Our drive to eat more in the winter may be a product of less sunlight — or more temptation around us. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Why Are We More Hungry In The Winter?

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A man with a cow in Dong Thap province in southern Vietnam. He got the cow from Heifer International — as well as training and resources to care for it. Courtesy of Juleen Lapporte hide caption

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With Alternative Giving, A Nudge Out Of Poverty For The Poor

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Nathaniel Donaker, 4, eats Kellogg's Frosted Flakes cereal at his home in Palo Alto, Calif. Frosted Flakes is 27 percent sugar, according to a report by the Environmental Working Group. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Cory Booker is mayor of Newark, New Jersey and honorary vice-chair of the Partnership for a Healthier America. Doug Van Sant hide caption

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Businesses Pledge 'Healthier Choices' For Customers

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For fans of TV chef Paula Deen (seen here in a photo from 2006), her appeal lies not in the recipes, but in that feeling that she's talking just to you. Courtesy of Food Network/AP hide caption

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

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Narragansett and Standard Bronze heritage breed turkeys browse at a farm in Westport, Mass. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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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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Students of the the Dawes School Edible Garden Project, a program of Slow Food Chicago. Dawes School Edible Garden Project via Slow Foods USA hide caption

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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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