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Also, there will be a quiz.
NYT Well looks into nutritional differences between fresh and canned tuna and salmon.
You asked, we answered: Is canned fish as good as fresh? http://t.co/aa2g8VQi5h— NYTimes Well (@nytimeswell) October 7, 2015
Time Health offers advice on how to come down from your Halloween sugar high.
How to recover from a candy hangover http://t.co/EvTw23rmCK— TIME Health (@TIMEHealth) October 7, 2015
Make sure you're eating enough after you exercise.
5 signs you're eating too little for how much you work out http://t.co/GNPlD68CEo— TIME Health (@TIMEHealth) October 6, 2015
Research suggests that calcium doesn't reduce the risk of bone fractures.
Calcium Doesn’t Improve Bone Density, Analysis Finds http://t.co/5EduYWHSLO— NYT Health (@NYTHealth) October 5, 2015
Study: A daily dose of sugary soda increases the risk of diabetes, heart attack, and stroke.
More good news about the health benefits of drinking coffee.
NYT Well looks at whether it's okay to re-freeze thawed meat.
It is OK to refreeze thawed meats. Seriously. http://t.co/lfdw7BN7Tm— NYTimes Well (@nytimeswell) October 4, 2015
Time Health asks the experts if goat cheese is healthy.
We have some really good news about goat cheese http://t.co/0nVtbLydrw— TIME Health (@TIMEHealth) October 1, 2015
A Scientific American guest blog article explores the diets of our ancient ancestors.
Study shows link between asthma and low levels of certain gut bacteria in newborns.
Study Links Asthma to Low Levels of Gut Bacteria in Newborns http://t.co/BbdGfR1OFB— WSJ Health News (@WSJhealth) September 30, 2015
Take The New York Times weekly health quiz.
The Weekly Health Quiz: Breast Feeding and IQ, Stair Climbing and Weight Loss http://t.co/Rwqgi6fBjj— NYTimes Well (@nytimeswell) October 2, 2015
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