Some interesting snippets of news whilst having an infrequent trawl of the 'net this lunchtime. In fact, having a lunchbreak has been an event the past few weeks
On the BBC, an interesting article about the request for a voluntary code for blogs, in line with the codes currently in place for 'normal' press publishing. Sounds like a good idea, after all I can say whatever I like on here, without necessarily backing it up with true fact.
On the BBC, news that chemo drugs 'destroy brain cells'. Something I'm all too aware of, after all the treatment stories JulesJules told me from her childhood fight with leukeamia. I'm sure, if Jules was still here, she'd agree that it, er, it does affect, er, owh, it's on the tip of my tongue, nope, gone, I've forgotten what it was I was going to say...
And finally, how there's a link between eating bacon and contracting bladder cancer. The story also highlights that regular consumption of chicken increases the risk. What's surprising, on reading the story, the groups assessed were also more likely to not take regular exercise, smoke, and have a diet high in fat. Which, of course, begs the question is it a valid conclusion? As always, the recommendation is to eat a balanced diet. Not rocket science, after all. Bugger, so kebab's and takeaway calzone every night ain't a good thing?