15 Dec 2018 8:02 My favourite advert of the last ten years was probably the “Are you beach body ready?” Protein World poster campaign. Partly I liked it because it featured a hot-looking girl in a bikini, so naturally it... Continue Reading →
Image courtesy of The Daily Mail. Partial to a 4pm cake break? Perhaps you prefer a mid-morning pot of Pringles? Maybe you’ll grab a protein-rich ‘energy ball’ on the way to the gym, or a healthy-ish cereal bar on the... Continue Reading →
Research suggests that as few as three alcoholic drinks a day can be enough to cause liver cancer. RUSSELL CHEYNE/REUTERS Health warnings similar to those posted on packets of cigarettes could soon be attached to all alcohol sold in Scotland.
Image courtesy of The Sun. Sky Ocean Rescue and Project O, who carried out the research, have worked with celebs including Kate Moss, Harry Kane, Bob Geldof and Cara Delevinge to design their limited edition Pass on Plastic range.
Doubling the cost of meat could help combat bowel cancer, heart disease and diabetes, experts say. Image courtesy of The Sun. Oxford University scientists claim nearly doubling the cost would prevent 6,000 deaths a year by encouraging Brits to eat healthier... Continue Reading →
‘Neutral’ packets were introduced in Australia in 2012 with the aim of deglamourising smoking. Singapore will soon be emulating Australia’s plain tobacco packaging methods. The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced it will be introducing standardised plain packaging for all tobacco products, possibly... Continue Reading →
Image courtesy of Channel News Asia. SINGAPORE: All tobacco products in Singapore may soon be required to be sold in plain packaging with graphic health warnings covering at least 75 per cent of the packet.
Image courtesy of CalvinAyre. Spain’s online gambling operators could face significant new restrictions on their ability to advertise, following a budget deal between the current minority government and a rival party.
The Department of Health plans have sparked a Cabinet split over the 'burdensome' cost to businesses. TELEGRAPH Calorie counts will have to be displayed on the menus of all restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets under Government plans that have prompted a... Continue Reading →