Drinking just one can of sugar-laced soda drink a day increases the risk of developing diabetes by more than a fifth, according to a large European study published on Wednesday.
Warning dieters how long it would take to burn off fatty foods is more effective than telling them how much calories a dish contains, a study has found.
South Australian pickles and preserves company Spring Gully has experienced a massive turnaround in sales its creditors have been told at a meeting in Adelaide. Support from shoppers had boosted Spring Gully's turnover to $1.5 million in the previous week, in a turnaround that the company's administrator has dubbed “extraordinary”.
One million hours: That’s how long psychiatrists across the country spend each year, waiting to get approval from insurance companies before they’re able to hospitalize suicidal or mentally ill patients from the emergency room, according to estimates from a new study in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Ask any man what his favorite food is and chances are he'll nominate a juicy steak or a gravy-smothered meat pie. Put the same question to women and an answer including cupcakes and chocolate would not be out of place.
The issue of food waste has been in the news of late when it emerged recently that up to 30pc of food produced for human consumption is wasted by being either lost out of the supply chain or wasted in various ways across the world food system.
A pill form of marijuana provides greater pain relief than when a person smokes it, according to a new study. The study was conducted by researchers at Columbia University in New York and was published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology.
Most people think that, in an uncertain world, the one true constant is the reassuring Great British Cuppa. They would be wrong. In the future, our brew, our Rosie Lee, will be more expensive, increasingly imported from Africa, and picked not by hand but by machines.