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12 Foods With More Vitamin C Than Oranges

12 Foods With More Vitamin C Than Oranges

Health
In addition to twice your recommended daily intake of vitamin A and seven times the recommended amount of vitamin K, a one-cup serving of kale provides 80.4 mg of vitamin C. The nutrition powerhouse also delivers a sizeable dose of minerals and fatty acids. RELATED: 7 Health Benefits of KaleWatch the video: Fat-Burning Recipe: Kale, Grapefruit, and Hazelnut Salad  Try this recipe: Braised Kale Let's block ads! (Why?) Nutrition - Health.com
Uber cuts 435 more staff after losing billions in the second quarter

Uber cuts 435 more staff after losing billions in the second quarter

Technology
Uber has announced a new round of job cuts as the ride-hailing app and tech firm looks to save costs following heavy losses.California-based Uber Technologies will shed 435 roles in its engineering and product divisions - about 8% of the workforce. The news followed the loss of 400 marketing jobs at the end of July when chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi declared that big teams can deliver "mediocre results". Image: Uber chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi was on hand as trading in Uber shares began on the NYSE in May Uber revealed a record second-quarter loss of £4bn in August, just months after its costly flotation in May.The company also flagged a leap in research and development costs as it attempts to lead the race for driverless ca
Doctors more likely to prescribe opioids at late-day appointments, study says

Doctors more likely to prescribe opioids at late-day appointments, study says

Health
Aug. 30 (UPI) -- Doctors who run late or schedule late-day appointments are more likely to prescribe opioids to patients, a discovery that might be unexpectedly contributing to the opioid epidemic, a new study says. A patient is 33 percent more likely to receive a prescription during a late-day doctor's appointment than one earlier in the day, according to a findings published Friday in Jama Open Network. They're also 17 percent more likely to receive an opioid prescription if their doctor is running at least an hour late compared to being less than 10 minutes late. "Physicians play a pivotal role in the opioid epidemic and it's important to understand what factors drive opioid prescribing," Hannah Neprash, a researcher at the University of Minnesota and study corresponding author, told ...
Rail strike triggers more traveller headaches

Rail strike triggers more traveller headaches

Business
Fresh strike action in a long-running row over train guards has again disrupted busy rail services that carry 100,000 passengers a day.South Western Railway (SWR) is cancelling nearly half of its services - some 800 trains a day - during the four-day walkout by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union. The 35th strike since the dispute started almost two years ago, it will hit services between London Waterloo and other stations including Portsmouth, Reading, Exeter, and Weymouth. The union said members were "rock-solid" on the picket lines on the first day of industrial action and called on the rail operator to "get serious" in reaching an agreement.The train company said it remained "committed to finding a solution" to the ongoing quarrel. ...