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We like our sweets…If I really wanted to impress you with scientific taste I would phrase that differently and point out that the taste receptor for sweetness, T1R2/RIR3 detects sugar at a concentration of 1 part to 200 and “notifies” the brain about this pleasurable sense. But as great as our fondness for sweet tasting…

Exposes about food contamination have been the subject of socially and nutritionally minded authors for hundreds of years. In 1906 Upton Sinclair wrote the book “The Jungle” which detailed the horrible conditions in Chicago’s meat packing houses. (Remember he wrote about workers who fell into rendering tanks and were ground along with animal parts!) Although…

By now most of you have probably heard that ACOG (The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) has made new recommendations as to how often and when to start doing Pap smears. Despite the timing, I don’t feel these are either economically or politically inspired by the currently debate on health care reform. The reasons…

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