1 of 11Nothing says summer like new sunnies. But most cute frames slide right off your nose at the first sign of sweat, making them nothing but frustrating during an outdoor workout. Opt for functional, though, and you usually end up looking like you’re in the Tour de France.Thankfully, sunglasses companies are coming to our ego’s rescue, with a ton of brands offering summer shades that are not only cute but that will actually stay on the sweatiest of faces.
Lassen National Park is one of few locations on Earth where you can see all four types of volcanoes plug dome, shield, cinder and cone. While Lassen Peak is the most famous, as well as the dominant feature in the park, there are numerous other literally hotspots to explore including mud pots, stinking fumaroles and hot springs. The park is also known for its nighttime activities in summer.
Am every bit of a 40G in my bra size. So I ordered the same size in this sports bra. I kid you not, the is the most AMAZING bra I have ever put on my body hands down. Jacqueline Palace (Consultant Neurologist, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford) and Ruth Geraldes (Neurologist, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford) examine the economic burden of multiple sclerosis, which was debated at the international roundtable “Time Matters in MS”, organised by the BMJ and the JNNP on World MS Day 2017, in Lisbon.Dean, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University College LondonUsing IMPrESS (International MultiPlE Sclerosis Study) to guide policy change in multiple sclerosisSenior Research Associate, LSE Enterprise, London School of EconomicsAssistant Professorial Research Fellow, PSSRU, London School of EconomicsStrategies to get relevant health economics data from the clinical development pre marketing phase of MS productsNeurology Professor; Clinical Pharmacology Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of LisbonAlastair Compston CBE, FRCP, FMedSci, FRSProfessor Compston was formerly professor of neurology, University of Cambridge, and is now professor emeritus. He is a former president of the European Neurological Society and the Association of British Neurologists as well as editor of Brain. Professor Compston is a Fellow of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences, Foreign Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Germany, Foreign Associate Member of the National Academy of Medicine of the USA, and Fellow of the Royal Society of London.
Those talks resulted in a landmark 2015 agreement that allowed inspectors into Iran’s nuclear facilities and promised to limit its nuclear program to peaceful purposes. In return, Iran saw some of the sanctions it had been slapped with lifted. The deal has become the signature achievement of Rouhani’s term in office and the centerpiece of his current presidential campaign for better and for worse.