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Do kids really prefer sugary cereals for breakfast?

By Aimee Keenan-Greene   A spoonful of sugar may not be needed when it comes to getting kids to eat breakfast cereals.A new study in today's journal Pediatrics says

Sensible Eating Over the Holidays

Sensible Eating Over the Holidays A few of those not-so-nutritious treats now and then are OK in your holiday diet. Eating perfectly is really difficult any ...
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Insulated Lunch Box Sets, Better All the Time, at Laptop Lunches (PR)

New Laptop Lunches bento lunch kits and insulated lunch totes are fun, fashionable, and available for purchase now at www.laptoplunches.com SANTA CRUZ, CA – July 23, 2010 ...
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Underage Drinking Sends More Teens to Hospital on Fourth of July

Underage drinking during the Fourth of July Holiday weekend sent  more teens to hospital emergency department, according to a government report released on July 1. The ...
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Pro-anorexia websites draw researchers' attention

U.S. researchers published a report in the June 17, 2010 issue of American Journal of Public Health saying about 180 websites actively encourage, support and ...
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Xtreme List Targets Restaurants

We’ve heard it all before; Americans eat too much.  While many of us have already heard this grim news ad infinitum, the Center for Science ...
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Jose Andres Restaurants

Jose Andres, a famous Spanish chef, along with thinkfoodgroup own a number of restaurants or eateries including Jaleo, Zaytunya, Oyamel, Cafe Atlantico and the critically ...
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Binge Drinking

CDC-TV has released a new online video that explores the health risks of binge drinking and discusses effective community strategies to prevent it. BINGE DRINKING is ...
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Does Eating More Frequent Meals Really Rev Up Your Metabolism?

Posted by Dr. Mercola | April 13 2010 The notion behind eating smaller, more frequent meals is simple -- the notion is that spreading out your ...
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Drinking alcohol common among American youth

  A study released Thursday by the federal government says that 27.6 percent of American youth aged 12 to 20 reported they drank alcohol in the ...
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