Worryingly, two thirds of parents admitted it's an uphill struggle to prevent their kids from snacking on sugary treats. And as many as one in three even went as far as to reveal they don't monitor how much sugar their kids consume. Yoghurts are the biggest issue, with seven in ten parents admitting their children eat these at least twice a week – despite some pots containing 15g of sugar or more. … [Read more...] about How to limit the effect of sugar on children’s teeth
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Did you just stockpile music all 2020? What have you been up to? Usually you jump out on a tour after the record, but that hasn’t been possible.Ed. note: The Grammys were postponed to March 14 after this interview; it is currently unclear who will attend]. It was a down year for America — a tough year for all of us — but a decent year, workwise, for me. … [Read more...] about Freddie Gibbs Made His Own Lane
➽ I wonder if the time hasn’t come for networks to once again experiment with the idea of having their main late-night shows air in prime time, something NBC briefly did at the start of the last decade with Leno. I don’t think airing Fallon, Kimmel, or Colbert at 10 p.m. (or even 8 p.m.) is going to miraculously result in millions of new viewers, but it could raise the shows’ profiles and make it easier to snag some of the over-50s who still watch live TV but simply aren’t going to stay up past 11 p.m. for a comedy show. Plus, networks have already ceded big parts of their prime-time lineups to game shows and reality series, so it’s not like devoting four or five weekly hours of prime time to a variety/talk show is going to make it more difficult to find new scripted hits. And if a network decided to go bold and air a current late-night show at 8 p.m., it might even make it possible to do the show live, adding even more energy and … [Read more...] about What Will TV’s Next Four Years Look Like?
Her wish for her parents Patricia and Graham to spend time with their grandson came true at the end of last year when her husband was asked to move to Australia to lead the commercial launch of the business he works for. That initial three-month stay has now been extended to a year. … [Read more...] about Strictly’s Natalie Lowe reveals joy at relocating to her native Australia with her family
Ellen, who cheekily referred to Mr Obama as "Michelle's husband" during the interview, went on to talk to her VIP guest about raising two teenage daughters — the Obamas are parents to Malia, who will be 16 in July, and Sasha, who turns 13 in June. "I don't know if everyone heard this, but you made the most amazing comments about if they would ever get a tattoo — and I think everyone should stick to this rule — if your daughters got tattoos that you and Michelle would also get the same tattoo in the same place and you would all take a family photo of all the tattoos," she said. "That's exactly right," he replied. "We will reduce the cool factor of any tattoo. Ellen spoke to the US President on her show … [Read more...] about President Obama tells Ellen her Oscars selfie was