Influence of social media on children’s food intake

New University of Liverpool research, published in Pediatrics, highlights the negative influence that social media has on children’s food intake. Continue reading “Influence of social media on children’s food intake”

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Eating more fruits and vegetables may help men with memory loss

Need another reminder to eat your fruits and vegetables? Doing so might lower your risk of memory loss, according to a study published online Nov. 21, 2018, by Neurology. The study looked at almost 28,000 men, average age 51, who filled out questionnaires every four years for 20 years about how many servings of fruits, vegetables, and other foods they ate each day. The participants also took tests of their thinking and memory skills at least four years before the end of the study, when the average age was 73. Continue reading “Eating more fruits and vegetables may help men with memory loss”

A bottom-up view of food surplus: using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis to investigate agricultural strategies and diet at Bronze Age Archontiko and Thessaloniki Toumba, northern Greece

Here we present the ‘Abstract‘ of the corresponding paper by Erika Nitsch, Stelios Andreou, Aurélien Creuzieux, Armelle Gardeisen, Paul Halstead, Valasia Isaakidou, Angeliki Karathanou, Dimitra Kotsachristou, Daphne Nikolaidou, Aikaterini Papanthimou, Chryssa Petridou, Sevi Triantaphyllou, Soultana M. Valamoti, Anastasia Vasileiadou & Amy Bogaard. Continue reading “A bottom-up view of food surplus: using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis to investigate agricultural strategies and diet at Bronze Age Archontiko and Thessaloniki Toumba, northern Greece”

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