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One of the typical question asked by the clients, who are interested to hire me is, the advantages associated with it. I am Shweta Mahajan, a young and beautiful Escort in Delhi.
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HEALTHY HANDBOOK
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Indoor air pollution: the invisible enemy
Researchers are developing low-cost technologies to tackle indoor air pollution that is a growing menace. A new generation of electrostatic filters can capture even the smallest particles of household pollutants, usin...
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Let's step up to the plate Europe's Food and Drink Ind...
Let's step up to the plate Europe's Food and Drink Industry Priorities for the EU Institutions 2019 2024
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Saving lives during cancer surgery by separating the good from...
Advances in real-time hyperspectral imaging gives neurosurgeons new precision when operating on the brain, improving patient outcomes
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Short food supply chain: unity makes strength
Stories of European farms that make profitable food supply systems "from farm to fork" show that networking is crucial
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Protecting health by improved building efficiency
A revised EU directive to fight energy poverty and pulmonary diseases due to unhealthy buildings should be approved this month
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Your future Christmas jumper could be made from smart textiles
Technology and clothes could make for a magical festive present as scientists develop sensor-rich fabrics for health, sport and everyday monitoring
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A supercomputer will discover our future medicines
Can you imagine a future where an exascale computer discovers new drugs faster, cheaper and with lower failure rates than today?
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Hot food under pressure
European researchers carried out final tests on an innovative technique to lengthen shelf life of food
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Smoother ice creams, greener peas and ecological tomatoes
Three projects on novel food processing took the stage at the international conference of the European Federation of Food Science and Technology (EFFoST) to present their findings
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Public Health England and other health organisations have concluded that the health risks of vaping are unlikely to exceed five per cent of the risks of smoking. Early fears about e-cigarettes acting as a ‘gatewayâ€...
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Zero miles to our mouths: shortening food supply chains
New technologies are being used to cut the distance our food travels from source to table. It could revolutionise the way we buy and consume groceries in future, boosting the sale of local produce and landing fresher ...
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Organic waste and insects: animal feed of the future?
Right now, the European Union doesn’t have enough animal feed of its own to nourish livestock, forcing it to bring in supplies from beyond the bloc’s borders. To face this unsustainable dependency, researchers are...
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Could ‘superfoods’ stop disease?
Lentils and broccoli, algae and insects: science is investigating traditional and new diets in a bid to reduce the risks of us getting ill
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Climate change threatens some of the world’s best wines
Global warming is affecting the taste and production of wine growing regions across the world. Finding genes better suited to stress and pests can boost resilience
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Long live your food
Can a novel technique, which combines high pressure with temperature, be the ace in the hole of the food industry to tackle bacteria, reduce the energy required for food processing and improve quality as well?
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Food preservation: a never ending story
Prolonging food life has always been a crucial challenge giving rise to many inventions and innovation processes
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Is your home healthy? Ask the DNA
Genetic investigations are the latest tool for busting unsafe microorganisms and improving air quality in buildings
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In Europe today, our food is arguably safer and more accessible than ever before. Despite this, there appears to be an increasing lack of public confidence in the food supply. A proactive approach to communicating abo...
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Fighting botulism: new technique to process food
Combining high pressure and temperature for food processing could produce high quality products that stay fresh for weeks. But can it safely tackle deadly food borne illnesses such as botulism?
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When indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air
“Besides the contaminants we find outside, we also have indoor contaminants. There are pollutants typical of homes such as dust, spores, moulds, and those produced by human activities like cooking and house-cleaning...
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How safe is seafood?
Seafood is the main component of European Christmas menus. But with rising concern about chemical pollution in the marine environment, is seafood safe to eat?
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DO MICROBES CONTROL OUR MOOD?
Research on gut bacteria may change the way we look at anxiety, depression, and behavioural disorders
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Levelling food price volatility, while supporting the poor
Food crises leave the poor in desperation for a long time. To calm the dreadful effects of weather and climate disasters as well as food price volatility it is better if governments forget about managing prices and in...
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Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals: when will the act against these ...
Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals: when will the act against these everyday toxicants?
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Food Composition & the Internal Market: A cross-country compar...
Food Composition & the Internal Market: A cross-country comparison exercise by BEUC members
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