Britain’s Royal Baby

Long line of male heirs to the British throne

Queen Elizabeth II checked out the latest upstart angling for her job on a half-hour visit Wednesday to see the infant son born to Prince William and his wife, Catherine, earlier this week. Read On…

The British monarch is said to be “thrilled” over the birth of the as-yet-unnamed baby, who stands third in line to the throne after his grandfather Prince Charles, the heir apparent, and his father. The newborn is the 87-year-old queen’s third great-grandchild and first great-grandson. Read On…

 

 

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7 Life-Enhancing Reasons to Eat Fish

Fish has a reputation for being low calorie, high protein “brain food,” thanks to the long strands of polyunsaturated essential omega-3 fatty acids (popularly referred to as “omega-3s”) found in fish oil. The human body can’t naturally produce omega-3s, but yet they’re needed for a healthy body, inside and out. Although the link between omega-3s and heart health has long been known, several new studies present even more evidence that fish high in fatty acids is essential for ….Read On