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Before You Ever Buy Bread Again...Read This! (And Find The Healthiest Bread On The Market)

Yes, I eat bread.<p>It’s time to address the many questions I get about one of most wonderful and satisfying foods on earth – Bread! I don’t want to …

How to Buy Safe Seafood

Fish generally ends up on our dinner table once or twice a week. Salmon is a family favorite with other types of fish being hit or miss. About a year …

Foods To Avoid When The Government Shuts Down

There's no time like a furlough to think about where your food comes from.<p>Even if the government was fully functional, you could justify avoiding these imported foods because they're notoriously filthy (and the FDA has the manpower to inspect only less than 2% of imports when it's up and running). …

Another Study Determines Restaurant Ice Machines Contain More Bacteria Than Toilet Water

Uh-oh: The <i>Daily Mail</i> collected ice from ten fast-food franchises — McDonald’s, Burger King, and Starbucks among them — and determined that in six out …

Running for Beginners: FAQs

Run your way to a better body with these beginner tips from Runner's World<p><b>How do I get started?</b>Start walking for a length of time that feels comfortable--anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. Once you can walk for 30 minutes easily, sprinkle 1- to 2-minute running sessions into your walking. As time goes …

Rise in obesity poses 'dementia time bomb'

<b>Ever-growing waistlines could result in a big increase in the number of people who develop dementia in the future, researchers have warned.</b><p>Previous studies have shown that being overweight in middle age increases the odds of developing the mental disorder.<p>Data presented at the European Congress on …

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Food ads fire up the teenage brain

<b>U. MICHIGAN (US) —</b> Watching TV commercials of people munching on French fries or cereal resonates more with teens than advertisements about cell …

The Brain