Which Is Better Black Tea Or Green Tea?

Most of us have grown up having tea at breakfast. Depending on which country you grew up in it might have been black tea, ceylon or green tea. But which of these is the healthiest? Many cultures have been drinking tea for thousands of years, including Chinese people. Drinking tea is commonly believed to…

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How Will You Celebrate World Food Day?

On Oct. 16, World Food Day is celebrated and serves as a reminder that we all play a role in building a safe, more sustainable and resilient food system. All the people, services and activities required to bring food from the field to our tables, and beyond, are part of the food system. The…

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British scientists launch major study to uncover role of human antibodies and seriousness of Covid-19 cases

A major study aimed at uncovering the crucial role that human antibodies and other immune defences play in the seriousness of Covid-19 cases was launched by British scientists. Antibody studies may explain the defense of children against diseases, or why viruses cause life-threatening effects. The findings may support the assumption of some scientists that…

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Walking For Weight Loss and Better Health

For most of human history, walking for weight loss wasn’t a thought that crossed Homo sapiens’ minds. Walking and running were merely transportation methods, the only means of getting from A to B. And on top of desk jobs and long hours, there are even fewer opportunities in the day to walk anywhere for…

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As Resistance Grows In Europe Boris Johnson Announces Further Coronavirus Restrictions in the UK

Just as resistance is growing elsewhere in Europe against the coronavirus measures (Netherlands, Germany, Spain and more.) Boris Johnson announces stricter measures. We cannot help but wonder where this is going to lead. A group of more than 500 doctors in Germany called “Doctors for Information” made a shocking statement at a national press…

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