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Feed a Cold, Starve A Fever? What to Eat When You're Sick

Feed a Cold, Starve A Fever? What to Eat When You're Sick

19 minutes ago   |   Mark's Daily Apple

Cold? Flu? Tummy troubles? I know that I don't have time to be sick, and I'm sure you don't either. Luckily I don't get sick very often anymore, but back in my competitive...
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Big Glyphosate Free Giveaway - Win $4,000 in Products Tested for Glyphosate 3x a Year!

Big Glyphosate Free Giveaway - Win $4,000 in Products Tested for Glyphosate 3x a Year!

3 hours ago   |   Mamavation

Are you concerned about the amount of toxic glyphosate found in your food and personal care products? If you find yourself concerned about the amount of glyphosate found in...
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Climate hysteria: They must destroy our food supply to force us to eat bugs and bodies

Climate hysteria: They must destroy our food supply to force us to eat bugs and bodies

5 hours ago   |   Natural News

One absolutely has to wonder if in today's world where major "news" outlets are pushing people to eat bugs, and discussing if "now" is the time to become cannibals again, if...
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Grass pollen concentrations associated with food reactivity, eczema flares in children

Grass pollen concentrations associated with food reactivity, eczema flares in children

7 hours ago   |   Healio

Increases in concentrations of grass pollen were associated with increases in risk for food skin prick test reactivity and eczema flares in children, according to a study...
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How Many Calories Are in Starbucks Syrups and Sauces?

How Many Calories Are in Starbucks Syrups and Sauces?

9 hours ago   |   PopSugar

Whether you're a secret drinks fan, into something aesthetically pleasing to sip on, or want a cold coffee with a kick , Starbucks is here for you. If you're eating with a...
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FOOD DESTRUCTION: Canadian farmer forced to dump 30K liters of milk amid surging dairy prices

FOOD DESTRUCTION: Canadian farmer forced to dump 30K liters of milk amid surging dairy prices

11 hours ago   |   Natural News

A farmer in Canada's Ontario province was forced to dump 30,000 liters of milk from his own farm as dairy prices in the country soared due to inflation. In a video posted on...
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Switching up salsas for the Super Bowl: 3 recipes with fruit

12 hours ago   |   ABC News

Certain foods are inextricably linked with game day parties
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Swiss audit finds massive problems; some inspections a decade late

19 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Some inspections of businesses are not being carried out at the correct frequency, according to the Swiss Federal Audit Office. Auditors found national authorities in...
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WHO organizes follow-up workshop in Western Balkans

19 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Countries in the Western Balkans have been told more about how to use an international food safety network. A two-day workshop, organized by the World Health Organization's...
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FDA steps up enforcement efforts on imported food including cheese, seafood

FDA steps up enforcement efforts on imported food including cheese, seafood

19 hours ago   |   Food Safety

The Food and Drug Administration is continuing its use of import alerts to enforce U.S. food safety regulations for food from foreign countries. The agency updates and modifies...
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The worrying trend of Victoria's ‘under-vaccinated' filling COVID wards

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Do individuals with long COVID ever recover fully?

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AI can be a powerful tool to help identify lung nodules on chest X-rays

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