Gunnislake is not built for tourists but for the people who live there

The first thing I learned for this article is that, contrary to what growing up in Plymouth would have me believe, it’s not spelled Gunners Lake. The second thing is that it is surprisingly close to Tavistock. Situated just on the border of Devon and Cornwall, Gunnislake is within the Tamar Valley Area of ​​Natural … Read more

Amazon’s Most Loved Summer Dresses Starting at $19

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. With summer comes all the warm-weather activities you probably love: park adventures, rooftop brunches, and city sightseeing. And we’re willing to bet every activity counts as a photo … Read more

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on the travel industry ‘revolution’

In an interview with The Globe and Mail, 40-year-old entrepreneur Brian Chesky explains how Airbnb is evolving to capitalize on this trend and satisfy its customers’ wanderlust.Jessica Chou/Handout Earlier this year, Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky embarked on a work-life balance experiment he calls “the year of living anywhere.” His first stop was Atlanta, … Read more

Flight crews forced to work without pay due to delays at Canadian airports, unions say

Travelers line up at a Sunwing Airlines check-in counter at Montreal’s Trudeau Airport on April 20.Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press Delays at some Canadian airports have forced flight crews to work without pay while planes are held at gates, according to unions representing flight attendants and pilots. A resumption of air travel and staff shortages at … Read more

Parasite that infects up to 50% of people ‘really likes the retina’, say scientists

Toxoplasma gondii is probably the most successful parasite in the world today. This microscopic creature is capable of infecting any mammal or bird, and people from all continents are infected. Once infected, a person carries Toxoplasma for life. So far, we don’t have a medicine that can eradicate the parasite from the body. And there … Read more

Parasite that infects up to 50% of people ‘really likes the retina’, say scientists

Toxoplasma gondii is probably the most successful parasite in the world today. This microscopic creature is capable of infecting any mammal or bird, and people from all continents are infected. Once infected, a person carries Toxoplasma for life. So far, we don’t have a medicine that can eradicate the parasite from the body. And there … Read more

These Plus-Size Summer Dresses Are Under $40 at Amazon

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. Just in time for warmer daysthis size-inclusive Amazon section is brimming with flowy dresses. The site’s More Shop has a bunch of summer dresses so cute, you’ll want … Read more

Scientists have identified the brain cells that die in Parkinson’s disease

Scientists have identified the specific brain cells that die in Parkinson’s disease and discovered what makes them so vulnerable. Led by neurobiologists Tushar Kamath and Abdulraouf Abdulraouf of the Broad Institute, the team studied the brain cells of deceased individuals either Parkinson’s disease or dementia, compared to people not affected by either of these disorders. … Read more

New eye drops improve aging vision without glasses. Here’s how they work

When people reach their 40s and beyond, their near vision begins to deteriorate. For many people, increasing the font size on a phone or maximizing the brightness on a computer is the only way to be able to read text. This condition is known as presbyopiaand it affects about 128 million people in the United … Read more

New eye drops improve aging vision without glasses. Here’s how they work

When people reach their 40s and beyond, their near vision begins to deteriorate. For many people, increasing the font size on a phone or maximizing the brightness on a computer is the only way to be able to read text. This condition is known as presbyopiaand it affects about 128 million people in the United … Read more