Researchers found that 'emotional eaters' - those who eat when sad - preferred the taste of food and had a larger appetite when they were feeling negative emotions. Researchers found that 'emotional eaters' - those who eat when sad - preferred the taste of food and had a larger appetite when they were feeling negative emotions. Schnepper discovered that emotional eaters had a stronger appetite response and found food to be more pleasant when experiencing negative emotions compared to when they felt neutral emotions. Restrictive eaters, on the other hand, appeared more attentive towards food when they were feeling negative emotions but it didn't influence their appetite. For restrictive eaters there was also no significant change in appetite between feeling neutral and feeling negative emotions.
June 03, 2020 12:21 UTC
Sign up to FREE email alerts from Mirror - The Coronavirus Briefing Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid EmailThree West Indies players have refused to tour the UK over coronavirus fears. The Windies named a 14-man squad with 11 travelling reserves to arrive in the UK on June 9th for a three Test series against England – the first to be played since the coronavirus pandemic began. (Image: Action Images via Reuters)These figures alone will be enough to strike fear into anyone being asked to travel to the UK at this time, indeed England skipper Joe Root described the situation as 'scary' for the West Indian players. In a statement Cricket West Indies said: “Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer and Keemo Paul all declined the invitation to travel to England for the tour and CWI fully respects their decision to choose to do so. (Image: Getty Images,)WEST INDIES TEST SQUAD:Jason Holder (Captain)Jermaine BlackwoodNkrumah BonnerKraigg BrathwaiteShamarh BrooksJohn CampbellRoston ChaseRahkeem CornwallShane DowrichChemar HolderShai HopeAlzarri JosephRaymon ReiferKemar RoachRESERVE PLAYERSSunil AmbrisJoshua Da SilvaShannon GabrielKeon HardingKyle MayersPreston McSweenMarquino MindleyShane MoseleyAnderson PhillipOshane ThomasJomel Warrican
June 03, 2020 12:09 UTC
Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by pervasively tracking their internet use through browsers set in 'private' mode. Google's 'incognito' mode is promoted as offering a higher level of privacy for browsers. A new lawsuit, filed on Tuesday, accuses Google of still tracking people despite the mode being onThe lawsuit seeks at least $5 billion, accusing the Alphabet Inc unit of surreptitiously collecting information about what people view online and where they browse, despite their using what Google calls Incognito mode. The complaint said the proposed class likely includes 'millions' of Google users who since June 1, 2016 browsed the internet in 'private' mode. The case is Brown et al v Google LLC et al, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, No.
June 03, 2020 12:06 UTC
President Michael D Higgins has delivered a special message to 6th class pupils, paying tribute to them for the way they have risen to the challenges of recent months. The president has sent his best wishes to the 70,000 pupils who were not able to share the final months of primary school together and the rituals that go with it. “The cancellation or postponement of Confirmations, sports days, school concerts, graduation ceremonies and other events which would traditionally mark and celebrate the end of your time in primary school will, no doubt, have been a source of disappointment for so many of you,” he stated. But President Higgins is sending them on the road to second-level with an uplifting message, which pays much attention the valuable lessons they have learned about value of school as a social community . In his ‘As you finish primary school’ message, he expressed sympathies to those who had lost loved ones, and said he knew too that many were worried about relatives who were ill or lonely.
June 03, 2020 12:00 UTC
I saw young girls who refused to move get kicked, hit, sprayed and dragged off gasping for air. I saw young white people dressed in black darting back and forth, spray-painting, and, while I didn’t see it, they had set police cars on fire. Where they don’t come to see the institutional violence towards minorities justified by the state as “just how things are”. Peaceful protests have passed my apartment. Photograph: Erin Schaff/New York TimesTrump’s militaristic rhetoric and action, far from quelling tensions, is serving to inflame more people to demonstrate.
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June 03, 2020 11:54 UTC
The Covid-19 R rate has risen to 1.95 in Berlin prompting authorities to switch one of their 'corona traffic light' warning systems to red. The R rate in Germany as a whole is at 0.89 and would be classed as a green light (anything under 1.1). Berlin's R rate is one of three traffic lights which must turn red before lockdown changes are implemented in the city. WHAT IS THE R NUMBER? Estimates of the COVID-19 R vary because the true size of the pandemic remains a mystery, and how fast the virus spreads depends on the environment.
June 03, 2020 11:41 UTC
The loneliness of the long-distance boxer just about sums up Kellie Harrington's life right now. But for Covid-19 she would be fine tuning her preparations for the Tokyo Olympics, going there next month as one of Ireland's blue-chip prospects for a medal. She's not bothered that other countries have lifted their lockdown to the extent that their elite athletes can train properly again. Kellie has spent some of the lockdown period working in hospitals, helping staff there. It certainly gives you a different perspective on what's going on right now."
June 03, 2020 11:37 UTC
The alert level has been at 4 since lockdown was imposed - even though lockdown has since been eased twice in England. Labour's leader demanded answers today after it emerged Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said the alert level could not be reduced. (Image: PA)But asked how the lockdown could be allowed to ease, furious Mr Johnson told Sir Keir: "He knows perfectly well that the alert level does allow it!" The PM said: "So yes, the alert level remains at 4. The alert level was designed to "communicate the current level of risk clearly to the public".
June 03, 2020 11:36 UTC
Right now the retailer has slashed prices by up to 70% on a range of Tu clothing including tops, trousers and dresses - but sizes are selling out fast. Check out some of our top women's fashion picks from the Argos clothing sale below. Price: £5.40 (was £18, save £12.60)Price: £10.50 (was £35, save £24.50)Price: £6.60 (was £22, save £15.40)Price: £8 (was £16, save £8)Price: £8 (was £16, save £8)Standalone Argos stores remain closed, but shoppers can still use Argos stores in Sainsbury’s supermarkets for pre-paid online orders. The retailer is also still offering fast home delivery service, with an extended returns policy due to the pandemic. Shoppers making Argos purchases after 1 March 2020, can return items up to 30 days from when standalone stores reopen.
June 03, 2020 11:35 UTC
China has accused the UK of 'blindly commenting on and grossly interfering in our domestic affairs' after Britain stood up to Beijing over a new security law for Hong Kong. 'It is within the legitimate jurisdiction of any country to enact laws to protect and safeguard national security. AdvertisementBritish Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab yesterday warned Beijing to step back from the brink over the 'authoritarian' national security law. To set up a national security law for Hong Kong is the entitled duty of China's execution of its sovereignty. Candlelight vigils in Hong Kong marking the anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown in Victoria ParkHuman rights organisation Amnesty International urged the Hong Kong authorities to lift the ban.
June 03, 2020 11:27 UTC
Sophie Ellis-Bextor was admitted to A&E after falling from her bike during an evening cycle. She said she had fallen “from the tow path down to the side of the Thames” while out with her husband, musician Richard Jones, on Tuesday. Expand Close Sophie Ellis-Bextor and husband Richard Jones (Matt Crossick/PA) PA / FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsapp Sophie Ellis-Bextor and husband Richard Jones (Matt Crossick/PA)She added: “I also want to thank Lucas, Colin, Josh and Willow who were 4 runners who stopped and helped @richardjonesface and I when I hurt myself. You’re all lovely people.”Dermot O’Leary, Laura Whitmore, actress Daisy May Cooper and Radio DJ Lauren Laverne were among those who sent messages of support. She and husband Jones, bass player with the band The Feeling, welcomed their fifth child in January 2019.
June 03, 2020 11:26 UTC
Sign up to FREE email alerts from Mirror - politics Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid EmailBoris Johnson has broken his silence on the death of George Floyd - describing it as "appalling and inexcusable". The Prime Minister has so far refused to speak out about the death and the US President's response to the protests that ensued. People across the UK have also been asked to to “take the knee” on their doorstep in solidarity with George Floyd, at 6pm. George Floyd died after a white policeman pinned his neck under a knee for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis on May 25. hief constables from across the UK have issued a joint statement saying they "stand alongside all those across the globe who are appalled and horrified by the way George Floyd lost his life".
June 03, 2020 11:19 UTC
The burger giant said the final wave of drive-thru restaurants will reopen between Tuesday and Thursday, allowing fans to pick up orders via car, UberEats or Just Eat. Stores will open at 11am, with breakfast no longer on the menu, and all orders capped at £25 per vehicle. Diners are asked to order and pay via the app where possible, and seating areas remain closed to the public. A McDonald’s spokesperson told Mirror Money: “We have worked closely with our McDelivery partners to put clear guidance and procedures in place for couriers when picking up McDelivery orders from our restaurants. (Image: Jonathan Buckmaster)“When entering the restaurant, hand sanitiser and cleaning equipment is provided, and we have worked with our McDelivery partners to ensure clear guidance around hand hygiene and bag cleanliness has been emphasised.
June 03, 2020 11:16 UTC
An NBC producer filmed men pulling up luxury cars before they appeared to ransack stores in Manhattan during a fifth night of rioting after the killing of George Floyd. Keith Feldman posted a video on Twitter of men getting out of expensive cars, one of which was claimed to be a $500,000 Rolls Royce. Feldman wrote above his Tweet: 'Looters are literally pulling up in nice cars and cleaning out stores in #Soho. Another user then retweeted his video and said: 'That's a $500,000 Rolls Royce on the right, incredible.' The leading SUV is then driven away as the Rolls Royce driver appears to begin following.
June 03, 2020 11:14 UTC
The dawn operation saw several small boats nearly 12 miles off the coast of Dover on the French-British sea border shortly before 7.30am. It means the crossings today could take the number of migrants to have reached Britain already this year to 1,830. Border Force and RNLI ships picked them up and took them to Dover harbour for processing. The crossings today will push the year's total close to the 1,890 who arrived on small boats throughout the whole of 2019. This comes after the Home Secretary instructed Border Force chiefs to examine whether they have legal authority to turn migrant boats around in the Channel - and send them back to France.
June 03, 2020 11:07 UTC