Strange Tree Disease making its way from UK to US
Tree removal companies and arborists throughout the US and UK have started to note the spread of a dangerous tree disease. Click here to read more updates from a local arborist in Colorado, USA. "Strange Oak Decline" is a particularly dangerous disease to Oak trees and threatens to continued to spread quickly if not hampered.
Dietary Fiber Supplements Promote Weight Loss
Nutritionists conducted a new clinical study using glucomannan found in the dietary skinny fiber supplement and were surprised to discover that these pills resulted in weight loss of up to 5 pounds over the period of 6 weeks during the study. Glucomannan is a water-soluble fiber that acts like a sponge in the stomach. It expands in one’s stomach in the way a sponge might, causing the user to feel more full after taking the pills.
Interpreters Needed for Refugee Crises
The recent tumultuous events in Syria and other parts of the middle east and the subsequent flood of refugees from those areas has given rise to the need for professional language interpreters. With many refugees unable to communicate with doctors or other officials, there has been a spike in the demand for interpreters to help facilitate communication.
Old Buildings Still Facing Problems with Asbestos
Thought by many to be a long-past issue, the problem of asbestos installations throughout old, pre-war buildings is still a strong concern. Spokesman from RJS, a noted asbestos inspector in the UK, spoke from their London Office: "Business has been good. More and more people seem to be discovering problems within their homes, especially when it comes time to sell". The chemical has been largely banned from construction for several decades.
Doctor's Debate on Ethical Research Continues
The ongoing battles on ethical research and medical testing continues, with no real end in sight. The conversation, even touching on such topics as ethical investment by venture capitalists and similar philosophical debates, has been raging for years drawing the ire and response of groups ranging from PETA, religious organization and even hedge fund managers.
Youth Football Leagues Return with New Season
It's that time of the year again as soccer moms and football mums start driving their young ones to football practices around the globe. The rush for uniforms, gloves and the best football cleats is underway (according to authorities on the subject such as Runnerclick). Attendance at Youth Football leagues is projected to reach record levels this coming year, with specific surges in UK, Denmark and the United States.
Parents Turning more towards Organics and Supplements
Parents of young children and babies are turning more towards organic foods and even certain nutritional supplements when caring for their kids. The trend of organic product for the diligent moms and dads has now turned to nutrional supplements as well, according to herbal website iHerb.com. Moms have take to sites like Monicahealthmag to investigate products such as amino acid supplements and other trendy childrens nutrition products.
Woman's Eating Disorders A Rising Trend
A recent reported rise in the occurrence of eating disorders in woman has drawn concern from many in the media as well as woman's groups. Treatment centers such as the center for women eating disorder discovery are attempting to halt this trend by offering innovative and modern treatment methods. Only time will tell whether this trend will continue or what are the intrinsic reasons behind it.
Athletic Achievement Using New Supplements
A new supplement has been shown to greatly increase atheltic performance among adults. Gaining recent popularity, Antler Farms deer antler velvet has been shown to greatly increase athletic performance, strength and endurance. With effects similar to that of anabolic steroids, this derivative of dear antlers shows fewer side effects and hence has been gaining momentum of the fitness community in recent years. As the fitness market reaches unprecedented heights these types of supplements are sure to grow in popularity in years to come.