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YOUTH IN A JAR
Folate aids health, but only if used
Living with kids means consuming more fat
Center to protect nation's food supply
Government intervention, personal resolve needed to fight obesity
Low-income kids at greater risk of obesity
Boost good cholesterol without a pill
Healthier choices for those on the go
Hope for quick weight-loss fix feeding obesity
Parents can set healthy example when eating out
Vegetables are brain food, 6-year senior study suggests
NIH funds study of Martek's DHA to treat Alzheimer's
Shingles shot good idea for adults 60 and older
Baby fat not so cute in a world full of obesity
Thousands of sea lions suffering as toxic algae flourish in the Pacific
Acres of cheap fuel for farmers
Food firms lure with Web games
Some bacteria can thrive on computer keyboards
The great vitamin debate
Finding facts on supplements
Poorer teens more apt to be fat
Supplements may help relieve achy joints
Does milk really do a body good?
After decades, a voice fades out
Low-fat diet no boon to health
Feeding the world, poisoning the planet
'Epidemic' of nutrients imperils coastal waters Fueled by fertilizer, algae suffocate areas
Panel weighs curbing farm waste runoff Scientists concur Pfiesteria is linked to nutrients in bay; No instant solutions; Agriculture experts warn against harming poultry industry
A dose of good fortune Agreement: Martek Biosciences Corp. of Columbia gets a boost as the nation's largest mass marketer of nutritional supplements agrees to sell a Martek product.
Dose of hope for children with Down syndrome Medicine: Kennedy Krieger Institute will launch a clinical trial to test the usefulness of a "smart drug."
Another glass of milk, please New guidelines urge higher calcium intake to stop osteoporosis
Holistic medicine acceptance growing Health: M.D.'s increasingly view alternative therapies as 'complementary' medicine rather than 'witchcraft.'
Supplement may boost muscle power
Rush, rush, rush. No one has enough...
Eggs stage a comeback
It's easy to make a good start to the day Breakfast: More Americans are skipping the first meal, but they're also skipping some important benefits, nutritionists say.
Get a taste of the big, red cancer fighters
Juicy news ... be still my heart Essay: O, grape. Once again dietary science enhances our days of wine and cabbages with even more helpful advice for living.
Time to can the old ideas about cans Nutrition: The packaging process does not take away as much as public thinks, industry and experts say.
The harm in too much iron Health: It's an essential mineral in small quantities, but too much may contribute to heart disease or cancer.
Reaching for Eternal Youth Health: Foes of aging see hormones as time in a bottle, but clinical proof has yet to come.
What diet is better -- low carbohydrate or low fat?
Too much of a good thing Health: Studies suggest parents should slow the flow of juice to youngsters. Give them fruit and water instead.
HIV carriers deficient in vitamin B12 appear to get AIDS faster, study says Hopkins research finds a link worth pursuing
Problem is faulty brakes Health: Sugarplums may dance in your head, but it's the fats in foods that leap onto your hips.