The Electronic Cigarette Should Be Forbidden in Public Places? »

There are more and more people using the electronic cigarette, and more spaces in which traditional smoking is forbidden. The electronic cigarette users are proud of their habit, displaying their devices everywhere with pride. The electronic cigarette might be an alternative for the traditional cancerous cigarettes, but is it fair to use those devices in [...]

Is FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1 too Strong for UK Dieters? »

After taking the US by storm in 2012 raspberry ketone-based products are now becoming hugely popular in the UK, none more so than FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1. While some customers report that the UK’s #1 diet pill is too strong, it is the product’s effectiveness ultimately shines through and most users report feeing less hungry and more energized [...]

Prescription charges to see 20p rise in England »

By Gerald Heneghan Prescription charges in England are set to rise by 20p for each quantity of a drug or appliance as of April 1st 2013.

Hospital food schemes ‘have wasted more than £54 million’ »

By Lauren Grice Hospital food improvement schemes have wasted more than £54 million, a new report from food and farming lobby group Sustain has claimed.

Cannabis regulation ‘favoured by most Brits’ »

By Laura Moulden Cannabis legalisation and decriminalisation is favoured by most Britons, an independent think tank has stated.

Fizzy drinks tax and junk food ad ban proposed by doctors
18 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Fizzy drinks tax and junk food ad ban proposed by doctors »

By Gerald Heneghan A tax on fizzy drinks and a ban on junk food advertising are just two of the measures being proposed by doctors in response to the UK’s worsening obesity epidemic.

Horsemeat scandal: Food retailers hit back at conspiracy claims »

By Lauren Grice Food retailers have hit back at claims they were involved in a conspiracy of silence over the ongoing horsemeat scandal.

War veterans to see £11 million care funding boost
16 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

War veterans to see £11 million care funding boost »

By Gerald Heneghan War veterans are set to benefit from an £11 million boost in funding for the NHS.

Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’
14 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’ »

By Gerald Heneghan The government’s response to the ongoing horsemeat scandal has been branded “flat-footed” by MPs.

Horsemeat scandal: FSA begins meat plant raids »

By Laura Moulden The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has raided two premises involved in the alleged supply of horse meat to British supermarkets.

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