Nando’s is one of the most popular restaurant chains in the UK. 1. When on a date, some people order lemon and herb chicken but ask for it to come with an extra hot sticker so their companion thinks they’re better at handling spice than they really are. 5. The chips at Nando’s arRead More »
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Frequently drinking fruit teas and eating salt and vinegar crisps could result in severe tooth erosion, experts have warned. In between meals, it’s all too easy to turn to the teabags for a cleansing fruit tea or to indulge in a sweet or salty snack. A study published in the British Dental Journal utilised research previously conducted by Guy’s Hospital, which assessed the diets of 300 people with signs of acute tooth erosion in comparison to the diets of 300 people with healthy teeth.
More than two thirds of people in the UK would confess that they use their phones too often, as noted by a survey conducted by Deloitte last year. While many of us would admit that limiting phone use is far easier said than done, there is a simple trick that you can try in order to become more conscious of the amount of time spent mindlessly checking your phone. Earlier this month, lead digital education correspondent for NPR and author of The Art of Screen Time Anya Kamenetz appeared on the TiLT Parenting Podcast to discuss the way in which parents use their phones in front of their children.
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Health brands and eateries have all jumped on the bandwagon: store shelves are brimming with turmeric teas, capsules, nuts, ghee and more, and eateries are adding the spice to everything from juice shots to cocktails. Turmeric has been lauded as “the new kale” with celebrities and health “experts” claiming it can improve your memory, make your skin glow and boost your mood.
Incorporating more yoghurt into your diet has been associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, a study has claimed. The study, published in the American Journal of Hypertension, sought to investigate whether increased consumption of yoghurt could benefit adults with hypertension, otherwise known as high blood pressure. The team analysed two cohorts of participants for their research, all of whom were classified as having high blood pressure.
It might not be as far fetched as it sounds, as a new study has revealed drinking red wine actually offers a number of health benefits that extend far beyond the mere feel-good factor. After analysing the effect of polyphenols, the antioxidants found in red wine, Spanish chemists found that exposure to such compounds can help prevent bacteria from sticking to the gums that would normally lead to cavities and plaque. Scientists from the Spanish National Research Council in Madrid examined the oral health benefits of two types of red wine polyphenols: caffeic and p-coumaric acid, both of which are also found in coffee and cranberry juice.
Food is the way to many people’s hearts, something that a family planning clinic took full advantage of in order to encourage screenings for sexually transmitted diseases. On Tuesday, the Semcac Clinic in Winona, Minnesota held an event called “Pee for Pizza”, in which they offered people a free piece of pizza from midday until eight o’clock in the evening in exchange for a free STI test. The clinic received funding from the Minnesota Department of Health in order to carry out the STI testing.
Jennifer Lawrence has responded to the flurry of controversy surrounding a picture taken of her at a London photocall. In the snap, Lawrence is wearing a revealing gown with a high-high split and plunging neckline, while her male co-stars are all dressed in jumpers and coats. True equality means either Jennifer Lawrence getting a coat, or Jeremy Irons having to pose for a photocall in assless chaps.