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June 30, 2011
  
  
Peta Bee
Peta Bee is an award winning British journalist with a degree in sports science and a Masters in nutrition. She writes regularly for The Times, Daily Mail and Sunday Times and is contributing editor of Women's Running magazine. In 2008, Peta won the UK Medical Journalists' Associations freelance of the Year.

Articles by Peta Bee

Food & WineLife
PETA BEE, 1441 WORDS
They have never been inside a synagogue. But a growing band of non-Jews now buy kosher fare in the belief that it is healthier, purer and less likely to be contaminated with nasties than other types of food.
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LifeHealth
PETA BEE, 1586 WORDS
More men than ever are having vasectomy reversals in their 40s and 50s. But what prompts them to go for the snip in the fist place?
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HealthSportsLife
PETA BEE, 1050 WORDS
K-taping (or Kinesio-taping), the latest fitness injury treatment and prevention method, has gone mainstream.
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LifeScience
PETA BEE, 1340 WORDS
Scientists are now discovering that our birth date predicts more about our future health and happiness than we might imagine.
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LifeRelationships
PETA BEE, 1619 WORDS
Studies suggest that men are less able to commit to the burdens of having a sick spouse than women.
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ScienceHealth
PETA BEE, 1774 WORDS
Some experts now believe that food imprinting begins in the womb and that mothers who eat only healthy foods are programming their children to do the same in later life.
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Health
PETA BEE, 1248 WORDS
Sarcopenia is to men what osteoporosis is to women: a silent, sneaky yet highly prevalent condition that gradually leeches the body of its muscle mass and strength.
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Life
PETA BEE, 2146 WORDS
Claims that an astrologer can accurately predict conception dates for couples who want to have a baby are being put to the test by researchers.
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HealthSports
PETA BEE, 1910 WORDS
Rearchers claim to have blown the myth that massage speeds up recovery from tough exercise.
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