GI News – April 2017
Our subscribers and regular readers may notice a few changes this issue. For the past couple of years, we have been hosted by the GI Foundation. As of April, we are back where we began at the University of Sydney, now with the School of Life and Environmental Sciences and the Charles Perkins Centre. We have also gone back to Blogger, so we may not look quite so stylish, but we are working on that. However, it’s the same GI News team here and the same quality and variety of stories you have come to expect from us. In this issue, we range from what Neandertal teeth tell us about their diet, to sugar and diabetes, what’s in that herbal med, sugar-free chocolate, grapefruit (does it really burn fat?) and Kate Hemphill’s Easter eggs that are much more delicious than hollow chocolate ones.
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Editor: Philippa Sandall
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