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Tags: diet


Newsweek’s story on the 16:8 diet: It’s not much more than a news release rewrite, but it’s at least cautious


TIME’s story on infants and food allergy risks overstates research findings

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Diet and exercise during pregnancy: benefits-focused discussion needed a bit more balance on harms


Over-emphasis on fructose obscures larger science-based message: too much of any sugar is bad for you


Diet drug Qnexa: Don’t get too carried away by new study


Regular Fasting May Boost Heart Health