Cheryl Lloyd, education programme head at the think-tank Nuffield Foundation, said: 'With compliance levels falling, it is increasingly important to know which specific lockdown measures adults are breaking, and to consider what this can tell us about how public health messages can be communicated more effectively.' … [Read more...] about Half of Brits have gained weight and 14% of us haven’t left home in a week amid Covid-19 crisis – as separate data shows only HALF of adults are ‘strictly’ sticking to government’s guidelines
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But while you may be aware that vitamins can help out with everything that's going on inside of your body, did you know that they could work wonders for your skin too? That's right, if you're looking to give your skin some much needed TLC, then vitamins A, B, C and E are what you should be looking out for … [Read more...] about Here’s how beneficial Vitamins A, B, C and E can be for your skin!
03/5Buckwheat Buckwheat is a rich source of antioxidants to reduce inflammation risks and oxidative stress from the body. It can manage high blood pressure, high cholesterol and high blood sugar levels at the same time reducing risks of developing cardiovascular disease. You can swap wheat flour with buckwheat flour in your cooking and you won't be able to tell a difference. … [Read more...] about List of super-healthy gluten-free food grains for a better health
In recent months, the advent of Facebook Live—the social network's bid to become not just an unending stream of updates on your ex but also a 24-hour TV channel where you can watch your ex snore in real time—has both bolstered and redefined stunt journalism. The livestream form encourages stunts that are visually alluring and immediately gratifying (hardly anyone is going to tune in to your stream for more than, say, 10 minutes at a time). So when BuzzFeed got nearly a million viewers to watch two guys in smocks explode a watermelon on Facebook Live, the landmark antic spawned dozens of "future of media" blog posts and nearly as many copycat stunts. A week later, Mic, a prominent BuzzFeed competitor, broadcast its staffers donning lab coats and blowing things up in real time, to significantly less fanfare. … [Read more...] about Are We Living in a Golden Age of Stunt Journalism?
Colon cancer often grows slowly and causes vague or nonspecific symptoms like constipation, abdominal pain, and bleeding. It is not a leap to assume that many 20-somethings who see a doctor with symptoms like these are far more likely to be diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome and aren’t screened for colorectal cancer. Young women are especially vulnerable to this kind of dismissal. … [Read more...] about I learned the hard way that colon cancer is on the rise among younger people