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Nutrition

Princeton University: Donating Food From Campus Dining Halls

Source: Princeton University News If you step into a dining hall any day on Princeton’s campus, you’re presented with a vast array of cuisines from around the world. Though portions are carefully calculated, some food goes untouched at the end of meal periods. While Campus Dining...
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Linwood: Empty Bowls event raises $3,000 to Feed The Hungry

Source: Shore News Today The soup was on Sunday at the Empty Bowls fundraiser at Seaview Elementary School, and the money collected will help feed hungry children and families throughout the area. Hundreds of people came to buy a handmade clay bowl and taste soup from 26...
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New year brings new breastfeeding civil rights protections to New Jersey working women

Source: Press Of Atlantic City The new year began with a win for working women in New Jersey as new and strengthened protections for breastfeeding mothers were signed into law: it would be a violation for a working woman to be fired or discriminated against for taking that time...
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Woo Alert: “Raw Water,” the latest pseudo-scientific craze

Sources: The Young Turks; TheVerge.com Proponents of drinking unfiltered, untreated, and expensive “raw” water that comes straight out of the ground claim that its health benefits include naturally occurring minerals and microbes. But the reality of inadequately treated water...
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Boosting Testosterone Naturally

Source: Positive Health Wellness.com; WebMD.com; WiseGeek Health.com; JustGetFlux.com What do broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, and bok choy have in common? They’re all members of the cruciferous, or cabbage, family of vegetables. And they all contain...
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Cherry Valley Cooperative Farm integrates nature, community farming into ecological-sensitive entity

The Cherry Valley Cooperative Farm is approximately a year old. Its creators were fortunate to find a potential owner who was interested in supporting their plan to create a community-based food hub supplying both local restaurants and residents with fresh, local food – but also...
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