Your manliness could be hurting the planet

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How Aerobic Exercise Decreases Your Heart Disease and Stroke Risk

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Description of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise and high-intensity aerobic exercise and the American Heart Association guidelines involving them to decrease cholesterol, hypertension, heart disease, and stroke risk.

High-fat Mediterranean diet does not cause weight gain, study finds

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Guardian News

Those in the study who ate an unrestricted-calorie Mediterranean diet with added extra virgin olive oil lost the most weight. Photograph: moodboard/Alamy Read more

Mysterious Marijuana-Related Illness Popping Up In Emergency Rooms

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TheHuffingtonPost

Jan 09, 2017

The vomiting illness is increasing in states with legal pot.

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New Peanut Allergy Guidance: Most Kids Should Try Peanuts

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nbcnews

New peanut allergy guidelines: Even high-risk kids high risk should try them, experts say

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The Best Soaked Oatmeal Recipe

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Can One Scientist Undo Wheat’s Destroyed Taste and Nutritional Value?

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The New York Times

Bread Is Broken

Industrial production destroyed both the taste and the nutritional
value of wheat. One scientist believes he can undo the damage.

On the morning of July 13, like most mornings, Stephen Jones’s laboratory in Mount Vernon, Wash., was suffused with the thick warm smell of baking bread. Jones walked me around the floor, explaining the layout. A long counter split the space down the middle. To the right was what Jones called ‘‘the science part,’’ a cluster of high-tech equipment designed to evaluate grain, flour and dough. Jones, who is 58 and stands a daunting 6 foot 5, calls to mind a lovably geeky high-school teacher. He wore dungarees, a plaid shirt, a baseball cap and a warm, slightly goofy smile. Two pairs of eyeglasses dangling from his neck jostled gently as he gesticulated, describing the esoteric gadgetry surrounding us. The 600-square-foot room, known as the Bread Lab, serves as a headquarters for Jones’s project to reinvent the most important food in history.

Industrial production destroyed both the taste and the nutritional value of wheat. One scientist believes he can undo the damage. From left: BSQT 3347 club wheat, perennial breeding line DdW 1933, Edison hard white spring, Red Russian historical wheat, Skagit club wheat breeding line, Skagit 4325 breeding line. Credit Kenji Aoki

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The Best Green Smoothie Recipe

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Clinicians Embrace 3D Printers to Solve Unique Clinical Challenges

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For a young child with epilepsy, the daily chore of taking pills can be difficult, but the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) August approval of a 3D-printed quick-dissolving version of levetiracetam may ease that burden.

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Joe Vela/Shriners Hospitals for Children – Houston

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Ghee – 6 reasons why experts recommend eating it every day!

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TheHealthSite.com

Do you think ghee is bad for your health? Here are facts which will make you feel otherwise.

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