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CDC: Don't Fret About Superbug. Yet.
The Washington Post—The bacteria contains the gene mcr-1, which would make it resistant to colistin, the powerful antibiotic doctors use to treat the most difficult cases. If that gene spreads to other bacteria, they too could develop immunity to antibiotics.
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Less Salt Will be on the Menu
TIME—"The totality of scientific evidence, as reviewed by many well-respected scientific organizations, continues to support lowering sodium consumption from current levels," The FDA's Susan Mayne says. She adds there's so much sodium in food, it's difficult for an average eater to stay within the guidelines.
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Weight Linked to Prostate Cancer
The Independent—The study of 130,000 men in their 50s from countries across Europe finds that those with a 37-inch waistline were 13 percent more likely to develop prostate cancer than men with a 33-inch waist.
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Weight Loss: Every Little Bit Counts
Berkeley Wellness—Taking off pounds is a losing proposition, as the old joke goes. The frustrating part is that if you're overweight by 20 or 30 pounds or more, losing them may loom as an impossible task. It's hard enough simply not to gain more weight, let alone slim down.
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Berries: Small but Mighty
Berkeley Wellness—Our appreciation of berries has deep historical roots. In fact, evidence shows that in Siberia, prehistoric people stored berries in icy pits to ensure a supply during the winters. Thousands of years later, Native Americans made good use of berries by not only eating fresh and cooked berries, but also drying berries to eat over the winter.
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