The Week That Was: Health and Well-being (16/07/18)

19th July 2018


Parents furious that sugar has been reduced in Coco Pops
You would think that most parents would be happy that the Coco Pops recipe has been changed to reduce the sugar content in the cereal but it seems that parents are actually up in arms about it! They are taking themselves to Facebook to say it does not taste the same. Seems that you can’t please everyone.

Here is how Apple’s IOS update will help you reduce your screen time
In a bid to reduce screen time Apple’s latest update will now tell you how long you have spent on your phone including the amount of time spent on particular apps. The idea being that it gets users to take control of their use and manage how long they spend in front of their phone.

New job will pay you to sleep
Mattress brand Simba have advertised for candidates to be part of their ‘dream team’ Where you get to test the mattresses and get paid for it. You simply pop on a Fitbit go to sleep and get paid – pretty much the dream job.

This diverse lingerie campaign is celebrating body diversity
Figleaves has teamed up with MiLK models for their latest lingerie campaign to promote body diversity. The shoot features twelve models who vary in body shape, ethnicity, age and disability, and includes plus sized models Felicity Hayward and Sonny Turner. Makes a change from normal lingerie shoots!

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