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A nutty cracked wheat pilaf with a chockful of fresh vegetables.
A woman who had two kidney transplants says she has been the victim of a flawed government benefits test. Ann Forster 56 from Nottinghamshire receives 220 a month inpersonal independence payments (PIPs)which helps provide transport. The decision to cut her benefits was taken after a face-to-face home assessment declared her mobile but she says she was never asked to walk. The government said Mrs Forsters appeal is being reviewed. Didnt leave settee Mrs Forster who was interviewed in…
Scientists have shown that the plant really is linked to better memory. A study of pensioners found that simply being in a room diffused with the smell of rosemary boosted memory test scores by 15 per cent! Although it might not seem much academics at the University of Northumbria say it could mean the difference between remembering to take medication or not which could prove life-saving. Dr Mark Moss head of the department of psychology at Northumbria said: I think that received wisdom…
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Retired Coal Miner Ed Austin with Some of His 20 Children in Fireco, West Virginia, near Beckley. The 64-Year-Old Worked in the Mines From 1925 to 1956. He Receives Black Lung Payments and a United Mine Workers Pension 04/1974 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr