Food - Page 6

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Sweetened Drinks May Damage the Heart

Added sugars raise the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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What’s Your Coffee IQ?

See how much you really know about your good friend joe.

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Sanderson Farms Recalls Half a Million Pounds of Chicken

The company issued the recall after finding metal shavings in some of its products.

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Soft Cheeses and Spreads Recalled for Potential Listeria Contamination

Karoun Dairies ceased production of 15 soft cheeses as a listeriosis outbreak spreads to 9 states.

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3 Healthy Ways to Enjoy Pumpkin This Fall

Including how to make your own pumpkin spice latte.

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6 Surprising Health Facts About Apples

No matter how you slice 'em, apples are one of the healthiest foods you can pick.


How to Make Your Cheeseburger Healthier

Learn how to make your cheeseburger with fewer calories and less risk of food-borne illness with these tips.

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Healthy Cooking for One: Feed Yourself Well When Dining Alone

Cookbook author Joe Yonan shows you how to do it.

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Is Food Truck Food Safe to Eat?

Learn when to indulge — and when to walk away.

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Is Your Leftover Morning Coffee Safe to Drink in the Afternoon?

Experts weigh in on old joe.

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Tainted Cucumbers May Have Sickened Hundreds in 27 States

The cukes, grown in Mexico, are thought to be responsible for hundreds of salmonella infections.


8 “Health Foods” that Aren’t So Healthy

These provide fewer nutrients and/or more sugar and fat than you think.

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Are Your Kids Picky Eaters? Get Them into the Kitchen

For kids who disdain veggies, cooking may be the ticket.

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Preventing Food Waste in Schools

Nearly a quarter of what gets dumped into the garbage can at school cafeterias is food.

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Radioactive Fukushima Tuna? Scientists Say Not to Worry

You’d have to eat 2½ tons of this tuna a year to have a problem, expert says.