Oct 09, 2011 | Comments 0  Thomas J. Baxter, “School Nutrition and Children” N.va Science Pub | 2009 | ISBN: 1606928910 | 210 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB In this book the authors examine ways to improve the school nutrition safety and the school food supply.
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A striking and important piece  in this past Sunday’s New York Times exposes the perils of unregulated “pumping”–the insertion of silicone into various body parts to obtain a body image that conforms to one’s gender identity. The harrowing experiences of those who undergo this procedure and the isolation and poverty related to their harsh treatment is a call for scientifically sound and safe medical care for all transgender people. Although the reporter treats trans women with dignity and is careful not to mock or pass judgment on the women in the article, the narrow focus on silicone implants reduces all transgender health care needs to a desire to “look beautiful” through invasive surgery.
by Caren Baginski, via NewHope360,  A recent clinical trial published in the journal Diabetologia offers hope for the alarming number of U.S.
Pretty soon, we’re going to start seeing nutrition labels on restaurant menus. And when T.G.I. Friday’s and Applebee’s menus start look a little more like their packaged food counterparts, will everyone start making better decisions about their apple pies and sugary margaritas
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Today’s Diet & Nutrition Magazine – May 2011 English | True PDF | 52 Pages | 12.66 MB For five years, Todayā€™s Diet & Nutrition has been the.
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