Exercise snacking lowers blood sugar for about 24 hours, according to a study.
The normalization of the National Front's politics means the party is seen as an inevitable contender.
Volodymyr Groysman has said that Kiev was more than capable of hosting in 2005.
Russia's top diplomat said the Kremlin wants a relationship of "equality" with the U.S.
A cost-of-living adjustment won't put much more in recipients' pockets.
Socialist incumbent president is expected to declare whether he will stand by December.
The U.S. director expects to release his documentary on Ukraine next year as well.
Insurers leaving the market, the failure of the risk corridor and a lack of the young and healthy may add up to sticker shock for many.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research said the economic outlook had darkened.
A new poll in "Les Echos" sees the French president third in a variety of scenarios.
South Ossetian rebels are planning a referendum next year.
Ukraine's Jamala won with a song inspired by the Crimean Tatars' experiences while Russia's Sergey Lazarev finished third.
Families will get to try out the autonomous cars in normal driving conditions.
Alexander Novak believes oil's recovery will continue.
The organization has further cut its growth forecast for Russia.
The current fluctuations in the French regional elections signal a further rise of the right.