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Network Rail will lose control over Britain’s train tracks as power is handed to private operators in a major shake-up of the railway system, the Government is reportedly to announce next week. The move, which would mark the biggest change to the running of the rail network in decades, would see British rail companies such as Virgin Trains and Southern becoming responsible for repairs and maintenance for the first time, ending state-owned Network Rail’s monopoly. Transport minister Chris Grayling will announce the plans in a speech to the Conservative think tank Policy Exchange on Tuesday, according to The Daily Telegraph. The Government hopes this shift of control will incentivise train companies to carry out repairs more quickly and possibly bring in cheaper fares, . READ MORE Train fares set to rise by average of 2.3% Train fares are going up again and here's what you're paying for Network Rail pulls human rights advert for being 'too political' Network Rail fined £4 million after actress dies at level crossing Easter weekend: Record number of engineering works on UK railways It comes as the rail industry announced train fares would go up by an average of 2.3 per cent – more than double the rate of inflation – from 2 January 2017, with some unregulated fares likely to result in fares rise of considerably more. Currently Britain’s train tracks are owned by Network Rail while trains are controlled by completely separate companies. Mr Grayling has spoken previously of his lack of confidence in the railway system and his desire to give train operators more control. As the Conservatives’ front-bench transport spokesman 10 years ago, he said: “We think, with hindsight, that the complete separation of track and train into separate businesses at the time of privatisation was not right for our railways. “The separation has helped push up the cost of running the railways – and hence fares – and has slowed decisions about capacity improvements. “Too many people and organisations are now involved in getting things done – so nothing happens.” In publicity material sent out ahead of the speech, Policy Exchange reportedly said Mr Grayling’s vision will “put the passenger at its heart, ensuring that journeys are safe, quick, and provide value for money”. For Labour, shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald said that “privatising” the rail infrastructure would be an “irresponsible move”. “The last thing our railways need is another layer of fragmentation and complexity. Train operating companies will only engage with this if they can extract more profit from taxpayers and fare-payers,” he said. “It's remarkable that operators such as Southern who display a cavalier attitude towards cost-cutting and safety might be invited to take responsibility for the repair and maintenance of the tracks. Since his election last month, they have struggled to understand who is advising Donald Trump on Asia and what his China policy will look like. This move will turn concern into alarm and anger. Beijing sees Taiwan as a province. Denying it any of the trappings of an independent state is one of the key priorities of Chinese foreign policy. Read more from Carrie: The Trump phone call that will stun Beijing Mild reaction - Cindy Sui, BBC, Taipei China's reaction is relatively mild. It doesn't want to get off on the wrong foot with Mr Trump. And it sees Mr Trump as an inexperienced politician, so for now it's willing to forgive him and not play this up. It may also be somewhat reassured by statements from the US that its policy on China and Taiwan has not changed. But behind the scenes it's safe to say China is working hard to "educate" the Trump team on not repeating such diplomatic faux pas. This move by Taiwan's President Tsai will further infuriate Beijing and make it distrust her even more and see her as favouring Taiwan's formal independence from China. World-changing ideas summit With our powers of reasoning, rich memories and the ability to imagine what the future might hold, human intelligence is unequalled in the animal kingdom. Our closest relatives, chimpanzees, are adept problem solvers, making their own tools to reach food, for example. They use sophisticated gestures and facial expressions to communicate. Yet, they fall a long way short of our own ability to think and plan for the future. Thomas Suddendorf, a psychologist at the University of Queensland, describes this as the gap – the cognitive gulf that separates us from animals. But it was not always so wide, he says in the video above. Our species once shared the planet with other hominins with intelligence that may have rivaled our own. Their extinction was at least partly due to the actions of our own ancestors, according to many anthropologists. We need to be careful not to make the same mistakes again and widen the gap between the species even further in our pursuit of progress, warns Suddendorf, who spoke to BBC Future at the World-Changing Ideas Summit in Sydney on 15 November. Read more: We’ve got human intelligence all wrong Jason G Goldman’s column Uniquely Human, about the similarities and differences between us and the animal kingdom Join 700,000+ Future fans by liking us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc.com features newsletter, called “If You Only Read 6 Things This Week”. A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Future, Earth, Culture, Capital, Travel and Autos, delivered to your inbox every Friday. The minibus crosses the vast plateau on a newly paved road. Cracked fields stretch away towards the Moroccan desert to the south. Yet the barren landscape is no longer quite as desolate as it once was. This year it became home to one of the world’s biggest solar power plants. Welcome to Future Now Your essential guide to a world in flux Change happens quickly these days and it can be hard to keep up. That’s why BBC Future has launched a new section called Future Now to bring you in-depth stories about the people, events and trends that are shaping our world. We will be publishing regular stories from all over the world about technology, energy, economics, society and much more – you can find them here. We hope you will join us as we explore the changes that matter. Hundreds of curved mirrors, each as big as a bus, are ranked in rows covering 1,400,000 sq m (15m sq ft) of desert, an area the size of 200 football fields. The massive complex sits on a sun-blasted site at the foot of the High Atlas mountains, 10km (6 miles) from Ouarzazate – a city nicknamed the door to the desert. With around 330 days of sunshine a year, it’s an ideal location. As well as meeting domestic needs, Morocco hopes one day to export solar energy to Europe. This is a plant that could help define Africa's – and the world’s – energy future. (Credit: Getty Images) Hundreds of curved mirrors, each as big as a bus, are ranked in rows covering 1,400,000 square metres of desert, an area the size of 200 football fields (Credit: Getty Images) Of course, on the day I visit the sky is covered in clouds. “No electricity will be produced today,“ says Rachid Bayed at the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (Masen), which is responsible for implementing the flagship project. An occasional off day is not a concern, however. After many years of false starts, solar power is coming of age as countries in the sun finally embrace their most abundant source of clean energy. The Moroccan site is one of several across Africa and similar plants are being built in the Middle East – in Jordan, Dubai and Saudi Arabia. The falling cost of solar power has made it a viable alternative to oil even in the most oil-rich parts of the world. As well as meeting domestic needs, Morocco hopes one day to export solar energy to Europe. Noor 1, the first phase of the Moroccan plant, has already surpassed expectations in terms of the amount of energy it has produced. It is an encouraging result in line with Morocco’s goal to reduce its fossil fuel bill by focusing on renewables while still meeting growing energy needs that are increasing by about 7% per year. Morocco’s stable government and economy has helped it secure funding: the European Union contributed 60% of the cost for the Ouarzazate project, for example. (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) With around 330 days of sunshine a year, the region around Ouarzazate - a city nicknamed the door to the desert - is an ideal location (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) The country plans to generate 14% of its energy from solar by 2020 and by adding other renewable sources like wind and water into the mix, it is aiming to produce 52% of its own energy by 2030. This puts Morocco more or less in line with countries like the UK, which wants to generate 30% of its electricity from renewables by the end of the decade, and the US, where President Obama set a target of 20% by 2030. (Trump has threatened to dump renewables, but his actions may not have a huge impact. Many policies are controlled by individual states and big companies have already started to switch to cleaner and cheaper alternatives.) Due to the lack sun on the day I visit, the hundreds of mirrors stand still and silent. The team keeps a close eye on weather forecasts to predict output for the following day, allowing other sources of energy to take over when it is overcast. The reflectors can be heard as they move together to follow the sun like a giant field of sunflowers But normally the reflectors can be heard as they move together to follow the Sun like a giant field of sunflowers. The mirrors focus the Sun’s energy onto a synthetic oil that flows through a network of pipes. Reaching temperatures up to 350C (662F), the hot oil is used to produce high-pressure water vapour that drives a turbine-powered generator. “It’s the same classic process used with fossil fuels, except that we are using the Sun’s heat as the source,” says Bayed. The plant keeps generating energy after sunset, when electricity demands peak. Some of the day’s energy is stored in reservoirs of superhot molten salts made of sodium and potassium nitrates, which keeps production going for up to three hours. In the next phase of the plant, production will continue for up to eight hours after sunset. (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) “The last time the Tories privatised the tracks resulted in a series of fatal accidents that led to the creation of Network Rail in the first place. We don’t want to see a return to the bad old days of Railtrack.” Response to the reported plans on social media has been widely of concern and anger. One Twitter user said: “Government idea to turn Network Rail back into rail track in private hands to save money risks safety. Not a good idea!” Another tweet was more blunt, saying: “Government hands track repairs to profiteering Virgin and Southern. Deaths will result.” More about: Network RailtrainsRailwayVirginSouthernChris Graylingprivatisation “Whisky is all about education, understanding and driving flavour exploration,” says Greg Dillon, spirits connoisseur and editor of the Great Drams blog. “The depth of flavour, the variety and the intrigue of whisky is what is driving the trend towards whisky being a great accompaniment to meals.” Clearly, wine isn’t the only drink capable of being the perfect match for food. Whisky is gaining in popularity as the ideal partner for a range of dishes, from light starters to desserts. The many flavour descriptions vary from light to full-bodied; from a touch of sweetness and fruit, to more complex and bold with strong peat, earthy and smoky notes. Whisky is a great match for seafood, cheese, smoked and roasted meats, and desserts. The lighter styles fare better with smoked salmon and sushi, while medium-bodied whiskies work with smoked fish such as mackerel. Very few of us can claim to never tell a lie, but what if there was a way of spotting a liar without a lie-detector test? A new study has discovered which of us are actually most likely to be liars, and it’s bad news for young, single men. The study of 3,349 Americans of “all major ethnic, incomes, and geographic regions” by Curtin University, Australia, sought to discover whether there’s a link between socio-economic status and lying, and it drew some very specific conclusions. READ MORE 10 uncomfortable truths no one wants to admit All the lies and mistruths Trump told during the US election campaign Strict parenting turns children into liars, experts claim Bernie Sanders says Donald Trump is a pathological liar The researchers found that the most likely liars are young, unmarried men prone to road rage and with low levels of education - as well as asking about lying, respondents were asked questions such as “have you ever given someone the finger in traffic?” Lead study author Arch Woodside explained to the Huffington Post that a young male with low education isn’t enough to determine how prolific a liar he is, “but a young male with low education who engages in antisocial behaviour such as road rage, well by now you can be pretty sure he is.” However the second most likely group of liars is female - specifically, young, married women with low levels of education who’ve attained a high income. Woodside suggested these could be “women who have married into money.” Presumably they could also simply be women who have earned their own fortunes despite low levels of education. The world's most notorious liars 10 (CNN)The next possible US secretary of defense went by the military call sign "Chaos." Revered by his troops as a "warrior monk" with a knack for hard-edged quips, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis led troops in Afghanistan in 2001, won laurels for leadership in one of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq War and most recently headed US Central Command, perhaps the military's most complicated and challenging post. Now, Mattis faces an entirely different kind of fight. As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to formally nominate the former four-star to head the Pentagon, some Democrats are signaling his confirmation might not be entirely easy. Some observers question whether Mattis' battlefield experience prepares him for the very different task of running an enormous bureaucracy, while senior lawmakers worry about what the 66-year-old's nomination means for maintaining civilian control of the military. Republicans issued glowing testimonials to Mattis and his career. California Rep. Devin Nunes, who heads the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said he could think of "no better candidate to lead America's military in our long fight against jihadism and countering other pressing threats." Noting that Mattis hasn't been out of uniform long enough to lead the Pentagon without a congressional waiver, California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said that while he "would make an excellent Secretary of Defense, we must also bear in mind the precedent we would be setting and the impact it would have on the principle of civilian leadership of our nation's military." Donald Trump speaks with Taiwan's President Kirsten Gillibrand, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee subcommittee on personnel, was more definitive. "Civilian control of our military is a fundamental principle of American democracy," Gillibrand said in a statement Thursday, "and I will not vote for an exception to this rule." Just one senator can demand that the waiver for Mattis meet a 60-vote threshold, meaning he would need to get the support of all Republicans and eight Democrats to move toward confirmation next year. If he's approved, Mattis would be the highest-ranking former officer to serve as defense secretary. The Washington State native and history major led troops through the conflicts in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq. From 2010 to 2013, he led Central Command, which oversees the Middle East and Southeast Asia, until the Obama administration let him go over disagreements on Iran. The White House was pushing for a nuclear deal with Tehran in 2013, the same year Mattis was telling the Aspen Security Forum that his top concern as Centcom commander was "Iran, Iran, Iran." Obama to sign Iran sanctions bill Mattis has since been critical of the deal and of the Obama administration's refusal to engage more aggressively in the Middle East, saying it has fueled extremism in the region. In 2015, he told a congressional panel that the US needed to come out of its "reactive crouch" in the Middle East and defend its values. Indeed, Mattis has not been known to mince words. He's affectionately known as "Mad Dog" by troops who trade his quips like prized baseball cards. On the news of his nomination, many of those sayings instantly became memes on Twitter. Among them: "a good soldier follows orders, but a true warrior wears his enemy's skin like a poncho," and "be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet." Human Rights Watch called on Congress to fully examine his views on a number of issues. "Media accounts suggest that Gen. Mattis doesn't agree with President-elect Trump's more outrageous campaign proposals, such as bringing back waterboarding, targeting terrorist suspects' family members, or tampering with anti-torture laws," said Washington director Sarah Margon. She urged that during the confirmation process "senators make sure Mattis unreservedly repudiates these proposals, acknowledges that they are illegal, and confirms that they are not up for future consideration." Mattis is one of a slew of generals Trump has been considering for other Cabinet-level jobs, including Gen. David Petraeus for the State Department, Gen. John Kelly to head Homeland Security and Adm. Mike Rogers as the director of national intelligence. Erin Simpson, a national security consultant and senior editor at WarontheRocks.com, said the incoming administration may be trying to capitalize on public respect for the military by considering so many generals. But "where there are really weak civilian institutions and an inexperienced president, it just doesn't sit right by me," said Simpson. The silver lining, she adds, is that many military and security professionals wary of Trump may be convinced to serve under Mattis. "It provides some top-cover for other qualified folks to come in who might not have otherwise," Simpson said. "There are a lot of jobs to fill at the Pentagon, this could bring in some talent and that's a net gain." show all And if you want to have an honest conversation with someone, go to an unmarried woman over the age of 70 as they were found to lie the least. The study categorised “big liars” as those of us who tell 12 significant lies per year, and it found that just 13 per cent of people tell 58 per cent of all lies. In contrast, 21 per cent of us try to live our lives without lying. Woodside explained to Broadly that although most of us think we know ourselves well, we really don’t, and “such thinking may be the biggest lie of all." big computer companies aren't happy about it! Is your computer painfully slow? Have you considered buying a new 'faster' computer but the price of even a basic one makes you cringe? Do you wish there was a cheaper, more affordable way to get a new computer? (Hint: there is – keep reading.) It's incredibly frustrating when computers slow down or stop working for seemingly no reason at all. And even after all the diagnostics, upgrades, and money spent, the amount of time waiting for that spinning wheel or hourglass to disappear never seems to get any shorter. Your once new, lightning-fast, computer just keeps getting slower as each day passes. Well, fortunately, there's a new device that has recently hit the market and it's literally giving old, slow computers lightning fast speed again. And to say it's extremely affordable is grossly understated! What is It? It's called Xtra-PC and if you have an old, slow computer, it is exactly what you've been waiting for. Xtra-PC is a small thumb drive you simply plug into your computer's USB port and it instantly transforms your old computer to like new. It works with any computer (Mac or Windows) laptop, desktop, and netbooks made in 2004 or later. It is hands down the fastest, easiest solution to getting yourself a new computer without spending $400, $500, $800 or more – guaranteed. No more staring at spinning wheels or hourglasses ever again! How Does it Work? Super easy! In fact, it's so easy that it's like snapping your fingers and watching your old computer magically turn into the new, super-fast computer you want it to be. All you have to do is... Plug it in – Simply plug Xtra-PC into a USB port while your computer is turned off. Turn Your Computer On – Select 'Boot from USB' and bingo, you're good to go. Enjoy New PC – In less than 15 minutes you'll be shocked at the difference in the performance of your computer. You only have to setup Xtra-PC once and you can even use it on multiple computers! Watch This Video For A Closer Look At How Xtra-PC Works! No Hard Drive? No Problem! Amazingly, Xtra-PC even works on computers with no hard drives. That's right! Broken, damaged, or just plain missing – Xtra-PC will have your computer running like new again even without a hard drive! What Can I Do With My Like-New Computer? Everything! With Xtra-PC, there's simply no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a new computer – only to have it peter out on you in another year or two. It makes no sense. But getting Xtra-PC does (which is why the big computer companies are so against this incredibly powerful little device). With Xtra-PC you'll be able to do the things you normally do... Heck, you can even add other programs to your computer if you wanted to. Want to download Skype? No problem, with Xtra-PC, you can. How Much Is This Going To Cost Me? This is not a joke. Xtra-PC is only $24.99! That's right – ONLY 25 bucks! And they offer a 30-Day money back guarantee. There honestly is no good reason not to try Xtra-PC. You can get Xtra-PC direct from the company's website here. Make sure to buy it from the official site as there are many knockoffs on the market today. Want to win at job-hunting and being a student? It can be done. “Seizing the opportunities available at university is a valuable way for students to boost their career prospects, as well as giving them a richer university experience,” says Maggie Westgarth, head of employability and enterprise at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol). Here are some suggestions for how to do it: Work placements “They enable students to apply their skills in a real-world environment and see the impact their skills can have on an organisation or industry,” says Westgarth. “Employers value this level of work experience and it gives students a significant advantage in the jobs market.” Volunteer, work or study overseas “The number of new experiences that come from living in a different country and culture is extraordinary and can make a CV stand out from the crowd,” says Westgarth. “Someone who has spent time abroad during their studies will be able to talk about experiences and skills that will be unlike any other candidate.” Get involved in sports and societies Graduate recruiters stress how important this is, says Katie Seymour-Smith, senior career consultant at the University of Derby. “Not only does it expose students to a wider skill set, networking opportunities and skill application, but it contributes towards building confidence and resilience.” And it’s fun, too. Get advice from a range of people Different people – parents, friends, lecturers, employers – will have different perspectives on the world of work, according to Tom Staunton, careers consultant at the University of Derby. To help you filter all that information, he suggests seeing a professional careers adviser. “They can help you think through the different advice you have been given, work out what it means for you and what you could do about it,” he says. Mind your surrounding READ MORE SPONSORED Giving graduates a head start in business “Don’t bury your head in the sand - there’s always something going on around campus,” says Alison Armstrong, a careers advisor at Bournemouth University. That might be a careers workshop, a volunteering opportunity at the union or an event hosted by an employer. Look out for employability awards, too. “These are structured programmes designed to help you get the most out of your time at university,” she adds. Be a part of the wider uni community “Get as involved as possible with uni life,” says Armstrong. It’s not just societies – getting involved with student papers and radio stations can be great fun and build great skills. “Volunteer for opportunities such as becoming a student rep,” adds Armstrong. “This will develop and demonstrate leadership, negotiation and team-working skills.” This can be with fellow students on forums, but Jack Wallington, community director at The Student Room suggests casting the net wider as well. “It’s good to connect with lecturers, guest speakers or anyone you’ve worked alongside, as by getting to know them you’re likely to get introduced to even more people in the industry,” he says. Tap your uni's alumni network as well. “These people have first-hand experiences and advice to offer on how to break into your chosen field,” he adds.
his! ABOUT PARTNER WITH US CAREERSSkip to main content 10 Health Bloggers You'll Love NEXT ARTICLE HEALTH / MIND BODY 10 Health Bloggers You'll Love These writers offer passionate insight and smart advice on the subjects that matter to you most€—everything from natural living to super-intimate body concerns. By Courtney Rubin sponsored stories 40 Baby Names Destined for Doctors 40 Baby Names Destined for Doctors MooseRoots | By Graphiq The 25 Longest Living Dog Breeds The 25 Longest Living Dog Breeds PetBreeds | By Graphiq Sponsored Links by trending now The Best Exercise to Sculpt Your Legs 10 Superfoods for Weight Loss How to Make High-Protein No-Bake Apple Energy Bites 6 Secrets to Get to Sleep Faster Jen Widerstrom’s Superset Workout Fast-Tracks Your Toning Goals How to Make Fat-Burning Banana-Nut Oatmeal 7 Numbers You Should Know for Your Heart health blogger Photo: Getty Images LAST UPDATED: JUL 08, 2015 health blogger Getty Images So many health blogs, so little time. That's why we scoured the internet and selected the healthy-living voices that are truly worth your clicks. A sometimes foulmouthed ob-gyn, a neuroscientist-slash-foodie, a writer struggling with mental illness—these passionate folks bring unique perspectives and well-tested wisdom to their subjects. And, above all, their feeds are just plain great reads. Get ready to hit "follow"! RELATED: 9 Fitness Trainers to Follow on Instagram Best weight-loss inspiration blog: Diary of an Aspiring Loser Maintainer diaryofanaspiringloser.com Divorce, raising two kids and the occasional fall into a vat of cheese puffs haven't derailed Michelle Funez's efforts to get healthy. What makes her blog so inspiring isn't just her fitness feats (triathlons!) but her journey to self-acceptance. Words of wisdom: In a slump? Go to the gym and do nothing (or almost nothing). "It's maintaining the routine that's important." Best dose-of-reality blog: Dr. Jen Gunter drjengunter.wordpress.com In her twitter profile pic, ob-gyn Jennifer Gunter, MD, is dressed as wonder woman, and boy does she wield the lasso of truth. Dr. Gunter dispenses straight talk on vaccines, explains why vagina facials shouldn't be a thing and assesses popular sex advice. Words of wisdom: Want to try doughnut-enhanced fellatio? It's safe, but avoid cinnamon, as it can cause contact dermatitis. RELATED: 10 Myths About Sexual Health Best breast cancer blog: Invasive duct tales invasiveducttales.com Last year, Heather Lagemann found a lump while breast-feeding her infant daughter, was quickly diagnosed with cancer and underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. Lagemann's irreverent humor stands out: Yes, there is her account of discussing her illness with her older daughter, but there's also her admission that she played the "cancer card" to avoid cooking for Thanksgiving. Words of wisdom: Newly diagnosed? "it's okay to be scared, sad, angry, confused, and generally not so sunny...don't let the pressure of being a 'good' cancer patient drown you." RELATED: Worst Things to Say to a Breast Cancer Patient Best healthstyle blog: Summer Tomato summertomato.com Neuroscientist Darya Rose, PhD, shares easily digestible info about how and why we make food and exercise decisions. In a typical post, she'll detail the brain's reward circuits or explain the problems of short-term diets. And don't miss her healthy recipes! Words of wisdom: To form a good habit, you need to like it. "If your new activity provokes a negative or even neutral emotional response it probably will not stick. So yes, you're going to have to learn to enjoy being thinner and healthier." Best behind-the-stethoscope blog: Reflections of a Grady doctor gradydoctor.com Atlanta internist Kimberly Manning, MD, offers a window into life at a public hospital: the terror when a baby is born at around 21 weeks, her reaction when a colleague used the word retard. Dr. Manning, who is black and couldn't have practiced at Grady Memorial 50 years ago, also writes about race, often through the lens of her two young sons. Words of wisdom: Your definition of "having it all" is the only one that matters. Best mental illness blog: Bipolar burble natashatracy.com Former skydiver Natasha Tracy knows about burbles, low-pressure pockets of air that can make you crash. For Tracy, who has bipolar disorder, that unstable place is a metaphor for her state of mind. Words of wisdom: Having a mental illness doesn't make you a freak. "No matter who you are, no matter what you're going through, you are not alone. Believe me, this much I know is true." RELATED: 10 Subtle Signs of Bipolar Disorder Best natural-home blog: Wellness mama wellnessmama.com This doula and mother of five writes about real food and natural products, with a focus on homemade options from shampoo to detergent to dog food. Words of wisdom: No need to go completely green overnight. "Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good," she writes. health blogger Getty Images Best infertility blog: Silent sorority silentsorority.com Like fertility treatment itself, infertility blogs can be very procedural. Instead, Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos shares the reality of handling the stigma of infertility and living a full life outside of parenthood. Words of wisdom: "Fertility medicine can't cure infertility for all. Not all women and men possess the capacity to conceive regardless of how hard they try, and some simply time out. There is no shame in that." RELATED: 15 Factors That Affect A Woman's Fertility Best quackwatch blog: Science-based medicine sciencebasedmedicine.org This blog's editors—including a breast surgeon and a neurologist—take a rigorously scientific stand on medical issues. They offer a balanced look at hot topics like gluten sensitivity and milk alternatives, plus occasionally stinging critiques of the efficacy of alternative therapies. Words of wisdom: "Think about it—we can prevent cancer with a vaccine," writes founder Steven Novella, MD, in support of the HPV vaccine. "This [issue] is a no-brainer." Best c'mon, get happy blog: Gretchen Rubin gretchenrubin.com The author of the runaway best-seller The Happiness project, Rubin offers appealingly nonsaccharine tips for finding joy and reducing discontent, rooted in serious research and plenty of testing (on herself). Words of wisdom: For an immediate boost, fake a smile. Studies suggest that acting happy can make you feel happy. Top tweeters Five of our favorite feeds (besides our own @goodhealth handle, of course). @DebbyHerbenick Sex researcher and author Debby Herbenick, PhD, tweets about her topics of interest, including which condoms run big or small and whether coconut oil is a good lube. Warning: possibly NSFW! @YoniFreedhoff The director of the Bariatric medical institute in Ottawa, Ontario, and author of The Diet Fix, Yoni Freedhoff, MD, doesn't only weigh in on obesity and nutrition topics. 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Whether you're looking for mealtime motivation, training tips or following a specific diet, we guarantee there'll be a blogger offering inspiration and insight to help you with your goals. Read on for our selection of six brilliant health blogs to follow in 2016. Green Kitchen Stories Beautifully sleek, stylish and always seasonal, this blog invites you to explore the food-focused life of one Copenhagen-based family - David, Luise and their young daughter Elsa. David is a magazine art director and Luise is studying to become a nutritional therapist, so it’s not hard to see how the couple’s day jobs lend themselves to producing such beautiful, nourishing dishes. There’s a huge variety in the recipes – sometimes raw, sometimes cooked, and incorporating a vast range of ingredients – but they're always vegetarian and often child-friendly, offering a valuable resource for raising children on a whole food diet. Visit the Green Kitchen Stories website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Twice The Health London-based, Lycra-loving friends Hannah and Emily set up their blog to share their forays into the realms of fitness, food and fashion. With their down-to-earth outlook and great sense of humour, it’s impossible not to pick up on the positive vibes in every post. We love that these ladies embrace their enjoyment of food and never deny having a healthy appetite. Blogging their way through tough challenges as they train for marathons and competitions, the girls also share recipes, product reviews and the occasional travel post, careful never to neglect the importance of happiness as well as health. Visit the Twice The Health website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Nourishing Jessica The tagline for this blog is, ‘people who love to eat are always the best people’ - a sentiment we couldn’t agree with more. Worth following for her phenomenal photography alone, Jessica’s elegantly styled shots of her vibrant recipes are nothing less than aspirational. After a diagnosis of a dairy allergy sparked her interest in alternative foods, Jessica turned her creativity to exploring paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and raw recipes, focusing on using fresh, organic and whole foods. Visit the Nourishing Jessica website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Chocolate Covered Katie We often take our foodie inspiration and health trends from across the pond, and Chocolate Covered Katie is a fine example of why, specialising in ‘cleaning up’ usually calorie-laden desserts including crumbles, cookies and cheesecakes. Clicking through page after page of drool-worthy photos, it’s hard to believe that all these recipes aren’t as calorific as the originals, so it’s just as well that Katie provides extensive nutritional information to accompany each post. Visit the Chocolate Covered Katie website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Deliciously Ella She’s no newcomer, but if you’re not already familiar with Deliciously Ella, we guarantee that you will be in 2016. After being diagnosed with a rare illness that left her unable to leave her bed, and finding conventional medicine ineffective, Ella cut out meat, dairy, sugar, gluten and all processed foods, opting instead for a plant-based diet. With two cookbooks, a massive social following and plans to open her own deli this year, we’ll certainly be keeping our eyes firmly fixed on what Ella does next. Visit the Deliciously Ella website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Indulging Innocently Balancing her enthusiasm for health with her sweet-tooth, Pamela’s blog proves once and for all that you can have your cake and eat it. All the recipes on the website are gluten-free, with a focus on boosting protein content, and include a range of sweet treats such as muffins, pies, and even sweet pizzas. Alongside these, Pamela posts lots of product reviews- perfect if you’re always on the look out for your next favourite healthy baking ingredient or superfood snack. Visit the Indulging Innocently website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Who are your favourite health and fitness bloggers? Let us know in the comments below... More from around the web Promoted stories by Comments, questions and tips Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (5)Questions (0)Tips (0) OgreTime 2nd Feb, 2016 Here is another good tip to reboot the energy and lose weight: http://theurbanmonk.com/reboot/launch/ It shows how to get more energy from your food, burn fat, generate more power in your body, reduce stress. Detox your body and soothe away anxiety with high quality sleep, tap into an unlimited source of hidden energy available to each one of us. Plus gain extra clarity, focus and powerful intention. claire01300 14th Jan, 2016 I am a fan of Jules Clancy's http://thestonesoup.com/. The recipes have a paleo slant but are flexible enough to appeal to non-paleo food enthusiasts, and the blog itself offers a clean and simple approach to meal times. Recommended browsing! mizmay 12th Jan, 2016 Great write-up. For something a bit different and out of the ordinary, I would recommend Foods from Africa. www.foodsfromafrica.com. Tapping into the diversity of Africa, the blog is all about tasty, healthy African food with a western twist. There is a focus on healthy living and eating drawn from the blogger's own struggle with being diagnosed with diabetes. Judette 13th Jan, 2016 Recently started following Foods from Africa, as well. Very interesting recipes, and healthy, too. beckystafferton 12th Jan, 2016 Great article. I intend to check all of these sites out today when I get a spare moment. 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Book tickets nowKeep track of new posts from Top 100 Health blogs in one place on Feedspot Continue with Google Continue with Facebook Feedspot Blog HOME BLOG Get the best of Top 100 Health blogs delivered to you once a week ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS... CONTINUE Top 100 Health Blogs for Healthy Living Better Healthcare Last Updated Feb 15, 2017 | 0 LinkedIn170Buffer130Facebook115Google+2RedditTwitter The Best Health blogs from thousands of top Health blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week. If your blog is selected in this list, you have the honour of displaying this Badge (Award) on your blog. SUBMIT YOUR BLOG Search Rank Blog Name Facebook Fans Twitter Followers Alexa Rank 1 WebMD - Better information. Better health.+ Follow WebMD - Better information. Better health. webmd.com/news/default.html USA About Blog - The leading source for trustworthy and timely health and medical news and information. Providing credible health information, supportive community, and educational services by blending award-winning expertise in content, community services, expert commentary, and medical review. Frequency - about 58 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,273,923 1,484,679 499 2 Harvard Health Blog - Health Information and Medical Information+ Follow Harvard Health Blog - Health Information and Medical Information health.harvard.edu/blog Boston, MA About Blog - We aim to provide the most current health information that is authoritative trustworthy. Drawing expertise from our 11,000 Harvard Med docs. Frequency - about 5 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 60,945 1,073,841 1,094 3 Reddit | Health+ Follow Reddit | Health reddit.com/r/Health San Francisco, CA About Blog - Health, a place to discuss health news. Frequency - about 175 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,009,075 433,569 25 4 Hello Healthy - MyFitnessPal Blog+ Follow Hello Healthy - MyFitnessPal Blog blog.myfitnesspal.com San Francisco, CA About Blog - Hello Healthy is the healthy-living blog of MyFitnessPal. We’re on a mission to make your journey to a healthier life easier, more fun, and delicious. MyFitnessPal is a free and easy nutrition and fitness system that helps anyone achieve good health. Our powerful tools get you fit...and keep you there. Frequency - about 18 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,522,878 158,406 841 5 Natural Health Articles, News, and Information by Dr. Mercola+ Follow Natural Health Articles, News, and Information by Dr. Mercola mercola.com Chicago, IL About Blog - Get current health news and information from the best natural health source provider Dr. Joseph Mercola. Frequency - about 16 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,425,997 243,661 2,869 6 Wellness Mama® | Simple Answers for Healthier Families+ Follow Wellness Mama® | Simple Answers for Healthier Families wellnessmama.com/blog Kitchen Laundry Room About Blog - Wellness Mama® is the online source for healthy recipes, natural remedies, DIY beauty products, and organization tips for moms and families. Frequency - about 5 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 599,259 24,740 12,228 7 Precision Nutrition | Nutrition Coaching and Certification+ Follow Precision Nutrition | Nutrition Coaching and Certification precisionnutrition.com/blog Worldwide About Blog - Life-changing, research-driven nutrition coaching for everyone. Precision Nutrition will get you in the best shape of your life. 100% guaranteed. 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Frequency - about 9 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 197,817 111,000 20,836 10 Health - The New York Times+ Follow Health - The New York Times nytimes.com/section/health New York City About Blog - Find all health related news. Frequency - about 32 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 12,048,401 30,719,087 120 11 The Lancet Global Health Blog+ Follow The Lancet Global Health Blog globalhealth.thelancet.com About Blog - Open-access journal publishing robustly designed, locally relevant original research on all aspects of global health. 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Rock Health exists to fund and support entrepreneurs working at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Put simply, our mandate is impact. Frequency - about 1 post per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 7,144 51,528 280,331 25 Mission Health Blog+ Follow Mission Health Blog blog.mission-health.org Asheville, NC About Blog - Mission Health provides world-class health services to the people of western North Carolina. Frequency - about 6 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 52,587 6,168 311,615 26 Health Blog – Health and fitness news+ Follow Health Blog – Health and fitness news ahealthblog.com About Blog - Health and fitness news. Frequency - about 3 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 19,547 149,042 360,900 27 Joyous Health • Healthy Inspiration To Live Your Best Life+ Follow Joyous Health • Healthy Inspiration To Live Your Best Life joyoushealth.com/blog Toronto, Canada About Blog - This page is dedicated to you! 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It does so through a number of training programs, a resource-laden website and blog, publications and more. Frequency - about 7 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 3,218 15,507 561,718 32 Jessica Sepel - Health Blogger | Nutritionist | Wellness Coach+ Follow Jessica Sepel - Health Blogger | Nutritionist | Wellness Coach jessicasepel.com Sydney, Australia About Blog - Having recently completed a Bachelor of Health Science and now specializing in Nutritional Medicine (also a certified food coach), my policy to a healthy lifestyle. A blog by Jessica Sepel a health lifestyle advisor. Frequency - about 6 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 37,918 3,841 513,775 33 Center for Health Journalism+ Follow Center for Health Journalism centerforhealthjournalism.or.. Los Angeles, California About Blog - Center for Health Journalism is an online community where journalists, clinicians and policy thinkers share ideas on health journalism and health care. 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(CNN)The next possible US secretary of defense went by the military call sign "Chaos." Revered by his troops as a "warrior monk" with a knack for hard-edged quips, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis led troops in Afghanistan in 2001, won laurels for leadership in one of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq War and most recently headed US Central Command, perhaps the military's most complicated and challenging post. Now, Mattis faces an entirely different kind of fight. As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to formally nominate the former four-star to head the Pentagon, some Democrats are signaling his confirmation might not be entirely easy. Some observers question whether Mattis' battlefield experience prepares him for the very different task of running an enormous bureaucracy, while senior lawmakers worry about what the 66-year-old's nomination means for maintaining civilian control of the military. Republicans issued glowing testimonials to Mattis and his career. California Rep. Devin Nunes, who heads the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said he could think of "no better candidate to lead America's military in our long fight against jihadism and countering other pressing threats." Noting that Mattis hasn't been out of uniform long enough to lead the Pentagon without a congressional waiver, California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said that while he "would make an excellent Secretary of Defense, we must also bear in mind the precedent we would be setting and the impact it would have on the principle of civilian leadership of our nation's military." Donald Trump speaks with Taiwan's President Kirsten Gillibrand, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee subcommittee on personnel, was more definitive. "Civilian control of our military is a fundamental principle of American democracy," Gillibrand said in a statement Thursday, "and I will not vote for an exception to this rule." Just one senator can demand that the waiver for Mattis meet a 60-vote threshold, meaning he would need to get the support of all Republicans and eight Democrats to move toward confirmation next year. If he's approved, Mattis would be the highest-ranking former officer to serve as defense secretary. The Washington State native and history major led troops through the conflicts in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq. From 2010 to 2013, he led Central Command, which oversees the Middle East and Southeast Asia, until the Obama administration let him go over disagreements on Iran. The White House was pushing for a nuclear deal with Tehran in 2013, the same year Mattis was telling the Aspen Security Forum that his top concern as Centcom commander was "Iran, Iran, Iran." Obama to sign Iran sanctions bill Mattis has since been critical of the deal and of the Obama administration's refusal to engage more aggressively in the Middle East, saying it has fueled extremism in the region. In 2015, he told a congressional panel that the US needed to come out of its "reactive crouch" in the Middle East and defend its values. Indeed, Mattis has not been known to mince words. He's affectionately known as "Mad Dog" by troops who trade his quips like prized baseball cards. On the news of his nomination, many of those sayings instantly became memes on Twitter. Among them: "a good soldier follows orders, but a true warrior wears his enemy's skin like a poncho," and "be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet." Human Rights Watch called on Congress to fully examine his views on a number of issues. "Media accounts suggest that Gen. Mattis doesn't agree with President-elect Trump's more outrageous campaign proposals, such as bringing back waterboarding, targeting terrorist suspects' family members, or tampering with anti-torture laws," said Washington director Sarah Margon. She urged that during the confirmation process "senators make sure Mattis unreservedly repudiates these proposals, acknowledges that they are illegal, and confirms that they are not up for future consideration." Mattis is one of a slew of generals Trump has been considering for other Cabinet-level jobs, including Gen. David Petraeus for the State Department, Gen. John Kelly to head Homeland Security and Adm. Mike Rogers as the director of national intelligence. Erin Simpson, a national security consultant and senior editor at WarontheRocks.com, said the incoming administration may be trying to capitalize on public respect for the military by considering so many generals. But "where there are really weak civilian institutions and an inexperienced president, it just doesn't sit right by me," said Simpson. The silver lining, she adds, is that many military and security professionals wary of Trump may be convinced to serve under Mattis. "It provides some top-cover for other qualified folks to come in who might not have otherwise," Simpson said. "There are a lot of jobs to fill at the Pentagon, this could bring in some talent and that's a net gain." China's foreign ministry says it has lodged a complaint with the US after President-elect Donald Trump spoke to Taiwan's leader in a phone call. China sees Taiwan as a breakaway province. US policy set in 1979 cut formal relations with Taiwan. Mr Trump's transition team said he and Tsai Ing-wen noted "close economic, political, and security ties". The US is Taiwan's most important ally and provides Taiwan with sufficient weaponry to defend itself. China said it had lodged a "solemn representation" with Washington. According to the state news agency Xinhua, China urged the US "to cautiously, properly handle Taiwan issue to avoid unnecessary disturbance to Sino-US relations". Foreign Minister Wang Yi dismissed the call as a "petty trick" by Taiwan, Chinese state media said. What happened? Mr Trump tweeted on Friday that Ms Tsai had called him to congratulate him on winning the US election. His team said that the US president-elect had also congratulated Ms Tsai on becoming the president of Taiwan last January. No US president or president-elect has spoken directly to a Taiwanese leader for decades. Following media reports pointing out the risks of angering China, Mr Trump tweeted: "Interesting how the US sells Taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment but I should not accept a congratulatory call." The White House has said Mr Trump's conversation does not signal any change in US policy. US media reported that the White House learned of the call only after it had happened. Mr Trump's spokeswoman said he was "well aware" of US policy towards Taiwan. Read more: What's behind the China-Taiwan divide? What is the problem? This file photo taken on November 10, 2016 shows a man buying a newspaper featuring a photo of US President-elect Donald TrumpImage copyrightAFP/GETTY IMAGES Image caption China is closely watching Mr Trump's transition to president The split between China and Taiwan goes back to 1949, when the Republic of China (ROC) Kuomintang (KMT) government fled the mainland to Taiwan after being defeated by the communists under Mao Zedong. The KMT held China's seat on the UN Security Council and was, for a while, recognised by many Western nations as the only Chinese government. But in 1971, the UN switched diplomatic recognition to Beijing. Only a handful of countries now recognise Taiwan's government. Washington cut formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan in 1979, expressing its support for Beijing's "one country, two systems" concept, which states that Taiwan is part of China. But despite the cut, the US remains, by far, Taiwan's most important friend, and its only ally. The Taiwan Relations Act promises to supply Taiwan with defensive weapons. It says that any attack by China on Taiwan would be considered of "grave concern" to the US. China has hundreds of missiles pointing towards Taiwan, and has threatened to use force if it formally declares independence. President Tsai, Taiwan's first female leader, led the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to a landslide victory in the January 2016 election. The DPP has traditionally leaned towards independence from China. President Tsai's administration does not accept the "One China" policy. Read more: Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan's shy but steely leader From concern to alarm and anger - Carrie Gracie, BBC China editor, Beijing TaiwanImage copyrightREUTERS Image caption In an image released by her office, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen is seen speaking on the phone to Mr Trump Mr Trump's decision to turn his back on four decades of US protocol on Taiwan and speak directly to a president of Taiwan has stunned policymakers in Beijing. Since his election last month, they have struggled to understand who is advising Donald Trump on Asia and what his China policy will look like. This move will turn concern into alarm and anger. Beijing sees Taiwan as a province. Denying it any of the trappings of an independent state is one of the key priorities of Chinese foreign policy. Read more from Carrie: The Trump phone call that will stun Beijing Mild reaction - Cindy Sui, BBC, Taipei China's reaction is relatively mild. It doesn't want to get off on the wrong foot with Mr Trump. And it sees Mr Trump as an inexperienced politician, so for now it's willing to forgive him and not play this up. It may also be somewhat reassured by statements from the US that its policy on China and Taiwan has not changed. But behind the scenes it's safe to say China is working hard to "educate" the Trump team on not repeating such diplomatic faux pas. This move by Taiwan's President Tsai will further infuriate Beijing and make it distrust her even more and see her as favouring Taiwan's formal independence from China. World-changing ideas summit With our powers of reasoning, rich memories and the ability to imagine what the future might hold, human intelligence is unequalled in the animal kingdom. Our closest relatives, chimpanzees, are adept problem solvers, making their own tools to reach food, for example. They use sophisticated gestures and facial expressions to communicate. Yet, they fall a long way short of our own ability to think and plan for the future. Thomas Suddendorf, a psychologist at the University of Queensland, describes this as the gap – the cognitive gulf that separates us from animals. But it was not always so wide, he says in the video above. Our species once shared the planet with other hominins with intelligence that may have rivaled our own. Their extinction was at least partly due to the actions of our own ancestors, according to many anthropologists. We need to be careful not to make the same mistakes again and widen the gap between the species even further in our pursuit of progress, warns Suddendorf, who spoke to BBC Future at the World-Changing Ideas Summit in Sydney on 15 November. Read more: We’ve got human intelligence all wrong Jason G Goldman’s column Uniquely Human, about the similarities and differences between us and the animal kingdom Join 700,000+ Future fans by liking us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc.com features newsletter, called “If You Only Read 6 Things This Week”. A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Future, Earth, Culture, Capital, Travel and Autos, delivered to your inbox every Friday. The minibus crosses the vast plateau on a newly paved road. Cracked fields stretch away towards the Moroccan desert to the south. Yet the barren landscape is no longer quite as desolate as it once was. This year it became home to one of the world’s biggest solar power plants. Welcome to Future Now Your essential guide to a world in flux Change happens quickly these days and it can be hard to keep up. That’s why BBC Future has launched a new section called Future Now to bring you in-depth stories about the people, events and trends that are shaping our world. We will be publishing regular stories from all over the world about technology, energy, economics, society and much more – you can find them here. We hope you will join us as we explore the changes that matter. Hundreds of curved mirrors, each as big as a bus, are ranked in rows covering 1,400,000 sq m (15m sq ft) of desert, an area the size of 200 football fields. The massive complex sits on a sun-blasted site at the foot of the High Atlas mountains, 10km (6 miles) from Ouarzazate – a city nicknamed the door to the desert. With around 330 days of sunshine a year, it’s an ideal location. As well as meeting domestic needs, Morocco hopes one day to export solar energy to Europe. This is a plant that could help define Africa's – and the world’s – energy future. (Credit: Getty Images) Hundreds of curved mirrors, each as big as a bus, are ranked in rows covering 1,400,000 square metres of desert, an area the size of 200 football fields (Credit: Getty Images) Of course, on the day I visit the sky is covered in clouds. “No electricity will be produced today,“ says Rachid Bayed at the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (Masen), which is responsible for implementing the flagship project. An occasional off day is not a concern, however. After many years of false starts, solar power is coming of age as countries in the sun finally embrace their most abundant source of clean energy. The Moroccan site is one of several across Africa and similar plants are being built in the Middle East – in Jordan, Dubai and Saudi Arabia. The falling cost of solar power has made it a viable alternative to oil even in the most oil-rich parts of the world. As well as meeting domestic needs, Morocco hopes one day to export solar energy to Europe. Noor 1, the first phase of the Moroccan plant, has already surpassed expectations in terms of the amount of energy it has produced. It is an encouraging result in line with Morocco’s goal to reduce its fossil fuel bill by focusing on renewables while still meeting growing energy needs that are increasing by about 7% per year. Morocco’s stable government and economy has helped it secure funding: the European Union contributed 60% of the cost for the Ouarzazate project, for example. (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) With around 330 days of sunshine a year, the region around Ouarzazate - a city nicknamed the door to the desert - is an ideal location (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) The country plans to generate 14% of its energy from solar by 2020 and by adding other renewable sources like wind and water into the mix, it is aiming to produce 52% of its own energy by 2030. This puts Morocco more or less in line with countries like the UK, which wants to generate 30% of its electricity from renewables by the end of the decade, and the US, where President Obama set a target of 20% by 2030. (Trump has threatened to dump renewables, but his actions may not have a huge impact. Many policies are controlled by individual states and big companies have already started to switch to cleaner and cheaper alternatives.) Due to the lack sun on the day I visit, the hundreds of mirrors stand still and silent. The team keeps a close eye on weather forecasts to predict output for the following day, allowing other sources of energy to take over when it is overcast. The reflectors can be heard as they move together to follow the sun like a giant field of sunflowers But normally the reflectors can be heard as they move together to follow the Sun like a giant field of sunflowers. The mirrors focus the Sun’s energy onto a synthetic oil that flows through a network of pipes. Reaching temperatures up to 350C (662F), the hot oil is used to produce high-pressure water vapour that drives a turbine-powered generator. “It’s the same classic process used with fossil fuels, except that we are using the Sun’s heat as the source,” says Bayed. The plant keeps generating energy after sunset, when electricity demands peak. Some of the day’s energy is stored in reservoirs of superhot molten salts made of sodium and potassium nitrates, which keeps production going for up to three hours. In the next phase of the plant, production will continue for up to eight hours after sunset. (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) Once fully operational, the solar plant will only require about 50 to 100 employees (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) As well as boosting Morocco’s power production, the Ouarzazate project is helping the local economy. Around 2,000 workers were hired during the initial two years of construction, many of them Moroccan. Roads built to provide access to the plant have also connected nearby villages, helping children get to school. Water brought in for the site has been piped beyond the complex, hooking up 33 villages to the water grid. Water brought in for the site has been piped beyond the complex, hooking up 33 villages to the water grid Masen has also helped farmers in the area by teaching them sustainable practices. Heading towards the mountains, I visit the Berber village of Asseghmou, 30 miles (48 kilometres) north of Ouarzazate, where a small farm has now changed the way it raises ewes. Most farmers here rely on their intuition alone but they are being introduced to more reliable techniques -such as simply separating animals in their pens – which are improving yields. Masen also provided 25 farms with sheep for breeding purposes. “I now have better food security,” says Chaoui, who runs a local farm. And his almond tree is thriving thanks to cultivation tips. Even so, some locals have concerns. Abdellatif, who lives in the city of Zagora about 75 miles (120 kilometres) further south, where there are high rates of unemployment, thinks that the plant should focus on creating permanent jobs. He has friends who were hired to work there but they were only on contract for a few months. Once fully operational, the station will only require about 50 to 100 employees so the job boom may end. “The components of the plant are manufactured abroad but it would be better to produce them locally to generate ongoing work for residents,” he says. (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) The solar plant draws a massive amount of water from the local El Mansour Eddahbi dam. Water scarcity has been a problem in the semi-desert region (Credit: Sandrine Ceurstemont) A bigger issue is that the solar plant draws a massive amount of water for cleaning and cooling from the local El Mansour Eddahbi dam. In recent years, water scarcity has been a problem in the semi-desert region and there are water cuts. Agricultural land further south in the Draa valley depends on water from the dam, which is occasionally released into the otherwise-dry river. But Mustapha Sellam, the site manager, claims that the water used by the complex amounts to 0.5% of the dam’s supply, which is negligible compared to its capacity. Still, the plant’s consumption is enough to make a difference to struggling farmers. So the plant is making improvements to reduce the amount of water it uses. Instead of relying on water to clean the mirrors, pressurised air is used. And whereas Noor 1 uses water to cool the steam produced by the generators, so that it can be turned back into water and reused to produce more electricity, a dry cooling system that uses air will be installed. The success of plants in places like Morocco and South Africa will encourage other African countries to turn to solar power These new sections of the plant are currently being built. Noor 2 will be similar to the first phase, but Noor 3 will experiment with a different design. Instead of ranks of mirrors it will capture and store the Sun’s energy with a single large tower, which is thought to be more efficient. Seven thousand flat mirrors surrounding the tower will all track and reflect the sun’s rays towards a receiver at the top, requiring much less space than existing arrangement of mirrors. Molten salts filling the interior of the tower will capture and store heat directly, doing away with the need for hot oil. Similar systems are already used in South Africa, Spain and a few sites in the US, such as California’s Mojave desert and Nevada. But at 86ft (26m) tall, Ouarzazate’s recently erected structure is the highest of its kind in the world. (Credit: Getty Images) Africa’s sunshine could eventually make the continent a supplier of energy to the rest of the world (Credit: Getty Images) Other plants in Morocco are already underway. Next year construction will begin at two sites in the south-west, near Laayoune and Boujdour, with plants near Tata and Midelt to follow. The success of these plants in Morocco – and those in South Africa - may encourage other African countries to turn to solar power. South Africa is already one of the world’s top 10 producers of solar power and Rwanda is home to east Africa’s first solar plant, which opened in 2014. Large plants are being planned for Ghana and Uganda. Africa’s sunshine could eventually make the continent a supplier of energy to the rest of the world. Sellam has high hopes for Noor. “Our main goal is to become energy-independent but if one day we are producing a surplus we could supply other countries too,” he says. Imagine recharging your electric car in Berlin with electricity produced in Morocco. 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his! ABOUT PARTNER WITH US CAREERSSkip to main content 10 Health Bloggers You'll Love NEXT ARTICLE HEALTH / MIND BODY 10 Health Bloggers You'll Love These writers offer passionate insight and smart advice on the subjects that matter to you most€—everything from natural living to super-intimate body concerns. By Courtney Rubin sponsored stories 40 Baby Names Destined for Doctors 40 Baby Names Destined for Doctors MooseRoots | By Graphiq The 25 Longest Living Dog Breeds The 25 Longest Living Dog Breeds PetBreeds | By Graphiq Sponsored Links by trending now The Best Exercise to Sculpt Your Legs 10 Superfoods for Weight Loss How to Make High-Protein No-Bake Apple Energy Bites 6 Secrets to Get to Sleep Faster Jen Widerstrom’s Superset Workout Fast-Tracks Your Toning Goals How to Make Fat-Burning Banana-Nut Oatmeal 7 Numbers You Should Know for Your Heart health blogger Photo: Getty Images LAST UPDATED: JUL 08, 2015 health blogger Getty Images So many health blogs, so little time. That's why we scoured the internet and selected the healthy-living voices that are truly worth your clicks. A sometimes foulmouthed ob-gyn, a neuroscientist-slash-foodie, a writer struggling with mental illness—these passionate folks bring unique perspectives and well-tested wisdom to their subjects. And, above all, their feeds are just plain great reads. Get ready to hit "follow"! RELATED: 9 Fitness Trainers to Follow on Instagram Best weight-loss inspiration blog: Diary of an Aspiring Loser Maintainer diaryofanaspiringloser.com Divorce, raising two kids and the occasional fall into a vat of cheese puffs haven't derailed Michelle Funez's efforts to get healthy. What makes her blog so inspiring isn't just her fitness feats (triathlons!) but her journey to self-acceptance. Words of wisdom: In a slump? Go to the gym and do nothing (or almost nothing). "It's maintaining the routine that's important." Best dose-of-reality blog: Dr. Jen Gunter drjengunter.wordpress.com In her twitter profile pic, ob-gyn Jennifer Gunter, MD, is dressed as wonder woman, and boy does she wield the lasso of truth. Dr. Gunter dispenses straight talk on vaccines, explains why vagina facials shouldn't be a thing and assesses popular sex advice. Words of wisdom: Want to try doughnut-enhanced fellatio? It's safe, but avoid cinnamon, as it can cause contact dermatitis. RELATED: 10 Myths About Sexual Health Best breast cancer blog: Invasive duct tales invasiveducttales.com Last year, Heather Lagemann found a lump while breast-feeding her infant daughter, was quickly diagnosed with cancer and underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. Lagemann's irreverent humor stands out: Yes, there is her account of discussing her illness with her older daughter, but there's also her admission that she played the "cancer card" to avoid cooking for Thanksgiving. Words of wisdom: Newly diagnosed? "it's okay to be scared, sad, angry, confused, and generally not so sunny...don't let the pressure of being a 'good' cancer patient drown you." RELATED: Worst Things to Say to a Breast Cancer Patient Best healthstyle blog: Summer Tomato summertomato.com Neuroscientist Darya Rose, PhD, shares easily digestible info about how and why we make food and exercise decisions. In a typical post, she'll detail the brain's reward circuits or explain the problems of short-term diets. And don't miss her healthy recipes! Words of wisdom: To form a good habit, you need to like it. "If your new activity provokes a negative or even neutral emotional response it probably will not stick. So yes, you're going to have to learn to enjoy being thinner and healthier." Best behind-the-stethoscope blog: Reflections of a Grady doctor gradydoctor.com Atlanta internist Kimberly Manning, MD, offers a window into life at a public hospital: the terror when a baby is born at around 21 weeks, her reaction when a colleague used the word retard. Dr. Manning, who is black and couldn't have practiced at Grady Memorial 50 years ago, also writes about race, often through the lens of her two young sons. Words of wisdom: Your definition of "having it all" is the only one that matters. Best mental illness blog: Bipolar burble natashatracy.com Former skydiver Natasha Tracy knows about burbles, low-pressure pockets of air that can make you crash. For Tracy, who has bipolar disorder, that unstable place is a metaphor for her state of mind. Words of wisdom: Having a mental illness doesn't make you a freak. "No matter who you are, no matter what you're going through, you are not alone. Believe me, this much I know is true." RELATED: 10 Subtle Signs of Bipolar Disorder Best natural-home blog: Wellness mama wellnessmama.com This doula and mother of five writes about real food and natural products, with a focus on homemade options from shampoo to detergent to dog food. Words of wisdom: No need to go completely green overnight. "Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good," she writes. health blogger Getty Images Best infertility blog: Silent sorority silentsorority.com Like fertility treatment itself, infertility blogs can be very procedural. Instead, Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos shares the reality of handling the stigma of infertility and living a full life outside of parenthood. Words of wisdom: "Fertility medicine can't cure infertility for all. Not all women and men possess the capacity to conceive regardless of how hard they try, and some simply time out. There is no shame in that." RELATED: 15 Factors That Affect A Woman's Fertility Best quackwatch blog: Science-based medicine sciencebasedmedicine.org This blog's editors—including a breast surgeon and a neurologist—take a rigorously scientific stand on medical issues. They offer a balanced look at hot topics like gluten sensitivity and milk alternatives, plus occasionally stinging critiques of the efficacy of alternative therapies. Words of wisdom: "Think about it—we can prevent cancer with a vaccine," writes founder Steven Novella, MD, in support of the HPV vaccine. "This [issue] is a no-brainer." Best c'mon, get happy blog: Gretchen Rubin gretchenrubin.com The author of the runaway best-seller The Happiness project, Rubin offers appealingly nonsaccharine tips for finding joy and reducing discontent, rooted in serious research and plenty of testing (on herself). Words of wisdom: For an immediate boost, fake a smile. Studies suggest that acting happy can make you feel happy. Top tweeters Five of our favorite feeds (besides our own @goodhealth handle, of course). @DebbyHerbenick Sex researcher and author Debby Herbenick, PhD, tweets about her topics of interest, including which condoms run big or small and whether coconut oil is a good lube. Warning: possibly NSFW! @YoniFreedhoff The director of the Bariatric medical institute in Ottawa, Ontario, and author of The Diet Fix, Yoni Freedhoff, MD, doesn't only weigh in on obesity and nutrition topics. He also shares interesting articles about other health matters, such as breast-feeding in public and the lack of science behind homeopathy. @Medgadget Doctors and medical engineers run this crazily comprehensive feed about the latest medical gadgets, technologies and discoveries, from a scanner that detects bed sores before they break the skin to ultra-high-tech acne management. @SusannahFox Public health expert Susannah Fox is the person to follow for feeling good (instead of guilty) about your use of social media: She tweets about how online communication—plus data and technology—can be used to support health. @BreneBrown Texas researcher and best-selling author Brene Brown, PhD, studies shame, vulnerability and authenticity; her TED talk on courage is one of the most popular ever. 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Whether you're looking for mealtime motivation, training tips or following a specific diet, we guarantee there'll be a blogger offering inspiration and insight to help you with your goals. Read on for our selection of six brilliant health blogs to follow in 2016. Green Kitchen Stories Beautifully sleek, stylish and always seasonal, this blog invites you to explore the food-focused life of one Copenhagen-based family - David, Luise and their young daughter Elsa. David is a magazine art director and Luise is studying to become a nutritional therapist, so it’s not hard to see how the couple’s day jobs lend themselves to producing such beautiful, nourishing dishes. There’s a huge variety in the recipes – sometimes raw, sometimes cooked, and incorporating a vast range of ingredients – but they're always vegetarian and often child-friendly, offering a valuable resource for raising children on a whole food diet. Visit the Green Kitchen Stories website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Twice The Health London-based, Lycra-loving friends Hannah and Emily set up their blog to share their forays into the realms of fitness, food and fashion. With their down-to-earth outlook and great sense of humour, it’s impossible not to pick up on the positive vibes in every post. We love that these ladies embrace their enjoyment of food and never deny having a healthy appetite. Blogging their way through tough challenges as they train for marathons and competitions, the girls also share recipes, product reviews and the occasional travel post, careful never to neglect the importance of happiness as well as health. Visit the Twice The Health website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Nourishing Jessica The tagline for this blog is, ‘people who love to eat are always the best people’ - a sentiment we couldn’t agree with more. Worth following for her phenomenal photography alone, Jessica’s elegantly styled shots of her vibrant recipes are nothing less than aspirational. After a diagnosis of a dairy allergy sparked her interest in alternative foods, Jessica turned her creativity to exploring paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and raw recipes, focusing on using fresh, organic and whole foods. Visit the Nourishing Jessica website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Chocolate Covered Katie We often take our foodie inspiration and health trends from across the pond, and Chocolate Covered Katie is a fine example of why, specialising in ‘cleaning up’ usually calorie-laden desserts including crumbles, cookies and cheesecakes. Clicking through page after page of drool-worthy photos, it’s hard to believe that all these recipes aren’t as calorific as the originals, so it’s just as well that Katie provides extensive nutritional information to accompany each post. Visit the Chocolate Covered Katie website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Deliciously Ella She’s no newcomer, but if you’re not already familiar with Deliciously Ella, we guarantee that you will be in 2016. After being diagnosed with a rare illness that left her unable to leave her bed, and finding conventional medicine ineffective, Ella cut out meat, dairy, sugar, gluten and all processed foods, opting instead for a plant-based diet. With two cookbooks, a massive social following and plans to open her own deli this year, we’ll certainly be keeping our eyes firmly fixed on what Ella does next. Visit the Deliciously Ella website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Indulging Innocently Balancing her enthusiasm for health with her sweet-tooth, Pamela’s blog proves once and for all that you can have your cake and eat it. All the recipes on the website are gluten-free, with a focus on boosting protein content, and include a range of sweet treats such as muffins, pies, and even sweet pizzas. Alongside these, Pamela posts lots of product reviews- perfect if you’re always on the look out for your next favourite healthy baking ingredient or superfood snack. Visit the Indulging Innocently website, or follow on Instagram or Twitter. Who are your favourite health and fitness bloggers? Let us know in the comments below... More from around the web Promoted stories by Comments, questions and tips Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (5)Questions (0)Tips (0) OgreTime 2nd Feb, 2016 Here is another good tip to reboot the energy and lose weight: http://theurbanmonk.com/reboot/launch/ It shows how to get more energy from your food, burn fat, generate more power in your body, reduce stress. Detox your body and soothe away anxiety with high quality sleep, tap into an unlimited source of hidden energy available to each one of us. Plus gain extra clarity, focus and powerful intention. claire01300 14th Jan, 2016 I am a fan of Jules Clancy's http://thestonesoup.com/. The recipes have a paleo slant but are flexible enough to appeal to non-paleo food enthusiasts, and the blog itself offers a clean and simple approach to meal times. Recommended browsing! mizmay 12th Jan, 2016 Great write-up. For something a bit different and out of the ordinary, I would recommend Foods from Africa. www.foodsfromafrica.com. Tapping into the diversity of Africa, the blog is all about tasty, healthy African food with a western twist. There is a focus on healthy living and eating drawn from the blogger's own struggle with being diagnosed with diabetes. Judette 13th Jan, 2016 Recently started following Foods from Africa, as well. Very interesting recipes, and healthy, too. beckystafferton 12th Jan, 2016 Great article. I intend to check all of these sites out today when I get a spare moment. 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Book tickets nowKeep track of new posts from Top 100 Health blogs in one place on Feedspot Continue with Google Continue with Facebook Feedspot Blog HOME BLOG Get the best of Top 100 Health blogs delivered to you once a week ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS... CONTINUE Top 100 Health Blogs for Healthy Living Better Healthcare Last Updated Feb 15, 2017 | 0 LinkedIn170Buffer130Facebook115Google+2RedditTwitter The Best Health blogs from thousands of top Health blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week. If your blog is selected in this list, you have the honour of displaying this Badge (Award) on your blog. SUBMIT YOUR BLOG Search Rank Blog Name Facebook Fans Twitter Followers Alexa Rank 1 WebMD - Better information. Better health.+ Follow WebMD - Better information. Better health. webmd.com/news/default.html USA About Blog - The leading source for trustworthy and timely health and medical news and information. Providing credible health information, supportive community, and educational services by blending award-winning expertise in content, community services, expert commentary, and medical review. Frequency - about 58 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,273,923 1,484,679 499 2 Harvard Health Blog - Health Information and Medical Information+ Follow Harvard Health Blog - Health Information and Medical Information health.harvard.edu/blog Boston, MA About Blog - We aim to provide the most current health information that is authoritative trustworthy. Drawing expertise from our 11,000 Harvard Med docs. Frequency - about 5 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 60,945 1,073,841 1,094 3 Reddit | Health+ Follow Reddit | Health reddit.com/r/Health San Francisco, CA About Blog - Health, a place to discuss health news. Frequency - about 175 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,009,075 433,569 25 4 Hello Healthy - MyFitnessPal Blog+ Follow Hello Healthy - MyFitnessPal Blog blog.myfitnesspal.com San Francisco, CA About Blog - Hello Healthy is the healthy-living blog of MyFitnessPal. We’re on a mission to make your journey to a healthier life easier, more fun, and delicious. MyFitnessPal is a free and easy nutrition and fitness system that helps anyone achieve good health. Our powerful tools get you fit...and keep you there. Frequency - about 18 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,522,878 158,406 841 5 Natural Health Articles, News, and Information by Dr. Mercola+ Follow Natural Health Articles, News, and Information by Dr. Mercola mercola.com Chicago, IL About Blog - Get current health news and information from the best natural health source provider Dr. Joseph Mercola. Frequency - about 16 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 1,425,997 243,661 2,869 6 Wellness Mama® | Simple Answers for Healthier Families+ Follow Wellness Mama® | Simple Answers for Healthier Families wellnessmama.com/blog Kitchen Laundry Room About Blog - Wellness Mama® is the online source for healthy recipes, natural remedies, DIY beauty products, and organization tips for moms and families. Frequency - about 5 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 599,259 24,740 12,228 7 Precision Nutrition | Nutrition Coaching and Certification+ Follow Precision Nutrition | Nutrition Coaching and Certification precisionnutrition.com/blog Worldwide About Blog - Life-changing, research-driven nutrition coaching for everyone. Precision Nutrition will get you in the best shape of your life. 100% guaranteed. Frequency - about 2 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 339,861 35,037 29,739 8 World of Psychology - Psychology and mental health blog+ Follow World of Psychology - Psychology and mental health blog psychcentral.com/blog Newburyport, MA About Blog - Psych Central is the Internet's leading independent mental health publisher. In addition to the information and education we provide, we also have over 250 support groups and thousands of indexed resources. Frequency - about 23 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 211,398 128,113 7,181 9 Mark's Daily Apple+ Follow Mark's Daily Apple marksdailyapple.com/blog Malibu, CA About Blog - Mark’s Daily Apple is the go-to destination to learn how to lead a healthy Primal life in this hectic modern world. A completely irreverent, bold take on the latest in health, diet, fitness and supplement news. Daily health tips and breaking information. Recipes, fitness and health coaching. Frequency - about 9 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 197,817 111,000 20,836 10 Health - The New York Times+ Follow Health - The New York Times nytimes.com/section/health New York City About Blog - Find all health related news. Frequency - about 32 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 12,048,401 30,719,087 120 11 The Lancet Global Health Blog+ Follow The Lancet Global Health Blog globalhealth.thelancet.com About Blog - Open-access journal publishing robustly designed, locally relevant original research on all aspects of global health. 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Rock Health exists to fund and support entrepreneurs working at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Put simply, our mandate is impact. Frequency - about 1 post per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 7,144 51,528 280,331 25 Mission Health Blog+ Follow Mission Health Blog blog.mission-health.org Asheville, NC About Blog - Mission Health provides world-class health services to the people of western North Carolina. Frequency - about 6 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 52,587 6,168 311,615 26 Health Blog – Health and fitness news+ Follow Health Blog – Health and fitness news ahealthblog.com About Blog - Health and fitness news. Frequency - about 3 posts per week GET EMAIL ALERTS Enter email Subscribe 19,547 149,042 360,900 27 Joyous Health • Healthy Inspiration To Live Your Best Life+ Follow Joyous Health • Healthy Inspiration To Live Your Best Life joyoushealth.com/blog Toronto, Canada About Blog - This page is dedicated to you! 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