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Food Science for Relief and Development -An Emerging Area of Food Science

Food Science for Relief and Development -An Emerging Area of Food Science

4 days ago   |   Science Meets Food

By Abbey Thiel One of my most rewarding college classes wasn't a class at all. It was an independent study where I collaborated with a local food pantry on just about any...
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EU finds communication gaps in Canadian dairy controls

4 days ago   |   Food Safety News

A lack of communication between officials in Canada could put at risk the control system for EU dairy exports, according to an audit. DG Sante, the European Commission's agency...
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Why the Delta Variant Affected the CDC's COVID-19 Mask Guidelines

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

As COVID-19 cases have once again exploded across the country - fueled by the highly contagious delta variant - the CDC is rolling out new guidance about the need for everyone...
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Weekend reading: Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet?

Weekend reading: Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet?

5 days ago   |   Food Politics

Jessica Fanzo. Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet? Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. This is a small book, 4′ x 6″ format, 214 pages. I did a blurb for its back...
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Think Twice Before Putting a Yoni Egg in Your Vagina

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

Ooooh, crystals! If you're the spiritual type, you may be intrigued by the idea of using yoni eggs: egg-shaped stones that go inside your vagina to promote sensuality...
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Why Is Acne Worse in the Summer?

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

When you're looking all summertime fine in your favorite hot-weather attire, the last thing you want to do is worry about body breakouts and blemishes. Unfortunately, when the...
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Wine and Your Waistline: Why You Aren't Losing Weight

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

You're humming along on your diet , losing one or two pounds per week and feeling good about yourself. In fact, you're feeling so good that you're congratulating yourself with...
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How to Avoid the Ominous ‘Pop' That Signals a Torn ACL

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

As a fan, it's upsetting to watch your favorite athlete suffer an injury. And if you're the athlete, the immediate unmistakable “pop” you hear when you've torn your anterior...
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Recipe: Grilled Salmon With Cucumber Salad

5 days ago   |   Cleveland Clinic

Your go-to salmon brunch meal is probably a bagel, but why not try something different? This meal makes a great weekend brunch dish because the dill and the caraway are so...
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Cake mixes, raw flour previously linked to foodborne illness outbreaks

5 days ago   |   Food Safety News   |   2 articles

Health investigators continue to try to determine what brand of cake mixes are linked to a current E. coli O121 outbreak as they also work to find out what specific ingredients...
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Chicken Picatta

Chicken Picatta

A simple pan sauce made with capers, butter, white wine, chicken stock and lemon juice envelop chicken cutlets in the traditional Chicken Piccata recipe made in episode 101 of... Read more ...

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this video, makes juicier, more... Read more ...

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

This is a tasting from the end of my Italian Beer Bread episode where I have two of my grandchildren tasting the bread with me. This is my favorite tasting! I've never... Read more ...

Study finds Listeria in cheese in Ecuador

Researchers have highlighted the prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in cheese in Ecuador. In Ecuador, the impact of listeriosis on public health is unknown because it is not... Read more ...

Cherry Tomato Panzanella

Cherry Tomato Panzanella

This 20 minute cherry tomato panzanella is a warm version of the classic Tuscan bread salad made with fried bread, garlic, herbs and burst cherry tomatoes. This post was... Read more ...

Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops

Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops

These Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops are a super simple, healthy treat and the perfect way to beat the summertime heat! This time of year nothing is more refreshing than a... Read more ...

What You Need To Know About Leaving Your Child in a Hot Car

It seems unthinkable, and yet it happens. Every year, children die after being left in the car on hot days - even just for a few minutes. There are some misconceptions about... Read more ...

Why You Shouldn't Eat Raw or Undercooked Chicken and How To Keep it Fresh

Eating raw or undercooked meat is something most people don't worry too much about, but it can happen from time to time. Whether you're being adventurous for your next meal or... Read more ...

Weekend reading: What food really costs

Weekend reading: What food really costs

One big question about a food system is what it costs, not only at the grocery store but also on expenses we can't readily see-what economists call the “externalized” costs... Read more ...

Washington Issues Warning Not to Eat Raw Shellfish After 'Heat Dome'

Health officials said that high temperatures and low tides were likely to blame for an outbreak of vibriosis, an intestinal disease associated with eating raw oysters and other... Read more ...

Skipped Your Mammogram Due to COVID-19? Schedule One Now

Q: You missed your regular mammogram in 2020 while quarantining due to COVID-19. How important is it to get a breast screening scheduled this year? A: It is extremely... Read more ...