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Moldy Recalled Chobani Yogurt Could Be Harmful To Consumers

Moldy Recalled Chobani Yogurt Could Be Harmful To Consumers

Newsy (July 8, 2014) Chobani recalled its yogurt in September 2013 after a mold was discovered in its products. That mold could be more dangerous than previously thought. Video provided by Newsy
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New Therapy, New Hope for Aggressive Breast Cancer

New Therapy, New Hope for Aggressive Breast Cancer

Ivanhoe (Jan. 16, 2014) Triple negative breast cancer accounts for about 15 percent of all new breast cancer cases in the U.S., but it leads to 25 percent of all breast cancer deaths. A diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer means that the three most common types of receptors known to fuel most breast cancer growth are not present in the cancer tumor.
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Microsoft Planning Windows 9 Launch in April 2015: Report

Microsoft Planning Windows 9 Launch in April 2015: Report

Newsy (Jan. 12, 2014) Microsoft's "Threshold" project is thought to be a codename for Windows 9. Microsoft is reportedly planning an announcement for April.
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Pain Threshold Could Be Genetic

Pain Threshold Could Be Genetic

Newsy (Apr. 21, 2014) A new study suggests four different genes could affect your pain threshold most. Researchers hope this could lead to better treatments for pain. Video provided by Newsy
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First Look at Diverse Life Below Rare Tallgrass Prairies

Oct. 31, 2013 For the first time, biologists have gotten a peek at a vitally important community that once called the tallgrass prairie home: The diverse assortment of microbes that thrived in the dark, rich soils ... full story
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Multiple Mates Worth the Risk for Female Prairie Dogs

Dec. 4, 2013 Mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks such as increased susceptibility to predation and increased exposure to diseases ... full story
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Nutrient-Rich Forests Absorb More Carbon

Apr. 14, 2014 The ability of forests to sequester carbon from the atmosphere depends on nutrients available in the forest soils, shows new research from an international team of researchers. "This paper ... full story
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Get the Most Nutrition from Your Calories and 'Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right' During National Nutrition Month and Beyond

Feb. 24, 2014 While taste drives most food choices, eating nutrient-rich foods that provide the most nutrition per calorie is one of the best ways to “Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right.". As part of the 2014 ... full story
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Perceived Barriers Limit Healthy Eating in Low-Income, Minority Communities

May 6, 2014 Low-income and minority communities and people participating in food assistance programs are more likely to consume fewer fruits and vegetables, depriving them of the health benefits of those foods. ... full story
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Benefits to Burning Flint Hills Prairie in Fall and Winter

July 31, 2014 A new study looks at 20 years of data concerning the consequences of burning Flint Hills prairie at different times of the year. It finds that burning outside of the current late spring time frame ... full story
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Researchers 'Fish New Pond' for Antibiotics

Oct. 13, 2013 Discovery of chemical compounds that block the ability of bacteria to make vitamins and amino acids, processes that are emerging as Achilles’ heels for bacteria that infect the human ... full story
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Importance of Food as Key Provider of Vitamins and Nutrients

Dec. 17, 2013 While dietary supplements can help some people meet their nutrition needs, eating a wide variety of nutrient-rich foods is the best way for most people to obtain the nutrients they need to be healthy ... full story
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Social Network Research May Boost Prairie Dog Conservation Efforts

July 28, 2014 Using statistical tools to map social connections in prairie dogs, researchers have uncovered relationships that escaped traditional observational techniques, shedding light on prairie dog ... full story
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Adding Citrus Fiber to Meatballs Improves Nutritional Quality, Does Not Affect Taste

Oct. 15, 2013 A research team is addressing the US fiber deficit by including citrus fiber in ground beef while retaining the quality and taste of the ... full story
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Endangered Black-Footed Ferret and Its Plague-Impacted Prey Need New Conservation Approaches

Feb. 19, 2014 The black-footed ferret is one of the most endangered mammals in North America, but new research suggests that these charismatic critters can persist if conservationists think big ... full story
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Stink Bug Traps May Increase Damage to Tomato Fruits

Mar. 25, 2014 Entomologists suggest that stink bug traps in the garden may actually increase stink bug damage to tomatoes. The researchers asked 15 gardeners to place stink bug traps at the ends of rows of ... full story
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Microbes Facilitate the Persistence, Spread of Invasive Plant Species by Changing Soil Chemistry

Sep. 26, 2013 Invasive species are among the world's greatest threats to native species and biodiversity. Once established, invasive plants can alter soil chemistry and shift nutrient cycling in an ecosystem, ... full story
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Soil Microbes Shift as Shrubs Invade Remnant Hill Prairies

Mar. 11, 2014 Perched high on the bluffs of the big river valleys in the Midwest are some of the last remnants of never-farmed prairie grasslands. These patches, edged by forest, are slowly being taken over by ... full story
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Higher Dietary Acid Load Increases Risk of Diabetes, Study Says

Nov. 11, 2013 A study of more than 60,000 women has shown that higher overall acidity of the diet, regardless of the individual foods making up that diet, increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. The study is the ... full story
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Diet Rich in Tomatoes May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Dec. 18, 2013 A tomato-rich diet may help protect at-risk postmenopausal women from breast cancer, according to new ... full story
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Eating More Fruits, Vegetables May Cut Stroke Risk Worldwide

May 8, 2014 Eating more fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of stroke worldwide, according to a new analysis of 20 studies conducted in Europe, the United States and Asia. The American Heart Association ... full story
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How Tiny Organisms Make a Big Impact on Clean Water

Oct. 15, 2013 Nearly every body of water contains microscopic organisms that live attached to rocks, plants, and animals. These sessile suspension feeders are critical to aquatic ecosystems and play an important ... full story
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Commercial Baby Foods Don't Meet Infants' Weaning Needs

Sep. 9, 2013 UK commercial baby foods don't meet infants' dietary weaning needs, because they are predominantly sweet foods that provide little extra nutritional goodness over breast milk, indicates new ... full story
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Salmonella's Achilles' Heel: Reliance on Single Food Source to Stay Potent

June 26, 2014 A potential Achilles’ heel for Salmonella has been identified by researchers: the bacteria’s reliance on a single food source to remain fit in the inflamed intestine. When these wily bugs can’t ... full story
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