Food Production Daily
High lead levels in Canadian teas a 'significant concern' for pregnant women
Schwalfenberg et al. say they found 'unacceptable' levels of aluminum and lead in common teas sold in Canada Scientists have 'significant concerns' over the risk to pregnant women after finding high lead levels in a wide range of teas sold in Canadian grocery stores.
Matthias Ståhl reps the vibe for Europe
The vibraphone remains a staple in jazz music, yet within the genre it's ultimately not a particularly popular instrument.
The Chronicle Herald
Santa Games begin
Actor John Dunsworth takes his Santa Claus suit for a whirl. The Trailer Park Boys' star is competing in the Santa Winter Games.
Metro UK News
How winter kills more people in Britain 'than in -30C Sweden'
The cold claims more lives in Britain than in Sweden, where temperatures regularly plunge as low as -30C in winter, campaigners say.
Nordics push to become European datacentre hub
Big beasts are colonising the wilderness, it seems. From Google to Facebook to Microsoft, a growing number of companies are investing in datacentres in the Nordic countries, wooed by low energy costs and free cooling.
Facebook fails to heat up job market in Sweden's far north
You may not have heard of LuleA , but if you use Facebook, your online presence has been there.