Nestlé Will Test Health Foods on Human Brain Cells

Nestlé Will Test Health Foods on Human Brain Cells
Nestlé will soon begin testing its products on human brain and liver cells, reports The Wall Street Journal, in a bid to find out exactly how healthy foods and drinks are … cell-like cells made from mature human cells from Cellular Dynamics …
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Celebrating 65 years of Harvest Health Foods
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – All natural, organic, gluten-free… these are all buzz words for healthy eating and living, which we hear a lot about that these days. Some businesses have been talking the talk and walking the walk for decades, and …
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‘Family-Style’ Meals Teach Kids Healthy Food Habits: Study
Day care centers may want to take some feeding cues from Italian “family-style” restaurants, scientists say. Passing bowls around the dining table and allowing children to serve themselves may be one way for children to develop a healthier relationship …
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Prominent scientists question key finding in landmark study of genome-editing in human embryos

Prominent scientists question key finding in landmark study of genome-editing in human embryos
group of prominent scientists, including pioneers in genome-editing, have questioned the key finding of a headline-making study in which researchers reported using CRISPR to repair a disease-causing gene in viable human embryos. In the new, unpublished …
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3 science books compellling enough to speak to all readers
Bob Berman’s ‘Zapped,’ Max Tegmark’s ‘Life 3.0,’ and Richard Dawkins’s ‘Science in the Soul’ succeed in turning science books into good summer reads. August 30, 2017 —The challenge inherent in writing popular science books for a mainstream audience is …
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The day the sun disappears is here
It’s not fake news; it’s good news. It’s a story that could eclipse all other stories. There is no way you can stop today’s total solar eclipse from happening. It is celestial, and we have no control over it. The only way to stop it would be to extinguish …
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Mediterranean Diet Benefits The Human Brain Thanks To Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Fruits And Vegetables

cusineMediterranean Diet Benefits The Human Brain Thanks To Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Fruits And Vegetables
Are you ready for the cold dark days that come with Daylight Saving Time? Prepare for winter skin before turning your clock back on Sunday. To Lose Weight, Skip Dinner A Few Days A Week New research suggests that skipping dinner helps you burn more fat in …
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Exploring The MIND Diet
So what exactly does the MIND Diet entail? The Origin of MIND The MIND Diet is a cross between the Mediterranean Diet and the DASH Diet. “MIND” stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay. The diet was developed by …
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The Italian Diet
Why? Well, health experts suggest that the difference is due to the fact that in Italy, they are basically on a Mediterranean Diet. Supposedly, this type of diet is very nutritious and good for you. Another reason that Italians in Italy are less likely to …
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15 times idols proved they’re human too

music15 times idols proved they’re human too
We like to think that our favorite K-pop stars are flawless, godly beings free of any errors and imperfections. However, that obviously isn’t always the case, as our favorite stars do have their own very human moments. Here are 15 times K-pop idols …
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Persona 4: Dancing All Night Hands-On Preview – Midnight Dance Battle
Some pop idols have been kidnapped and taken to the Midnight world… DUN DUN DUN! There’s a rumor of a TV station that goes live only at midnight, and shows images of dead idols. If you watch it, you vanish. DUN DUN DUNNNNN! The Persona 4 cast …
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Ed Sheeran brings intimate touch to sold-out Marcus Amphitheater at Summerfest
He didn’t have that phony “the ladies are so pretty here” banter, or the forced “serenade a girl” moment that countless teen idols have tripped into. Every expression, every word Sheeran sang Friday, felt authentic, in particular when he paid respect …
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