FDA chief announces resignation Stormy 6-year tenure has included efforts to regulate tobacco; Personal reasons cited; Kessler says he'll stay in the top post until successor is appointed
Getting an 'A' for effort Health: Ellicott City high school sees fit to take students' physical well-being into its own hands.
Iron deficiency may limit learning
Chesapeake Bay: laboratory for studies of oxygen-straved water 'Most ambitious' effort to curb overenrichment being waged in this area
Weigh risks and benefits of drug-aided diet
The link, if any, between diabetes and cow's milk
Less than 25% of Americans have healthy diet, study shows Wealthier whites show greatest improvement
Balancing a good diet with a varied diet
How to finally make peace with food
Throwing more facts into fat-free fire
Limit sodium to ward off osteoporosis
Breast cancer-fatty diet link is not proven
Unregulated ephedrine shows that 'natural' doesn't mean safe Health: Deaths in the United States from "natural" ephedrine now at 15, but herbal drug cannot be yanked from market or even regulated.
Profits in animal dentistry entice 2 firms into alliance Nutramax will market USBiomaterials products
FDA warns of some Chinese herbal products' dangers Items are marketed as 'legal highs'
Guidelines put emphasis on veggies
Sugar shows up at surprising levels Who would guess: From peanut butter to spaghetti sauce, sugar sweetens all kinds of food and, increasingly, has an undue influence on American tastebuds.
Nuts About Nuts get cracking: It's true . More and more cooks are shelling out for texture, flavor, creativity.
Is it real, or is it Olestra? Just as tasty: FDA's recent approval of olestra may just change the snacks you eat.
FDA approves fake fat for use in snack foods despite its side effects Substitute Olestra has taste, adds no calories
A confirmed spaghetti addict finds that the latest in food facts is hard to swallow
Martek to sell baby formula additive to Sandoz Md. firm supplies six major producers; Manufacturing
You still are what you eat Watch it: While a nutritional guerrilla attacks them, the government's new food guidelines incorporate diet discoveries and urge common sense.
Respect has grown for fruits and veggies
Research finds scant link between mother's and baby's weight
Choosing high-fiber foods for kids
These latest fish stories can do your heart good
In pregnant women, vitamin A intake should be regulated, but not avoided
Under The Shell
Hedging your bets on cancer
For schoolchildren, good breakfast is as important as books The Right Start
Vitamin supplements free to B, A to Z
Progress made, but air pollution tightens noose
Just what is progress anyway?It is amazing...
Still smoking? Put veggies, fruits on your plate
New claims about soy are easy to swallow
Researchers: Exercise never bad for women
Drinking It In
Read fast-food value guide as you wait in burger line
Funding for restoration may ebb as Congress tries to balance budget POLITICAL TIDE TURNING AGAINST THE BAY
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Without wetlands, bay loses a defender
Virus mutation, nutrition linked in experiments
'Vegetables' is not a dirty word Getting kids to eat what's good for them
Study fails to confirm heart benefits of fish
Watch intake of vitamins, minerals
Sizing Up A Generation Too much food, too little excercise put young people at risk physically and emotionally - as if adolescence isn't tough enough.
Martek pins its hopes on microalgae
Spicy treats soar in sales A WING FLING
It is time we all do something to stop muscle from shrinking