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What is misophonia?

Sunday 22:44 GMT

We do not fully understand how many children and adults suffer with misophonia but it is more common for people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), tinnitus, hyperacusis, autism, and sensory processing difficulties.

There is no official test for misophonia, but decreased tolerance for sound is a key symptom along with a strong negative emotional reaction. Common triggers are repetitive sounds such as breathing and eating but can also be animal and electronic in nature.

Source: BBC

The eyewear designer for the stars

Today 19:05 GMT

The British spectacles designer had flown to the Italian capital in 2004 at the behest of the boss of a global electronics giant, who was on holiday in Europe.

Not a bad state of affairs for a former art student from the East Midlands city of Derby who never actually intended to become a glasses designer. Today the company, TD Tom Davies, makes 50,000 pairs of glasses a year, and has a host of celebrity customers including singer Ed Sheeran, chef Heston Blumenthal and Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie.

Source: Global News

Trisha Yearwood talks new album and working with husband Garth Brooks

Today 19:05 GMT

Trisha Yearwood is one of the most recognizable names and voices in country music, and she’s back with her new album of Frank Sinatra covers, appropriately titled Let’s Be Frank.

ET Canada correspondent Keshia Chante caught up with the country superstar to talk all about the exciting new album, the advice she would tell her younger self and what it’s like to work with her legendary husband, Garth Brooks.

Source: Fox News

We thought we were rescuing a Great Dane but here's the incredible thing that happened next

Today 09:54 GMT

And if animals are necessary to make us completely happy there, you can be confident He will arrange for them to be with us.”

A local Great Dane rescue group was holding a fair out front, so we stopped and were immediately taken by the grandeur of the animals, and the steely, stately stature of one in particular, a black Dane named Apollo.

Source: The Guradian

Gillian Anderson 'to play Margaret Thatcher in The Crown'

Today 15:24 GMT

Gillian Anderson is to follow in the footsteps of Meryl Streep, Patricia Hodge and Jennifer Saunders by taking on the role of Margaret Thatcher, it has been reported.

Anderson, who is in rehearsals for a West End adaptation of the 1950 film All About Eve, will take on the formidable role as the latest eye-catching addition to the cast of Netflix’s lavish blockbuster, The Crown. According to the Sunday Times, she will reportedly appear as the former Conservative prime minister in series four of the show, with filming due to begin over the summer.

Source: BBC

Novak Djokovic through in Australian Open after beating Daniil Medvedev

Today 19:05 GMT

World number one Novak Djokovic reached the Australian Open quarter-finals for the first time since 2016 with a hard-fought win over Daniil Medvedev.

Medvedev's resistance continued until the end, saving two match points before Djokovic took the third with a wonderful cross-court winner. Six-time champion Djokovic will play Kei Nishikori in the last eight after the Japanese eighth seed beat Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta in controversial circumstances in a five-hour match decided by a super tie-break.

Source: The Guradian

Super blood wolf moon: rare total lunar eclipse to grace northern hemisphere skies

Today 02:24 GMT

An unusual set of circumstances will combine in the early hours of Monday morning in the skies above the northern hemisphere, resulting in a phenomenon called a super blood wolf moon.

“The moon will be red between about 4.40am and about 6.45am, so it’s actually more than an hour that you have to observe this blood moon phenomenon where the moon is totally eclipsed,” Kerss said. The Royal Museums Greenwich will also host a Facebook Live event from 4am, where viewers can watch as events unfold.

Source: Common Domain

Overseas Investment Seen Rebounding as U.S. Firms Repatriate Less Profits

Today 19:05 GMT

Corporate overseas investment will likely rebound this year as U.S. companies repatriate less profits, but will nonetheless continue to be weak by precrisis standards in the face of a darkening economic outlook and uncertainties about trade rules, the United Nations said Monday.

The U.S. remained the top destination for foreign investment, despite an 19% drop from 2017 that Unctad attributed to uncertainty about American economic policy, increased scrutiny of foreign investment for security reasons, and the Chinese government’s discouragement of large overseas investments in real estate and the entertainment industry.

Source: Fox News

Video shows students in confrontation with Native Americans, prompting apology from Catholic diocese, high school

Today 04:14 GMT

A Roman Catholic diocese and a Catholic high school in Kentucky issued a joint apology Saturday after videos posted online showed a confrontation Friday between some of the school's students and some Native American adults after rallies near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.

“We condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students towards Nathan Phillips specifically, and Native Americans in general, Jan. 18, after the March for Life, in Washington, D.C.

Source: The Guradian

Bauhaus at 100: what it means to me by Norman Foster, Margaret Howell and others

Today 08:58 GMT

Designers, artists and sculptors who I believe embody this notion (more so in their philosophy and theory than their aesthetic) include Noirwave artist Rharha [Rochelle Nembhard], fashion

Also, when I moved from Poland to Israel in the 1950s, Tel Aviv was a Bauhaus city, made by architects who came [from Germany] to Palestine and so that gave me a sense of the Bauhaus intellectually and in terms of city planning.

Source: Fox News

Trump thanks federal workers awaiting paychecks, calling them 'great patriots,' as partial shutdown hits 30 days

Today 11:45 GMT

With hundreds of thousands of federal workers set to face another federal pay period without paychecks, President Trump thanked the “great patriots” for their service and dedication — 30 days into the partial government shutdown.

Trump tweeted Sunday night: “To all of the great people who are working so hard for your Country and not getting paid I say, THANK YOU - YOU ARE GREAT PATRIOTS! We must now work together, after decades of abuse, to finally fix the Humanitarian, Criminal & Drug Crisis at our Border.

Source: The Guradian

Blood test could detect Alzheimer's over 10 years earlier – study

Today 19:05 GMT

“We have done much to improve diagnosis rates but still only two-thirds of the 850,000 people across the UK living with dementia have a diagnosis, so any progress we can make to more accurately and quickly detect who has the condition is very welcome.”

They said it showed that measuring changes in levels of this protein in the blood was a useful way to test whether new Alzheimer’s drugs show promise – something researchers have already begun to embrace.

Source: Common Domain

Tesla will overrun traditional car companies because they still aren’t moving fast enough

Today 14:29 GMT

Hamish McKenzie is the author of “Insane Mode: How Elon Musk’s Tesla Sparked a Revolution to End the Age of Oil.” Follow him on Twitter: @hamishmckenzie

Other car companies, from General Motors GM, +0.91%   to BMW BMW, +3.06% BMW, +2.92% aren’t showing the same sense of urgency — and that could be their downfall. This sounds like a dramatic claim when you consider that GM, for instance, makes 10 million cars a year and Tesla hasn’t even made half a million in its 14-year lifetime.

Source: Common Domain

20 Minutes With: Extraordinary Adventure Club Founder Calum Morrison

Today 19:05 GMT

EAC was launched in 2010 by Calum Morrison, a former Royal Marine who wanted to apply some of the life lessons he learned while working in places as far flung as Georgia, Afghanistan, and Somalia to improving the lives of others.

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Source: Global News

Scotland stone circle thought to be ‘ancient’ actually built in 1990s

Today 19:05 GMT

An “ancient” stone circle discovered in rural Scotland last year and thought to be thousands of years old was actually built in the 1990s by a local farmer.

Archaeologists in Aberdeenshire were thrilled last year after they discovered what was thought to be another recumbent stone circle, which typically date back to 3,500 to 4,500 years ago and are unique to northern Scotland. The historical find was first reported in December by a landowner in the parish of Leochel-Cushnie, and crews were dispatched to the area for further research.

Source: BBC

Historic Brexit deal vote awaited

Tuesday 22:45 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Woman denied abortion in Dublin despite new legislation

Friday 14:30 GMT
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The Morning Download: Hey Big IT Spenders

Friday 14:30 GMT
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Kidnapped Canadian found dead in Burkina Faso: security officials

Thursday 14:30 GMT
Source: Fox News

Trump accuses Pelosi of being 'controlled by the radical left,' hours before White House statement on shutdown

Sunday 15:24 GMT
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Why Europeans Won’t Catch Wall Street’s Bandwagon

Friday 14:30 GMT
Source: The Guradian

A nude direction: why is Avril Lavigne posing naked with a guitar?

Friday 14:30 GMT
Source: DW

Neo-Nazi attack survivor: 'I won't stay silent'

Today 17:14 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Western lifestyles pose risk to migrants' health, says WHO report

Today 19:05 GMT
Source: Global News

World economic growth to slow in 2019 as trade wars, global uncertainty take toll

Today 19:05 GMT
Source: Common Domain

After Devastating Wildfires, California Markets Start 2019 on a Sour Note

Today 13:35 GMT
Source: Fox News

Accused child molester investigated in 2017 murders of Indiana teens: report

Today 16:19 GMT
Source: DW

Over 100 African migrants feared dead in the Mediterranean

Sunday 22:44 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Auschwitz victims laid to rest in UK synagogue ceremony

Today 14:29 GMT

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