French striker Kylian Mbappé, the youngest player since Brazilian’s Pele to score in the World Cup final, comes from a mixed Algerian and Cameroonian background. N’Golo Kanté’s parents came from Mali. Paul Pogba’s parents are Guinean. The winning French team is a tribute to immigration and a world becoming one.

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Regular orange eaters are 60 percent less likely to develop a macular disease, one of the most common eye problems that can lead to blindness as we get older, a new research study has discovered. The study tracked the eating habits of more than 2,000 people aged 50 and over for 15 years. The participants were eating other healthy foods and drinks, and especially those that contain anti-inflammatory flavonoids, such as tea, apples and red wine, but it was only those who regularly ate oranges that reduced their chances of macular degeneration.

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The potential for offshore wind farms is massive. Here’s the latest example: The national electric company of the Netherlands is now planning a wind farm that will produce 30 gigawatts, enough to power a city of 20 million people. The size of the Dutch project is almost 50 times bigger than the current largest wind farm in the world, the London Array, located in the outer Thames Estuary.

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A new 1-billion-dollar solar project near Las Vegas aims to help light up the Strip and other parts of Nevada, California, and Arizona as early as 2020. The proposed project on almost 44,000 acres would be one of the largest in the United States.

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Most of us don’t get enough good sleep. And that’s a problem for our health. Good, restful sleep requires caring for all senses (ok, you can’t taste while you sleep). Here’s how to organize your bedroom for a great night’s sleep.

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