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Lose Your Inches Without Losing Your Mind

American nutritionist Justine SanFilippo knows how badly a fad diet can harm your health; she has tried too many to count.”I had no energy, my brain was foggy and I had this weird, metallic taste in my mouth,” she writes of one low-carb diet’s effect. 23 more words

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Book review: The Inner Enemies of Democracy, by Tzvetan Todorov

During the early 20th century, French essayist Charles PĆ©guy wrote: “There is in the Declaration of Human Rights enough to make war on everybody for as long as the world lasts!” 17 more words

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a little news from South China

no more moon cakes for me this time but David brought back a copy of yesterday’s South China Morning Post and it’s back page was full of pictures of people celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival, of which making and eating moon cakes is a huge part… 77 more words

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When Social Media Goes Sideways: Man Who Put Dog in Washing Machine Flees Hong Kong

“In his post, Lo comments in Chinese: ‘A super quick way to wash a dog: soak, clean, and dry. All done. Clean and quick!'”

For… 357 more words

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Book review: The 13th Labour of Hercules, by Yannis Palaiologos

Despite narrowly avoiding eurozone expulsion, Greece remains in dire straits. In The 13th Labour of HerculesAthenian reporter Yannis Palaiologos explains how the once-flush, outwardly advanced economy collapsed so fast and stayed down. 7 more words

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Ten tips to avoid winter colds

Adults average about two to four colds a year, according to the British health information site NHS Choices. Catching a cold is a dismal feeling; all that snot makes you feel gross. 30 more words

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China sends armoured carriers into Hong Kong Streets amidst democracy protests

If there is one issue sure to make the business community nervous about the future of Hong Kong, it is the prospect of the leaders in… 576 more words

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