Although they recognize officers likely to snack between meals.

Although they recognize officers likely to snack between meals, while on the beat, hope the authorities give the measure to better eating habits.Peniche said Mexico City Journal The New York Times that a culture of snacking is strong in Mexico, and the police are no exception, the authorities have accepted this, but they hope that the officers of gradually better eating habits.

The task of slimming it down falls Dr. Alfredo Peniche, the police department conducts medical program and is now an eye on how many calories consumed overweight officers.Although we can not on the health effects about the health effects of e-cigarettes email are by far the most popular Smoker alternative products and end products on the market, said lead author John Ayers, a doctoral student from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

From the two research appearing online and to the April issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, one shows consumer interest in consumer interest to e – cigarettes is present much higher than that the interest traditional products.