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Selective eating just an evolutionary trait?

.... The fussiest children liked potatoes, cereal and cakes but avoided vegetables, fruit and meat.The researchers believe the behavior develops when children become more independent as a protective mechanism. Thus researchers conclude, the problem is that strategies which were sensible for children to adopt...

Salt & Its Intake Causes a Strong debate In UK

...ds such as bread, cereals, pizzas, ready meals and cakes and many manufacturers are concerned that reducing the amount of salt in their products will have an adverse effect on their taste and make them less appealing to consumers. But that has left the other group seems not to agree stating that over the y...

US President Blames Birthday Cakes for Weight Gain

... weight gain over the last year to eating too many cakes on his 60th birthday.// Bush had his annual physical Tuesday at the National Naval Medical Centre just outside Washington in Bethesda and received a clean bill of health from doctors despite gaining 2.5 kg. "Doing fine. My health's fine. I probabl...

Kalaazar sweeping through Bihar, 93 dead

...liberally to plaster their shanties or as cow dung cakes for fuel. The flies survive on the sap in banana and bamboo groves and the decomposed cow dung heaps and make their home in the straw thatches of houses. Like Manjhi's son there are dozens of poor labourers and rickshaw pullers in Tirhut region whe...

Cake Walk – Plum Treats Sell Like 'Hot Cakes' During Christma

...ng a cake, by virtue of owning an oven. Thus fruit cakes were baked, and some added marzipan, a paste made ...d, to form the delicious slice. Today, Christmas cakes could be anything from spongy, dark, or moist to light, dry, or leavened, and in variety of shapes a...

What It Takes for the Cookie to Crumble

Miami: Christmas cookies and cakes are loaded with calories. Most often, despite knowing that a particular dish is rich in calories,// we still go ahead and consume, because we are unaware of how many extra calories actually get accumulated. Worse still, we have little idea what it wo...

Harbinger of Hope for Kala Azar Victims of Bihar

...liberally to plaster their shanties or as cow dung cakes for fuel. The flies survive on the sap in banana and bamboo groves and the decomposed cow dung heaps and make their home in the straw thatches of houses. "Decent houses will prove hostile to the little sand fly to survive and will help the fight ag...

Bihar Under the Grip of Kala Azar

...liberally to plaster their shanties or as cow dung cakes for fuel. The flies survive on the sap in banana and bamboo groves and the decomposed cow dung heaps. They make their home in the straw thatches of houses. The disease is characterised by fever, weight loss, swelling of the spleen and liver and l...

Beijing Legislator Calls on Government to Regulate Sexually Suggestive TV Ads

...year-old daughter declare that she would never eat cakes because boys don't like fat girls after watching a TV ad for underwear featuring a half-naked slim girl flirting with a man. Xiyun said that she monitored commercials for three months alongwith fellow legislator Tang Xilan before taking the step of...

Galvus Soon To Be Seen On European Shelves

...y analysts believe DPP-4 drugs could sell like hot cakes because they are not associated with weight gain, a major side effect of some established diabetes drugs. Galvus is being recommended in the European Union for use in combination with other common oral diabetes medicines -metformin, a thiazolidinedio...

Nicole Kidman Can't Resist Chocolate Cakes

...le Kidman has confessed her weakness for chocolate cakes . The 'Hours' actress recently owned up to munching an entire chocolate cake every week. Kidman admitted that she could gulp down a huge slice of cake every night, but has to limit her chocolate addiction. "I can't have a piece of cake every ni...

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