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Allergies: From Bee Stings to Peanuts 07/05/2010

Allergies: From Bee Stings to Peanuts

The bee sting hurt so much that I stopped my bike just to yelp. I checked the swelling on my thigh to make sure the stinger was gone. Then I kept on biking.
About 15 minutes later, my ears and armpits started to itch like crazy.


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A Taste for Cheese 07/05/2010

A Taste for Cheese

Chances are you love cheese. You might put cheddar on your crackers, Swiss on your sandwiches, or melted Colby on your hamburgers. You probably go gaga over a bowl of gooey mac and cheese and nuts over cheesy nachos. You eat pizza any chance you get.


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A Pepper Part that Burns Fat 07/05/2010

A Pepper Part that Burns Fat

Diet fads come and go, but in the end, there’s really only one rule for losing weight: Burn more energy than you consume. In April, scientists from California reported on a chemical that might help people burn fat.


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In Search of the Perfect French Fry 07/05/2010

In Search of the Perfect French Fry

The perfect French fry means different things to different people. You might like them McDonald's-style: straight, skinny, and golden brown. But you probably know people who like the spicy kind that twist around like corkscrews.


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How Super Are Superfruits? 07/05/2010

How Super Are Superfruits?

You've probably been told a million times to eat your fruits and vegetables. If you live in the United States, that recommendation probably makes you think of apples, bananas, carrots, and broccoli.


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Healing Honey 07/05/2010

Healing Honey

Coughs, sniffles, sneezes, runny noses: Colds and other nasty lung infections are especially common in winter. To fight the misery, many people swallow syrups and pills that claim to clear stuffy noses, soothe sore throats, stifle coughs, etc.


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Food for Life 07/05/2010

Food for Life

A hamburger or a salad? A baked potato or French fries? A milkshake or orange juice? A candy bar or an apple? We have to make choices about what we eat every day.


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Eat Out, Eat Smart 07/05/2010

Eat Out, Eat Smart

Eating out forces you to make some important decisions: Do you want french fries or onion rings? Ranch dressing or vinaigrette? Ice cream or cheesecake?


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Chocolate Rules 07/05/2010

Chocolate Rules

For a lot of people, there's no better taste combo than chocolate and nuts. For food scientists, though, this combination is a major headache.


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Chew for Health 07/05/2010

Chew for Health

Most schools ban chewing gum, but in a few years they might consider changing that rule. Why? Scientists are finding evidence that gum chewing may be good for your health. It may even help boost your test scores.


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