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IF POOR PEOPLE can't buy enough food to eat, let them eat food supplements. So says a bill before Congress that would allow those who receive food stamps to use them for buying vitamins and minerals.
While supported by the food supplement industry and a minority of nutrition experts, the move to...
WHILE CONGRESS is preparing legislation that would seriously cut funding for federal food assistance programs, a newly completed study shows that some 4 million children younger than 12 years in the United States go hungry during at least part of the year. Almost 10 million additional children...
IN RESPONSE to mounting pressure from the medical community, the US Air Force Academy has eliminated boxing as a mandatory activity.
Until now, boxing was offered at the Army, Navy, and Air Force academies as an intramural sport and a mandatory combative training course. But now Air Force cadets...
ONE WOULD EXPECT that 13 years' worth of AIDS mortality data would be enough to make an epidemiologist's eyes glaze over, let alone those of an average citizen. But now, thanks to a collaboration hatched in cyberspace, this kind of information is being beamed up onto the Internet in the form of...
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