News Bites: How Junk Food is Linked to Laziness, A Photo App That Counts Calories and More

News Bites: How Junk Food is Linked to Laziness, A Photo App That Counts Calories and More
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Need another reason to lay off the junk food? A new study has found a link between eating a too much junk food and laziness. So, if you're trying to cut back on the calories, there's a new app in the works for that. The creators of the iPhone's Siri are working on an app that will count the calories of a meal conveniently through a smartphone photo.

In other news, green tea could boost memory, quinoa is kosher for Passover and chocolate is a factor in the Ukraine conflict.

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