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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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Science News
August 3, 2002
Janet Raloff
Surprise! Obesity (and inactivity) can spur cancers Some 60 percent of U.S. adults say they're worried at the prospect of developing cancer, yet only 6 percent recognize that being overweight is a leading predisposing factor. mark for My Articles 1191 similar articles
August 1, 2002
Simon McNeil
Male Eating Disorders: A Growing Problem Once thought to be exclusively the domain of women, eating disorders have now started to take their toll on the male population. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
Sebastien Stefanov
Lose Weight With A Low-Calorie Diet If you've ever wanted to know how to prepare low-calorie food, the following article provides a few sample meals. But before we start, let us examine some of the better alternatives available when selecting ingredients. mark for My Articles 1044 similar articles
Delicious Living
July 2002
Thirst Quenchers Good health depends on getting enough water every day. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
June 20, 2002
Sebastien Stefanov
Can Fat Be Healthy? Fat doesn't just fall under one simple category; it is comprised of three main groups -- monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated -- each with its advantages and disadvantages. To solve the mystery that is fat, let's examine each category one by one. mark for My Articles 732 similar articles
Sebastien Stefanov
The Negative Effects Of Spicy Food ...One can experience stomach problems and other conditions if a meal is a bit too zesty. Furthermore, constantly eating hot food can have permanent negative effects on the body... mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
June 1, 2002
Stephanie Overby
A New Tape Measure Health-conscious shoppers might soon have an easier way to track their diet than reading food package labels. The bar codes currently used at supermarket checkouts to identify a product and its price could also provide its nutritional profile mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
Science News
June 1, 2002
Janet Raloff
E is for Effort from Athletes Boston researchers now find that supplementing diets with extra vitamin E can reduce not only muscle damage but also biochemically induced stress that ordinarily accompanies heavy exercise... mark for My Articles 356 similar articles
June 2002
Dan Oko
Creatine Comes Clean A decade of research reveals that creatine is the real dealó -- but watch your step when tempted by other supplements making big promises... mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
Science News
May 4, 2002
Janet Raloff
When Herbs Bite Back While a cup of herbal tea may soothe an upset tummy, regularly downing a quart of the brew might actually provoke disease... mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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