What’s Trending on Wednesday, September 20th, 2017
§ The death toll continues to rise following a devastating 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico.
§ At least 139 people are dead, most of those in the state of Morelos, which is just south of Mexico City.
§ The tremors topple buildings in the country’s capital.
§ Video take during the quake shows some structures simply collapsing on themselves.
§ Rescuers worked into the night to search through the rubble in hopes of finding survivors.
§ The earthquake was centered some 70-miles southeast of Mexico City.
§ Study shows that diet “breaks” can boost weight loss!
§ If you’re dieting, you may want to think about taking 2 weeks off because it could help you lose the pounds and keep them off.
§ The study found that continuous dieting may hinder weight loss.
§ Men that take 2-week breaks during their diets lost an average of 17 pounds more during a 16-week period of time.
§ Continuous dieting causes a “famine reaction” which is a survival mechanism to help humans survive and doesn’t allow for optimum weight loss.
§ Apple fans were excited when the company rolled out iOS11 yesterday…it’s a pretty huge update.
§ Some of the most exciting features that people are talking about are the new control center that’s been redesigned to fit on one page.
§ Emergency mode: now you can press the sleep/wake button five times to activate Emergency Mode. It disables Touch ID and Face ID so no one can force you to unlock your phone.
§ Wi-Fi password…if you’re at a friend’s house and their password is complicated or they don’t remember it, you can join a network that your friend is on and share it.
§ Do Not Disturb while driving…it silences all notifications so you can stay focused on the road.
§ Those are just a few…we have a list of 15 really cool hidden features posted on our Facebook page.
§ Do you think Las Vegas has a high percentage of residents that exercise? Apparently, we don’t.
§ A new poll ranks nearly 200 cities based on the percentage of residents that exercise regularly and we came in at 51.8%…that’s 118th place.
§ So what cities have the most active residents? No. 1 was Boulder, Colorado followed by Ft. Collins, CO, San Luis Obispo, CA, Greeley, CO and Santa Rosa, CA.
§ The laziest cities were Hickory NC, Akron, OH, and Cedar Rapids, IA.