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Moderate chocolate intake may cut risk of diabetes mellitus

Thursday July 2, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in clinical Nutrition suggests that eating a moderate amount of chocolate may help reduce the risk

Healthy Recipes: Warm Quinoa and Walnut Salad

Warm up with this plant-based, protein-packed salad that features warm quinoa and crunchy walnuts. Considered a grain, quinoa is actually a seed that¹s high in
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Panel Recommends Booster Shot for Meningitis

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices advised that teenagers 16 and older should receive a booster vaccine for meningococcal meningitis.The current vaccine does not offer
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Surgical Mishaps Still a Problem

According to a recent study by the Joint Commission, hospital errors pertaining to wrong patient and wrong site surgeries are still a problem, even 6
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Trans fat but not saturated fat may cause heart disease, diabetes mellitus

Thursday June 25, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- Abbi Lane-Cordova from University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, United States and colleagues published a study in The
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Healthy Recipes:Crusted Cod with Hot Paprika

from the American Institute for Cancer Research Add some healthy zest to your menu with this unique fish dish. The spicy crispy crust offers a nice
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Jenn Sterger moves on after Brett Favre scandal

by Aimee Keenan-GreeneFormer New York Jets game hostess Jenn Sterger is making news again, heating up the airwaves on ABC's Nightline and Good Morning America,  and sparking a hot Google
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You've heard the news by now

  Monsanto: You Can Run But You Can't Hide! Dear Organic Consumer, You’ve heard the news by now.  Monsanto is trying to buy up fellow poison-maker Syngenta, in a
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Want to Look Younger? Take This Simple Supplement Every Day for 2 Weeks

Posted By Dr. Mercola | May 25 2011 By Dr. Mercola Sunscreen in a pill? Prevention of wrinkles, dry skin, age spots and freckles? Reversing the visible signs of aging? If you
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