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We’re here at the beautiful Chapter 11 Theater to celebrate a tradition that not only creates memories for the ages but also breeds resentments that last a lifetime,NYC-based hairstylist Jerome Cultrera styled her hair beautifully to give a tousled appearance while make-up artist?Andréa Tiller gave finishing touches to her look with brown smokey eyes and nude make-up.We love her boss lady look Have a look at the cover of the November edition: With the title ‘How to rock black like Sonam Kapoor’ the lady is sure giving Fall fashion inspiration What do you think of her look Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ANI | Washington | Updated: July 12 2016 5:56 pm Let your kids explore the outside world as a research suggests that outdoor learning yields extraordinary results (Source: Pixabay) Top News Parents you may want to expose your kids to nature more as according to a recent study it could yield extraordinary resultsThe study also suggested that outdoor learning needs to be introduced more formally into global school curricula in order for its potential benefits to be fully realised Read More The report by Plymouth University and Western Sydney University highlights the many and varied benefits to children of learning in the natural environment not just from an educational perspective but also in terms of their behaviour social skills health and well-being resilience confidence and sense of place But it also says that in an age dominated by a full curriculum busier family lifestyles and increased fear within society children are losing the freedom to play explore and be active in their environment and being denied opportunities that could enhance their long term prospects The report identifies a framework showing how governments could build on existing and current research and introduce outdoor learning as an integral element of national education policies Sue Waite one of the authors said: “At the moment if outdoor learning is part of a school’s curriculum in England it is largely because the teachers recognise the values of it With so much focus on academic attainment there can be pressure on teachers to stay in the classroom which means children are missing out on so many experiences that will benefit them throughout their lives” She added “This report shows that although there is significant research which supports outdoor learning for academic as well as social and personal outcomes it is only by having that recognised by policy makers that we are likely to achieve universal positive cultural change” Share This Article Related Article The framework the study proposes includes pathways to research informed practice designed to generate five key outcomes for children: a healthy and happy body and mind; a sociable confident person; a self-directed creative learner; an effective contributor; an active global citizen Western Sydney University’s Karen Malone said as the amount of evidence on the benefit of learning in natural environments on health and wellbeing continues to mount the question is is it enough to persuade policy makers to come on board For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: March 18 2010 11:01 am Related News Leonardo DiCaprio has revealed Kate Winslet feared a sex scene in the film Revolutionary Road directed by her husband Sam Mendes The Titanic actor said Kate was uncomfortable during the filming of the raunchy shot in front of her better halffrom whom she recently split The actress even halted the shootingsaying: “This is totally weird” “She turned to both Sam and I and said”Are you guys OK”the Sun quoted DiCaprio as saying When they said they wereKate replied: “It’s even weirder that you’re both totally fine” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 14 2010 5:56 am Related News The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has organised four-day celebrationsincluding cultural programmesto mark its 60th anniversary On Saturdaya flower exhibition and a cultural programme by children of PMC employees was organised Painting and photography exhibitions were also inaugurated On Sundayat noonPMC employees will perform a play at Balgandharva Rangmandir while the evening will see a special lavani show and a Marathi play On Mondaythere will be sports event for PMC employees and elected representatives in Sahakarnagar Fruits will be distributed to patients in civic hospitals A singing competition will be conducted for civic employees in the morning followed by an orchestra in the evening The celebrations will on Tuesday with a blood donation camp at PMC headquarters For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNo one gets enough sleep in the modern world That lament has been heard ever since Thomas Edison invented electricity and lit up the night but it seems to have taken on new urgency in recent years as experts warn us about cellphones laptops and e-readers impairing our sleep Now a new study of sleep patterns in hunter-gatherer adults in Africa and South America has found they get no more sleep than people living in industrialized nations—an average of just 69 to 85 hours every night What’s more they rarely nap Yet these adults are healthy and don’t feel sleep-deprived according to a report today in Current Biology The striking uniformity in the sleep duration and habits of three far-flung groups in Bolivia Tanzania and South Africa busts several myths about how much sleep our ancestors got—and what is optimum for modern humans says Jerome Siegel senior author of the study and a neuroscientist at the University of California(UC) Los Angeles Siegel has studied sleep in humans and other mammals for 40 years With the invention of electric light bulbs in the 1870s followed by the development of television the Internet and other high tech devices researchers have argued that the duration of sleep has been shortened from the “natural” levels evolved in our hunter-gatherer ancestors In the absence of data some researchers thought our ancestors slept from dusk until dawn and hence got 2 to 3 more hours of sleep on average daily than people in industrialized nations As a result doctors advised adults to get 8 to 9 hours of sleep per night on average (The National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours for adults) But this always bothered Siegel: “Before we tell people they need more sleep we need to make sure this is true” Siegel couldn’t go back in time to see how long our ancestors slept but he could study the sleep patterns of pre-industrialized societies living in South America and Africa To find out how much they slept each night he used an Actiwatch2 a device similar to a Fitbit that measures sleep and waking patterns as well as light exposure 24 hours a day for up to 28 days on a single charge Working with an international team of anthropologists Siegel and his colleagues strapped Actiwatches onto the wrists of 94 adult members of three remote groups—the Tsimané foragers of Bolivia the Hadza hunter-gatherers of Tanzania and the San of Namibia The devices clocked 1165 total days of sleep data When Siegel and his team analyzed the data the researchers found that the sleep period (total time in bed including brief bouts of waking) in all three groups was similar—between 69 to 85 hours a night with actual sleep durations of 57 to 72 hours a night Most groups slept an extra hour in winter They did not go to sleep until 25 to 44 hours after sunset nodding off only when temperatures fell and became cooler They awoke just before dawn—except the San who slept an hour after sunrise in summer—when temperatures were coolest And they did not wake in the middle of the night to sleep in two phases as was reported in pre-industrial societies in Europe says Siegel They also didn’t report insomnia (They didn’t even have a word for insomnia) It turns out people in all three groups sleep no more than those of us in industrialized nations: A landmark study in 2002 of data from the American Cancer Society on more than 2 million people found that most sleep 65 to 75 hours a night on average “The big story here is that [hunter-gatherer] sleep patterns are not so different from ours” says co-author Herman Pontzer of Hunter College in New York a human evolutionary physiologist who studies the Hadza The team also learned that cool temperatures may be as important as fluctuations in light to regulate sleep since these people went to bed well after dark and awoke before sunrise “While light is important temperature may be more important from an evolutionary point of view” says Siegel This suggests that one bit of common wisdom may be right: To get better sleep turn down the thermostat or open the window at night But unless you are a teenager who needs more sleep for a growing brain it’s not essential to get 8 hours of sleep per night—unless you feel sleepy during the day UC San Diego sleep researcher Daniel Kripke—who was not involved in the research—agrees “I’m inclined to believe that the Old Wives’ tale that people should get 8 hours of sleep is a bunch of baloney” For all the latest India News, “So much is being said about the use of black money in elections. He did not show up there and has not opened his mouth.” added Dr. and this has resulted in increased cases of waterlogging. causing it to overflow. For all the latest Delhi News.

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