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Bacteria from baby poop helps make healthy sausages

Researchers say that there is a trick that may make sausage healthier and more delicious. That trick is to use bacteria from baby poop.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Review: The marketing of gluten-free products

Research from Global Industry Analysts projects that the worldwide baked goods industry could top $310 billion by 2015. Many attribute the rise in sales to lifestyle changes.
In the Media by Jenna Cyprus - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Walking actually provides better health benefits than running

We would think that running uses much more energy when compared to walking. So from a logical standpoint running should provide better health benefits. Well think again!
In the Media by Jonathan Lam - 5 comments

Spain is officially healthiest country to live in Europe

Despite its economic problems, Spain is still the healthiest place to live in Europe, and possibly the world, according to the medical journal Lancet, with an average of 70.9 years of healthy living, and a life expectancy of 81.4 years.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Viva-Lite, long live healthy lighting

With the phasing out of traditional incandescent light bulbs all over the world, many people are looking into what the more eco-friendly alternative will be like. One of these options may not only be better for your wallet, but for your health as well.
In the Media by Emma Burge

Seniors get their groove back with hip hop

Jackson - Who says life stops after 50? These seniors are dancing their way to good health with a customized version of hip hop movement.
In the Media by Forstine Carter - 3 comments

The healing power of pets

Owning a pet can save your life. At the least they can provide many health benefits. Some animals can sense or smell an illness. Others just plain promote well being and thus keep the owner healthy.
In the Media by Sara Star - 1 comment

Fried butter offers creamy taste with a side effect

Foodies, don't forget to check out the sweet new treat -- deep-fried butter -- if you are going to the State Fair of Texas later this month.
In the Media by Wang Fangqing

Placenta as food in southern China?

People in southern China are notorious for their willingness to taste almost everything under the name of so-called Chinese medicine theory. Now, after bear bile, snakes and frogs,eating placenta has become a new trend.
In the Media by Wang Fangqing - 10 comments

A good year for those sweet blueberries

With cooler than normal temperatures this year both Mich. and Mass. have a crop of blueberries that are plump and sweet. They are abundant in the grocery stores, fruit markets or roadside stands. Many places you can pick them yourself.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 8 comments

Drink to Your Health with Green Tea

If you were to ask people around the world to name activities commonly associated with the English, chances are drinking tea would figure quite highly on the list. And if recent research is anything to go by it might be one activity worth imitating.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 5 comments

Study: Social Networks Good for Business

Businesses worried that employees on social networks cost them with loss in productivity should be thankful for a new study. A British think tank has found that social networking actually helps businesses and employees in getting more customers.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham

Scottish Santa Slimming Down

A Health conscious Santa in Scotland is refusing to put a pillow under his red coat, claiming that the fat suit encourages child obesity. And that as a role model, Santa should not appear fat any more.
In the Media by Oliver VanDervoort - 10 comments

Fighting Obesity by Exposing the Food Industry

The restaurant business has been protected by law from divulging its food's nutritional value for years. Despite the almost CIA-like secretiveness behind recipes, a study of popular foods has unmasked what is really in our food.
In the Media by Samantha A. Torrence - 30 comments

How Much Booze Is Good For You?

University of Missouri researchers claim light drinking helps heart’s health, but more drinking beyond that becomes harmful. They recommend one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 5 comments

Blue Corn Tortilla Packs Healthy Punch

Mexican Researchers say blue corn tortilla has less starch, more protein than white corn tortilla. They found blue corn tortilla has 20% more protein content than white corn tortilla variety.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 12 comments

Yes, Coffee Really Can be Good for You

Coffee is really good for you in most cases.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 12 comments

Is your Keyboard healthy?

How to keep your keyboard healthy for a long time?
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 12 comments

Guess What? Pizza is Good for You!

Well maybe not the average slice that you buy at the pizza restaurant, but chemists at Maryland are out to prove that they can make it a healthy choice.
In the Media by Kyle Pallanik - 2 comments

Stay Active and Live a Healthy Lifestyle with a Solid Foundation

Onthe occasion of national Athletic Training month foot levelers world's exclusive provider of custom made spinal pelvic stabilizers,orthotics in shoes encourages everyone to stay active and live a healthy life
In the Media by sibananda - 2 comments

ABC's of Healthy Shopping for Teens

Obesity is one of the main factor affecting health of the people hence affecting the economic growth. To curb it government is spending good amount of money putting pressure on national exchequer. Young teens should be made aware of healthy eating habit
In the Media by sibananda - 1 comment

Designing 'healthy' babies

Are we headed down that slippery slope toward eugenic practices and policies? Do we have the right to 'improve' upon upon the human species? Or are scientists just trying to play God?
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 13 comments

Suzuki meets with Mayor Miller

"Toronto residents should be able to find out what chemicals and pollutants they're breathing on a daily basis, says renowned environmentalist David Suzuki.
In the Media by Lemery - 11 comments

How to Make a "Ghetto" Big Mac

The lengths some will go to, just to save a dollar!
In the Media by americangeiko - 2 comments

More students shun cafeteria junk food

This is great news. More and more schools are adopting the healthier lifestyle and phasing out the french fries and other junk food.
In the Media by Sheba - 5 comments

Not making the grade when it comes to heath at Canada's schools

According to a Globe and Mail survey, the first of its kind in Canada, our schools aren't as healthy as they should be.
In the Media by tdotcspot - 4 comments

McDonald's forced to shut from lack of patronage in healthy town

The unthinkable has happened. McDonalds is forced to shut shop in a town that is well aware of its fattening food. Tavistock, Devon won the title of Best Food Town in the South West and is extremely conscious of its eating habits.
In the Media by Patrix - 5 comments

Bosses Push Employees To Be Healthy

Many companies are starting to sound like moms: They're pushing employees to eat their vegetables and go outside and play. And they're not being gentle about it.
In the Media by Andrew Majewski - 1 comment

A cup of confusion: Is coffee healthy or not?

New studies suggest java helps protect against major diseases
In the Media by greger69 - 1 comment

New Tools To Help You Make Healthy Food Choices

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) in HHS's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced the availability of two new learning tools to help consumers use the Nutrition Facts
In the Media by bulanjing - 1 comment
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