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Obesity: A growing problem for England

Obesity: A growing problem for England

Health, Investigations, Specials
Almost two-thirds of adults (64%) in England are overweight or obese, a recent study by the NHS has found. The study also found that almost a third (30%) of children aged 2-15 were overweight or obese, with 17% of them who were obese. Tracy Parker, senior dietitian at the British Heart Foundation told the Voice of London that the findings paint a “troubling picture of people living in poor health” due to a range of lifestyle factors, including smoking and an unhealthy diet. She said it is “especially concerning that obese children are more likely to be obese adults”, as this, coupled with “spiralling diabetes rates” could lead to “thousands more people suffering heart attacks and strokes in the coming years." Mrs Parker believes that “greater availability of cheap calorie d
Beautiful Christmas photos of London and Where to take them

Beautiful Christmas photos of London and Where to take them

Christmas, Culture, Lifestyle, Travel
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in London. Find out how your Instagram page can too. We looked back at the English summer through photos of Cornwall beaches, now it's time to count the days until Christmas. London takes Christmas makeover very seriously. Every street, every house, everything has the scent of Christmas at least two months in advance. Needless to say, when those Christmas lights come on, the expectations are high, but London never disappoints.   The dazzling Christmas lights tradition in London began in 1954 when retail stores and businesses arranged for a display through the Regent Street Association. The aim at the time was to show that post-war London has not lost its light. The tradition has been around ever since. The new star of Doctor Who
England vs Croatia- What are the permutation?

England vs Croatia- What are the permutation?

Sport, Uncategorized
After Croatia’s dramatic last-minute winner against Spain, England's hopes of winning the group have been kept alive. But the result also means that even a draw could see Gareth Southgate’s men relegated in a winner takes all match at Wembley on Sunday afternoon. A win for England will see them continue their good form after their summer exploits, and will progress them into the semi-finals of the Nations League next summer. Losing though will see them relegated to League B, where Wales and the Republic of Ireland currently play, and Croatia, who knocked England out in Russia, will progress. Although this will not be a disaster it will certainly be a slight dent to the feel good factor around a youthful squad. The other permutations come if the game ends in a draw. If it rem
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