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  • Boeing agrees to pay $200 million for misleading the public about the 737 Max

    Boeing agrees to pay $200 million for misleading the public about the 737 Max

    The company and Muilenburg agreed to settle charges of violating the antifraud provisions of US securities laws, but they did not admit or deny the SEC's allegations. Boeing agreed to pay a $200 million settlement and Muilenburg agreed to pay $1 million.

  • Want to lower your risk of early death? 3 activities are most beneficial, study says

    Want to lower your risk of early death? 3 activities are most beneficial, study says

    The study analyzed responses from over 272,000 people between the ages of 59 and 82 who completed questionnaires about their leisure time activities.The study researchers followed participants for a dozen or so years and analyzed health records for deaths from cancer, heart disease and any caus...

  • Just 2 minutes of walking after eating can help blood sugar, study says

    Just 2 minutes of walking after eating can help blood sugar, study says

    Standing after a meal can help, but not as much as putting one foot in front of the other, said study coauthor Aidan Buffey.The meta-analysis, published in February, analyzed seven studies comparing the impact of sitting, standing and walking on the body’s insulin and blood sugar levels.

  • 3 baby chimps were kidnapped from a sanctuary, their abductors are demanding a ransom

    3 baby chimps were kidnapped from a sanctuary, their abductors are demanding a ransom

    Kidnappers broke into the sanctuary around 3 a.m. on September 9, Chantereau said and took away three of the five baby chimpanzees that he had rescued so far this year – César, Hussein and Monga. He later found the other two hiding in the kitchen.The kidnappers claimed to have drugged the chimps and...

  • Walking can lower risk of early death, but there’s more to it than number of steps, study finds

    Walking can lower risk of early death, but there’s more to it than number of steps, study finds

    Health benefits rose with every step, the study found but peaked at 10,000 steps – after that the effects faded.Counting steps may be especially important for people who do unstructured, unplanned physical activity such as housework, gardening and dog walks.Del Pozo Cruz and his team recently p...

  • 9 habits linked to a longer, happier life

    9 habits linked to a longer, happier life

    Living life to the fullest starts with paying attention to your body and mind.Getting enough physical activity and seeing your doctor regularly is a good place to start, CNN Medical Analyst Dr Leana Wen said.Young people tend to have fewer chronic illnesses than older ones, but prevention is key.

  • Iran’s President abandons CNN interview after Amanpour declines head scarf demand

    Iran’s President abandons CNN interview after Amanpour declines head scarf demand

    Some 40 minutes after the interview was scheduled due to start and with Raisi running late, an aide told Amanpour the president had suggested that she wear a head scarf. Amanpour said that she “politely declined.”Amanpour said that she wears a head scarf while reporting in Iran to comply with the lo...

  • Lengthening a woman’s fertility may extend her life as well, research finds

    Lengthening a woman’s fertility may extend her life as well, research finds

    The age of menopause is also tied to longevity. The average age of natural menopause in the United States is 51, according to the North American Menopause Society.

  • The 4-7-8 breathing method that could help you sleep

    The 4-7-8 breathing method that could help you sleep

    The 4-7-8 technique is a relaxation exercise that involves breathing in for four counts, holding that breath for seven counts and exhaling for eight counts, said Dr Raj Dasgupta.When you’re initially learning the exercise, you should sit with your back straight, according to Weil. The 4-7-8 bre...

  • Drinking at least 4 cups of certain teas may reduce type 2 diabetes risk, research finds

    Drinking at least 4 cups of certain teas may reduce type 2 diabetes risk, research finds

    Drinking at least four cups of any of these teas per day has been linked with a 17% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes over an average period of 10 years.Initially, researchers found that tea drinkers and non-drinkers in their study had a similar risk of getting type 2 diabetes.