Author: Team Cafe

REPORT: Forget yoga, under-30s use museums and galleries to de-stress

This is what I found on The Guardian: Art-loving young people in Britain use museums and galleries to combat the stress of modern life, a study for a national charity has found. While art fans of all ages feel that looking at paintings and sculptures is a good way to unwind, new figures analysed by the Art Fund show that those under 30 are twice as likely to visit a museum or gallery at least once a month specifically to “de-stress”. In response to the findings, the fund, which buys works of art for the nation and also issues...

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REPORT: Toddler who was born with BACKWARDS LEGS can finally walk

This is what I found on DailyMail: A toddler who was born with backwards legs can finally walk after having life-changing surgery. Victoria Komada, of Norwich, was born with the one-in-a-million birth defect tibial bilateral hemimelia, which caused her to have a missing shinbone in her right leg and a shortened one in her left limb. Her desperate parents Marzena and Dariusz Komada sought the help of eight specialists, who all said amputation was their daughter’s only option. But they eventually found a reconstruction limb specialist in Florida, who implanted a metal frame that gradually coaxed the bones in Victoria’s...

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REPORT: United’s New Polaris Lounge at LAX Is Basically a Spa but With Tacos and Wine

This is what I found on TRAVELANDLEISURE.COM: Los Angeles International Airport is the site of United Airlines’ fifth and newest Polaris lounge. The swanky 12,000-square-foot lounge is the final piece of the airline’s $573-million renovation of Terminal 7 and is open to passengers traveling on international flights in the United Polaris business class cabin. Customers in first or business class on a long-haul international flight on a Star Alliance member airline may access the lounge as well. Located on the upper level, between gates 73 and 75A in Terminal 7 at LAX and accessible via elevator and stairs, the...

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REPORT: A ‘Shark Tank’ entrepreneur tries to land funding for a smoothie shop — that’s operated by a bike

This is what I found on CNBC: With cycling adventures like bike beer tours or trendy workout classes at the peak of popularity, it was only a matter of time before a wide-eyed entrepreneur with a wild idea would create…a bike-blending smoothie bar. Ryan Carpenter, founder of Moberi, touted his pedal-powered superfood shop as a unique interactive experience that’s worth investing in. First, he had to convince the deep pocketed investors on “Shark Tank.” In hopes of getting the healthy company on the map, Carpenter asked the ‘Sharks’ for $50,000, in exchange for a 15 percent stake in his...

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REPORT: Perdue Farms recalls chicken nuggets for possible wood contamination

This is what I found on CBSNEWS.COM: Perdue Farms is recalling more than 68,000 pounds of chicken nuggets because they may be contaminated with wood. The gluten-free Organics Breaded Chicken Breast Nuggets were produced on Oct. 25 and were sold at stores nationwide. They have a UPC bar code of 72745-80656 and the establishment number of P-33944 in the U.S. Agriculture Department inspection mark. The USDA says Perdue received three complaints that wood was found in the nuggets. Perdue says it is recalling the product out of an abundance of caution. In a statement, the USDA says there have been...

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