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13 Healthy High-Fat Foods You Should Eat More

13 Healthy High-Fat Foods You Should Eat More

Health
Fat comes in many forms, including: Unsaturated: Liquid at room temperature and generally considered heart healthy. Found in plants like nuts, seeds, vegetable oils, and seafood. Saturated: Solid at room temperature and found in animal foods, like meat and butter, as well as coconut and palm oil. Often deemed unhealthy for your heart, but research is equivocal. "Some sources are actually good for us," says Brianna Elliott, RD, a nutritionist based in St. Paul, Minn. Trans: Liquid fats made solid through a process called hydrogenation. Found in fried foods, baked goods, and processed snack foods. These heart-health wreckers were banned from the food supply ...
How worried should we be about China's economy?

How worried should we be about China's economy?

Business
The cracks in China's economy appear to be widening, with signs of weakening growth amid a background of trade tensions. Adding to the worries, China's stock market was the world's worst performer last year, ending with a loss of 28%. This week Apple said slowing sales in China meant it would not meet sales expectations, triggering sharp falls on global stock markets.The tech giant isn't alone. A string of other companies have issued warnings recently over China's slowdown and the impact of the trade war with the US.Among those are carmakers such as General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler. Luxury vehicle maker Jaguar Land Rover has also warned of slowing Chinese sales. US carmakers hit by tariff disputes ...
Why investors near retirement should fear the big yield curve inversion

Why investors near retirement should fear the big yield curve inversion

Finance
For sophisticated bond market investors, no three words invoke more fear and debate than "inverted yield curve." Yet many individual investors don't understand inversion and why a healthy fixed-income market is so critical to their financial well-being. With the near-800-point drop in the Dow on Tuesday being at least partially attributed to the sudden inversion of short- and longer-term Treasury yields, it is time to take notice. It shouldn't have taken this long: Articles about the risk of an inverted yield curve have been all over the place in the past year, and the overwhelming majority of those stori...
Driverless cars: Who should die in a crash?

Driverless cars: Who should die in a crash?

Technology
If forced to choose, who should a self-driving car kill in an unavoidable crash?Should the passengers in the vehicle be sacrificed to save pedestrians? Or should a pedestrian be killed to save a family of four in the vehicle?To get closer to an answer - if that were ever possible - researchers from the MIT Media Lab have analysed more than 40 million responses to an experiment they launched in 2014.Their Moral Machine has revealed how attitudes differ across the world.How did the experiment work?Weighing up whom a self-driving car should kill is a modern twist on an old ethical dilemma known as the trolley problem.The idea was explored in an episode of the NBC series The Good Place, in which ethics professor Chidi is put in control of a runaway tram. ...