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|New Study Links Drinking Sugary Beverages With Increased Risk Of Death|
Added: 18.03.2019 17:50 | 9 views | 0 comments
A new study published on Monday said people who frequently consume sugary drinks, including sodas, sport drinks, and juice, had an increased risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease and cancer, according to USA Today. The researchers compared women who consumed sugary beverages less than once per month to those who had more than two servings a day to find the latter had a 63 percent increased risk of premature death. The report was published in the journal Circulation found men who did the same also had an increased risk of 29 percent. The researchers said the more sugary drinks individuals drank, the greater health risks they faced, which also remained true when researchers...
|Climate strikes spread worldwide as students call for action|
Added: 18.03.2019 17:22 | 4 views | 0 comments
Thousands of school pupils protest in cities across Asia and Europe against climate change.
|Sunworld Tours Hosts Israel, Jordan Fam|
Added: 18.03.2019 16:53 | 3 views | 0 comments
Calgary's Sunworld Tours is inviting travel agents and their companions to take part in an Israel and Jordan fam, Jan. 19-28, 2020. The tour will visit the highlight sites of Israel and Jordan, including Ceasarea, Meggido, Mount Carmel, Sea of Galilee, Golan Heights, Jerusalem, Eilat and Petra. The cost is US$1,490 for agents (US$2,249 for...
|Lizzie's Fund to find cancer cure raises thousands|
Added: 18.03.2019 16:23 | 4 views | 0 comments
Lizzie Bramall died in 2018 just nine months after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.
|‘Teacup’ Quasar Causes Galactic Storms|
Added: 18.03.2019 14:52 | 15 views | 0 comments
SDSS J143029.88+133912.0, nicknamed the ‘Teacup’ because of its shape, is a quasar located about 1.1 billion light-years away. The power source of the quasar is a supermassive black hole at the center of its host galaxy. The huge black hole has been powering eruptions of energy and particles that astronomers can trace back for thousands [...]
|Japan's Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era|
Added: 18.03.2019 14:25 | 3 views | 0 comments
The turn of the decade saw a huge surge of interest in asteroid mining, but now this would-be industry has flopped. Can a tiny Japanese probe revive it?
|Thousands of Elite Dangerous players embark on epic space voyage|
Added: 18.03.2019 14:25 | 4 views | 0 comments
What exciting discoveries await the Elite Dangerous mission to the Milky Way’s outer edges? It’s not run by NASA but the epic sciencey game feels like the real deal
|The Choir: How singing saved our school|
Added: 18.03.2019 12:06 | 17 views | 0 comments
Gareth Malone has worked his musical magic on the extraordinary academy that stands beneath Grenfell Tower. As The Choir reaches its crescendo tonight, pupils tell Susannah Butter their stories of how it transformed them
|Trump faces criticism for reaction to New Zealand mosque attacks|
Added: 18.03.2019 12:04 | 7 views | 0 comments
The White House is pushing back against accusations President Trump's rhetoric encourages white supremacists, like the man accused in the New Zealand mosque shootings. A manifesto purportedly written by the suspect calls the president "a symbol of renewed white identity." Paula Reid reports.
|In Thai election, new 'war room' polices social media|
Added: 18.03.2019 11:54 | 12 views | 0 comments
In Thailand's election "war room", authorities scroll through thousands of social media posts, looking for violations of laws restricting political parties' campaigning on social media that activists say are among the most prohibitive in the world.
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