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With Paula Deen, It's Not Really About The Pie

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What's To Love And Loathe About Chocolate Milk?

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Pizza for sale at a Chicago public school. Under a House spending bill, this would still count as a vegetable serving — without extra sauce. Tim Boyle/Getty Images hide caption

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Pizza As A Vegetable? It Depends On the Sauce

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A nurse burps a baby after he's been fed, circa 1955. Doctors say that for babies with extreme reflux, off-label use of heartburn drugs can sometimes help. But frequently changes to the mother's diet can be a simpler fix. George Heyer/Three Lions/Getty Images hide caption

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Second Thoughts On Medicines For Babies Who Spit Up

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Hormones And Metabolism Conspire Against Dieters

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In a cavernous barn, distillers make whiskey with rye, corn and malted barley.

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Drinking Whiskey In The Spirit Of George Washington

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Brain researchers say the big fluctuations in IQ performance they found in teens were not random — or a fluke.

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IQ Isn't Set In Stone, Suggests Study That Finds Big Jumps, Dips In Teens

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French Laundry pastry chef Lena Kwak with the gluten-free flour she developed.

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Look Who's Going Gluten-Free

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Eric Jensen examines cantaloupe on the Jensen Farms near Holly, Colo., in late September. The FDA recalled cantaloupe grown on the farm after connecting the melons with a deadly listeria outbreak.

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Listeria Outbreak: Why More Of Us Didn't Get Sick

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"Skinny genes": Maybe Gwyneth Paltrow can thank her mom, actress Blythe Danner, for her trimness? Parental weight strongly influences thinness in children, researchers say.

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