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  1. Your Brain on Sugar

    Is sugar worse for you than, say, cocaine? According to a 2012 article in the journal Nature, it's a toxic substance that should be regulated like tobacco and alcohol. Researchers point to studies that show that too much sugar (both in the form of natural sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup) not on

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  2. Apples Again Top 'Dirty Dozen' List for Pesticides

    June 19, 2012 -- Apples again have the dubious honor of nabbing the top spot on the ''Dirty Dozen'' list of produce with unacceptable pesticide residues, issued by the Environmental Working Group. EWG has also issued its updated "Clean Fifteen" list of produce least likely to be tainted with pestici

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  3. 12 Ways to Save Money on Food Shopping

    You’re paying more these days not only at the gas pump but also at the grocery store. Blame it on rising oil prices, disappointing crop yields, global warming, or the weak dollar. What it all means is that you need to find smart ways to save. These expert tips and strategies can help you slash your

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  4. Cooking on Back Burners Better for Indoor Air?

    June 1, 2012 -- Researchers say gas stoves can generate lung-irritating levels of nitrogen dioxide and other indoor air pollutants. The good news is that there's an easy fix. A new study shows that turning on the fan and cooking on the back burners can reduce levels of air pollutants by about half.

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  5. Salmonella Outbreak Again Tied to Ohio Hatchery

    May 31, 2012 -- Live chicks and ducklings from an Ohio mail-order hatchery have been linked to salmonella poisoning in 93 people in 23 states, according to the CDC. The agency has joined state and federal health and agriculture officials in the investigation of the salmonella outbreak. So far, 18 pe

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  6. Flame Retardant Found in Some Common Foods

    May 31, 2012 -- A common flame retardant is found in many popular foods, including fish and turkey, according to new research. Researchers tested foods such as meats, fish, and peanut butter. Fifteen of the 36 food samples tested had detectable levels of hexabromocyclododecane, or HBCD, says researc

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  7. Salmonella Concerns Prompt Baby Spinach Recall

    May 24, 2012 -- Taylor Farms Retail Inc. is voluntarily recalling packages of organic baby spinach after a random sampling of the product by the USDA tested positive for salmonella contamination. So far, no one has been sickened by eating the spinach and no problems have been reported. The organic s

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  8. Nationwide Recall of Bagged Salads Expands

    May 21, 2012 -- Various bagged salads, some sold nationwide, are being recalled because of possible contamination with listeria bacteria. The salads range from iceberg lettuce to slaw mix. They are sold under various brand names, including River Ranch, Farm Stand, Hy-Vee, Shurfresh, and The Farmer's

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  9. Coffee May Be Part of the Recipe for a Longer Life

    May 16, 2012 -- Whatever you call it -- joe, java, mud -- it is likely a key way to jump-start your day, and now new research suggests it may also help you live longer. The study, described as the largest of its kind, found that coffee drinkers had a lower risk of death from heart disease, respirato

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  10. Grilled Vegetables Guide

    Cooking vegetables on the grill imparts a delicious smokiness. And if the grill’s already on, why not put some vegetables on too? Here are cooking instructions and seasoning ideas for our favorite vegetables for grilling, but don’t limit yourself to these—grill whatever vegetables you have on hand.

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