Thursday, 21 September 2017

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Global study reveals that gender stereotypes become ingrained in "tween" years, leading to life-long health consequences - particularly for girls via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

The real clean food: How to eat well for yourself and the planet

It's possible to have a diet that's both healthy and eco-friendly, but would you really want to eat it? Forget the fads, the answer is more straightforward than you think via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Global study reveals that gender stereotypes become ingrained in "tween" years, leading to life-long health consequences - particularly for girls via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

The real clean food: How to eat well for yourself and the planet

It's possible to have a diet that's both healthy and eco-friendly, but would you really want to eat it? Forget the fads, the answer is more straightforward than you think via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Global study reveals that gender stereotypes become ingrained in "tween" years, leading to life-long health consequences - particularly for girls via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

The real clean food: How to eat well for yourself and the planet

It's possible to have a diet that's both healthy and eco-friendly, but would you really want to eat it? Forget the fads, the answer is more straightforward than you think via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Shaken baby syndrome is not definitive proof of child abuse

While a debate over the medical diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome rages on, one thing is clear: it is no longer proof of child abuse, says Deborah Tuerkheimer via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Awesome awe: The emotion that gives us superpowers

Awe is so powerful it alters your sense of self, connects you with humanity and boosts your mind and body. And there's a surprising way to get more of it via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Thousands likely to be killed by Hurricane Irma’s deadly legacy

Toxic chemicals released by floodwaters, stress, infection and dangerous working conditions will all contribute to hurricane death toll years after winds die via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Proof in the pudding: Myth-busting 15 common cooking tips

From searing meat to cutting onions, many top cooking tips make no difference, while others dent the flavour or even increase the risk of food poisoning via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Global study reveals that gender stereotypes become ingrained in "tween" years, leading to life-long health consequences - particularly for girls via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

The real clean food: How to eat well for yourself and the planet

It's possible to have a diet that's both healthy and eco-friendly, but would you really want to eat it? Forget the fads, the answer is more straightforward than you think via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK court ruling on ending life support is the right decision

It is much kinder for all involved if someone kept alive in a vegetative state is allowed to die with only their doctor’s and family’s approval, not a judge’s say-so via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Using new study to back high-fat, low-carb diets is flawed logic

Fans of high-fat, low-carb diets grasped at a recent study to declare their fringe view proven. They were wrong, say Anthony Warner and Katie Heath via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK court ruling on ending life support is the right decision

It is much kinder for all involved if someone kept alive in a vegetative state is allowed to die with only their doctor’s and family’s approval, not a judge’s say-so via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Using new study to back high-fat, low-carb diets is flawed logic

Fans of high-fat, low-carb diets grasped at a recent study to declare their fringe view proven. They were wrong, say Anthony Warner and Katie Heath via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dine in or eat out: Which is better for you and the planet?

It may seem that restaurants can exploit economies of scale to curb their carbon footprint, and home cooking is healthier – but it really depends on the chef via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is

Climate change and soil degradation are depleting the nutrients in crops, but now a scanner can analyse grain to help farmers mitigate problems as it grows via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

The aim of the work is to better understand embryonic development, rather than to see if genome editing could prevent diseases in children via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Old fathers pass on more mutations to kids than old mothers

A huge study of Icelanders suggests that older men pass on four times as many new mutations to their kids than women   via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Hundreds of UK women are seeking illegal abortions online

Women legally entitled to abortions are attempting to buy pills online because they cannot access clinics due to distance, waiting times and domestic abuse via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Global study reveals that gender stereotypes become ingrained in "tween" years, leading to life-long health consequences - particularly for girls via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

The real clean food: How to eat well for yourself and the planet

It's possible to have a diet that's both healthy and eco-friendly, but would you really want to eat it? Forget the fads, the answer is more straightforward than you think via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Shaken baby syndrome is not definitive proof of child abuse

While a debate over the medical diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome rages on, one thing is clear: it is no longer proof of child abuse, says Deborah Tuerkheimer via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Awesome awe: The emotion that gives us superpowers

Awe is so powerful it alters your sense of self, connects you with humanity and boosts your mind and body. And there's a surprising way to get more of it via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..