Prince Harry became a father this week, but that doesn’t mean he has forgotten about his comrades. He founded the Invictus games in 2014 to allow wounded warriors to compete on the world stage. The Duke of Sussex served 10 years in the Royal Army, with two tours in Afghanistan. Next year his games will be held in The Hague, and the countdown has begun. To build anticipation for the event, Prince Harry and Land Rover are preparing for the Invictus Games. Jaguar Land Rover Limited holds a Royal Warrant from his father and grandparents, so he could probably ask for anything in their lineup. But nothing has generated more press than the return of the Defender. That’s why a Defender prototype was wrapped in wild camouflage in their latest press release. Technically, he doesn’t have to give it back, so perhaps it will be the perfect ride for baby Archie. The new Defender will arrive soon, so our dealers need to make room. Click the link below for great deals on classic … [Read more...] about Prince Harry & Land Rover Prepare for Invictus Games
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This is part of "Blockchain Decoded," a series looking at the impact of blockchain, bitcoin and cryptocurrency on our lives. Alexander Busarov used to buy a popular brand of pet food for Gulchatai, his Siamese cat, from Taobao, China's sprawling eBay-like auction site. That changed when the kitty landed at the vet's after eating from a shipment that looked strikingly different from store-bought tins. Gulchatai eventually recovered -- she had acute gastroenteritis -- but the episode worried Shanghai-based Busarov. How could he ever know, he wondered, if what he was buying online was real? So in April 2015, Busarov, a former McKinsey consultant, and Yaroslav Belinskiy, another Russian expat, established Walimai, which makes high-tech anticounterfeiting labels for products like baby food. The labels use blockchain, the technology behind the controversial bitcoin cryptocurrency, to ensure whatever they're stuck to hasn't been tampered with. Now playing: Watch this: … [Read more...] about Blockchain ensures that your online baby food order is legit
The Albuquerque BioPark zoo in New Mexico has welcomed a knobby-kneed baby giraffe. He has big eyes, a punkish hairdo and lots of little spots around his head. His name is Neelix.Star Trek fans know Neelix, played by Ethan Phillips, as the mostly Talaxian alien from Voyager who loves to cook as part of Captain Janeway's crew. He, just like the giraffe, sports a punkish hairdo and lots of little spots around his head. (Disclosure: Voyager airs on CBS, parent company of CNET.)BioPark officially announced the calf's birth and name on Thursday. He arrived on Earth on Jan. 6 to mother Niara. The BioPark says his keepers gave him the Star Trek name. Star Trek treks on Star Trek turned Robert Picardo into a giant science nerd NASA educates Captain Kirk on weird blue light in Mars photo Neelix seems to have a fondness for food, which fits well with his namesake's personality. Giraffe keeper Kelsey Carrillo says in a video that the zoo staff was able to lead him around by luring him with … [Read more...] about Baby giraffe gets the most perfect Star Trek name ever
Cardi B’s long-awaited return to the stage has a date in sight. The rapper will co-headline San Antonio’s Mala Luna Festival, alongside artists like Nicky Jam, Becky G, and Tyler the Creator. The headliners for the festival, which takes place October 27-28 at the Nelson Wolff Stadium, were announced Monday afternoon. Cardi B’s last time taking the stage, prior to going on maternity leave to prep for her and husband Offset’s baby arrival, was on April 28 at Washington D.C.’s Broccoli City Festival. Although she assured fans that she’d be back for the Bruno Mars tour, Cardi announced just a couple weeks ago that she’d be unable to join after realizing that six weeks wasn’t a sufficient amount of time to recover from giving birth, and that she “underestimated this whole mommy thing.” Cardi has been vocal about wanting to perform and work on new music throughout her pregnancy, and if her last few performances (while with … [Read more...] about Cardi B Will Headline Her First Show Since Kulture’s Arrival
Why yes, I was breast-fed. Why do you ask? I have a dissertation to write. See pregnancy pictures to learn more. © iStockphoto.com/kfleen From 2004 to 2006, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ran public service announcements to encourage women to breast-feed. In one advertisement, two pregnant women engaged in a log-rolling contest, a water sport in which competitors try to stay on a moving log longer than the other person. In another ad, a pregnant woman rode a mechanical bull in a bar in front of a roaring crowd. In both advertisements, a pregnant woman experienced a violent spill, which was followed by this text: "You wouldn't take risks before your baby's born. Why start after?" An announcer's voice then beseeched women to breast-feed and rattled off some of the benefits associated with breast-feeding. Is bottle-feeding akin to riding a mechanical bull while pregnant? In today's mommy wars, in which women pass judgment on other mothers' parenting choices, … [Read more...] about Does breast-feeding make better babies?