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email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Artificial sweeteners are in a lot of foods and drinks we buy at the grocery store, but they could soon be showing up more in the dairy aisle. The Food and Drug Administration is considering a petition from two dairy industry trade...
More than half of American women over the age of 60 take vitamin D and calcium supplements, but the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said this week that they’re probably wasting their money. In a new recommendations from the federal government&...
"Canned salmon: It does a body good" doesn't pack quite the same punch as that other slogan. "Got edamame?" Not much better. They're worth remembering though, given a growing movement away from milk. Consumption is at its lowest level in 36 years,...
A popular "Downton Abbey" character died in childbirth from eclampsia in a storyline that shocked audiences. But what exactly is eclampsia, and does it kill modern-day moms? Barbara Deller, a nurse-midwife and senior maternal and newborn health adviser...
firstname.lastname@example.orgParents and caregivers have the power to lead the adolescents in their homes down a healthful path. A free program called BodyWorks, created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health, provides adults and adolescents...
Dear Pharmacist: I've dealt with stomach problems all my life. Sometimes it's hard to eat, but I am under physician's care. What natural remedy can soothe my tummy when it's hard to eat? — W.C., Denver, Colo. Dear W.C.: Probiotics are fundamental...
There is oh, so much publicity about fish oil pills, calcium and vitamin D – let alone the many more unusual dietary supplements. Are Americans persuaded? About half of U.S. adults use dietary supplements, and less than a quarter of the people who...
Growing children need the right nutrients, as well as plenty of exercise, in order to develop healthy bones. Two of the most important "ingredients" for building strong bones are calcium and Vitamin D, especially for teenagers undergoing a growth spurt. ...
The Hartford CourantKale seems to be the leafy green of the moment. This dark green member of the cabbage family turns up on restaurant menus in salads and as crispy chips. Nutritionally, kale is a winner, a powerhouse source of antioxidants, vitamin C and calcium. When...
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Khalil Beckwith has never been formally diagnosed with lactose intolerance. He just knows that drinking milk makes him feel lousy. "When I drink milk with nothing else ... finishing the carton can be a nauseating endeavor," said Beckwith, a senior at...
FARGO, N.D. -- A proud Miller Family Farms of Denhoff, N.D., and its related Premium Gold Flax Products & Processing Inc. have something entirely different for the world -- a gluten-free flour product that is nutritious, delicious and easy to use. Is...
2013 is the year of the snake, according to the Chinese lunar calendar. But in food circles, it just might be the year of the roast chicken or Asian noodles. Molecular gastronomy, fancy cupcakes, Korean tacos? So, so 2012. The new year is always the...
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