is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 9.4% during 2022-2027. Non-alcoholic beverages are temperance drinks that are either alcohol-free or have less than 0.5 percent of liquor volume. … Read more

Inflation and Commodity Prices • farmdoc daily

Inflation rates have reached relatively high levels recently, raising questions about inflation’s impacts on corn and soybean prices. Overall, there is a weak positive correlation between inflation and commodity prices. We present a history of inflation rates based on year-over-year percent change in consumer price index, corn and soybean prices, and then discuss linkages between … Read more

How to Stop Russia’s Plan for Global Food Chaos

About 25 million tons of grain now sit in Ukrainian silos blockaded by Russian ships. By disrupting global food and energy supplies, the Kremlin seeks to spark multiple international crises, forcing the West to pressure Ukraine into negotiations. The US should spoil Russia’s strategy by establishing a maritime corridor with a naval coalition of the … Read more

Looking to give this summer? Here’s what homeless service providers could use in King County

The Seattle Times’ Project Homeless is funded by BECU, Campion Foundation, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Raikes Foundation, Seattle Foundation and the University of Washington. The Seattle Times maintains editorial control over Project Homeless content. With the arrival of semi-warmer weather and the official start of summer, homeless service organizations are asking for donations … Read more

Newcomer to a country struggling with inflation

Inflation has reached a record high in Canada. Behind the figures, there are humans who suffer the consequences. But not everyone is equal in the face of the rising cost of living. Fifth portrait in a series on the faces of inflation. At the cafeteria of the William-Hingston community center in the Parc-Extension district of … Read more

Our favorite Instant Pot accessories

Your Instant Pot can wear many hats — time to get the most out of this multipurpose machine. (Photo: Amazon) This will probably come as no shock to you, but I absolutely love my Instant Pot — the ubiquitous kitchen marvel that can do everything from pressure cook to whip up yogurt. But what May … Read more

Cyber ​​Dating in Occitanie 2022. In the event of a crisis, “people first”

Cybersecurity, a dry and technical subject? The speakers of the eighth edition of the RCO did everything to prove the opposite, by highlighting in particular during their discussions, the impact of cyberattacks on women and men. “Trauma”: this word came up many times. By attacking their daily work tool, cybercriminals indeed plunge employees into “fear”, … Read more