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Description Camp customs override selfishness and generosity when foragers divvy up food, a study of East Africa’s Hazda hunter-gatherers shows.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Nobody’s going to hike all day on just a handful of trail mix. And the best way to eat hearty meals in the backcountry is to cook them in freezer bags.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Strategy appears to be an unusual way to get nutrients

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Uber Technologies is in early talks to buy food delivery company Deliveroo, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description TBD

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Why are Britons getting fatter? A recent article in The Guardian blamed sugar-laden processed foods, but is it really that simple?

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Researchers have captured rare footage of something equally amazing and terrifying on a small island in the Indian Ocean. 

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Body organs such as the intestine and ovaries undergo structural changes in response to dietary nutrients that can have lasting impacts on metabolism, as well as cancer susceptibility, according to Carnegie’s Rebecca Obniski, Matthew Sieber, and Allan Spradling. Their work, published by Developme

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description A low carbohydrate diet should be the first line approach to manage patients with type 2 diabetes and 'most likely' prolong lifespan.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Eating a high-gluten diet during pregnancy may increase the risk of children developing type 1 diabetes, scientists have warned.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description Experience the joy of toasting.

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Updated 21 September 2018

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Description To rapidly detect the presence of E. coli in drinking water, Cornell food scientists now can employ a bacteriophage – a genetically engineered virus – in a test used in hard-to-reach areas around the world. Rather than sending water samples to laboratories and waiting days for results, this new t

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description Mediterranean-inspired diet may reduce risk of stroke in women - science news in short

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description Mosquito larvae have been observed ingesting microplastics that can be passed up the food chain, researchers said on Wednesday, potentially uncovering a new way that the polluting particles could damage the environment.

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description "Mindless eating" researcher Brian Wansink resigns amid six new JAMA retractions.

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description The first biannual report to the Oregon Legislature from the Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Coordinating Council concludes that the state needs more monitoring, public awareness and policy direction regarding these emerging ocean conditions. Some Oregonians who make their living from the sea hav

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description In the UK, $10M went to unproven, potentially harmful treatments for desperate patients.

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Updated 20 September 2018

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Description Aquatic mosquito larvae eat plastic in the water and retain it when they become flies – meaning the plastic ends up in the birds that eat mosquitoes

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Updated 19 September 2018

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Description Apple recently launched its next generation iPhones -- iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. At the time of the launch the company announced that both the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max will go on pre-order starting September 21.

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Updated 19 September 2018

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Description You don’t simply walk into Addo; you need a ticket. And that ticket might grant you access to a $15 spaghetti night or $140 12-course meal, depending on the day. What started as two-person dinners in chef Eric Rivera’s home has grown to two locations in Seattle, Washington. At a recent Spoon food tech event, Rivera and Modernist Cuisine’s technical director, Scott Heimendinger, spoke with Spoon’s Michael Wolf about the future of restaurants.

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Updated 18 September 2018

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Description For many people, drinking coffee is such an essential part of their morning routine that they don't feel awake until they've had that morning pick-me-up. If you brew your coffee at home and you don't clean your machine, you could be drinking mold, yeast, and other bacteria. Here's how to clean your coffee maker.

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Updated 17 September 2018

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Description Like most people, I’ve tried (and failed) at a bunch of different diets. I’ve done everything from Weight Watchers to the Ketogenic diet, and while they’ve all helped me shed a few pounds in the short term, I’ve never managed to stick with any of them. More often than not, the diet du-jour ends up being a temporary change that only lasts a few months, rather than becoming a permanent part of my lifestyle. But when I completely made up heard about the new Flamethrower Diet that’s been taking the world by storm, I knew I had found something special. For those of you who aren’t hip and in-the-know, the Flamethrower Diet is the hottest new nutrition trend from Silicon Valley. Rather than forcing you to cut carbs or count calories, this diet gives you the freedom and flexibility to eat whatever you want, whenever you want — as long as it can be cooked with The Boring Company’s new Not-A-Flamethrower. Sounds crazy, right? I know — I was skeptical at first too, but after you read into it a bit, you’ll realize the logic behind this diet is bulletproof. Think about it: Our ancestors cooked all their food over open flames, right? And do you know how many obese cavemen there were? Do you know how many Paeleolithic-era hominids were diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or non-celiac gluten intolerance? None! Not a single one!

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Updated 16 September 2018