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vrijdag 12 oktober 2018

BBC Health: Are we living in a 'nanny state'?

Are we living in a 'nanny state'?
Is there a backlash brewing against planned government crackdowns on sugary drinks and fatty foods?
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'Obesity discrimination damaged my career'
Kathryn Szrodecki says obese people are passed over for promotion and paid less due to their weight.
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Same-sex mice have babies
Scientists break the rules of reproduction, so what does it mean for the future of sex?
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Doctors can prescribe medical cannabis from November in UK
The move follows an outcry over two young epilepsy sufferers being denied access to cannabis oil.
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Age boys start puberty 'linked to mothers'
The age at which boys begin puberty is linked to when their mothers started having periods, a study suggests.
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