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CONSUME VEGETABLES TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH

It is important to consume vegetables in our daily intake to enjoy good health, this is something that has always been known and that doctors often recommend due to the fact that vegetables offer the body all the nutrients it…

68/5000 IT IS INDISPENSABLE TO WASH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES INDICATEDLY

In these times where most foods receive large amounts of fertilizers, it is essential to wash the fruits and vegetables that we are going to consume. Orlando Jose Veloso tells us that it is essential to wash our food at…

TV licence fee: Jail threat ‘to be dropped’ for BBC licence fee evasion in decriminalisation review

NewsMedia Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan to launch a public consultation over the sanctions for evading the licence fee Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 12:42 am Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan will announce a review into non-payment of the licence fee (Photo: PA)…

High Court challenge to Government crackdown on early release of terrorists ‘unavoidable’

NewsUK The Government’s plans have also prompted warnings that concerns about radicalisation behind bars need to be addressed Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 11:08 pm Pressure to push through laws to stop further terror attacks increased dramatically after the Streatham knife…

Stumpy the Labrador tops the canine charts for dog blood donors and has saved more than 100 lives

NewsUK The pet has saved up 120 other dogs lives by his blood donations Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 10:36 pm Stumpy the Labrador helped to save the lives of up to 120 dogs Stumpy the Labrador has become a canine…

Ian Paterson’s victims speak out: ‘Heartbreaking to hear some victims still waiting for help’

NewsHealth Exclusive: Leanne Joseph was left with recurring nightmares of the surgeon, depression and severe obsessive–compulsive disorder Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 9:50 pm Victims of Ian Paterson outside Nottingham Crown Court where the surgeon was jailed for 15 years –…

Sir Keir Starmer would axe Labour disciplinary body mired in anti-Semitism row

NewsPolitics Frontrunner to succeed Jeremy Corbyn wants to create a more ‘respectful’ culture in the party Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 9:28 pm Sir Keir Starmer has proposed all-BAME shortlists under party reforms (Photo: Matthew Horwood/Getty) The body accused of failing…

‘People can get an emotional high from it’: the psychology of high-fliers who commit petty crimes

NewsUK One banker allegedly took sandwiches from the work canteen and has now been sacked from his £1m a year role Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 9:11 pm ‘Even something as simple as stealing a sandwich can have a similar adrenaline…

John Bercow denies bullying claims and attacks ‘deeply hostile’ critics

NewsPolitics The former Commons Speaker is at the centre of a row over whether he will get a peerage Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 8:04 pm John Bercow has hit out at claims he bullied his staff, calling his accuser “a…

Britain takes seat at WTO after Brexit and vows to fix troubled trade watchdog

NewsPolitics UK representative Julian Braithwaite sat next to the US at his first WTO meeting Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 7:50 pm Updated Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 7:50 pm The UK has taken a seat at the World Trade Organisation for…

Ian Paterson inquiry: NHS bosses ‘complicit’ in rogue surgeon’s crimes

NewsHealth Consultant allowed to prey on women in NHS and private practice for 13 years as senior staff turned a blind eye to complaints Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 6:51 pm Ian Paterson was jailed for 20 years after carrying out…

Lights out? Habitat loss and light pollution pose grave threat to UK glow worms

NewsEnvironment Street lights are disrupting mating rituals of glowing insects, scientists warn Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 3:43 pm Glow worms are threatened by habitat loss, pesticide pollution and artificial light (Photo: MARIO VAZQUEZ DE LA TORRE/AFP via Getty Images) The…