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Nutrition

Scale Back Alabama kicks off 8-week weight-loss challenge

Wendy Thomas arrived at the Harris Center in Auburn on Wednesday, decked in her purple and black exercise outfit and prepared for her afternoon workout
Published: 01/12/17
Governor says there's less of him to hate: He lost 50 pounds

Governor says there's less of him to hate: He lost 50 pounds

Maine Gov. Paul LePage says he had weight loss surgery and jokes now there's 50 fewer pounds of him "to hate."
Published: 01/12/17
Try the flavor of buffalo chicken wings without the chicken

Try the flavor of buffalo chicken wings without the chicken

Baked meatballs are a great way to get both the flavor and fun of buffalo wings without the fried chicken skin derailing our nutritious eating
Published: 01/11/17

Lawsuit disputes claims of popular memory loss supplement

A government lawsuit seeks to ban a popular memory loss dietary supplement marketed to seniors, saying there's no scientific evidence to support its claims it's clinically shown to support clearing thinking
Published: 01/09/17

Scale Back Alabama weight-loss contest kicking off

The state of Alabama is beginning its annual free weight-loss contest this week
Published: 01/09/17

Candidate for Oregon GOP chairman was on food stamps in 2014

The Oregon Republican Party chooses its chairman later this month, and one of the candidates has an unusual backstory when it comes to public assistance
Published: 01/09/17

Meet the oldest animals at South Florida parks

South Florida sure has some wild seniors
Published: 01/07/17
Your child's microbiome, and why its health matters

Your child's microbiome, and why its health matters

For most people, the thought of drinking a glass of live bacteria is about as appetizing as downing a cup of lake water
Published: 01/06/17

Man has charges dropped in polygamous food stamp case

Another member of a Utah polygamous group charged with food stamp fraud will avoid jail time and fines after his charges have been dropped
Published: 01/06/17

USDA chooses Hy-Vee to join in online food stamp program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has chosen West Des Moines-based Hy-Vee to participate in a program that will let food stamp recipients shop for groceries online
Updated one month ago