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Nutrition

Featured Video: A Tribute to Yoga and Healthy Bones

A Tribute to Yoga and Healthy Bones http://yogadork.com – http://www.niams.nih.gov The rad (short for radiological) folks at Hybrid Medical Animation have developed an incredibly neato way to see how our leg bones are connected to our hip bones, making it animatedly awesome...
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Subway Sandwiches Takes Chemical Out of Bread After Protest

Source: ABCnews.com Subway said today it is removing a chemical used in yoga mats and shoe soles from the bread of it its popular sandwiches after a food blogger got more than 50,000 signatures in a petition drive. “The complete conversion to have this product out of the...
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Nutrition company to reintroduce formula for rare food allergies

Source: Omaha.com Soon, Jamus Hovseth will eat breakfast without getting sick, have lunch without throwing a temper tantrum, and enjoy an afternoon snack without throwing up. The 3-year-old Omaha boy suffers from a rare condition in which essentially all food makes him sick, and...
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I was into health food before it was cool

By Jennifer Berman, New York Times.com I was into health food before it was cool. There were only two other people I knew who frequented my neighborhood health food store in the late ’80s: an emaciated man with a gray ponytail and a woman with a surprising amount of underarm...
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Featured Video: Nutrition Tips From the NBA’s Miami Heat (with an "Assist" From First Lady Michelle Obama)

Let’s Move.gov: Fighting Childhood Obesity With Diet and Excercise Over the past three decades, childhood obesity rates in America have tripled, and today, nearly one in three children in America are overweight or obese. The numbers are even higher in African American and...
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My Anorexic 9-year-old

Source: Salon.com My 9-year-old daughter was starving herself to death. And somehow, God forgive me, I didn’t notice until it was almost too late. We were busy running from soccer to swim lessons to play dates. But that’s no excuse. The mere idea of a fourth-grader becoming...
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