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Marc Siegel: Here are a few tips to keep yourself healthy this Easter

By Marc Siegel

You don’t have to be a practicing internist like me to know that excess sugar leads to weight gain, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.

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20 years after school attack, Columbine remembers 13 lost

By KATHLEEN FOODY

A Colorado community is marking the 20th anniversary of the attack on Columbine High School that killed 13 people and injured 24 others with community service projects and a remembrance ceremony.

Meat, poultry contaminated by traces of fecal matter, lawsuit against USDA claims

By Ann Schmidt

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is being sued by a nonprofit organization of doctors that has claimed the government agency doesn’t properly regulate fecal contamination in meat and chicken production.

Bioeconomy in CAP – the economy of tomorrow?

By Britta Weppner

In view of the threat of environmental damage caused by climate change, experts are putting a lot of hope in the bioeconomy as a future model in agriculture. But the question is – what kind of bioeconomy do we need? EURACTIV Germany reports.

32 percent of foods labeled 'gluten-free' contain gluten: study

By Brie Stimson

A new study has found gluten in 32 percent of restaurant foods marked gluten-free. The study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology also found gluten in 53.2 percent of pizzas tested and 50.8 percent of pastas.

32 percent of foods labeled 'gluten-free' contain gluten: study

By Brie Stimson

A new study has found gluten in 32 percent of restaurant foods marked gluten-free. The study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology also found gluten in 53.2 percent of pizzas tested and 50.8 percent of pastas.

Tacos. Tequila. Telenovelas. Nairobi Embraces Its Mexican Soul.

By JILLIAN KEENAN

In the Kenyan capital, Mexican culture is everywhere, from television to music to restaurants. A primer on the latest global mash-up.

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