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Day: April 6, 2023

Prime drinks aren’t suitable for children and pregnant women

Prime drinks – a range of sports drinks, drink mixes, and energy drinks – were introduced to Australia earlier this year with the sports drink's popularity immediately skyrocketing. Created by controversial social media influencers Logan Paul and KSI, the interest in the drink, specifically among children, has parents, schools and health experts concerned with the impact it could have on...
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What if your doctor told you this: Before we prescribe drugs, let’s remove sugar, grains and seed oils from your diet, correct nutritional deficiencies, remove any toxins that may be present, and begin some strength training and sleep exercises. – Robert Lufkin MD (Image via @robertlufkinmd)
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Greenwashing – the process of conveying a false impression or misleading information about how a company’s products are environmentally sound – is commonly practised today. It is an attempt to capitalise on the growing demand for environmentally sound products. Products are greenwashed through a process of renaming, rebranding, or repackaging them. Greenwashed products might convey the...
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CAP: Practice the culture of healthy living

The Consumers Association of Penang calls on Malaysians to practice the culture of healthy living in their lives by carrying out physical activities, eating healthy and looking after their mental health in order to strengthen immunity in fighting against diseases. The call is made in conjunction with  World Health Day (WHD), which is held every year on 7 April, to mark the anniversary of the...
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