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Unicef bought enough of the peanut-based paste (seen in use, above, and inset below) to feed two million children, a 15-fold increase over the past eight years

Plumpy'Nut: The lifesaver that costs... well, peanuts

A nut paste used as a home-grown weapon in Africa's struggle against acute child malnutrition goes global

Andy Murray defends his US Open title next week fuelled by a balanced diet with energy drinks and workouts

It’s meat and drink for Andy Murray who dismisses use of Novak Djokovic Diet

US Open champion tried world No 1’s gluten-free regime but found it made him feel weak

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Irom Sharmila, in wheelchair, has been on the world’s longest hunger strike in protest against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act

World's longest running hunger striker Irom Sharmila heads to court over 'suicide' charges

41-year-old launched her fast in 2000 to protest over the killing of a group of civilians by paramilitary forces

The 10 Best oils and serums

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Anna Pavord's A to Z of pests and problems: N is for neighbours, nettles and nutrient deficiency

Our green-fingered correspondent Anna Pavord continues her A-Z of horticultural pests and problems standing between you and your perfect garden

The 10 Best ice-lolly moulds

Whether you’re a rocket man or like your frozen treats in all shapes and sizes, we’ve got the right kit for the job.

Starving Somali children in hospital in Mogadishu

Supercrops: Britain pledges large-scale funding to boost health of undernourished people in Africa

The Government is giving £30 million to HarvestPlus - an international research programme which creates nutrient-rich crops

Taking disabled children away from the sidelines

Access to sport and recreation is not only every child’s right, but it has an incredible ripple effect which can impact other vital sectors like health and education

Schoolchildren need to eat a proper breakfast, but should Kellogg's really be paying for it?

Tens of thousands of children are now arriving at school without a proper breakfast. So let's tackle the cause of this problem, not just the symptom

The study found that dogs such as mastiffs, pit bulls and akitas were being bred as a business asset

Hospital admissions for dog attacks jump five-fold in 20 years

Illegal owners pump animals full of steroids as dogs become key commodity among criminal gangs

Vitamin D during pregnancy doesn't aid child's bones, study shows

Official health guidelines could be overstating the importance of taking Vitamin D supplements during pregnancy, a report has shown.

A restaurant where you burn the calories while you're eating? No thanks...

Instead of fear-mongering with terrifying statistics, or setting up restaurants that promise an evening of calorie free dining, shouldn't we promote the art of moderation?

Irom Sharmila launched her fast in November 2000 to protest over the killing of a group of civilians by paramilitary forces

World's longest running hunger striker Irom Sharmila charged with trying to commit suicide

Activist launched her fast in November 2000 to protest over the killing of a group of civilians by paramilitary forces

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Treatment of Greece has shown up a lack of genuine legitimacy
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