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23 February, 2017
Restaurant Fined for Tricking Customers

For the last year and a half customers at a high-end Bay Area restaurant were duped into thinking they were eating fancy fish when they were actually eating tilapia. A suspicious customer finally complained to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's office in early 2016, accusing the restaurant of using the far-cheaper tilapia in its supposed petrale... Read more

20 February, 2017
Parents Unsure If Kids Are Eating Healthy Enough

Even though most American parents believe good nutrition is important for their children, only one-third think they're doing a good job teaching their kids healthy eating habits, a new survey shows."Most parents understand that they should provide healthy food for their children, but the reality of work schedules, children's activities and different... Read more

13 February, 2017
Two Obesity Treatments Using Stomach Balloons Under FDA Warning

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is quite unhappy with fluid-filled balloons that are placed in the stomach to treat obesity. That's because the balloons have been linked to serious complications. The ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System and the Orbera Intragastric Balloon System were both approved by the FDA in 2015. But in a recent warning... Read more

13 February, 2017
Gluten-Free Diets May Cause Increased Exposure To Mercury, Arsenic

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have found that people who eat a gluten-free diet may be exposed to increased levels of arsenic and mercury. According to UPI, exposure to high levels of arsenic and mercury can lead to cardiovascular disease, cancer and neurological effects. In 2015, roughly one-quarter of Americans said they were... Read more

12 January, 2017
Top Foods To Never Microwave

Being shot in Italy, Russia and Georgia, Beyond the Edge sees Banderas' character forced to come to the aid of his son, a master thief with plans to rob a casino. When his son's plans are foiled by an adversary with an identical agenda but seemingly supernatural abilities, the only route to success is to assemble a team with telekinetic, hypnotic and telepathic... Read more

19 November, 2016
Which Part Of The Gingerbread Man Do You Eat First

According to a 2010 analysis by neurologist Dr. Alan Hirsch, if you eat the head of a gingerbread man first before the rest of the cooking, "you're likely a natural-born leader." If you start with the legs, you're sensitive and if you're a creative type, you'll probably start with the left arm first. Pessimist? You'll probably begin with the right arm before... Read more

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