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Just what is in that chicken nugget?

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Stand-up comedians have long joked that some things, like the actual components of chicken nuggets, are better left mysterious. Recently, Mississippi researchers found out why: two nuggets they examined consisted of 50 percent or less … Continue reading

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5 Health Benefits of Beards (Yes, Beards)

This beard could have unique health benefitsAre the hipsters on to something? Charles Darwin first noted an evolutionary explanation of beards in “The Descent of Man,” in which he hypothesized that the process of sexual selection may have led to … Continue reading

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4 Surprising Reasons to Eat More Garlic

Garlic is more than a culinary mainstay that can add flavor to meals; it is a natural, traditional medicine that has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Research indicates regular consumption of garlic may: Alter how cholesterol is metabolized in the … Continue reading

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75% of ALL Honey Bought at the Supermarket Isn’t Real Honey

75% of ALL Honey Bought at the Supermarket Isn’t Real Honey.

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Save your life: Eat tomatoes and mozzarella! Mediterranean diet for heart health gains momentum!

By Elizabeth O’Brien Here’s a sandwich for members of the sandwich generation: A whole-wheat baguette topped with fresh mozzarella cheese, arugula, a slice of ripe tomato and a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil. Eat one regularly—instead of, say, a cheeseburger—and … Continue reading

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This Mineral Could Save Your Life

Day in Health by Lisa Collier Cool   Up to 80 percent of Americans are jeopardizing their health by failing to get the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of a mineral that protects against heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, stroke, and other … Continue reading

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New Study Finds a Cure for Gray Hair—Finally

It sounds too good to be true. An April 2013 study will no doubt leave the hair dye industry seeing red.  According to a joint group of researchers at Germany’s Institute for Pigmentary Disorders at E.M. Arndt University of Greifswald … Continue reading

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Cocktail Confidential: How Many Calories are Really in Your Favorite Drinks?

Liquor labels are a mishmash of confusing regulations and information. Wine and hard liquors list alcohol content, but it is not mandatory for beer. And while “light” beer and low-alcohol wines list calories, regular beer, wine, and hard liquors generally … Continue reading

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Snacks versus weight loss

Americans love to snack almost as much as we want to lose weight. But according to recent research by the USDA, our snacking habits are adding too many calories and too few nutrients to our diets. It doesn’t have to … Continue reading

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Left-Handedness Stumps Science

  By Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer | LiveScience.com – 3 hrs ago   Handprints from ancient cave painters …   They make up a stable fraction of the population, yet their presence is often invisible: left-handers.   Yet despite decades of research, … Continue reading

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