Category: Opinon

Jan 28

WHO Commission presents its final report, calling for high-level action to address major health challenge

“Overweight prevalence among children aged under 5 years has risen between 1990 and 2014, from 4.8% to 6.1%, with numbers of affected children rising from 31 million to 41 million during that time. The number of overweight children in lower middle-income countries has more than doubled over that period, from 7.5 million to 15.5 million. …

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Jan 28

Prospective Study of Breakfast Eating and Incident Coronary Heart Disease in a Cohort of Male US Health Professionals

“Eating breakfast was associated with significantly lower CHD risk in this cohort of male health professionals. Source: Prospective Study of Breakfast Eating and Incident Coronary Heart Disease in a Cohort of Male US Health Professionals

Jan 28

China’s ‘daigou’ shoppers leading Australian retail drive

“First they bought up our baby formula, next it was vitamins, now the millions back home have their eyes on Australia’s fresh food – and they’re sending in their shoppers.” Source: China’s ‘daigou’ shoppers leading Australian retail drive

Jan 27

Goulburn sale yards

Proponents of the new saleyards at Yass say sheep and cattle sales will begin within the year – ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Link

Jan 25

Bluberries at Inverness

Blueberries harvested at Inverness. Normally blueberries would be considered a weed. However, when they are in season, it is possible to take advantage of the fruits which have an extremely high antioxidant content (1,2). At present, they are worth $31.90 per kg at the supermarket. (1) Best Berries | NutritionFacts.org. 2016. Accessed January 23. (See Link). …

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Jan 23

Just one of those days.

Jan 22

Quote of the day

“We Don’t See Things As They Are, We See Them As We Are” Quote Investigator

Jan 13

It looks like Apple is building a car.

In an article in MacWorld (1), Elon Musk was quoted as saying that Apples Project Titan was an “open secret … It’s pretty hard to hide something if you hire over a thousand engineers to do it.” Personally, I believe that environmentally friendly, point to point transport, will be the future of modern transit systems. …

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