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Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] Calorie caps could be placed on thousands of meals sold in supermarkets and restaurants in an attempt to combat obesity.Public Health England has drawn up detailed plans for calorie limits to be imposed on 12 types of food sold by retailers and 13 served in restaurants and takeaways.Two huge draft documents outlining the proposed limits, which run to a total of 223 pages, have been sent to food manufacturers, retailers and restaurant chain bosses for consultation. ...

Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] Vitamin D is needed by the body to help keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy, according to the NHS.Without enough of the vitamin, it’s difficult to regulate the amount of calcium or phosphate in the body.A severe lack of vitamin D could even lead to some other medical conditions, including deformities, rickets or osteomalacia.You could be at risk of a vitamin D deficiency if you have a throbbing pain in your bones, it’s been claimed.Aching bones could be a sign that you need more vitamin D -...

Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] Fathers with postnatal depression are 'more likely to have teenage daughters with mental health problems'Studies are showing the birth of a child can result in depression among menUp to 10% of men report the symptoms compared with about 20% of mothersThis has been linked to poor teenage mental health by study of 3,000 families By Ben Spencer Medical Correspondent For The Daily Mail Published: 03:16 EST, 27 December 2018 | Updated: 04:49 EST,...