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Saturday, Jun 24, 2017

Nutrition

A wealthier India sees alarming rise in adolescent diabetes

A wealthier India sees alarming rise in adolescent diabetes

A two-decade economic boom has led to obesity in India's youth, and diabetes cases are rising among children and adolescents
Updated one month ago

Audit: Leader of Iowa school meals group embezzled for years

An audit alleges the former executive director of an Iowa nonprofit that promotes healthy, affordable school meals embezzled at least $169,000 over a five-year period
Updated one month ago

Oregon livestock nutrition firm wins trade secrets dispute

An Oregon livestock nutrition company has won a lawsuit it filed against an ex-employee accused of stealing trade secrets
Updated one month ago
Outdoor grilled ratatouille creates lovely summertime char

Outdoor grilled ratatouille creates lovely summertime char

Grilled ratatouille is a happy complement to any grilled meat or fish, and it's hearty enough to be the main dish for vegetarians
Updated one month ago

Tuscaloosa County schools begin summer feeding program

Even though school is out for the summer, schools across Central Alabama are reopening to make sure children continue getting nutritious meals
Updated one month ago

Once overweight man changes lifestyle and becomes runner

Kyle Mitofsky began running to lose weight
Updated one month ago

The Latest: Walker's Medicaid drug-testing wins approval

Gov. Scott Walker's proposal making Wisconsin the first state to require drug tests for some Medicaid recipients has won approval from the Legislature's budget-writing committee
Updated one month ago

Correction: Benefits Dropped story

Correction: Benefits Dropped story
Updated one month ago

Walker welfare changes get approval by Wisconsin lawmakers

Welfare reform proposals from Gov. Scott Walker approved by the Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance Committee on Thursday include a number of work requirements and drug testing provisions
Updated one month ago
Gov. Walker wants Wisconsin to drug test Medicaid applicants

Gov. Walker wants Wisconsin to drug test Medicaid applicants

Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require able-bodied, childless adults applying for Medicaid health benefits to undergo drug screening
Updated one month ago