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Salting the facts from the myths

EVERYONE seems to be getting either too much salt or not enough. So which is it? Part of the problem is with how we...

Kids are adventurous foodies

MODERN British kids have eaten curry by the age of five, mussels by the age of six – and sushi by the age of...

Interaction with others affects cancer treatment

ACCORDING to a new study by researchers at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), part of the National Institutes of Health, and the...

Waste not want not

THE food waste crisis has been around for as long as people have sold food. Numerous studies have shown that an alarming amount of food...

Less healthy eating on the horizon

THE falling pound and rising grocery prices could reduce healthy eating, with only 28% of consumers planning to eat more fruit and vegetables this...

Lack of vitamin D detrimental to the unborn child

A NEW study in the British Journal of Nutrition examined data gathered from over 7,000 mothers and their children has found that vitamin D deficiency...

Distracted driving becoming the norm

A RECENT study from Zendrive, touted as the largest distracted driving study ever conducted to date, found that 88 out of 100 trips on...

More fat cats… and dogs

A NEW study has found more than half of British pet owners let their cats and dogs pig out on chips, popcorn, cheese, pizza,...

UK in talent crunch crisis

JOBS IN sectors like science and healthcare could well be sitting open on the jobs market for months as employers struggle for skilled applicants,...

Gluten-free food risk

MORE AND more people seem to be gluten intolerant and are forced to stay faithful to a gluten free diet to avoid all the...

Nursing crisis in Almeria

A STUDY conducted by the nursing union CSIF has found that Andalucia is falling behind the Spanish national average of nurses. CSIF Andalusia claims that...
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