The annual sugar intake of an average five-year-old kid has increased to as much as their own weight, according to health officials. The caution issued by the officials has urged the parents to manage their children’s eating habits. The government, which is being pushed to levy sugar tax on drinks and foods, is on the road to formulate its child obesity strategy.
A team of amateur archaeologists have managed to find an old Roman road in the northwest countryside of England. The road has been discovered using the maps made available by the Environment Agency (EA). The maps, which are used to determine the risk of floods in areas, are developed through laser scanners fitted over the aircraft.
A US laboratory has begun printing high-temperature, high-strength 3D ceramic parts, and the development is likely to have noteworthy benefits for aviation. Californian company HRL Laboratories has used a 3D printed resin in the required size and shape, and fired it to convert it into a ceramic that can endure temperatures up to 1,700 degrees Celsius, without any loss of crucial strength.
In New York, medical marijuana is growing, but it isn’t clear so far that when patients will be able to get the drug. State health officials have claimed that the program is planned to open in January, which is the timeframe set in the 2014 legislation while legalizing medical marijuana in New York.