Tag Archives: Covid

‘Socioeconomic Divisions have Worsened’

9/11 did not change the world – it was already on the path to decades of conflict Republished on September 11th, 2021 September 10, 2021 11.47am BST Author Paul RogersProfessor of Peace Studies, University of Bradford Disclosure statement Paul Rogers is … Continue reading

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Sugar and Big Food

I found this definition of Sugar here: Sugar is a carbohydrate that occurs naturally in many foods. The body mostly uses carbohydrates as an energy source. Food producers also add sugar to many products, which can lead a person’s blood … Continue reading

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Stop doing this

Michael Moss in his book ‘Hooked’ revealed the name of another hero we can all be grateful to, the attorney Stephen Joseph. You can read on his website how he took on Philip Morris, the tobacco giants, who owned Kraft, … Continue reading

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We eat to forget. Then we eat for relief.

The above title is from Michael Moss’s book ‘Hooked’ (p71). Moss’s book explains how our bodies have evolved since ancestral hominids roamed the Ethiopian landscape. He then brings us up to date with the chemistry of modern processed foods. People … Continue reading

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O2

There is an excellent Forbes of India article on how oxygen is made for use by patients in hospital. There are three different ways: Vacuum Insulated Evaporator: Storage system of liquid oxygen 2. Oxygen Cylinders: hold oxygen under pressure 3. … Continue reading

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