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Piers Morgan’s lockdown behaviour ‘irresponsible and disgusting’, Lord Sugar says

Piers Morgan’s lockdown behaviour ‘irresponsible and disgusting’, Lord Sugar says

Entertainment
Lord Alan Sugar has accused Piers Morgan of "scaremongering" during the coronavirus pandemic, calling his behaviour "disgusting".Speaking to Sarah-Jane Mee on her new Sky News podcast In This Together, The Apprentice star said: "He's just gone completely over the top and in the early stages of [the COVID-19 pandemic] scaremongering, and his constant hammering of the government is absolutely irresponsible and disgusting to be honest." Image: Lord Sugar appeared on Piers Morgan's Life Stories When asked by Mee whether their friendship was beyond repair, Lord Sugar said: "I basically don't care really, to be perfectly frank. I think he's enjoyed it, enjoyed trying to make a name for himself."When this is all over who knows. Do I care? N...
Smart contact lens accurately monitors blood sugar in rabbits, human tests next

Smart contact lens accurately monitors blood sugar in rabbits, human tests next

Health
April 24 (UPI) -- People with diabetes may soon have a new weapon as they battle to monitor their blood sugar -- their eyes. An international team of researchers has found that a remotely operated, smart contact lens was able to effectively monitor blood sugar, or glucose levels, while also controlling drug delivery for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, a common visual health condition associated with the disease. The results of the tests, conducted with rabbits, were published Friday in the journal Science. "A smart contact lens is especially promising for healthcare applications because it can be used as an excellent interface between the human body and an electronic device," co-author Dr. Sei Kwang Hahn, a visiting professor of chemical engineering at Stanford University, told UP...
‘Sugar overload’ warning for festive hot drinks

‘Sugar overload’ warning for festive hot drinks

Health
Seasonal lattes and hot chocolates being sold by some High Street coffee chains can contain up to 23 spoonfuls of sugar per cup, a study has found. Action on Sugar analysed more than 200 drinks and found "shockingly" large amounts of sugar in many of them. Some were made using vegan-friendly alternatives to cow's milk.The "venti" (a pint) Starbucks Signature Caramel Hot Chocolate made with oat milk but topped with whipped cream had the most.It contains 23 teaspoons (93.7g) of sugar and 758 calories, which Action on Sugar says is as much as three cans of Coca-Cola or four white chocolate and strawberry muffins. Next was Caffe Nero's Grande Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate made with skimmed milk - containing 15 teaspoons (nearly 60g) ...