This Is Why You're Fat--Study Says Allergies Can Hinder Weight Loss
A study in Japan has found that eating 2.5 ounces of baby broccoli per day for two months may help stave off a stomach bug that is linked to several more serious problems, including gastritis, ulcers and even stomach cancer. [Reuters]
Downing a banana smoothie before bed could help sufferers of sleep apnea, according to Australian researchers. The phospholipids in bananas may help keep the throat open, reducing the risk of choking. [Stuff]
A study from Dubai shows that people who have trouble losing weight may suffer from allergies they aren't aware of. Participants simply avoided foods that were shown to excite their immune systems and succeeded in losing weight. [PR Newswire]
A New York restaurateur reported receiving 708 applications to work as at the front of the house in his new restaurant in The New York Times Building, many of which came from former bankers, real estate brokers and professors. [NY Times]
Just days after the opening the first US Topshop store, Kate Moss is allegedly looking to put together her first cookbook. Apparently, the supermodel has been cooking kosher and is inspired to share her favorite recipes with the world. [Mirror]
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