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Researchers at Kansas State University have found that if you are like most home chefs you may be inadvertently contaminating the food you are making, even if you have received information about food safety.
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The ads made claims that pomegranate juice could treat or reduce the risk of diseases including heart disease, prostate cancer, and erectile dysfunction.
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When health experts say that kale is a super food, they’re definitely not exaggerating.
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The incidence of neural tube defects that affect the spine and brain has dropped 35% since the government started requiring folic acid to be added to grain products.
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Pregnant women are not allowed to eat fish due to mercury exposure, but scientists say that fish contains Omega-3 which is good for brain development.
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The guideline will serve as a tool for health professionals to use in deciding whether drug treatment is right for a particular patient and which drug or combination of drugs can best be used.
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Dietary recommendations on sodium intake are unlikely to change.
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One of the supposedly safest things we use is cookware. Besides, it is where we cook the food we eat every day. However, the United States government has restricted a chemical used in making Teflon.
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If you’ve ever been pregnant or you are currently carrying a baby, then most definitely you’ve already heard your doctor telling you to avoid eating fish as of the moment. But a new study suggests that the issue is far more complex than we thought and that…
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This finding comes from a randomized double-blind study of 68 patients with high blood pressure.
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BPA is used in plastics as a stiffener, and was widely used in plastic food containers.
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A study conducted at the National Institutes of Health has found an association between coffee drinking and a reduced risk of malignant melanoma.
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