Despite little difference in nutrients, some organic foods may still make sense.
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Tufts research finds regular yogurt eaters are 31% less likely to develop hypertension.
Recent research indicates that getting too much iron could be a concern for older people at risk for age-related neurogenerative brain diseases, such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons and dementia.
Americans seem to have gotten the message about avoiding added sugars,
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Were consuming less fat but eating out more than in the 1970s, according to a good news/bad news report from the USDAs Economic Research Service.
The US Food and Drug Administra-tion has finally unveiled proposed new food-safety regulations aimed at reducing the estimated 3,000 deaths annually from foodborne illnesses.