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From UF and IBM, a blueprint for 'smart' health care

... that can automatically determine how much time to cook a frozen meal or keep track of how much salt it contains. Among other devices, they also created an instrument that records how many steps a person takes, information that can tell absent caregivers how active its occupants are. But these and other...

Avian influenza on people's minds

...ometer and only 12 percent always use it when they cook chicken or chicken parts. Instead, suggests Condry, Consumers are likely to try to eliminate the risk entirely by avoiding consumption of poultry altogether. In fact, the study found that if highly pathogenic avian influenza were found in chickens...

Study finds three-quarters of women are households' chief cook and food shopper

...roup, assumed the traditional female role of chief cook and food shopper. "Celebrity chefs like Jamie...hange the image of cooking as womens work and many cook books are aimed at men. Yet our research suggested men like to use cooking as a chance to show off ...

Soot from wood stoves in developing world impacts global warming more than expected

New measurements of soot produced by traditional cook stoves used in developing countries suggest that t...field test in Honduras, the researchers found that cook stoves there, which are similar to those used in other developing nations, produce two times more sm...

Columbia U receives $16.9M award to study origin and health effects of arsenic in ground water

...as 100 million people worldwide regularly drink or cook with well water with arsenic concentrations greater than 10 micrograms per liter (g/L) or 10 parts per billion (ppb), the World Health Organization's maximum exposure level. Until the early 1970s, people in Bangladesh generally did not drink well wat...

Politics weighs in: Obesity dominates in the former Soviet bloc

...their fresh fruits and vegetables from markets and cook everything from scratch. They had more time because of their work patterns. "Now there are more large supermarkets with cheaper foods that are pre-packaged and higher in fat and calories. Now there are more fast food restaurants and more and more car...

Indoor pollution from cooking on wood stoves affects women in developing countries

Women in developing countries who cook over a wood stove for years and inhale the smoke c... smoke exposure starts early in life because women cook using wood stoves in the same room where children sleep, play and eat, increasing the risk of respir...

US swine workers at increased risk of infection with swine influenza virus

...hrough meat," Ms. Myers said, so as long as people cook pork thoroughly and practice good handwashing, then pork chops, bacon and ham can stay on the menu. Because pigs are susceptible to human infections, both the pork industry and swine workers could benefit from the establishment of a human influenza v...

Bid to improve diabetes services for South Asians in Britain

...lves the whole family, including those who buy and cook as well as eat the food. Many of the patients were resistant to major dietary changes as they saw the eating of traditional foodstuffs like curries and chapattis as central to the maintenance of their cultural identities. Those in the study also desc...

Nutritious frozen foods can play role in weight-loss programs

...le eat at restaurants rather than take the time to cook at home. Research in other laboratories has shown that people tend to eat the amount of food that they are served, including large restaurant portions. "Many of our subjects said that the study was the kick they needed to think about portion size," H...

Short on time, long on feeling: Study suggests deadlines intensify emotions

...lose colleague's home. The colleague is a very bad cook and burns the dinner. A dessert made and brought by the participant is not much better: It's dry and not at all what was planned. Nonetheless, the two have "a cheerful evening and chat until late into the night." The other half of the participants co...

Study finds maternal exposure to parasitic infection may increase risk of schizophrenia in offspring

...an idea as ever to wash hands before eating and to cook meat thoroughly, these studies are too preliminary to lead to new public health recommendations." The risk of schizophrenia spectrum disorders in the general population is about one percent. The increase related to high toxoplasma antibody suggeste...

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