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Is Technology Transforming the Food Industry?

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© chiradech / Adobe StockThe world's population has rocketed to 7.5 billion - so it comes as no surprise that technology is transforming the food industry to meet ever-increasing demands. The use of tech in the processing and packaging of food can improve its shelf life, safety and quality.Technology is playing an ever-growing role in the ...

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The Evolution of Medicines

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© Tryfonov / Adobe Stock The evolution of medicines shows how society has changed over the years. The search to combat disease gathered momentum during the 19th century, when rapid advances in science and the invention of modern equipment, such as the stethoscope and electrocardiogram, changed the face of medical care.Although it'...

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Sugar Taxation

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© Wordley Calvo Stock / Adobe Stock The UK government's tax on sugary soft drinks was introduced in 2018 in an effort to tackle rising rates of type 2 diabetes and obesity. Former chancellor George Osborne announced the sugar tax in 2016, bowing down to pressure from scientists, doctors and campaigners.The soft drinks industry is ...

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Why do we Send Flowers on Valentine’s Day?

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© deagreez / Adobe StockValentine’s Day is the most romantic day of the year - a time when people all over the world shower their loved ones with gifts and affection.Many other countries celebrate their own version of Valentine's Day. In Argentina, the celebrations last for an entire week! Known as Sweetness Week, kisses and sweet treats...

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There are Plenty more Fish in the Sea… or are there?

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© metelevan / Adobe StockThere are plenty more fish in the sea. While the saying is commonly used to refer to dating, the literal meaning has been thrown into doubt recently - with the revelation that the declining numbers of certain species of fish is causing concern.So, are there really plenty more fish in the sea? The latest statistics ...

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The Red Meat Debate

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© alphafotos / Adobe StockThe ongoing red meat debate looks set to continue for the foreseeable future, as scientists argue over whether livestock farming is bad for the environment. Some newspapers have reported that the carbon footprint of eating meat (especially beef) is excessively high.A study published by the United Nations has claim...

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Rising Demand for Cold Stores in the UK

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© tilialucida / Adobe StockMany businesses rely on cold stores to keep perishable items safe, fresh and usable. In recent years, demand in the UK has been rising rapidly for these temperature-controlled storage facilities, but why is this? Uses of cold storesCold stores are used by a wide range of sectors to store items that would...

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