The number of hotel rooms in Fujairah is expected to double to 1,600 this year. Above, the Hotel JAL Fujairah Resort and Spa. Randi Sokoloff / The ...
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - LATAM Airlines Group SA LAN.SN said on Saturday it will resume flights to, from and within Argentina by 1530 GMT after state company Intercargo unilaterally decided on Friday to stop providing services to the ...
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad -; Trinidad's finance minister has appointed a new interim board to oversee Caribbean Airlines after announcing that the state-owned company posted losses of more than $70 ...
Image credit: www.thetwelveoaks.com No more students, no more books . . . just lots of discounts for teachers at bed and breakfasts across the country this summer, thanks to a new program from BedandBreakfast.com. Often overworked and most definitely underpaid, many teachers are lucky enough to have the summer months off, but the summer is the most expensive time of year to take a ...
Nice, France: If you want wild flavors, you'll find them at Fenocchio, a family-owned parlor scooping up scrumptiousness since 1966. While the scoops are on the pricey side, loyal customers will tell you the cones are worth it. Salted caramel and pistachio ice cream are favorites, though if you're looking for something adventurous, go for the cactus or tomato-basil ...
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Winds: From the North at 2.2 MPH Gusting to 2.2 MPH
Based on the novel by Nobel laureate Jos Saramago, Fernando Meirelless Blindness is a harrowing, if sometimes overly hammering descent into the darkest depths of human nature. A sort of Lord of the Flies parable, it suggests an inexplicable and highly contagious epidemic that r ... ...
Prices: Transportation prices are mostly fixed, but hotel and menu prices are pretty much whatever the proprietor thinks that he can get, with significant seasonal variation. We were there in December, the low season, and prices listed here are either what we were quoted or actually paid, often after some bargaining. In the high season (May-August), however, prices can easily be 50 percent ...
If you go To book a fossil hunting dive charter in southwest Florida, visit aristakatcharters.yolasite.com or call 941-321-0852. Fee is $60 per diver for Bone Yard charters; $70 for fossil hunting in the region south of the Venice Pier. For a guided fossil hunt on the Peace River, call Mark Renz at 239-368-3252 or visit fossilexpeditions.com. Rates are $75 for walk-in adults; $50 for children ...
It’s mid-May. Memorial Day and the end of the school year are in sight. Suddenly, you’re thinking about a summer vacation. A little advance planning — and some insider tips — can save you a lot of money. Whether you’re booking airfare, a car rental or a hotel room, there are questions you should ask ...
I spoke with a manager, who told me he was sorry he couldn’t offer me a nonsmoking room. The only rooms the hotel had left to sell were smoking ...
Getting there: The closest airport is the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, just 17 miles away. There are no nonstops from Miami or Fort Lauderdale, but several airlines make the trip in about four hours with a change of planes. Round trip airfare starts around $285 from Fort Lauderdale, $420 from Miami in late July. Williamsburg is 45 miles from Richmond or Norfolk. American ...
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He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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University of Arizona researchers have found a possible reason for the reversible memory loss that some patients experience while taking statins, a class of global top-selling cholesterol-lowering drugs.
They have made a novel discovery in brain cells being treated with statin drugs: unusual swellings within neurons, which the team has termed the "beads-on-a-string" effect.
The team is not entirely sure why the beads form, said UA neuroscientist Linda L. Restifo, who leads the investigation. However, the team believes that further investigation of the beads will help inform why some people experience cognitive declines while taking statins.
"What we think we've found is a laboratory demonstration of a problem in the neuron that is a more severe version for what is happening in some peoples' brains when they take statins," said Restifo, a UA professor of neuroscience, neurology and cellular and molecular medicine, and principal investigator on the project.
Robert Kraft, a former research associate in the department of neuroscience, is lead author on the article.
Restifo and Kraft cite clinical reports noting that statin users often are told by physicians that cognitive disturbances experienced while taking statins were likely due to aging or other effects. ...
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