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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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Artificial sweeteners cause risk of nature 2 diabetes, investigate shows

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th November 2017

Research substantiates carbohydrate replacements may affect bodys ability to control glucose heights, but its conclusions are contested Artificial sweeteners, which many parties with weight questions use as a substitute for sugar, may increase health risks of developing type 2 diabetes, according to research. The study was small and the detailed outcomes have not yet been […]

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Getty Portrait tells fad photographers not to adapt form influences

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th November 2017

Agency accepts Photoshop portrait as new French principle requires that they be clearly labelled The model who rose as a driving force in protecting young women in the industry from pres to grown dangerously thin has welcomed a move by one of the world’s most influential photo agencies to ban doctored images. The move by […]

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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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Fitness trackers do not raise activity enough to noticeably improve health

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th October 2017

Study acquisitions group expending wearable fitness tracker did depict improved levels of physical activity over a year but not enough to improve health, say researchers Wearable trackers may not increase activity levels enough to significantly interest health, researchers have said. Pedometers are unlikely to be a cure-all for rising charges of chronic illness, experts said […]

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Should link between dementia and artificial sweeteners be taken with a pinch of salt?

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th October 2017

How folks capacity for forgetfulness and lies may have impacted on experiment tying stroking and dementia to diet drinks They were supposed to be the health alternative to their sugar-rich siblings. But now suitors of diet colas and other low-calorie sips have been hit by word that they are able to radically undermine those credentials: […]

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Sugar is poison. My heart attack has finally opened my gazes to the truth | Giles Fraser: Loose canon

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st October 2017

Loose canon: Globally, diabetes has almost quadrupled in 35 years and hitherto the multibillion-dollar sugar manufacture is happy to keep us in the dark about why I am now a member of the zipper fraternity. I know, I thought it sounded rude extremely. But apparently its the fraternity refer for those of us who have […]

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How did one of the most serious paedophiles in biography get away with his violations? | Robert Booth

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st September 2017

The Long Read: For more than 40 times, William James Vahey narcotic and mistreated hundreds of students at international academies around the world. A Guardian investigation reveals that, despite numerous opportunities to stop him , nothing was done On 21 March 2014, a 64 -year-old teacher appointed William James Vahey checked into a cheap hotel […]

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Fitness trackers may not aid weight loss, examine locates

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

Research demoes a simple diet and utilization scheme are most effective weight loss programme than expending Fitbit and Jawbone devices They have become the must-have for fitness fans but wearable gadgets that track customers physical act are not able to help people lose weight, a new investigate has found. Instead of motivating consumers to do […]

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Fitness trackers do not addition work sufficient to noticeably improve health

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th September 2017

Study encounters group employing wearable fitness tracker did evidence improved levels of physical activity over a year but not enough to improve health, do researchers Wearable trackers may not addition activity levels enough to significantly help health, investigates have said. Pedometers are unlikely to be a panacea for rising rates of chronic illness, experts did […]

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