At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them

The peace treaties ending the First World War could have been signed at any time of the year, in May or August say, but those warm clement months would never have been able to convey the true horrors of the battles that took place along Europe’s 700 km fractured front line – reaching from the …

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Sugar on Top

EU Perspectives investigates claims that measures passed by the EU in the past six months could result in a rise in childhood obesity Halloween may be behind us but many kids will still be happily basking in a rich sweet sugar rush from last week’s trick and treating. “Bobbing for apples” or “snap apples” used …

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The possible link between Sugar, Weight Gain and Obesity

The EU, like so many developed countries, has little to crow about when it comes to obesity statistics. True the Americans have a higher percentage of obese men and women than Europe but some countries like the UK and Germany are not far behind.  Europeans, it would appear, are just as happy to munch their …

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