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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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Science News
May 14, 2005
Janet Raloff
To Fight Cataracts, It's Fish Yea, Mayo Nay A pair of new studies links mayonnaise, as well as certain vegetable oils, to an elevated risk of age-related cataracts. One of those studies, however, also suggests that oily fish, the type with dark flesh, hold cataracts at bay. mark for My Articles 156 similar articles
May 23, 2005
John Carey
Supplements: Buyer Beware They're largely unregulated, some don't work, and others can do harm. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
May 23, 2005
The Straight Dope on Herbs An interview with Dr. Stephen Bent who has been investigating saw palmetto and other natural supplements. So far, the results mostly have been disappointing. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
Scientific American
May 9, 2005
Luis Miguel Ariza
Defensive Eating Food vaccines show promise, now forget about them. Consumers fear that modified fruits and vegetables could end up in grocery stores, and the medical community has concerns with the dosage. mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
Science News
May 7, 2005
Janet Raloff
Bread and Chocolate, No Longer D-Minimus One midwestern company is responding to growing concerns about chronic, widespread vitamin D deficiency by pioneering the robust fortification of new foods. mark for My Articles 317 similar articles
Sabrina Rogers
The New Food Pyramid Just what your waistline needed: A food pyramid that gives you more choices than the average fastfood restaurant. Go ahead. Design a healthy diet that even you can live with. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
Simon McNeil
Tips on Controlling Your Diet To remain healthy, controlling what you eat is very important. Here are three simple tips for achieving a balanced diet. mark for My Articles 782 similar articles
Food Engineering
May 1, 2005
Joyce Fassl
Give us a break--with Oreos, please Obesity may be killing less people than we originally thought, but it is still a serious disease that sickens millions of Americans and contributes to heart disease and cancer deaths. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
May 9, 2005
Catherine Arnst
Putting The New Food Pyramid To Work Here's how to use the USDA's food guidelines to cook up a beneficial diet. mark for My Articles 701 similar articles
Delicious Living
May 2005
Sarah Toland
What to Eat to Prevent Disability Take a look at your daily diet if you want to increase your chances of being an active elder. mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
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