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The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

February 25, 2014 10:33 am1 comment
The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

I thought, settling down to watch the BBC’s ‘Horizon: Sugar vs Fat’ that maybe, just maybe, I was going to learn something groundbreaking. Or failing that, at least something new. Or something interesting. What I saw instead was two tall, posh, good-looking doctors asking painfully ignorant questions of other doctors […]

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The Juicing Scam: Are Juices Healthy or Hefty?

February 20, 2014 4:05 pm0 comments
The Juicing Scam: Are Juices Healthy or Hefty?

We are still in the first quarter, more or less, of the year: January to May equals diet season. The media hurts our tender, food-saturated brains with images of scrawny (or, indeed, buffed up) men and women who have already begun their weight-loss journey for the summer. We squirm, we […]

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How Playing Games In Your Break Can Improve Productivity

February 4, 2014 2:54 pm0 comments
How Playing Games In Your Break Can Improve Productivity

A lot of people would get told off at work for playing games but if you play during your break you can actually increase your work productivity. Time to bond with colleagues If you have a lunch break with some colleagues then perhaps get yourselves into the same game on […]

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Understanding Premature Ejaculation

December 7, 2013 9:00 am1 comment
Understanding Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is a difficult problem to define. What one person might consider “premature”, another person might consider perfectly normal. From the research done around the subject, it was found that 1.8 min (the lasting time of intercourse before climax) was regarded as the watermark of premature ejaculation, with “normal” […]

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Aliens

December 6, 2013 1:46 pm0 comments
Aliens

For the life of me I cannot understand the irrational and emotive controversy surrounding the issue of immigration. It seems perfectly logical to me that a nation whose size and available resources deem it fit for an ideal population of 30 million, but instead has one of 67 million and […]

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Istanbul’s Isolated

September 4, 2013 10:03 pm0 comments
Istanbul’s Isolated

There’s something to be said about sitting on a couch weeks on end, waiting for something exciting to happen. I have a tendency to put others before myself. Maybe it’s not the right move, but it’s a brave one! For the average Joe, going on summer break is like a […]

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How To Get Rid Of Head Lice Fast

August 23, 2013 1:29 pm1 comment

  Head lice removal is something you are likely to come across a lot if you have young children. First off, what are they? Head lice are tiny greyish brown insects that live in human hair. They cling to the hair with their six legs and claws, and survive by […]

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Nelson Mandela: Still Fighting in Hospital

July 14, 2013 9:10 pm0 comments
Nelson Mandela: Still Fighting in Hospital

Here in South Africa we are possibly on the brink of losing our nation’s father. Nelson Mandela was admitted into the MediClinic Heart Hospital in Pretoria on the 8th of June, following recurrent lung infection. Still admitted, Mandela’s condition does not seem to be improving. It is difficult for supporters- […]

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