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AROMAFORK

The Aromafork: New Gadget Enhances Meal With Built-in Scents

Need a way to improve your dining experience? Try the AROMAFORK.

Bread

World's First Synthetic Yeast Chromosome Created by Scientists

You thought yeast was just for making bread rise, didn't you? Scientists have now created a new synthetic yeast chromosome that could lead to dramatic advances in molecular biology.

Starbucks

Tip Your Starbucks Barista From Your iPhone

Starbucks announced that it will improve its mobile application that will allow customers visiting its stores to tip their baristas from their iPhone.

Facebook

Facebook Use Linked to Eating Disorders in College Women

How often are you on Facebook? The social media site could actually be contributing to unhealthy eating habits. A new study reveals that college women who use Facebook are more likely to have disordered eating habits.

Beer

Beer Viz is the Pandora of Alcohol: New System Offers Suggestions

Stanford students seek to pair you with the perfect beer.

Bacon

Oscar Mayer Creates Sizzling Bacon Scented Alarm

How much do you love bacon? Would you want to wake up to the smell of it every morning? If rising to the scent of sizzling meat is your dream, then Oscar Mayer may have made your wish come true.

Tap water

Clean Drinking Water Created with New, Cheap Wood Filter

Clean drinking water is crucial for the health and wellbeing of people across the globe. Now, researchers have created a simple water filter that could revolutionize the way people can access clean drinking water.

miracle machine

Miracle Machine Turns Water Into Wine

There's a new, simple home system to make water into wine, all controlled by your phone.

Spinach

Space Rays Make Healthier Veggies

Growing vegetables for space travel? A few blasts of space light could increase eyesight enhancing nutrients.

Cow

Cows Give More Milk For Slow Jams

Do you want the most milk out of your cow? Keep it smooth.

money

Hampton Creek Foods Announces 23 Million in Funding

Wealthy investors are throwing money at the upstart food technology company.

Pizza

Can Pizza Help Stop a Virus?

Oregano oil could stop the spread of norovirus.

McDonalds' Big Mac

Food Companies Looking Into High Tech Meat Substitutes

Would you eat a hamburger that was not made from a cow?

Foodini

Foodini Lets Home Cooks Print Everything From 'Chocolate Fingers to Ravioli'

Have you ever considered printing your own food?

eggs

New Food-Tech Start-up Aims to Replace Eggs

A new food technology start-up is planning to find a substitute for eggs.

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SIX BENEFITS OF WATERMELONS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT

Watermelons are a national summer treasure. These luscious fruits are as eye catching with their rich red color as they are as tasty. Watermelon enthusiasts around the globe have discovered multiple benefits this fruity piece of heaven has to offer. Aside from being tasty, watermelons offer plenty of other health benefits you are probably not aware of. Here are six reasons you should indulge in a watermelon fetish.

Gummy Bears

Gummy Bear Penis Recalled After Public Outcry

Parents in New Zealand were served quite a treat when a visit to the candy store turned out to be a traumatic experience. Gummy bears, a treat popular with kids across the world, got to the wrong side of parents when gummies shaped in the form of penises were found inside the packs. The inappropriately shaped gummies caused furor and uproar from the larger conservative South Island public, branding the lollies as offensive.

Woman in work out gear

Types of Milk And Their Fat Content

In today's world, milk comes in many different shapes and packages. From fat free milk to whole milk to 1%-2% fat milk to skimmed milk, we have it all. So how do fitness enthusiasts get the best deal out of their milk? How do you ensure you get all the nutrition from a glass of milk without all the unnecessary fat to bulge out your waistline despite endless painstaking crunches? Here is a list of the major milk types being produced in today's market.

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Organic Fruits And Vegetables

Cry Fest in Maine After Thief Steals Onions Grown by Fifth Graders For Homeless Shelter

Albert S. Hall School in Waterville, Maine had its fifth grade project attacked when the children’s growing onions were robbed right at the time of harvesting.

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Stroke Less Likely For Older Women Who Get More Potassium

Postmenopausal women who get more potassium in their diets are less likely to have a stroke or die than those who don't get as much, according to a new study.

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Long-Awaited Diet Pill Gets U.S. Approval

A new diet pill Contrave got approval to be sold in the United States on Wednesday, only the third obesity treatment in more than a decade to win approval from the Food and Drug Administration.

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