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Gluten-free: health fad or life-saving diet?

Gluten Free

Up to a third of American adults are now avoiding gluten, and numbers in Britain are growing rapidly: gluten-free sales are soaring. But is it really our dietary enemy – or, as Jennifer Lawrence thinks, just the ‘new cool eating disorder’?




The global economy: reasons to be cheerful

The conventional wisdom about the state of the world economy goes something like this: since the start of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, the developed world has struggled to recover, with only the United States able to adjust.

Bank Of England Building

Bank of England holds fire as inflation weighs

The Bank of England (BoE) left its benchmark interest rate unchanged Thursday - as expected - as the prolonged risk of stubbornly low inflation pushes back expectations of an interest rate rise, with a hike in 2015 now looking less likely.