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Grocers Lead Kids To Produce Aisle With Junk Food-Style Marketing

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Volunteers at the Maryland Food Bank in Baltimore sort and box food donations on a conveyor belt. The bank started working with groups like the USO in 2013 to provide food aid to families affiliated with nearby military bases. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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More Military Families Are Relying On Food Banks And Pantries

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Varying speed while walking may make the activity much more effective. iStockphoto hide caption

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Interval Training While Walking Helps Control Blood Sugar

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An FDA rule effective Aug. 5 states that foods may be labeled "gluten free" only if there's less than 20 parts per million of the protein. James Benet/iStockphoto hide caption

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Truth In Labeling: Celiac Community Cheers FDA Rule For Gluten Free

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Although food entrepreneur Tim West's family legacy is in Doritos chips, he wants to shake up the food system — with sustainable, healthful food. Vignesh Ramachandran/Ozy hide caption

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One Step To Combat Obesity: Make Stairs More Attractive

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What Makes Us Fat: Is It Eating Too Much Or Moving Too Little?

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Sam Van Aken's grafted fruit trees are still quite young, but this artist rendering shows what he expects the "Tree of 40 Fruit" to look like in springtime in a few years. Courtesy of Sam Van Aken hide caption

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The Gift Of Graft: New York Artist's Tree To Grow 40 Kinds Of Fruit

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