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Britain can’t cook? How one Islington charity is working to reverse the trend

May 29, 20142

Sizzling pans of chilli con carne, boiling rice and ovens filled with banana muffins, that’s what’s for dinner today.  The cooks: a group of eager amateurs attending cookery lessons

Islington: National champion in diagnosing dementia

May 26, 20140

Islington borough has a high rate in diagnosed dementia compared to the average in the UK. How is Islington achieving such a high rate and what can be done to
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Vegan culture in Islington and beyond

May 16, 20142

Vegan culture in Islington seems to be evolving, but what are the health implications of such a diet? We talked to a nutritionist and a vegan activist, to find out
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Islington in the fight against young drinking

April 2, 20142

With the third-highest density of licensed premises in London, Islington has a vibrant nightlife. As the number of the borough’s young drinkers keep rising, the council and several local organisations
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Takeaway Islington: 305 fast food outlets and a healthy eating campaign

February 20, 20140

Local residents are not short of places to buy convenience food but what are the implications for their health?

Video: Fast food in the city – quick and cheap over healthy?

December 11, 20130

The college student and the fast food meal – it’s a common story, taking place at campuses around the country every day. But why choose quick over healthy? We asked around
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