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Nutrition

Nevada woman accused of $2.3M in fraudulent beauty aid sales

A 55-year-old Nevada woman has been indicted on federal fraud charges for allegedly selling more than $2.3 million worth of unapproved weight loss and beauty products she illegally imported from China
Published: 03/09/17
Gabourey Sidibe reveals weight-loss surgery in new memoir

Gabourey Sidibe reveals weight-loss surgery in new memoir

Gabourey Sidibe says she had weight-loss surgery last year after being diagnosed with diabetes
Updated one month ago

Store owner gets 2-year prison term in food stamp scheme

A convenience store owner who stole more than $1.1 million through a food stamp scheme is now headed to prison
Updated one month ago
Not a lumberjack? You can still eat a filling breakfast

Not a lumberjack? You can still eat a filling breakfast

In my Country-Style Skillet Breakfast, I use just a few strips of real pork bacon to keep things feeling authentically diner-ish
Updated one month ago
Bacon, soda & too few nuts tied to big portion of US deaths

Bacon, soda & too few nuts tied to big portion of US deaths

Bacon, soda and too few nuts are among eating habits that new research links with a big portion of U.S. deaths from common causes
Updated one month ago
Fewer heavy Americans are trying to lose weight, study finds

Fewer heavy Americans are trying to lose weight, study finds

Fewer overweight Americans are trying to lose weight in recent years, and researchers wonder if fat acceptance could be among the reasons
Updated one month ago

Court slams Arizona agency over delayed appeals filings

Arizona's social services agency has received an extraordinary rebuke after a judge found it failed to file scores of court appeals requested by citizens who were denied benefits
Updated one month ago
Enchiladas don't sound healthy, unless you do these tricks

Enchiladas don't sound healthy, unless you do these tricks

Enchiladas are pretty much my dream food so it became my goal to create a version of enchiladas that mimicked the flavors and comfort of my childhood but didn't make me search for my elastic waist-band sweatpants
Updated one month ago

Bill on food stamps for drug offenders clears Indiana Senate

People with felony drug convictions could be eligible for food stamps in Indiana under a bill approved by the state Senate
Updated one month ago

Missouri substitute teacher handed out digestive pills

Leaders of a St. Louis-area school district are investigating after a substitute teacher gave more than 30 sixth-grade students over-the-counter digestive supplements during a health lesson
Updated one month ago