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VIDEO: How Much Nutrition Knowledge Does the Average Doctor Have?

Think family doctors are experts on what to eat? Get the surprising scoop on what training and nutrition knowledge most doctors receive in medical school and why.

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Watch Out: Coca Cola Paying Celebrity Chefs To Endorse Their Drinks

After experiencing disappointing soda sales figures recently, Coca Cola is now paying celebrity chefs to promote ‘Serve with Coca Cola’ to drive the point across. So watch out, the one beverage that is considered the worst for your health, is getting more endorsements coming to your favorite cooking show.

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Kellogg’s Spent Millions in Efforts to Censor Sugar Warnings On Cereals

Kellogg’s has been attacked many times for putting too much sugar in its breakfast cereals advertised to children. A new report reveals how the conglomerate and other large companies have spent millions to undermine policies to curb sugar levels in foods.

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Got Eggs? How Our Gut Bacteria Can Use Them to Accelerate Cancer Growth

Animal foods have long been associated with increased cancer risks, but further research has found that particularly egg consumption is associated with elevated cancer risk. The reason may be the TMAO, considered the smoking gun of microbiome-disease interactions.

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Food Safety: Frozen Hash Brown Potatoes Recalled Due To Golf Balls

Food manufacturer McCain Foods USA Inc. is recalling frozen hash brown products that may be contaminated with extraneous golf ball materials. Food safety in America is declining and becoming more dangerous to eat processed foods.

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Alarming Study: More Young People Having Strokes

A growing number of younger U.S. adults are being hospitalized for strokes, and a new study suggests that’s at least in part because more of them have risk factors like high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

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Is It Better to More Fruits and Veggies or Less Junk?

It may be politically more expedient to promote an increase in consumption of healthy items rather than a decrease in consumption of unhealthy items, but does it work?

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