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Study Links PTSD Symptoms with Food Addiction

Sep 18, 2014 AM EDT Symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are directly related to increased food addiction, according to a University of Minnesota study.

Global Food Trade Unlikely To Meet Demand of Agriculturally-Poor Countries, Study

Sep 09, 2014 AM EDT Global food supply may not meet the demands of the rising population in agriculturally-poor countries, according to a University of Virginia study.

Effectiveness of TB Medicine Depends on Food Consumption Timing, Study

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Universitas Gadjah Mada in Indonesia found that the timing of food consumption in the early phase of TB treatment could negatively affect its effectiveness.

Potassium-Rich Foods Lower Stroke and Death Risk In Postmenopausal Women, Study

Sep 05, 2014 AM EDT Consuming foods rich in potassium lowers stroke and early death risk in postmenopausal women, according to a study by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Gut Bacteria Protects Against Food Allergies, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT Clostridia, a common class of gut bacteria, protects against food allergies, according to a new study by the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Top 10 Colleges for Dining Services in America

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT The Bowdoin College has once again topped the list of colleges that offers the best dining services in the country, according to a survey by the "Daily Meal".

Wildlife Decline Triggers Child Labour and Political Instability, Study

Aug 04, 2014 AM EDT Drop in overall wildlife populations is causing brutal battles, organized crime and child labor worldwide, according to a new study by the University of California Berkeley.

Seals Use off Shore Wind Turbines to Hunt for Food, Study

Jul 22, 2014 AM EDT Off shore wind turbines are now being frequently used as foraging grounds by seals, according to a St.Andrew's University study.

Foraging Strategies in Animals Unchanged For 50 Million Years, Study

Jul 18, 2014 AM EDT The technique used by animals to search for food hasn't changed in the last 50 million years, according to a University of Southampton study.

Study Finds Nutritional and Food Safety Benefits of Organic Farming

Jul 12, 2014 AM EDT Organic foods and crops offer more health benefits than their traditional counterparts, according to a Washington State University study.

Fish Remember Location of Food Even After 12 Days: Study

Jul 02, 2014 AM EDT Fish can recollect events, context and associations even 12 days later, according to a new study by the MacEven University.

Food Remnants from 4,500-Year-Old Tomb Discovered at Bristol

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Bristol University Department of Archaeology and Anthropology has discovered food remains from a 4,500-year-old ancient Mesopotamian tomb.

“Healthy” Food Labels Dupe Customers into Believing Products are More Beneficial: Study

Jun 18, 2014 AM EDT Labels used by food marketing industries are fooling customers into believing that packaged products are healthier than they actually are, according to a University of Houston study.

Physical Activity Boosts Good Gut Bacteria Diversity, Study

Jun 11, 2014 AM EDT Physical activity boosts good gut bacteria diversity, according to a new study by the University College Cork in Ireland.

People with Lower Sensitivity to Taste Overeat, Study

May 28, 2014 AM EDT Deakin University researchers have found a reason as to why people overeat.

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