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Tired, hungry, shamed: Pupil poverty ‘stops learning’
British teachers have reported worsening signs of child poverty in their classrooms with pupils coming to school tired, hungry, angry and confused.
Profit-hungry tiger breeders behind push to lift China’s trading ban
At the Siberia Tiger Park in the frigid Chinese city of Harbin, visitors can learn about the facility’s successful breeding program and buy chicken carcasses to toss to around 20 tigers pacing the snow flecked ground of their enclosure.
Many pupils in England hungry, badly clothed, say teachers
Teachers have warned that growing levels of poverty across England are having a devastating effect on pupils, with more children going hungry and being unable to afford warm clothes this winter.
UN: Number of hungry children at 10-year high in Africa's Sahel
The number of hungry children in West Africa's Sahel region has reached a 10-year high in 2018 due to a lack of rain, conflict and increasing food prices, a United Nations agency said on Friday.
Can a hungry Mali turn rice technology into 'white gold'?
When rice farmers started producing yields nine times larger than normal in the Malian desert near the famed town of Timbuktu a decade ago, a passerby could have mistaken the crop for another desert mirage.
Hungry birds missing out on their favorite insects as a result of climate change
Spring is getting warmer and arriving earlier as a result of global warming. And according to new research, the shifting season is throwing off the timing of predators and their prey, specifically birds and their preferred insects.
Why are children going hungry in Malaysia?
Public housing in Malaysia is cheaper than a night out in one of Kuala Lumpur’s restaurants: A single subsidized unit’s monthly rent is a mere $30.
One third of food waste, enough to feed all hungry people
Believe it or not, the way to eradicate hunger from the face of the Earth is as feasible as it is handy. In fact, the current loss and waste of one-third of all food produced for human consumption would be just enough to feed the nearly one billion people who go to bed hungry every single night.
Why do you get angry when you're hungry?
Did you have a roast today? If not, you may well be hungry. It's a common affliction.
Hungry penguins help keep car code safe
Hungry penguins have inspired a novel way of making sure computer code in smart cars does not crash.
Survey: One in four US college students is hungry
Hunger is a surprisingly common problem among US college students, a new report suggests.
Melting sea ice leaves polar bears hungry
Sea ice really is the platform of polar bears for life. They are capable of existing on land for part of the year, but the sea ice is where they obtain their main prey.
Eating when not hungry bad for health
With the wide availability of convenient foods engineered for maximum tastiness, such as potato chips, chocolates, and bacon double cheeseburgers, in the modern food environment and with widespread advertising, the contemporary consumer is incessantly being bombarded with the temptation to eat. This means that, in contrast to people in traditional societies, people in contemporary societies often eat not on account of hunger but because tasty food is available and beckoning at all hours of the day.
Almost 7.5m going hungry as Ethiopia crisis worsens
The number of hungry Ethiopians needing food aid has risen sharply due to poor rains and the El Nino weather phenomenon with around 7.5 million people now in need, aid officials said Friday.
UN: Fewer hungry people in world despite wars, poverty
The number of hungry people around the world has dropped to 795 million from over a billion a quarter-century ago despite natural disasters, ongoing conflicts and poverty, the three UN food agencies said Wednesday.

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