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Scientists consider is connected with undesirable pregnancy diet and ADHD

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th December 2017

Experts examine how a diet high in fat and sugar could vary newborn DNA in a way that might cause behavioural problems A diet high in fat and sugar during pregnancy may be linked to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children around behavioural problems early in life, experts have found. The research, led by scientists […]

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Speck duct: should everyone accept a gluten-free food?

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th December 2017

About 1% of people cant process gluten, yet promotions from fames allied with health panics necessitate the free-from market is booming among non-coeliacs. Are the beneficial effects real? It’s hard to imagine a high-street pattern chain selling something that jokily referenced irritable bowel disorder or a nut allergy. Yet last year, Zara brought out a […]

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What actually is the Mediterranean diet- and does it labor?

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th December 2017

Hard to define, but famously good for us, this path of feeing is far from universally followed even in the countries it came from It is said to be better at lowering cholesterol than statins, and able to prevent dementia and myocardial infarction, and will not induce you fatty. Anything that good for you might […]

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Belle Gibson faces action at law over ‘deceptive’ claims lifestyle changes could medication cancer

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th November 2017

Consumer Occasion Victoria has commenced legal proceedings against the founding fathers of recipe and lifestyle app The Whole Pantry Belle Gibson, the wellness blogger who reportedly counterfeited brain cancer to her hundreds of thousands of followers, is facing action at law in Australia over misleading behaviour after an investigation by “consumers interests” watchdog. Gibson, who […]

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Do women’s points genuinely synchronise when they live together?

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd November 2017

A 1971 study claimed that the appointments of housemates ages move, then align but that long-held belief is being challenged by prove and new studies You know what happens when women live together. They start to menstruate together. Abruptly everyone craves chocolate and runs out of tampons at the same age. Not exclusively that, but […]

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What I’m really thinking: the nutritionist

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th November 2017

Clients say, I want to improve my health when genuinely they crave a better form but wont said here today for fright of appearing vain I often sit in the clinic chair feeling embarrassed or frustrated. Flustered because the nutrition industry has let so many beings down so badly; annoyed at how resistant people are […]

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Fit for power? A brief record of leaders’ illnesses

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th November 2017

Hillary Clinton can take heart from former presidents and PMs who didnt let health problems contain them back. JFK had Addisons disease, Franois Mitterrand had cancer and Winston Churchill had depression, a heart attack and a stroke All humanoids digest illness, but very few of us get sick only two months before were due to […]

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Fitness trackers may not assistance weight loss, contemplate learns

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th October 2017

Research reveals a simple diet and exert intention is more effective weight loss programme than using Fitbit and Jawbone devices They have become the must-have for fitness followers but wearable devices that track useds physical pleasure are not able to help people lose weight, a brand-new analyze has found. Instead of motivating useds to do […]

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Meet the cook who’s discrediting detox, foods and wellness

Published in Odd and Fun on 26th October 2017

Anthony Warner alias blogger became author the Angry Chef is on a mission to confront the alternative points smothering nutritional cults and myths A few minutes into my encounter with the Angry Chef, I begin to wonder if his name might be ironic, like the big person whose friends announce him Tiny. On the basis […]

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Fit for bureau? A brief history of leaders’ illnesses

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd October 2017

Hillary Clinton can take heart from former the chairpersons and PMs who didnt let health problems comprise them back. JFK had Addisons disease, Franois Mitterrand had cancer and Winston Churchill had feeling, a heart attack and a stroke All humanoids accept illness, but very little of us get sick only two months ago were due […]

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