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5 feb

Switch to Healthy Diet ‘Delightful’

Aug. 13, 2001 — Lanier Clance grew up eating fricasseed chicken, and vegetables cooked in pork fat. It’s still the classic eat less of the South — but not in Clance’s Atlanta kitchen. Congestive heart malady at age 50 persuaded Clance to change his ways. Now 62, he says that exchanging to a solid diet […]

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5 feb

Bottled Water Debate Splashes Congress

Sept. 10, 2008 — Natural and shopper groups are urging closer examination of bottled water. The groups say Americans are wasting billions of dollars whereas causing environmental damage — and adding few health benefits. The calls come as Congress begins to consider stricter names that caution shoppers around the source and potential natural impact of […]

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5 feb

Eat More, Lose More Weight

June 8, 2007 — Corpulent women on a low-fat count calories lose weight, but they lose more if they eat more low-calorie-density natural products, veggies, and soups. The finding comes from a year-long ponder based on the standards of the “Volumetrics” diet proposed by Penn State College analyst Barbara J. Rolls, PhD. Customer Reports as […]

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5 feb

Pillsbury Flour Recalled Over Salmonella Fears

Walk 11, 2019 — Publix, Winn-Dixie, and Meijer basic supply stores are caution customers not to eat certain parts of Pillsbury Best Unbleached All Purpose Flour because it may be sullied with salmonella bacteria. So far, no sicknesses linked to the flour have been detailed. The reviewed 5-pound bags carry a “Best in case Utilized […]

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5 feb

Going Golfing? Walking Instead of Riding Is Best for the Body

Oct. 11, 2000 — The another time you’re ready to tee off, consider the comes about of a new consider. Walking the golf course has numerous wellbeing benefits for middle-aged grown-ups, agreeing to a recent report within the American Journal of Medicine. But in case you choose to swear off the cart, it’s a good […]

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5 feb

Association Between Head CT Scans and Cataracts Disputed

Jan. 27, 2000 (Lake Worth, Fla.) — Opposite to previous discoveries, unused research appears that having computed tomography (CT) scans — a type of X-ray that’s used to evaluate the head for conceivable maladies — does not increase a person’s hazard of developing cataracts. The chance of creating cataracts, a clouding of the normal lens […]

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