As Pierre Delecto, Romney used the account to like critical tweets about the president while also occasionally defending himself against detractors. Source: ‘C’est moi’: Mitt Romney admits to running secret Twitter account under the alias ‘Pierre Delecto’ Opinion: We can look at this two ways. Using an alter ego on the internet can indicate a… Read More ‘C’est moi’: Mitt Romney admits to running secret Twitter account under the alias ‘Pierre Delecto’ | + Opinion
The report also said that anemia prevelance among adolescent girls is twice that of adolescent boys. Source: Malnutrition behind 69% deaths among children below 5 in India: UNICEF report – The Hindu
Poverty, urbanization, climate change and poor eating choices driving unhealthy diets Source: Poor diets damaging children’s health worldwide, warns UNICEF
A report by psychologists says seeing obesity as a moral failing only makes things worse. Source: Obesity not caused by lack of willpower – psychologists – BBC News
India’s government approves ban on e-cigarettes Source: India’s government approves ban on e-cigarettes One of the world’s most noxiouly polluted places takes a step on something easy and not harmful to the coffers of TPTB?
Writer Eve Peyser shares the unexpected identity crisis she underwent when she stopped drinking. Source: When you’ve been drunk your whole life, who are you when you get sober? | CBC Radio Opinion: This headline spoke to me not because I drink or, for that matter, ever drank very often. I actually stopped drinking… Read More When you’ve been drunk your whole life, who are you when you get sober? | CBC Radio | + Opinion
A new article describes how the increase in population and the need to feed everyone will give rise to human infectious disease, a situation the authors of the paper consider ‘two of the most formidable ecological and public health challenges of the 21st century.’ Source: Can we feed 11 billion people while preventing the spread… Read More Can we feed 11 billion people while preventing the spread of infectious disease? — ScienceDaily