Your Autistic Teen and Family Holiday Gatherings


Little kids with autism grow to be teens with autism. As is true with all adolescents, pressures both inside their bodies and in the social world can make them sometimes be irritable and reactive. Parents who live with them adapt and adopt new strategies for supporting their children over time. Relatives who see the kids intermittently often aren’t prepared for ...

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Australian stock exchange to move to blockchain


Image copyright Getty Images Australia’s main stock exchange has said it will become the first global market to use the technology behind bitcoin to clear and settle trades. The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will replace its current clearing system with blockchain technology. The new system has been in development and testing for more than two years and aims to cut ...

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My Hero, Ellie Walton


She’s only 3-years-old, but she has superpowers. Despite Ellie Walton’s diagnosis she’s still smiling and living life to the fullest. Ellie has been fighting brain cancer for almost three years. She was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor called desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma/astrocytoma when she was 4 months old. Since the original diagnosis, Ellie has received seven rounds of chemotherapy and ...

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Henri Alén's 'Fun Dining'


Having made over 200 appearances on TV shows such as Masterchef and American Food Battle, it’s amazing that Finnish chef Henri Alen can find the time to own one restaurant, let alone four. His Muru restaurant, an award-winning bistro in Helsinki, is the pick of the bunch with its mission to put the fun back into fine dining, but these ...

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Trump's Transatlantic Tweets and Britain's Politically Correct Meltdown


LONDON—The British Parliament went into emergency session, urging Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel President Trump’s planned visit to Britain next year. One MP even said if the American president should be arrested if he sets foot on British soil.  You might have thought Donald Trump ordered the sinking of a British battleship or insulted the Queen What Trump did ...

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Add Patterned Skins to 3D Prints with Hydro Dipping


Photos by Hep Svadja Read articles from the magazine right here on Make:. Don’t have a subscription yet? Get one today. Hydro dipping is a simple way to apply graphics and “skins” to your 3D prints. The process transfers images from a thin hydrographic film onto nearly any three-dimensional object by floating the image in a tub of water. Professionals ...

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When Guy Sees Napping Restaurant Cook, He Lets Them Sleep and Prepares, Pays For His Own Meal


When a Waffle House employee was having trouble keeping their eyes open during the graveyard shift, Alex Bowen was not about to stop them from getting some much-needed sleep. Instead, he decided to take manners into his own hands. Bowen had originally walked into the West Columbia, South Carolina restaurant at 3AM in search of something to eat after a ...

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Czech company banks on embers of thermal power


Nathalie Thomas, Energy Correspondent December 6, 2017 Experimental feature Listen to this article Play audio for this article Pause Experimental feature or Give us your feedback Thank you for your feedback. What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional) Send Feedback In an energy market where renewable ...

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Gastromasa 2017: A World of Ingredients


‘Product’ was the theme of the third annual Gastromosa food congress sponsored by S.Pellegrino, held this December in Istanbul, with some of the world’s best chefs taking to the stage to share their love for their favourite ingredients and in many cases to cook them in front of a delighted audience. Joan Roca charmed the home crowd with tales of ...

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Trump: ‘We need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama’


Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama. (Brynn Anderson/AP) President Trump on Monday offered his most explicit endorsement to date of Roy Moore, the embattled Republican Senate candidate in Alabama who stands accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward teenage girls more than three decades ago. “We need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama,” Trump declared in an early morning tweet, leaving no ...

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