DO YOU think you can crack this Easter egg puzzle? By Christine Younan / Published 29th March 2018 SWNS EASTER EGG: Can you spot all the chocolates in this brainteaser? The children in this picture are hunting for ten chocolate eggs and it’ll take more than a glance to find them all.The brainteaser, which was created by parenting site Channel Mum, is meant to be for children but it has left some parents baffled.So, can you spot all 10 eggs? Can you work out what is going on? Can you work out what these hilarious images are showing? 1 / 12 Imgur An image of what appears to show a gorilla walking across a beach has left the internet scractching its head as they try to work out what's going on in the photo Don’t worry if you haven’t been able to crack it, the second photo has circled all of the festive Easter eggs.If this puzzle triggered your sweet tooth, Daily Star Online put 15 of the best Easter eggs on the market to the test … [Read more...] about People are baffled by this Easter brainteaser – can YOU spot the 10 chocolate eggs?
A new pill mimics the effects of a crash diet and slashes the risk of a heart attack by up to 25 per cent, a study claims. The tablet contains nicotinomide riboside, a form of vitamin B3, that is advertised as promoting endurance, energy and healthy ageing. And a new study, involving 24 lean and healthy volunteers, found taking it twice a day can reverse cardiovascular ageing. It works in the same way as a calorie restricted diet, which boosts the health of blood vessels and reduces blood pressure in middle aged patients. A twice daily pill of a natural supplement can reverse cardiovascular ageing, new study claims Recreating the effects of fasting Studies have shown restricting calories can fend off physiological signs of ageing. Studies in fruit flies, roundworms, rodents and even people showed chronically slashing intake by about a third can reap myriad health benefits and, in some cases, extend lifespan. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next … [Read more...] about ‘Fasting’ supplement reduces people’s heart attack risk by up to 25%
With just 12 months to go to Brexit, the UK is now bracing itself for the unknown. It was Conservative Prime Minister, Edward Heath, who took the country into what was then known as the European Economic Community in January 1973. And it will be another Conservative Prime Minister, Theresa May, who will take us out on March 29, 2019. The implications for young and old, businesses and unions, workers and bosses are enormous. Brexit Will be triggered 0 Days 0 Hours 0 minutes 0 Seconds Here the people of the North East, in their own words, talk about their hopes and fears as the historic event looms ever larger. Julie Underwood - International trade director at North East England Chamber of Commerce Current confidence amongst North East business remains high, but Brexit has emerged as a pressing concern. A recent Chamber survey indicated that changes to the EU-UK relationship was the second most influential factor, behind increased demand, for their future trading … [Read more...] about What the people of the North East think about Brexit
Eamon McCay from Frylite listens to the speakers at the Brexit meeting in the Fir Trees hotel. DR62 FIGURES discussed at a recent Brexit meeting in Strabane have shown that thousands of people cross the local border on a daily basis. According to statistics from the Department of Infrastructure, in any given 12 hour weekday there are 4,000 journeys from Strabane to the south and 6,700 journeys from the South to Strabane. This represented over 1,850 motorists making a daily journey from Strabane to Ballybofey, 1,210 to Raphoe and 340 to Letterkenny. In addition, 2,970 journeys are made daily from Ballybofey to Strabane and 1,930 from Raphoe to Strabane. Overall, motorists coming to and from Ballybofey, Letterkenny and Raphoe accounted for the bulk of daily border crossings to and from Strabane. Explaining the figures at last week’s Brexit meeting in the Fir Trees, Ulster University Senior Economist Dr Eoin Magennis felt the effect on cross-border commuters in the … [Read more...] about Figures reveal over 10,000 daily crossings locally
As markets closed on Friday to cap one of the worst weeks for stocks in years, the mood couldn't have been worse. The U.S. was talking about imposing stiff tariffs on Chinese goods, and China was talking about scaling back purchases of U.S. Treasuries in response. And just as talk of another potential "Black Monday" was making the rounds, Steven Mnuchin of all people quelled the nerves.he’s optimistic the U.S. can reach an agreement with China that will avert the need for President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on at least $50 billion of goods from the country. And just like that stocks were off to the races, gaining the most since 2015 as the S&P 500 soared 2.72 percent. The rebound was aided by the sense that the recent selloff has made stocks a bargain. At about 16.6 times this year's estimated earnings, the S&P 500 ended last week at the cheapest in two years. As recently as late December, the index was trading at a lofty 20 times expected earnings. … [Read more...] about The Daily Prophet: Stock Traders Put Faith in Mnuchin’s Hopes