Learning How To Succeed More In Your Investments

We all know that investing your money is one of the best things you can do in terms of trying to create a better future for yourself and those around you. But investment is a really difficult territory to try and get used to, and you will find that you need to spend a long…

Cycle rather than drive to cut carbon emissions by two-thirds, claims report

Substituting a bike for a car just once a day reduces an average citizen’s carbon emissions from transport by 67%, according to new research. The survey which was an in-depth study of commuting data from more than 3,800 people across seven cities and led by University of Oxford transport professor Christian Brand, found that changes…

Brits not looking forward to morning rush, claims Alexa study

Exercising before work, not having to rush and tucking into a leisurely breakfast are among the things Brits will miss the most when their morning routines return to normal. A study of 2,000 adults found four in 10 feel the pandemic and the lockdowns have given them more time in the mornings. As a result,…

Brits aspire to own vegetable patch more than luxury holiday, claims study

Eco-conscious lifestyles have replaced traditional status symbols - with having a vegetable patch and electric car now bigger aspirations than a luxury holiday. Research polling 2,000 Brits found having an electric vehicle on the drive (22 per cent), a compost heap (15 per cent) and a vegetable patch (24 per cent) are among the top…

ShinyShiny round up: iPhone users to pick male or female Siri

Apple will ask iPhone users to pick between male and female versions of its digital assistant Siri, the first of the major tech companies to automatically make users choose. The company said that setting up the assistant will involve choosing between the genders after an upcoming software release. Tech companies have come under pressure over…

2 in 3 Brits want more sustainable lifestyle following lockdown

New research released today by Auto Trader reveals that nearly two thirds (63%) of Brits are embracing their inner eco-warrior and focusing on leading a more sustainable lifestyle, as a result of the pandemic. As part of this lockdown-inspired eco-enthusiasm, one in five Brits (21%) is planning to stop fuelling around with petrol and diesel…

The benefits of Trustly Pay N Play

Trustly Pay N Play is a payment method that can be used for playing online games. This payment method is becoming increasingly popular and that is not the case for nothing, as Pay N Play has significant advantages over regular payment methods when it comes to online play. Key benefits playing Pay N Play Casinos…

Average worker to spend £200 in post-pandemic fashion boom

Returning to the office is set to ignite a post-pandemic fashion boom, as more than half of UK workers plan to refresh their work wardrobe. The average worker is preparing to spend nearly £200 each on new work clothes in the next month, to celebrate the end of lockdown - and getting back into an…

ShinyShiny Health Round Up: NHS uses AI to spot future heart attacks

The NHS is using artificial intelligence to treat patients at risk of a heart attack, years before they strike. CaRi-Heart can spot minor problems undetected by routine scans, Oxford University researchers say, identifying inflammation and scarring in the lining of blood vessels that supply the heart. The tool is being rolled out at 15 hospitals…
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Top 50 reasons to exercise revealed

The top reasons to exercise include wanting to beat a partner’s personal best, fit into old clothes, and shaking off a bad mood. A study of 2,000 adults reveals the top 50 list of reasons to get moving – with not wanting to let down a workout partner and the social element of training with…