Food and Nutrition News

Date Posted
Article Title
3/11/2002
Here's a Dinner Guest You Didn't Invite

Foodborne illness still a threat to American tables, report says

3/7/2002
Don't Toss the Salad

It can help keep you healthy

3/6/2002
Juice or Soda

Which is better for your teeth?

3/4/2002
Glutton Maximus

Why you still have room for dessert

2/28/2002
Why You Crave Greasy Food

Especially when you're very hungry

2/27/2002
2/26/2002
Diabetes Relishes Hot Dog Lovers

Study links disease to diet laden in processed meats

2/22/2002
Kids' Obesity Tied to Mom's Feeding Approach

Study: Ordering child to eat everything on plate may backfire

2/21/2002
Eating More Fish Cuts Preterm Delivery Risk

Study says one fish meal a week will do the trick

2/20/2002
Healthy Food Choices

Here's how much you should eat

2/19/2002
Super-Size Portion Causing U.S. Distortion

Study links large servings of food to obesity epidemic in America

2/18/2002
Can Wheat Make for a Smoother Treat?

Scientists use winter wheat proteins to make ice cream creamy

2/14/2002
How to Eat Right

Dietitians offer advice

2/13/2002
Mold Toxin May Be Behind Testicular Cancer

Cancer researcher proposes theory of cause of disease that strikes mostly young men

2/4/2002
Burgers and Fries Raise Diabetes Risk

Study finds it so, independent of other risk factors

1/31/2002
1/31/2002
I'm Gonna Wash That Fat Right Out of My Beef

How to lower beef's fat, cholesterol

1/30/2002
Breakfast Beats Back Forgetfulness

Morning meal fuels improved memory in older folks

1/30/2002
Frying? Try Olive Oil

It cuts the fat

1/29/2002
Tea and Chocolate: No Sympathy Needed

More evidence that both are good for your health

1/23/2002
You Are What You Heat

Most calories you consume keep your body warm

1/16/2002
Nutrition May Be a Drag

Smokers don't always eat right

1/14/2002
Bush Fainting Spell Doesn't Spell Ill Health

Medical experts say blackout, triggered by pretzel, no cause for alarm

1/10/2002
Why They Douse Your Veggies

It protects your health

1/8/2002
Right Mix of Diet and Sun May Cut Breast Cancer Risk

Study suggests fatty food alone isn't culprit in disease

1/4/2002
Still Chewing the Fat

Despite warnings, fewer than one in four Americans eat enough fruits, vegetables

12/31/2001
Your Mom, Gulp, Was Wrong

The faster you eat, the better food tastes

12/28/2001
The Discomfort of 'Comfort Foods'

Stress of Sept. 11th dashed many pre-holiday slim-down plans

12/28/2001
Lutein and Zeaxanthin

They're not a law firm

12/27/2001
Diabetes Group Sweetens the Snacking

Candy or cookies can be fine in moderation, new guidelines say

12/26/2001
Behind Bagged Lettuce

Alcohol used to kill unwelcome critters

12/23/2001
Bean Cookies? Okra Fudge?

Low-fat substitutes can still mean tasty holiday baked goods

12/21/2001
Fruits Take the Cake

Don't ignore the holiday fruitcake if you want the most healthful nutrients

12/20/2001
Dental Dangers

Your teeth have more enemies than sugar

12/19/2001
How Red Wine Puts Cork in Heart Disease

Blocks compound that causes arteries to harden

12/19/2001
A Slice of Pizza Cuts Prostate Cancer Risk

Antioxidant in tomatoes reduces DNA damage, says study

12/18/2001
Green Tea Gives Oral Cancer the Brushoff

Causes cancer cells to die, study finds

12/17/2001
Preheating: A Waste of Time

No nutritional value gained, journal says

12/13/2001
America's Too Fat, Say Health Czars

Oust junk food from schools, exercise and more

12/13/2001
Tastes Good? Fat Chance

Our taste buds go beyond sweet, salty, sour and bitter -- all the way to fat, new research contends

12/12/2001
No Appeal for Fruit Ban

Medfly infestation means those darling clementines are gone, but not forgotten

12/11/2001
A Vegetable That's Good for Nothing

Pumpkin isn't great for what ails you

12/11/2001
Garlic Should Be Chicken Feed

It can help lower your cholesterol

12/8/2001
Eat, Drink and Be Wary

Some tips to help you avoid packing on the holiday pounds

12/5/2001
A Curry to Remember

New study shows common spice could protect against memory loss

12/4/2001
Tasty Food Labels

What they say may influence how it tastes

12/3/2001
Is Organic Better?

One report says 'yes'

11/29/2001
Snack Your Way to Lower Cholesterol

Eating many small meals each day is beneficial, British research finds

11/29/2001
Finally, Ice Cream Is Good for You

Additive in the low-fat flavors may make kids' bones stronger, say researchers

11/25/2001
Food for Thought

Five servings of fruits and veggies a day can combat diseases; nine is even better, health experts say