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Nutrition is Iowa's next frontier in college football development's ...


Nutrition is Iowa's next frontier in college football development's ...
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The NCAA's rule change allowing unlimited meals and snacks for Division I student-athletes has skyrocketed Iowa and Iowa State's spending since 2014.

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Care2.com, California - August 5, 2017

In a study published in the online medical journal BioMed Central, researchers found that both parents’ diets prior to conception, and a woman’s pregnancy diet, can affect their children’s risk for breast cancer later in life. In this study researchers assessed ...

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Colon Cancer-Driven Stem Cells Linked to High-Fat Diet
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News - July 7, 2017

Scientists in the U.S. have identified a molecular pathway that appears to play a key role in the link between a high-fat diet (HFD) and the development of colorectal cancer. The research, led by the Cleveland Clinic’s Sheerlarani Karunanithi, and Matthew Kalady ...

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Good diet to avoid osteoporosis
The Hippocratic Post (blog) - April 13, 2017

The survey also showed that under 25s are much more likely than any other age group to be following health, diet or nutrition bloggers on social media. This has led to concern over the influence the fad eating regimes promoted on social media are having on teenagers ...

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Hands-on semester abroad in Italy solidifies academic path for ASU nutrition major
Arizona State University, Arizona - May 4, 2017

Maggie Matzinger, a College of Health Solutions nutrition major at Arizona State University, has just completed her semester in Perugia, Italy where she participated in the Food and Sustainability Studies Program (FSSP) offered by the Umbra Institute, an American ...

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Will Hospitals Ban Meat? AMA Emphasizes the Plant-Based Diet
Organic Authority - July 4, 2017

Last December, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the largest group of nutritionists, called the vegan diet âappropriate for all stages of the life cycle,â including pregnancy and childhood.Catherine Saint Louis wrote in the New York Timesâ Ask Well last ...

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