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How to Find Out if Your Beer Is Actually Vegan

Hey, remember veganism? At least that’s what people called not consuming any animal products before the whole plant-based trend rolled around. It seems as tech-based meats grow in popularity and marketers slap the words “plant-based” on just about everything, the word “vegan” appears to be falling out of vogue. This doesn’t mean that veganism isn’t

How To Take Care Of Your Digestive System

Digestion is the process of digesting food. Through a series of chemical reactions, the body breaks food down into smaller particles to aid the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream. The complete process of digestion takes 24 to 72 hours. The exact time is dependent on several factors, including the presence of digestive issues and

Synthesis considers how being smart helps you at school and school helps you become smarter

Academic achievement plays an important role in children’s development because academic skills, especially in reading and math, affect many outcomes, including educational attainment, performance and income at work, health, and longevity. A new synthesis looked at the relation between academic achievement (reading, math) and cognitive abilities (working memory, reasoning, executive function), and offered suggestions on

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: How swearing can help you beat pain

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: From chilli cream to swearing, how to beat pain without popping pills I have had loads of emails recently from readers asking me about pain, and how best to treat it. According to the British Pain Society, about 28 million people in the UK suffer from chronic pain, and the numbers just

How to Get—and Stay—Motivated to Lose Weight

If the one thing that seems to be missing from your weight loss efforts is the motivation to get started on a plan or to stick with it, you might be surprised at how much control you have when it comes to this seemingly mysterious, fired-up feeling. While motivation seems like it comes and goes

How much will we eat in the future?

The amount of food needed to feed the world’s population in the future is of vital importance. To date, scientists have only considered this question from the perspective of how much food people can afford to buy, how much food is healthy or what can be sustainably produced. However, researchers at the University of Göttingen