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  • Cooking to Live Longer
    Cooking to Live Longer
    Does cooking meals at home lead to improved health outcomes? And how do TV dinners compare nutritionally to TV chef recipes?
  • Pollutants in Salmon and Our Own Fat
    Pollutants in Salmon and Our Own Fat
    Farmed Atlantic salmon, the kind of salmon most commonly found in restaurants and supermarkets, may be the single largest source of toxic dietary pollutants.
  • Meat-Borne Infection Risk from Shopping Carts
    Meat-Borne Infection Risk from Shopping Carts
    Exposure to meat packaging in the supermarket may lead to food poisoning in children placed in shopping carts.
  • Toxic Megacolon Superbug
    Toxic Megacolon Superbug
    Clostridium difficile is another "superbug" found in the U.S. meat supply.
  • Chicken Out of UTIs
    Chicken Out of UTIs
    Half of retail poultry samples were found contaminated with strains of E. coli linked to human urinary tract infections.
  • Hepatitis E Virus in Pork
    Hepatitis E Virus in Pork
    The discovery of infectious hepatitis E virus in retail pork products may help explain the purported association between liver failure and pork consumption.
  • Fecal Residues on Chicken
    Fecal Residues on Chicken
    Researchers use laser imaging to determine the proportion of retail chicken contaminated with fecal matter.
  • Are Star Fruit Good For You?
    Are Star Fruit Good For You?
    The oxalate content in star fruit may pose a risk.