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Pools and sports halls ‘could close’

The cash is crucial to combat major health issues like obesity, diabetes and heart disease, it argues. It warns that the majority of council-owned sports halls and swimming pools are at risk of becoming “old and tired” as local authorities’ budgets become increasingly squeezed, leaving them unable to afford the cost of refurbishments. In the 10 years to 2020, councils ...

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60 Million People In Pakistan At Risk Of Arsenic Poisoning From Drinking Water

Shockingly high levels of the toxic mineral arsenic have been found in the groundwater beneath huge parts of Pakistan, putting up to 60 million people at serious risk of developing arsenic poisoning from contaminated water. New Research published in the journal Scientific Advances looked at samples gathered from almost 1,200 groundwater pumps between 2013 and 2015 in Pakistan’s Indus Valley, considered one of ...

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Eating this one food might be the trick to losing weight

Food cravings can be a total B, especially if you’re trying your best to avoid temptation. But while distracting yourself when cravings strike can help, new research has found that simply eating a few walnuts—yup, walnuts—can help you squelch the urge to eat something unhealthy. That’s the takeaway from a new double-blind study published in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and ...

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