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Can we detect fatty foods by smelling?
New York - New research from the Monell Center suggests that people can use their sense of smell to detect levels of dietary fat in food.
Calling someone 'fatty' could become a hate crime
A parliamentary report has recommended adding "appearance-based discrimination" to the Equalities Act, thus resulting in calling someone a "fatty" a hate crime.
Op-Ed: Fatty Arbuckle, an early victim of tabloid trash
As the Leveson Inquiry is in full swing at the Royal Courts of Justice, it is interesting to look back at the fate of an innocent man who was crucified by the tabloids in an earlier age.
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