Survey claims unhealthy foods are advertised the most

Survey claims unhealthy foods are advertised the most

A survey created by Which? reveals that that supermarkets advertise more unhealthy food than they do healthy food. Results from the Which? survey show that of the 77,156  promotional special offers from Asda, Morrisons, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, and Waitrose, more than half contained more unhealthy foods. In another survey, 29% of...

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Genes linked to cancers affecting the young raises hopes for early detection and treatment

Genes linked to cancers affecting the young raises hopes for early detection and treatment

Researchers have pinpointed several heritable genes that may increase the risk of developing sarcoma cancers. The discovery could facilitate the earlier detection of sarcomas by screening for these genes particularly within families with a cancer history. The genes, when inherited, greatly increase the chance of developing these cancers. This research,...

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Kensington Place & “The Great Chase” pop up bar

Kensington Place & “The Great Chase” pop up bar

Kensington Place is in the fabric of Notting Hill’s culinary heritage. When you discover that this British Brasserie was The Times’ “Bargain Restaurant of the Year” in 1988, you feel the early 90’s London chic oozing back into the room. Kensington Place has such a relaxed vibe that it apes perfectly the...

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#boycott Byron: Voting with your mouth

#boycott Byron: Voting with your mouth

“How to spend it?” has become the single most important question when classifying and stratifying Britons today. There has never been greater competition between the institutions, restaurants, and retail outlets luring the cash out of your pockets. Moreover, the choices within the categories have grown enormously too. Just a few...

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Co-op and British Red Cross plan to stop loneliness with the Olympics

Co-op and British Red Cross plan to stop loneliness with the Olympics

The Cooperative and British Red Cross have partnered up in an attempt to tackle loneliness by telling people to offer to watch the Rio 2016 Olympics with their neighbors. Together, the joint anti-loneliness sponsors are also working on research which hopes to uncover the underlying causes and effects of loneliness, helping...

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Brexit boost for first-time buyers

Brexit boost for first-time buyers

In the month following the UK’s historic decision to leave the EU, the housing market has handed a surprising boost to first-time buyers.   According to the latest research from Connells Survey and Valuation, in July the number of all property valuations fell by 2% when compared to the same month last...

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Shameful discovery about lack of disabled access at major football clubs

Shameful discovery about lack of disabled access at major football clubs

Despite the fact that in 2003 all the league clubs agreed to make changes to their stadiums to allow easy access for football fans with disabilities, only 4 clubs have so far complied. The disability charity, Revitalise, created a chart showing which clubs had and had not met the guidelines for...

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