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  • Move over, acai: Latest 'superfruits' aim to make a nutritional mark

     Move over, acai: Latest 'superfruits' aim to make a nutritional mark
    Nailing down the latest superfruit in vogue can be an elusive goal, a quest largely driven by modern marketing and, quite possibly, producers of television's "The Dr. Oz Show." Origins in advertising, not science, complicate the matter: The term "superfruit" has only been used for about a decade to sell the potential health benefits of nutrient-dense fruits.
  • How do Americans waste $28 billion a year? On vitamins, doctors say

    How do Americans waste $28 billion a year? On vitamins, doctors say
    Looking for ways to save money in 2014? Here's some advice from doctors: Stop buying vitamins. Time after time, studies have shown that vitamin and mineral supplements don’t prevent disease or death. And yet consumers keep buying them, lament...

    Keep the chills away with these beauty products

    Keep the chills away with these beauty products
    Chapped lips, flyaway hair, dry skin, cracked elbows — Southern California winters may be mild, but they still cause beauty problems. "Independent of where you live, your skincare regimen needs to change with the seasons," says Dr. Ava Shamban,...

    The kind of salad dressing you use can make veggies healthier

    The kind of salad dressing you use can make veggies healthier
    Dieters often say, “Hold the dressing,” but hold on: That might make those virtuous vegetables less nutritious, a study shows. Researchers at Purdue University found that some fat matters – and that the kind of fat matters too. For...

    The Global Garden: A drought-tolerant tree called moringa

     
    Moringa: The moringa tree (also called malongay, or Moringa oleifera) is a fast-growing, drought-tolerant tree whose leaves, flowers, pods and seeds are all edible.