Our reporter meets various people who work nights to see what they do and to ask how they feel about it. The price can be high in terms of health and well-being. Yet some night workers just love it.
In the developing world thousands of people die every year of diseases that don't register on the radar of the pharma industry. One doctor is working to help those who suffer from so-called "neglected tropical diseases."
Women take charge of men on the Thursday before Carnival, cut off their ties and give them a kiss. It's a tradition that hails from an era when women's rights were non-existent.
There's sugar in almost everything we eat. But too much is bad for our health. Sugar can contribute to diabetes. So are artificial sweeteners the answer? Well, they can come with risks too. But try talking to people about sugar at a sweets or candy fair. It ain't easy, as Zulfikar Abbany found out at the ISM in Cologne.
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