Catégorie : Lifestyle

Sensoria, VIVOBAREFOOT Partner On IOT-Enabled Shoe To Promote Healthier Running Score 80%

Sensoria, VIVOBAREFOOT Partner On IOT-Enabled Shoe To Promote Healthier Running

At its core, running is one of the simplest sports for anyone to participate in. The equipment is relatively basic, and you can do it basically anywhere in the world in different capacities. Of course, running at a world-class level takes a large scale commitment and tools needed to improve your performance, but running’s overall simplicity to the consumer at large is why it is so widely participated and enjoyed by many.

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Germans cheer new landmark as Hamburg concert hall opens Score 67%

Germans cheer new landmark as Hamburg concert hall opens

Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie concert hall opens on Wednesday, delivering one of Germany’s most prestigious 21st century cultural projects – albeit some seven years late and busting its budget.
The new landmark, with a red-brick base and glass structure on top, curved windows and a roof that resembles the crest of a wave, is built on a 1960s warehouse that stored tea, tobacco and cocoa.

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Stay away from licorice if you’re trying for a baby, new study suggests Score 80%

Stay away from licorice if you’re trying for a baby, new study suggests

If you’re trying for a baby, stay away from licorice – a compound in the food could tamper with hormone production and your ovaries, a new study is warning.
American doctors out of the University of Illinois say that high levels of isoliquiritigenin (or iso), a compound found in licorice, affects key genes tied to producing hormones. A specific gene for aromatase – an enzyme that helps to convert testosterone to estrogen – drops by 50 per cent or more, they say.

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Aston Martin’s First Real Estate Project Is Coming to Miami Score 80%

Aston Martin’s First Real Estate Project Is Coming to Miami

Luxury carmaker Aston Martin has announced its first-ever real estate project: a 66-story residential tower in Miami.
Overlooking Biscayne Bay, Aston Martin Residences was conceived by the British brand in partnership with G and G Business Developments, owned by Argentina’s prominent Coto family. The real estate company purchased the 1.25-acre site—located on the Miami River at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way—for a record-breaking $125 million in 2014.

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