Science Daily: An Egg a Day Appears to Help Young Children Grow Taller
“Investigators found that with increasing intensity and duration of exercise, there was a proportional increased risk of gut damage and impaired gut function. Specifically, the cells of the intestine are injured and the gut becomes more leaky, allowing pathogenic endotoxins normally present and isolated to the intestine to pass into the bloodstream. This scenario of ‘exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome’ may lead to acute or chronic health complications.” Read full story.
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Aldi: Aldi Cashews Recalled For Glass Shards
“Another round of recalls has hit the food industry. First applesauce, then beer, now this, and all for the same reason. Star Snacks Co. has been forced to recall various batches of Southern Grove cashews from all Aldi stores in 28 states and Washington D.C. due to consumers reportedly finding glass shards in their packaging.” Read full story.
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Science Daily: Frozen Tuna Recalled Due to Hepatitis A Contamination
“Will you get intoxicated by pouring beer or wine into your sauce or stew? This question is important if you are pregnant, have to drive a car or want to track calories. New research creates a model for how alcohol disappears from a sauce or another liquid dish cooked in a saucepan. This model can thus be used to control the alcohol content.” Read full story.