The Daily Mail: Shifty eyes have been thought to be a sign of disinterest or that a person is lying, but new evidence suggests the involuntary movement occurs when people try and access their long-term memory.Psychology professor Howard Ehrlichman of Queens College, at City University of New York, made the claims in a recent article in the publication Current Directions in Psychological Science.Read the whole story: The Daily Mail More of our Members in the Media >
From left, David Hampton, Lisa Duran, Tim Trujillo and James Kershner deliver 44 morale boosting bags from the senior centers to Aspen Ridge, as part of a goal to donate a bag to every senior in assisted living in the community. This delivery marks 100 bags thanks to the support of the community donating spare change in honor of local resident George Best’s 100th birthday. The bags contain treats, snacks, notes and artwork including hand painted rocks from children and adults in the community. Photo by Bernadette Lauritzen Hand painted rocks from the community were placed in every gift bag, Photo by Bernadette Lauritzen
Share BusinessEntertainmentLocalNews Agriculture Ministry Pleased with Produce Glut by: – May 29, 2020 Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet (file photo)The Division of Agriculture welcomes the glut in fresh produce available for purchase across the island.The Division of Agriculture’s backyard gardening programme has put seedlings in the homes of more than 800 families since the programme rolled out last month.“It is evident as we walk around as consumers that we have a bumper crop on our hands now this offers us the opportunity to do something much more than just basic production,” says Dr Almario Casimir, Project Coordinator in the Division of Agriculture.He adds that the Ministry is pleased that there is fresh and nutritious food.The real concern, he says, is the need for agro-processors to store these foods.“It augurs the opportunity for export and for agro processing and this with regards to the upcoming hurricane season is of significance…to the availability of food, Dr Casimir explained. “That is of concern, the island’s ability to store food especially in this kind of treacherous time- hurricane season.”He confirmed that, “From a productive point of view, which is our basic mandate, we are very much encouraged by the increased production and we would like to see much more productivity at the farm gate level.” 110 Views one comment
Ex-England and Manchester United midfield star Paul Scholes has hailed Chelsea forward Victor Moses, saying the new Chelsea formation has brought out the best in him.Moses, who has been out of favour since he arrived Stamford Bridge in 2011, is now one of the best Chelsea players under Antonio Conte as he now plays as right wing-back in a 3-4-3 formation.Scholes, who is now a sports pundit at BT Sports, said: “You have to be happy for him. “The last five years he has been shipped out to places on loan but like you said earlier, the formation has seemed to suit him better.” Victor Moses, who helped Chelsea to cruise past Everton over the weekend, is now expected to arrive at the Super Eagles camp in Abuja ahead of Nigeria’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Algeria on Saturday.
TAMPA — Chad Slade missed Monday’s practice to attend a family funeral but was expected back with the team by Monday night and is not expected to miss any other time.“He had to go home for a funeral in him family,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said. “He won’t be here (Monday) but he will return (Monday) night.”Slade tweeted recently about the passing of a grandparent.“About to be one of the hardest days of my life,” Slade tweeted Monday.The senior right guard has started 48 of 51 games he’s played over the last four years.