Our bodies need healthy nutrients. Ophthalmologists were looking for the best food to maintain the eyes. They conclude in this research that the Mediterranean diet with lots of fruit and vegetables olive oil and some meat, fish and red wine, is best to protect our eyes. The good news is that other parts of our body respond positively as well to the same diet. The conclusion is that good food with lots of nutrients determines our health. And as simple as that sounds, there's still a way to go. Check out the food served in hospitals...

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Lego created this toy windmill for fellow Danish corporation, Vestas, in a limited edition. It became very popular and people now pay unto $1,000 for the windmill in online auctions. The popularity of the sustainability toy has made Lego decide to relaunch the windmill. From Black Friday onwards it will be available again.

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They fall from trees and we call them leaves. That's actually a good name: we need to leave these gifts of nature because they fertilize the soil. This piece of research is not so surprising. And guess what, if you let leaves do what they are supposed to do, you make a major contribution to reducing noise pollution in your community too.

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The fountain of youth is hidden in nature: in fruits and vegetables. But scientists keep getting a better understanding of the molecules that play critical roles in the (anti) aging process. They have now discovered a natural flavonoid found in many fruits and vegetables, fisetin, that functions as an effective anti-aging agent by clearing out damaged aging cells, improving health and extending lifespan.

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You may think that it doesn't make a big difference to pay $500 every month to lease a car. After all, it is nice to drive a new car. But here's the math: if you pay $500 a month for a car for 30 years, you end up paying $180,000 just for driving a new car. If you drive an old car instead and invest the saved money ($250 or more) you will be much better of 30 years from now.

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An ambulance ride of just a few miles can cost thousands of dollars, and a lot of it may not be covered by insurance. With ride-hailing services like Uber or Lyft far cheaper and now available within minutes in many areas, would using one instead be a good idea? Perhaps surprisingly, the answer in many cases is yes.

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Brooke Waterman shuts the lights off in her classroom and the students settle in. Some sit with their legs crisscrossed.

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Ciel & Terre USA recently announced the completion of a new 252 kW floating photovoltaic power system for the Lake County Special Districts on behalf of Kelseyville County Waterworks District #3.

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The version of Autopilot that Elon Musk has long promised would make Tesla cars capable of driving themselves is reportedly being handed over to a small group of employees for testing, according to an internal email obtained by Bloomberg. In the email, Musk promised there were about 100 spots available in the testing program, and that he would take volunteers on a “first come, first served basis.

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In the aftermath of flooding from Hurricane Florence, which saw 3.4 million chickens and 5,500 pigs drown as a result of being abandoned and trapped in pens throughout farms in North Carolina recently, fecal waste escaped into the water system.

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