6 New Food Trends You’re About To See Everywhere | HuffPost

Cutting out artificial preservatives is just one way to eat well, but there are a whole bunch of other exciting new food trends about to be all the rage. Food trends come and food trends go, but thankfully the greater trend of eating well is no flash in the pan. While some food trends, like …

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NOAA climate report: Hottest year, other records – CNN

The records highlighted in the "State of the Climate in 2016" report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sound ominous. • Global land surface temperatures last year were highest in 137 years of record keeping. • Sea surface temperatures were also at their highest. • Sea levels were at record highs in the 24 …

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Filthy food habits: How dirty are they? – CNN

(CNN)Yum, who's hungry for a slice of cake loaded with bacteria? A chip dipped in both salsa and bacteria? Mmm, what about a piece of toast that just fell on the bacteria-covered floor? Getting some bacteria with your food is the risk you take if you eat birthday cake after the candles have been blown …

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This woman’s pimple turned out to be a dangerous staph infection | Fox News

Her warning to everyone went viral. In the age of Dr. Pimple Popper, the previously repulsive act of pimple-popping has become an almost euphoric experience. Watching videos of enlarged cysts, deep-rooted blackheads, and even inflamed whiteheads getting slowly extracted has become an oddly satisfying pastime, which, admittedly, Allure editors take part in. But watching said …

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‘Is food medicine? The question has never been so current or so contentious’ | Comment | Life and style | The Guardian

Each morning, after a strict overnight fast, Paula Wolfert drinks a cup-and-a-half of hot water with lemon, followed by a “bulletproof coffee” made from unsalted butter and coconut oil. At 11am, she makes her “gritty drink” – a sludge of greens, nuts, avocado and kefir. Finally, for lunch, she eats something like oven-steamed fish and vegetables. Wolfert …

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