This morning on Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme, the 08.45 slot covered, ‘Researchers have discovered a naturally-occurring protein that can be used to create ice cream which is more resistant to melting than conventional products.’ Listening to it, I was uneasy on a couple of levels; here’s why:
This study looked at the effect of nutrients (or lack thereof) on inflammation, insulin resistance and obesity in pre-pubescent and pubescent children. Here’s a summary of the findings.
Fluorquinolones are broad-spectrum antibiotics, meaning they can be used to treat a variety of illness such as UTIs (urinary tract infections) and respiratory infections. However, there is increasing evidence that this class of antibiotics is harming health.