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With 24 soaking pools terraced along the San Juan River, The Springs Resort & Spa in Colorado has proclaimed the entire month of November as ... More
Bans on meal deals, stricter rules on food advertising and printing calorie contents on menus are among the measures introduced in the government's new anti-obesity ... More
Food labelling that shows the amount of exercise needed to burn off the calories in food items would result in people re-thinking their eating habits ... More
Based inside the former palace of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, Basra Museum has just opened three new galleries – quadrupling its display space following its ... More
A number of major British museums are taking steps to learn the origins of artefacts on display originally procured in the colonial era. London’s British ... More
Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation art gallery has used machine learning to create an intelligent art critic, with the technology able to interpret and pair digital artwork ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Experts and campaign groups have poured scorn on the government’s Childhood Obesity Strategy, describing it as a “missed opportunity”, “embarrassing” and “weak”. The government released ... More
The British Judo Association (BJA) has been heavily criticised for making “serious errors of judgement” which resulted in the loss of the European Judo Championships. ... More
Health experts are calling for labelling on food and drink to show how much activity would be required to burn off the calories contained in ... More
Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina, US, have found new evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces pain. The research, published in the ... More
Consumer protection organisation Which? has found that suncare products made by leading brands such as Boots and Hawaiian Tropic do not offer as much sun ... More
Representatives for Texas State Aquarium, which recently lost more than a tenth of its fish after a lethal chemical was introduced to its tanks rather ... More
FreeMotion Fitness
FreeMotion Fitness
A 2034 development masterplan for Mumbai, India, has come under much scrutiny after proposing to remove 70 per cent of the currently heritage-listed sites in ... More
High streets in the North and Midlands are most likely to feature businesses that are harmful to the public’s health, with Preston crowned Britain’s unhealthiest ... More
The worldwide cost of obesity is about the same as smoking or the war on terror and more than both alcoholism and climate change, according ... More
Home fragrance manufacturer and retailer AromaWorks has expanded its business by launching a brand new essential-oil skincare range that is vegan-friendly, pregnancy safe, plus gluten ... More
The Institute of Museum and Library Services has given out more than US$257,000 (€193,000, £156,000) to go towards training workshops for museums in the US ... More
The London Assembly has called on mayor Boris Johnson to implement policies to tackle childhood obesity, as a legacy from London 2012. At a meeting ... More
A group of influential doctors and medical experts has called for governments globally to take tougher action in the battle against obesity levels. In a ... More
A wide range of leisure and hospitality organisations have signed up to a new deal designed to help tackle some of the UK's most pressing ... More
Arts Council England (ACE) chair Dame Liz Forgan has underlined her faith in the future of the organisation and its new funding approach. In a ... More
Ahead of May's general election, the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has prepared a manifesto of its own outlining what it would like to see a ... More
Easter is over and the summer season is around the corner. So, what kind of season will it be? Occupancy in London - one of ... More
BHA deputy chief executive Martin Couchman has put together a timeline for members highlighting important lobbying developments occurring in 2009. For any further information please ... More
The proposal to introduce nutritional labelling into restaurants, pubs and coffee shops has been severely criticised by the British Hospitality Association (BHA) as not being ... More
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