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Monthly Archives: November 2017

California State Senate Leader Touts State’s Production Tax Credit

One of the California’s most powerful legislators has offered a strong endorsement of continued support for the state’s seven-year-old production tax credit program. “The program has been an overwhelming success,” said Kevin de Leon, president pro tem of the California State Senate, in a speech on Thursday. “And we want California to remain the entertainment capital of the wo… Variety

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Jennifer Hudson's Ex David Otunga Granted Temporary Custody of Son

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Jennifer Hudson’s son will remain in the custody of his father, David Otunga, for the time being.  Otunga was granted temporary custody of David Otunga Jr. from Nov. 26 to Dec. 8 while Hudson is out of town, according to court documents obtained by ET.  The court granted Otunga’s request last Tuesday, also granting Hudson ...

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Skipping Breakfast Disrupts “Clock Genes” that Regulate Body Weight and Glucose

Consuming breakfast normalizes the expression of genes that improveinsulin and glucose responses all day long, Tel Aviv University researchers say Tel Aviv — Irregular eating habits such as skipping breakfast are often associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease, but the precise impact of meal times on the body’s internal clock has been less clear. A new ...

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