Food Science

    It’s popular wisdom that college students put on 10 or 15 pounds their first year of school, a phenomenon often dubbed “the freshman 15.” But new research suggests that the notion of early college weight gain is a myth. Most people gain between 2 and 3 pounds in the year after high school, […]

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The study found that 10 percent of the sampled juices contained arsenic levels higher than the 10 parts per billion regulation for drinking water set by the Food and Drug Administration, according to a FOX News analysis of the results. Researchers measured 88 samples of apple and grape juices from New York, New Jersey and […]

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(Health.com) — Cardiologists and other doctors already view artery-clogging red meat as a villain, and they now have another reason to urge their patients to steer clear: A new study has found that men have a higher risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer if they consume a lot of ground beef and other red meat […]

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