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Yelp Reviewers Slice And Dice The Politics Of Pizza

In today's Internet age, even pizza is political. When a photo of a Florida pizza shop owner giving President Obama a bearhug went viral, so too did the backlash against his restaurant — in the form of Yelp reviews.
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How Oregon's Prized Pinot Noir Grapes Will Take The Heat Of Climate Change

Warming temperatures are forcing Oregon winemakers to rethink Pinot Noir, a picky but popular grape. But there is another problem with climate change — what if it gets colder instead of warmer?
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Heavy Teens Eat Less But Weigh More Than Their Thinner Peers

Overweight teens eat fewer calories than their thinner peers, a new study says. So why do they weigh more? Researchers suspect a drop-off in exercise in the tween and teen years may be one reason.
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Canada's Food Insecure Find Help, Community Through Facebook

A Canadian mother of five decided to bring attention to the food challenges she and families like her face every day by creating a Facebook group called "Feeding My Family." And now she has more than 20,000 members.
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Spice And Science: The Powerful Potential Of Turmeric

We explore the science behind tumeric, a powerful spice, and find out how we can incorporate it into our everyday dishes.

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Strawberry Fields For 'MasterChef' Christine Ha

Christine Ha is the first blind contestant on FOX's reality TV show MasterChef, and she's competing in the finals on Monday night. For Tell Me More's occasional "In Your Ear" series, Ha shares some of the songs she turns to for inspiration.
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Low And Slow May Be The Way To Go When It Comes To Dieting

Low-glycemic foods that take awhile to digest may help keep weight off longer than other diets. The low-glycemic diet comes out on top in a new study that compared to the low-carb diet and the low fat diet.

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