Imagine you’re an 80-year-old who has just had an operation. Lying in bed after a few hours you are starting to wheeze and cough and discolored patches are appearing on your elbows, apparently caused by pushing yourself up onto your pillows. 949 more words
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Dr. Tamika Sims, director of food technology communications at The International Food Information Council shares key findings from their recent Food and Health Survey.
The majority of today’s population is several generations removed from agriculture and are often susceptible to believing myths and misinformation about how their food is produced. 547 more words
‘Information is not knowledge’: Communication of Scientific Evidence and how it can help us make the right decisions
Every one of us is required to make many decisions: from small decisions, such as what shoes to wear with an outfit or whether to have a second slice of cake; to larger decisions, such as whether to apply for a new job or what school to send our children to. 844 more words