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Dentists 'should dole out diet tips and advice on alcohol intake'
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Dentists 'should dole out diet tips and advice on alcohol intake'

Telegraph.co.uk - November 2, 2017

Dentists should give patients advice about eating more healthily and cutting down an alcohol, while they are carrying out a check-up, a new report suggests.Think-tanks ...

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Sorry, Genetically Engineered 'Diet Bacon' Is Still Not a Thing
Gizmodo, District of Columbia - October 25, 2017

On Monday, Chinese scientists published a paper heralding a truly remarkable feat: Using the genome-editing technique CRISPR, they created 12 healthy pigs with about 24 percent less body fat than usual. The implications of their research is potentially huge

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How Coca-Cola got Americans to drink diet soda again
Washington Post, District of Columbia - October 25, 2017

After a summer makeover, sales of Coke Zero â now called Coke Zero Sugar â are on the rise again. Coca-Cola revamped the popular diet soda in August with sleeker packaging, a new name and an âimprovedâ recipe. And although the ingredient list, which ...

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Researchers Genetically Modify Corn to Increase Nutrition
Voice of America, District of Columbia - October 23, 2017

nutrition - n. the process of eating the right kind of food so you can grow properly and be healthyâ. methionine - n. a sulfur-containing amino acid that is a constituent of most proteins. It is an essential nutrient in the diet of vertebrates

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The eight-hour diet Nicole Kidman swears by
New Zealand Herald, District of Columbia - October 11, 2017

The eight-hour diet is the latest health craze to hit Hollywood and fitness gurus are raving about its benefits. The programme is based on only eating within a window of eight hours per day, and fasting for the other 16 to kick the body into fat burning mode. ...

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Is an Anti-Inflammatory Diet the Best for You?
Health.com, District of Columbia - October 2, 2017

In contrast, research shows that following a more anti-inflammatory style of eating may reduce the risk of heart disease, obesity, and some cancers and may even extend your life, says Frank Hu, MD, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan ...

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