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    Food&Drinks : Make that seven portions a day, and mostly vegetables, scientists say

    UCL study suggests increase in daily fruit and veg intake linked to lower chance of death from stroke and cancer
     
    Eating at least seven portions of fresh fruit and vegetables a day was linked to a 42% lower risk of death from all causes. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

    Five portions of fruit and vegetables a day – a familiar mantra for those concerned about their own and their children's health – may not, after all, be enough, according to a new report by scientists, who suggest we should instead be aiming for seven a day, and mostly vegetables at that.

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    Culture : Japanese architect Shigeru Ban wins 2014 Pritzker prize

    The 56-year-old is renowned for crafting structures from housing to art galleries from cardboard tubes
     
    Shigeru Ban, 56, the recipient of the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize, in New York. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP

    Paper and cardboard have long been part of an architect's toolbox for drawings and models of buildings, but for Japanese architect Shigeru Ban they are good enough to make the real thing.

    The 56-year-old, who has built a reputation over the past 30 years for crafting improbable...

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    Twaddle : 8 pronunciation errors that made the English language what it is today

    Think hyperbole rhymes with Super Bowl? Don't worry, it could be the start of something beautiful
    Not a nadder any more. Photograph: Natural England/PA

    Someone I know tells a story about a very senior academic giving a speech. Students shouldn't worry too much, she says, if their plans "go oar-y" after graduation. Confused glances are exchanged across the hall. Slowly the penny drops: the professor has been pronouncing "awry" wrong all through her long, glittering career.

    We've all been there.

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    the Internet : 25 things you might not know about the web

    It sprang from the brain of one man, Tim Berners-Lee, and is the fastest-growing communication medium of all time. A quarter-century on, we examine how the web has transformed our lives
     
    Briton Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, at the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Photograph: Wang Lili/xh/Xinhua Press/Corbis

    The importance of "permissionless innovation"

     

    The thing that is most extraordinary about the internet is the way it enables permissionless

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    the Internet : Meet the seven people who hold the keys to worldwide internet security

    It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: seven keys, held by individuals from all over the world, that together control security at the core of the web. The reality is rather closer to The Office than The Matrix

    Aaron Tilley illustration of the seven keys of the internet'Rumours about the power of these keyholders abound: could their key switch off the internet? Or, if someone somehow managed to bring the whole system down, could they turn it on again?' Illustration: Aaron Tilley Photograph: Aaron Tilley for the Guardian

    In a nondescript industrial estate in El Segundo, a boxy suburb in south-west Los Angeles just a mile or two from LAX international airport, 20 people wait in a windowless canteen for a ceremony to begin.

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    Culture : Is it time to teach theatre manners to children?

    An RSC production of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew was recently disrupted by some of its young audience. But does the fault in such cases lie with the kids or the company?

    Kids are the most demanding audience because they tend to respond entirely honestly to what they are seeing.' Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian

    Do children need to be taught how to behave in the theatre? Over at the Stage website, Susan Elkin is calling for theatre etiquette lessons for children after experiencing...

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    Food&Drinks : The eat of battle – how the world's armies get fed

    An army marches on its stomach but what do different countries feed their troops? Who gets smoked sprats or tinned cheddar – and who wants 'three-year pizza'?

    The Norwegian ration pack – featuring such delights as beans and bacon, and Rowntree's Tooty Fruities. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian

    The Taliban might be just a few hundred metres away, but in the mess halls of the US bases in southern Afghanistan, there are more pressing dangers lurking: undercooked eggs. Signs placed above the breakfast fry-up station warn against asking for an egg sunny side up: it's available over-easy only.

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    Health : Loneliness twice as unhealthy as obesity for older people, study finds

    Scientists found that the loneliest were nearly twice as likely to die during their six-year study than the least lonely

    The findings point to a pending crisis in the UK as the population ages and people increasingly live alone or far from their families. Photograph: Paul Doyle/Alamy

    Loneliness can be twice as unhealthy as obesity, according to researchers who found that feelings of isolation can have a devastating impact on older people.

    The scientists tracked more than 2,000...

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    the Internet : Facebook's gender identities are a good start – but why stop at 56?

    I won't be fiddling with my settings, though I might if I could choose 'northern ladette', 'loose woman' or 'bad girl'

    This is a progressive move from Facebook, but wouldn't it be better to leave a blank box for people to dream up their own identities?' Photograph: Abhishek Chinnappa/Demotix/Corbis

    "What's your flava – tell me, what's your flava?" I am, of course, invoking the great early 21st century poet and philosopher, Craig David, to help me find out something I'm dying to know.

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    Health : Sit up straight: five of the best posture exercises

    Try these exercises to help improve your posture and remind yourself what it feels like to really stand up straight

    Exercises to help improve your posture: No 1, the back pain reliever. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian

    If you have a medical condition or injury, consult your GP or physiotherapist before doing these exercises.

    Back pain reliever (above)

    Most of us spend too much time sitting down, and this shortens our anterior hip muscles (a group of muscles that attach to the front of pelvis in various ways – namely the hip-flexors, quadriceps and psoas).

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