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The Washington Post—A panel of experts put together by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine isn't ready to sign off on plans to release genetically-altered pests in an attempt to eliminate their wild cousins. However, the panel recommends further study, including limited field testing, to determine whether such genetically engineered bugs might be effective at eliminating problem insects, including mosquitos.
The New York Times—The Food and Drug Administration wants you to have less sodium in your diet. But where does all of it come from, if you avoid the salt shaker? The New York Times explains that 70 percent of the salt Americans consume is already mixed into our food.
NPR—Doctors cram a lot of learning into their years in medical school. But at least one university aims to go beyond the usual training about science, anatomy and treatments. Students at George Washington are also learning about the healthcare system they're preparing to enter.
Berkeley Wellness—Summer is one of the best times of year for fresh vegetables and fruit, and these delicious and healthy recipes celebrate the season's bounty. They are also good ways to use up the results of an overflowing summer garden.
Health After 50—Exercise is a valuable element of a weight-loss program-and you don't have to spend hours in the gym to get results. It's even more important if you want to maintain your weight-loss, which is harder than losing weight in the first place.
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