Makeup Artist Appreciation Spa Day and Luncheon with Lancôme– Thursday, February 25 – Vanity Fair will join Lancôme and Clarisonic for a day of pampering hosted by Vanity Fair beauty director SunHee Grinnell at the Ciel Spa, at the SLS Hotel. Hollywood’s top makeup artists will be treated to Lancôme makeup touch-ups and manicures, Clarisonic facials, and a light lunch at this intimate, invitation-only event to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Vanity Fair has announced a star-studded calendar of events for Campaign Hollywood 2016 – its annual, weeklong celebration leading up to the Academy Awards.Vanity Fair Social Club will return for the third consecutive year, this time at PLATFORM, a new creative space in Culver City. Vanity Fair Social Club provides a fun and inspiring space for bloggers and online journalists to write, work, and play while in Los Angeles for the week of the Academy Awards.Vanity Fair and presenting sponsors, Chrysler, FIAT, L’Oreal Paris, Viktor&Rolf, YSL Beauté, Lancôme, Giorgio Armani Beauty, Stuart Weitzman and Barneys will host events throughout the week leading up to the Oscars, highlighting this year’s top films and standout performances, all while benefiting a different charity each night. The Chrysler and FIAT brands have returned for the sixth year as the automotive sponsors of Campaign Hollywood. Stella Artois will be pouring throughout the week at V.F.S.C. and select Campaign Hollywood events.“From the incredible lineup of events to the brand new venue for V.F. Social Club, PLATFORM, this year’s Campaign Hollywood is shaping up to be our best ever,” said Vanity Fair publisher and Chief Revenue Officer Chris Mitchell.V.F. Social Club — the invitation-only space centered around the glamour and excitement of the biggest awards night of the year, and, of course, social media — will take place at PLATFORM from Wednesday, February 24 through Sunday, February 28. Officially opening in Spring 2016, PLATFORM will become a consumer space for specially curated merchants and creative companies. Social Club guests will be treated to sponsor activations including Stella Artois Happy Hours, L’Oréal Paris dry hair styling and makeup touch ups, YSL Beauté makeup appointments, a Viktor&Rolf photo booth and Chrysler car display experiences, as well as the great range of programming V.F. Social Club is known for, including an Oscar predictions panel, one-on-one conversations with today’s industry leaders and discussions with social influencers about the impact and future of social media in Hollywood and beyond. The full schedule of V.F. Social Club events will be announced in the coming weeks.Vanity Fair Social Club and Campaign Hollywood reflect the beauty, art, and excitement of Oscar Week in Hollywood, while spotlighting brands and charities in a way that only Vanity Fair can.The Campaign Hollywood 2016 schedule of events is as follows: Vanity Fair and FIAT Celebrate “Young Hollywood” – Tuesday, February 23 – Vanity Fair executive West Coast editor Krista Smith and Olivia Munn host Vanity Fair and FIAT’s toast to “Young Hollywood” in support of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. This invitation-only event will be held at The Chateau Marmont. D.J. Night with L’Oréal Paris – Friday, February 26 – Actress and musician, Hailee Steinfeld, along with Vanity Fair and L’Oréal Paris, will host an exclusive party at Palihouse in West Hollywood, featuring a D.J. set by Taryn Manning. This invitation-only event will benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner Celebrating “Spotlight”– Wednesday, February 24 – Vanity Fair, Barneys New York and Open Road Films host an intimate dinner at the Chateau Marmont to benefit ProPublica, with Oscar-nominated director and co-writer Tom McCarthy, and cast members including Oscar nominees Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams. Vanity Fair and Stuart Weitzman Luncheon Celebrating Elizabeth Banks – Friday, February 26 – Vanity Fair and Stuart Weitzman will host a private luncheon party at A.O.C. to toast Elizabeth Banks and her success as an actor, director and producer.
VANCOUVER – Premier John Horgan says successive B.C. governments have budgeted “laughable” amounts of money to fight wildfires that are becoming all too common through the ravages of climate change.Horgan said Tuesday during a visit to Prince George that the sky in the northern city turned jet black one morning last week from fires burning in nearby communities.“We have serious challenges for public health and we need to adapt our policy making, working with all levels of government to make sure that as we go forward we’re better prepared,” said Horgan, flanked by federal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, Mayor Lyn Hall and Grand Chief Ed John of the First Nations Summit.“Clearly, we are going to overshoot the budget again this year, which has happened repeatedly,” Horgan said, adding both federal and provincial governments must ensure adequate resources are available to safeguard communities.He said wildfires prompted an unprecedented second state of emergency in the province in the last 12 months after floods this spring, but he’s confident there’s enough contingency in the budget to provide the needed support.Canadian Armed Forces troops have been deployed to B.C. during the floods and wildfires this year, as well as for fires in 2017.Sajjan said troops have increasingly responded to disasters across Canada as climate change takes a toll on the environment.“We as a government do realize that we need to take steps in terms of how do we mitigate some of these things as we work very closely in trying to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, do our part as the rest of the world needs to do theirs.”British Columbia budgeted $63 million for wildfire suppression for the 2018-19 season but has already spent $274 million, according to figures from the Forests Ministry. It said last year’s budget allocated the same amount of money, but the firefighting efforts cost $649 million.More than 2,000 evacuees headed to Prince George after being ordered out because of an 850-square-kilometre blaze threatening an area from Fraser Lake to Fort St. James.Smoke from distant wildfires is forcing residents in parts of the province to stay indoors, especially if they have pre-existing conditions such as asthma, and tourism is being affected where skies are hazy.Teck Resources temporarily shut down its lead smelting operations in Trail, saying a supplier plant that provides oxygen is closed due to poor air quality that is affecting lead smelting.As part of the city’s wildfire prevention program that started in 2005, Hall said the community will discuss what steps it can take to mitigate future wildfires, including clearing the forest floor of debris.Lori Daniels, an ecology professor at the University of British Columbia’s faculty of forestry, said only about one third of B.C. communities have wildfire prevention plans though the risk of such disasters is increasing.She said it’s time for the public to support initiatives including tree removal in forests close to homes as climate change creates hotter, drier conditions after decades of fire suppression policies that led to an accumulation of dead trees and twigs that act as fuel for fires that can quickly get out of control.“This is an issue for all of us who live near burnable vegetation, which is pretty much a large proportion of Canadians, even in urban areas where we have forests that could catch on fire with these extreme weather conditions,” Daniels said.Community wildfire prevention plans would assess hazards, including small and big trees that need to be cut down in areas where homes are built close to forested areas, she said.“In many places in B.C., the forests adjacent to communities are so dense that even when you drop water on them from a water bomber the water all stays at the top of the trees and never makes it to the ground where the fire is travelling.”Logan Lake fire Chief Daniel Leighton said the community began a wildfire prevention program with provincial grants after extensive fires in the province in 2003 during a record-dry summer.He said the current program involves youth employed through a summer job-creation initiative that has them trimming branches and picking up debris to rid the forest floor of fuel.Between 150 to 180 hectares have been treated by hand since 2003 though small amounts of land are also clearcut, he said, adding that part of the program was a “hard sell” for people opposed to logging that’s done through a corporation set up to put money back into the community.“Once you start cutting down trees and thinning them down some people don’t like it, although they don’t like the fires either. But the last few years have been an awakening for some people.”He said public meetings provided residents with information about the benefits of the program that has attracted attention from other jurisdictions wanting to follow suit, including Colorado, Ontario and elsewhere in B.C., where similar but much smaller programs exist in a few areas including Kamloops, Merritt and some ski resorts.— Follow @CamilleBains1 on Twitter.
Student Kristina Wamboldt (right) was one of several representatives from Brock University at a recent meeting in Niagara-on-the-Lake of social sciences and humanities researchers from different universities and agencies.What will you look like in 2030? What will Canada look like? What will be your – and your fellow Canadians’ – needs, trends, aspirations that researchers will aim to address?Representatives from six southern Ontario universities, advocacy groups and the private sector hashed out these and other questions at the one-day “Imagining Canada’s Future” meeting in Niagara-on-the-Lake Sept. 21.“The future is all about ideas,” Gary Libben, Brock’s Vice-President of Research, told the gathering. “And knowledge created within the social sciences and humanities is key to building the future for the young people in this room.”Organized and hosted by Brock University, the meeting is part of a process to advise the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) on future research priorities.Participants expressed a wide array of worries about the future: Canada’s rapidly-depleting natural resource base, the increase of foreign control over these natural resources, sustaining a delicate health-care system, invasion of privacy through technology, and the destruction of the environment.That last point is especially urgent for Brock University Aboriginal PhD student Catherine Longboat.“Just last week I saw little trees – piles and piles of these little trees, whereas before on the logging trucks there were maybe 10 big trees,” she said.“I see clear-cutting on traditional lands. They (my community) already had a lot of understanding about why the trees had to be there in order to keep the water. And now I see the water levels are very low.”But out of these various concerns arose trends for the future.For Brock student Kristina Wamboldt, it’s going beyond a chalk-and-chalkboard approach in the classroom.“Technology really allows you the opportunity to hit those different types of learners at their strong points,” Wamboldt said. “Visual learners can see something happening on a YouTube video.“And then there’s the auditory learners. Teachers can give their instructions over the Internet so the students can listen to it again at home to jog their memory while they’re doing their practice work. Also, there are computer games that can be used in multiple subjects.”Besides advising SSHRC on future research trends, the meeting aimed to address an even more fundamental challenge: the need for investment in social science and humanities research.University of Guelph’s vice-president of research Kevin Hall says that for him, a holistic view of what constitutes “quality of life” is what counts.“It’s not all about technology improving the quality of life, it’s about understanding our social systems, looking at health prevention, health policy, fine and performing arts, all these things enhance our life,” Hall said.Many of the participants noted a bias in society favouring medical, technological or other natural sciences research.“There’s no question that without social science and humanities research, much of the other research that we do has no real impact,” said Wendy Cukier Ryerson University’s vice-president of research and innovation.“If you think about technological innovation, that depends not just on inventing technology, but on using those technologies appropriately, developing markets for those technologies, understanding how users will interact with the technologies.”SSHRC is the federal agency that disperses grants for research in the humanities and social sciences at the post-secondary level. In the 2010-2011 funding year, the value of all grants, fellowships, and scholarships supported totaled $332.4 million.In 2011 – 2012, the federal funding agency awarded $1.4 million in grants to 76 Brock University researchers.
SASKATOON — Legal marijuana shops in Saskatoon could face a potential financial buzz kill.The city is considering a $20,000 licensing fee for a pot shop’s first year of operation and a $10,000 annual renewal charge.Why so high?The usual licensing fee to open other types of commercial businesses in Saskatoon is $125.Randy Grauer, general manager of Saskatoon’s community services department, said the substantial fees would reflect the cost of administering this new and complex type of business.If approved by city council, the fees would be part of Saskatoon’s cannabis licence bylaw.“This business environment was thrust upon municipalities and the licence fees reflect our costs,” Grauer said in a statement Tuesday.Recreational cannabis is to be legalized later this year by the federal government.Cierra Sieben-Chuback, a business school graduate who obtained one of the provincial permits to operate a cannabis retail shop in Saskatoon, said such fees would be a challenge.“It won’t prohibit me from opening,” she said. “But it’s a matter of how long it’ll take me to break even.”So far seven pot business licences have been approved for Saskatoon.A report from the city administration also suggests cannabis retailers should be required to install air filtration systems to minimize odours around neighbouring properties.The proposals are to be brought to a Saskatoon city council committee on Wednesday.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left, standing) delivers remarks at Palace of Justice during his trip to Seychelles. UN Photo/Mark Garten. “In today’s world, we are all interconnected. Problems and challenges are never confined to one country or region. Insecurity is spreading. Massive inequality persists, among people and nations,” said said Mr. Ban, stressing that too many people in too many places are excluded because of their race, religion, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and other differences.Moreover, he noted that violent extremists are committing atrocities designed to divide and destroy communities. Criminal networks are exploiting lawlessness and chaos and building links with terrorists, to traffic people, illegal drugs and weapons, and to hide their profits, he added. “These problems require cooperation and coordination, in a global response. The United Nations is the forum where we seek solutions,” the Secretary-General said, praising Seychelles’ strong democratic record, its efforts to secure political progress for women, measures to protect the environment – half the archipelago’s land and one third of its vast marine territory are already protected – and to promote the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). At the same time, Mr. Ban spotlighted key issues on the UN’s agenda that would require Seychelles’ ongoing commitment and support, starting with climate change. Recalling that last month, the UN had broken the record for the highest number of countries to sign any treaty or convention in one day when world leaders gathered at UN Headquarters on 22 April to sign the Paris Agreement on climate change. “Seychelles was one of them, and you went on to become the 16 country to ratify immediately as you sign this agreement. Congratulations and thank you very much for your leadership,” said the UN chief, also hailing the nation’s leadership and influence in urging other governments to ratify the accord as soon as possible, as 55 countries, representing 55 per cent of total global greenhouse gas emissions, are needed for the agreement to enter into force. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon feeds a giant tortoise during his visit to the Botanical Gardens in Victoria, Seychelles. The giant Aldabra tortoise is on the list of vulnerable species. UN Photo/Mark Garten. Mr. Ban next turned to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, “with its 17 Goals – we call them SDGs – is our Declaration of Interdependence.” As the world is becoming more interdependent, among those 17 Goals, none could be implemented in isolation. “All these 17 Goals […] are tightly interconnected,” he underscored, adding that he Agenda, is a “universal project” that aims to enable all people to live in dignity, on a healthy planet.“But for island States, climate action and sustainable development are a matter of survival. They are two mutually reinforcing sides of the same coin,” said the UN chief, noting that storms, coastal erosion and rising sea levels can halt and reverse sustainable development initiatives in a matter of hours or days. Indeed, SDG 14 on conserving and using oceans and marine resources for sustainable development carries particular resonance for Seychelles and other island nations.“The true test of this new agenda will be in its implementation. We need action from everyone, everywhere. All sectors of society must be involved: government, businesses and civil society,” he said, welcoming the role of parliamentarians in beginning to engage on the SDGs more than a year ago. Further, Seychelles’ ‘Blue Economy’ initiative is drawing the world’s attention by linking the alleviation of poverty and improved food security with reduced environmental risks and ecological imbalances. As for his last key point, the Secretary-General drew attention to the unprecedented numbers of people in urgent need of humanitarian aid around the world. “Today’s refugees are caught up in the biggest displacement crisis of our era. I have been calling on leaders around the world, even in countries that have not been directly touched by this global phenomenon, to respond with compassion and respect for human rights,” he explained.Mr. Ban noted that on September 19th of this year, the UN General Assembly will hold a summit to address large movements of migrants and refugees across the world – and the need for shared responsibility. Moreover, later this month, on May 23rd and 24th, I am convening the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey.“World leaders will make commitments to uphold humanitarian law, to protect civilians in conflict, and to improve the global response to the 125 million people who need urgent humanitarian aid,” said Mr. Ban, stressing that this number – 125 million – is the largest ever since the end of the Second World War.“I count on Seychelles to engage in these important events,” he said, noting that from his first days in office in 2007, he had made climate change a top priority. “During the years of discussion, one thing has become very clear to me. Small States have big ideas and big political will. Your experiences, commitment and insights have been invaluable, he said, stressing: “When you are united, small states can change the world.”Speaking directly to the young people sitting in the National Assembly today, he said the United Nations sees youths not as leaders of tomorrow, but as leaders today. “We are working with young men and women around the world on initiatives to build peace, to create jobs and to fight violent extremism. As you look to the future, I urge you to lift your eyes above the immediate horizon and become global citizens, demonstrating your allegiance not only to your immediate community, but to the wider world,” said the Secretary-General.
Jayne Stewart and Roland Erman of the Brock University Students’ Union show off one of the Isaac’s Army T-shirts that will be distributed during O-Week.It’s one name. Six letters. And already, it’s generated more buzz for Brock’s O-Week than the Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU) could have hoped for.Avicii, a Swedish DJ and electronic music wunderkind, will play in Weatherstation Field during O-Week, and the interest has been intense. From the moment the rumour started that Avicii was coming, BUSU started fielding emails and Twitter messages asking if it was true.Avicii. Source: avicii.com“When it was announced, the emails started flooding in within the first hour from students asking how they could get tickets,” said Roland Erman, BUSU special events co-ordinator. “We had a student drive here from Mississauga just to make sure she got a ticket.”Avicii, whose stage name is inspired by the term for the lowest level of Hell in Buddhism, will play at Brock a day before his 22nd birthday. Thedjlist.com ranks him as one of the top 50 DJs in the world.His thumping electronic music is popular with people in their late teens – one of the target groups for orientation week. His show is only open to Brock students, but Erman has gotten a number of emails and calls from other people trying to get into the show.“Every day I’m getting questions,” he said.Avicii will headline O-Week with the Canadian band The Trews and rapper Classified. Avicii will play on Wednesday, Sept. 7 with the gates opening at 6:30 p.m. Classified and The Trews will play on Saturday, Sept. 10 with gates opening at 5 p.m.All of the concerts will finish by 11 p.m., said Jayne Stewart, BUSU’s Vice-President of Student Services. Even with the exciting lineup, the goal is to be good neighbours.“Noise is a huge factor we take into consideration when planning events,” she said.That pleases Curtis Gadula, manager of Off-Campus Living and Neighbourhood Relations. Gadula knows O-Week will lead to partying, and partying will lead to phone calls from the community.But Brock also uses the week to reach out to neighbours, he said. His office will distribute welcome wagon bags to local landlords and students living off campus with information such as local bylaws and how to be respectful of neighbours. It will also distribute the Good Neighbour Guide to 45,000 nearby homes.“The goal of any of the initiatives is to improve the lines of communication between students, landlords and residents,” Gadula said.When there are calls, “we act as quickly as possible.”O-Week is a huge endeavor each year, with hundreds of student volunteers. Stewart and Erman are particularly happy with the giveaways this year, the result of raising $50,000 worth of sponsorships. Student prizes range from vacations to an eight-month lease on a car.Other highlights of the week include:Residence move in day – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.See Red kick off party on Monday, Sept. 5 from 7:30 to 8 p.m.the Rock the Red Tower Party on Monday, Sept. 5 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.Mock Residence Room Live Burn on Monday, Sept. 5 at 8:15 p.m. in parking lot D. Two mock residence rooms will be lit on fire to demonstrate how quickly fire can spread.academic orientations on Wednesday, Sept. 7Residence campus tours from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. meeting in the gazebo outside Vallee ResidenceDurex Presents Condom Poker Casino Night on Thursday, Sept. 8Shineday 2011 on Saturday, Sept. 10 when students raise money for cystic fibrosis researchThe events are designed to provide a venue so new and older students get to know each other, Stewart said.“We want to provide an alternative to them sitting in their rooms.”For a full schedule, visit BUSU’s O-Week website. Avicii tickets – for Brock students only – are available by calling 905-688-5550 x3257.
Then-junior midfielder Yianni Saris (6) dribbles the ball in an exhibition game against IPFW Aug. 20, 2013. OSU won 2-0. Credit: Lantern file photoThe Ohio State men’s soccer team is undefeated no more.OSU (2-1-3, 1-1-0) hung around with Penn State (6-0-1, 2-0-0) throughout much of the Sunday afternoon contest, but ultimately fell to the Big Ten leaders, 1-0.The trip to State College, Pa., was one that the Buckeyes knew all week would not be an easy one, junior defender Kyle Culbertson said.“We’re just looking forward to Penn State, knowing it’s going to be a hard game,” he said before the game. “I know they’re ranked pretty high in the country and also No. 1 in the conference, so I know it’s going to be a tough game. They’ve done well in the conference the last two years and kind of set the standard for everyone else.”The Nittany Lions, the two-time defending Big Ten champions, came into the game ranked No. 10 in the nation.Penn State scored the game’s lone goal late in the 63rd minute, when redshirt-junior midfielder Kyle MacDonald deposited a pass into an empty net.The net was abandoned because OSU redshirt-senior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov scrambled out to knock the ball away from sophomore forward Connor Maloney. Holloway was able to pass across to MacDonald, who put it into the far post.The goal was the first of MacDonald’s collegiate career.The Buckeyes only managed to register three shots on goal, with none representing a real scoring opportunity.OSU was outshot, 22-6, overall by the heavy-powered Penn State offense, which has scored at least one goal in each of its seven games this season.Senior goalkeeper Andrew Wolverton picked up his fifth shutout of the season to remain undefeated. Wolverton has yet to allow a goal this season, as the only score Penn State has allowed came after Wolverton received a red card Sept. 8.Ivanov made 10 saves in the defeat, a season high. Ivanov had only made 19 saves through the first five games, including not needing to make one in a shutout victory against Northwestern Sept. 14. That comes after making 110 saves last season, ranking fifth in the nation.OSU is scheduled to take a break from Big Ten play this week to host Akron on Wednesday before heading back on the road to travel to University of Dayton on Saturday. Those games are set to begin at 7 p.m. and 1 p.m., respectively.
A Mediterranean diet could be better than statins at reducing the risk of an early death for millions of Britons, research suggests.Leading heart experts said patients should be prescribed the diet – rich in fruit, vegetables, fish, nuts, whole grains and olive oil – before being put on drugs.In the first major study to look at the impact of the Med diet on survival of heart patients, experts found it cut the chances of early death by 37 per cent.Previous research has found just taking statins cuts mortality by 18 per cent. Experts said the figures were not directly comparable, and that many heart patients could get maximum benefit by doing both. The Mediterranean diet is widely recognised as one of the healthier nutrition habits in the worldProfessor Giovanni de Gaetano Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Doctors should “consider diet before drugs” and the state should subsidise fruit and vegetables to encourage Britons towards healthier diets, he said.“The National Health Service pays for drugs, but it doesn’t pay for vegetables,” he said. “The state should consider contributing towards those foods that make up the Mediterranean diet.”While many patients might still need statins, those sticking to such habits might be able to have a far lower dose, reducing the risk of any side-effects such as muscle pain.”It could allow patients to get the benefits of statins but without the side-effects,” he said, urging doctors and patients to think far more about lifestyle. Prof de Gaetano said: ”This was an observational study so we cannot say that the effect is causal. We expect that dietary effects on mediators common to chronic diseases such as inflammation might result in the reduction of mortality from any cause but further research is needed.”British experts said the “powerful anti-inflammatory effects” of foods such as olive oil, oily fish, nuts and vegetables was likely to make the difference. Dr Aseem Malhotra, a London cardiologist, said: “The results of this robust observational study are quite extraordinary.“The Mediterranean diet is more powerful than any drug at reducing death rates in patients with cardiovascular disease.”Prof Jeremy Pearson, Associate Medical Director of the British Heart Foundation, said: “It is good to know that even if you already have a history of cardiovascular disease, adhering to a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of death.”This study suggests that even if you are already receiving medical care, if you add a Mediterranean diet, it will have further benefit. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, even if you have had a heart attack or stroke is really important and continues to benefit you.” But they said the results were so remarkable that the state should consider handing out free fruit and vegetables, or subsidising such produce, to encourage the public to change its eating habits. Seven million people in Britain live with heart disease.The diet regime is already known to have a powerful protective effect against a number of diseases, including diabetes and cancer. Experts hailed the new findings, presented at the world’s biggest heart conference in Rome, Italy, as “extraordinary”, showing that the diet was “more powerful than any drug”.High consumption of vegetables had the greatest impact on survival, followed by oily fish intake, amount of fruit eaten and consumption of mono-unsaturated fat, found in olive oil.Professor Giovanni de Gaetano, head of the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention at the IRCCS Neuromed Institute in Italy, said: “We found that among those with a higher adherence to the Mediterranean diet, death from any cause was reduced by 37 per cent in comparison to those who poorly adhered to this dietary regime. The study tracked 1,200 Italians with heart disease over seven years, and participants recorded their food intake. Adherence to the Mediterranean diet was appraised under a nine-point scoring system. Over seven years, there were 208 deaths.After controlling for age, sex, education, exercise, smoking, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, diabetes and cancer, a two-point increase in the Mediterranean diet score was linked with a 21 per cent reduced risk of death.The closest adherence to the Mediterranean diet was associated with a 37 per cent lower risk of death compared with the bottom category. A previous study of 92 trials involving 200,000 patients found that people with heart disease were 18 per cent less likely to die early if they took statins.Researchers said the next step would be to investigate why exactly the Mediterranean diet appears to reduce the risk of dying early. “The Mediterranean diet is widely recognised as one of the healthier nutrition habits in the world.”In fact, many scientific studies have shown that a traditional Mediterranean lifestyle is associated with a lower risk of various chronic diseases and, more importantly, of death from any cause.”But so far research has focused on the general population, which is mainly composed of healthy people. What happens to people who have already suffered from cardiovascular disease? Is the Mediterranean diet optimal for them too?”He said the research suggested exactly this, with the Mediterranean diet showing a “powerful” effect, cutting deaths from all causes.
The appearance of Cage, who owns a home in Somerset, caused a stir on social media with star-spotters expressing their excitement on Twitter: He is one of the world’s best known actors. But Nicolas Cage had a down-to-earth afternoon – when he made an impromptu visit to a pet store in the West Country.The 53-year-old Hollywood superstar dropped into the Somerset shop on Thursday. It is not known if he bought anything or was just browsing.Wearing a fedora hat, he posed for a picture with staff at Not Just Pets, in Frome.Staff posted the picture on Facebook, joking that he was “Gone in 60 Seconds” – a reference to the 2000 film Cage starred in. 😲Omg. 😲Nicholas Cage was in Frome. My friend works in the Pet shop in town and they had a pic took with him. So blooming lucky 🍀 she is xx— Sarah Evans (@iamsarahxx) June 29, 2017 On Facebook, Sara Butler-Bartholomew posted: “Jamie missed him by ten minutes! I can’t believe it I love this man.”Another Facebook user, Roxanne Pixiedust, wrote: “Wow oh man what time was this! Might have just missed him!” And Tracey Rupp Rawlins wrote: “Awesome!” Lisa Baker said: ” Wow he’s yummy love him.”Cage bought a cottage in the Somerset village of Baltonsborough, near Glastonbury, in 2006. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
SOUTH AFRICA POLICE have appointed a new lead investigator to the probe into the death of Reeva Steenkamp.Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius stands accused of pre-meditated murder in relation to the fatal shooting of his 29-year-old model and law graduate girlfriend on 14 February.Officer Hilton Botha was removed from the top job after the DPP reinstated attempted murder charges against him in recent days.“We recognise the significance, the importance… and the severity of the matter,” police commissioner Mangwashi Phiyega said, announcing that the case had been assigned to a lieutenant general.It is understood that Botha will no longer lead the investigation but could still be involved as he has not been suspended.The force has been criticised in South Africa, accused of “bungling” the case against Pistorius. Earlier today it emerged that investigators are yet to receive the telephone records of both the suspect and the victim in the inquiry.Pistorius’s lawyers were also able to poke holes in many of the prosecution’s arguments in court over the past three days because of perceived police shortcomings.The bail hearing was adjourned this afternoon, meaning it will stretch into a fourth day. Proceedings resume at 8am Irish time Friday.
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