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Description According to a new study, caffeine doesn't have an effect on weight loss.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description The Florida Department of Health said that the oyster was contaminated with the bacteria Vibrio vulnificus, which can cause severe and potentially fatal illness from flesh-eating disease, necrotizing fasciitis. People get infected by eating raw seafood or wading in salty water with open cuts.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Getting enough of the good kinds of fat in your diet can help you stay trim and energized. Here are 14 foods with the healthiest fats we know of, and the science behind why they're good for you.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description According to an Italian study of 323 men, drinking moderate amounts of alcohol — between four and seven units a week — could improve sperm count and increase male fertility.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Do you find that just the smell of your coffee is enough to perk you up in the mornings? You might not be imagining it, because a new study into the effects of the aroma of coffee has found that it can sharpen the brain in certain circumstances.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description The question of how alcohol affects male fertility is a controversial one, with the general consensus being that for men wanting to procreate, the less you drink the better. But a new study suggests that moderate consumption is better than minimal consumption - as long as you don't get too carried away. Researchers

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description The ride-hailing company partners with Cargo. Now drivers can hawk eats through a vending machine.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description UNSW Sydney researchers presenting at the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Conferencein Sydney, 2018 highlighted evidence that suggest changes to a mother’s microbiome, or gut health, brought on by obesity or a high fat diet during pregnancy can be transferred to the microbiome of her off

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description A new study makes some alarming claims about a relationship between cured meat consumption and bipolar mania, but a lot more research is necessary.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description Fast-food wages began rising in 2014, and have been increasing faster than overall wages.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description A simple instruction to change your thinking as mealtime approaches can help cut calories, according to new research from the University of Tübingen, Germany. By encouraging study participants to concentrate on different types of information when planning their meal, the experimenters saw portion sizes shift. Adopting a health-focused mindset produced better outcomes than focusing on pleasure or the desire to fill up.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description The sun is actually shining here in Cambridge, and with it, summer-themed Raspberry Pi projects are sprouting like mushrooms across our UK-based community (even though mushrooms don’t like hot weather…). So we thought we’d gather some of our favourite Pi-powered projects perfect for the sun-drenched

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description The Mediterranean diet includes unprocessed foods like fruits, fish, nuts, and whole grains. The eating plan doesn’t cut entire food groups, and the benefits can include reducing the chances heart disease and preventing cognitive decline. Here's what happened when I tried the diet for a week.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Individuals who eat dinner before 9:00 p.m. or wait at least two hours after finishing dinner before going to bed have about a 26 percent lower risk of developing prostate cancer and a 16 percent lower risk for breast cancer, versus those who eat after 10:00 p.m. or go to bed soon after finishing their last meal of the day.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description The bread—and the oven that baked it—predate farming by at least 4,000 years.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description If you are going to run regularly, it's essential to learn how to eat and hydrate properly. Before each run, it's important to eat right to make sure you have enough energy. After running, the right meal will help your muscles recover and build up stronger.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Food tastes good, fuels our bodies, and gives us a great excuse to bond with friends and family. But food's importance makes it a minefield for misleading and sometimes hysterically false claims. So we've rounded up and corrected dozens of food "facts" in a list.

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description When grape harvesters at a German winery mysteriously fell ill with "rabbit fever," a rare bacterial illness, one question in particular stood out: How did they get sick?

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description The food is apparently prepared 12 hours — or even days — before departure.

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Updated 15 July 2018

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Description The man came into contact with the bacteria on a crabbing trip.  

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Updated 15 July 2018

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Description The food offered locally in Oregon ranks as the seventh-best in the US. The "locavores" of Oregon have access to an exceptional variety of local foods, to the point where the comedy series "Portlandia" made a sketch out of it. Research shows that eating locally is more popular than you think.

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Updated 14 July 2018

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Description Include oranges as a regular part of your diet, and your chances of developing macular degeneration – a particularly nasty form of sight loss – could be reduced by as much as 60 percent, according to a new study spanning 15 years.

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Updated 14 July 2018

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Description The World Health Organization has now officially declared bacon to be just as dangerous to human health as tobacco cigarette smoking. WHO has made the decision to declare all processed meats "carcinogenic to humans," and that's not a good thing.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description Close watchers of this year's World Cup may have noticed players engaging in an odd practice: They'll take a swig of liquid, but instead of swallowing, they'll spit it out.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description When it comes to the “smell test,” the nose isn’t always the best judge of food quality. Now in a study appearing in ACS’ journal Nano Letters, scientists report that they have developed a wireless tagging device that can send signals to smartphones warning consumers and food distributors when meat

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description It's easy to fall victim to marketing slogans that use words like "diet," "lean," and "low-fat." These words, however, are often just masking an unhealthy treat. Here are 13 foods that advertise as diet-friendly but aren't.

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Updated 13 July 2018