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Drug trafficking via Internet a growing threat

... to track packages of pills. American dealers swap recipes for amphetamines in restricted-access chat rooms. ...y-causing explosions and fires. “In the past, drug recipes were closely guarded secrets, but with modern computer technology and chemists’ increasing willingne...

Feast Of The East a gastronomic tour-de-force

...usually brought home a treasury of ingredients and recipes to enrich their tables. Thus, cuisines enlarged their gastronomical vocabulary, morphed and became more interesting," Li pointed out. Li partnered fellow Chinese Liang of the ITC Sonar Bangla in Kolkata and Thai chef Sampang of the ITC Grand Maratha...

Valley's Winters - Time For Nostalgia And Salt Tea

Srinagar: Traditional recipes - with chicken and turnips - and folk tales weave a blanket of warmth over Jammu and Kashmir during the cold winter days // . 'Rooster and turnip cooked over a simmering fire a whole night in an earthen vessel tickles the taste-buds with its rich ar...

New 'PPUD Syndrome' Prevalent Among Indian Doctors In Britain

...thing they can get and can be seen cooking strange recipes in the single pan they own. They lose weight. Muskoskeletal deformities: For example, 11th nerve palsy, resulting in drooping of the shoulders; seventh nerve palsy, resulting in expressionless face and inability to smile; disturbed gait; and kyphos...

Low Salt Diet Is Heart Friendly

... cooks at the retirement home to tinker with their recipes a bit. Specifically, they told two of the five kitchens to replace regular salt with potassium-enriched salt. A total of 768 veterans ate from the kitchen using potassium-enriched salt. Another 1,213 veterans got their food from kitchens using regula...

Salt Substitute Could Cut Heart Disease Risk

... cooks at the retirement home to tinker with their recipes a bit. Specifically they told two of the five kitchens to replace regular salt with potassium-enriched salt. A total of 768 veterans ate from the kitchens using potassium-enriched salt. Another 1,213 veterans got their food from kitchens using regu...

New Studies On Zebrafish Could Aid in Treating Birth Defects

...ped kitchen and realizes there all these wonderful recipes that he can prepare!" The researchers explored the effect on embryo development of varying the amount of copper available and disabling different pieces of the molecular mechanisms that cells use to handle this potentially toxic material. The conse...

Center for Celiac Disease Opens

...ation about the latest gluten-free restaurants and recipes is shared. The Center also provides comprehensive family screenings and support and direction to advocate for gluten-free menu items in the children’s schools.” Soure-Newswise SRM...

After Smoking, Trans Fats Next on New York’s Hit Lis

... this proposal cooks will be forced to discard old recipes and scrutinize every ingredient in their pantry. It could even translate into a fine for a restaurant if the wrong type of vegetable shortening was found on its shelves. Fast food McDonald's french fries, Kentucky Fried Chicken and several varieti...

Computer Tool Predicts Effectiveness Of Microbicides

... predict the effectiveness of various microbicidal recipes in destroying human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) before it reaches vulnerable body tissues. Using the tool, the researchers have determined that a thin, long-lasting coating of microbicide delivered to susceptible tissues in a woman's vagina can si...

Scientists Uncover Complex Workings of Sperm

...aying. The scientists plan to unlock the protein recipes of the sperm of different species including human. Until now, scientists have only known about a handful of proteins that are part of the assemblage of biological molecules, which make up a sperm cell. Source-IANS...

Don’t Let Eggs Harm You- Follow Egg Safety Rule

...have been treated to destroy Salmonella for making recipes that require raw or undercooked eggs, like eggnog. About 118,000 cases per year are reported caused by consumption of eggs contaminated with SE. FDA insists that the following statement be pasted on packages of fresh eggs that have not been treat...

Campaign Aims To Improve Nutrition Among Hispanics

...geles, Miami and New York. The guide also includes recipes for healthier versions of some traditional Latin-American dishes. LNC manager Liz Mintz said, "We're trying to get people talking about what we should be eating and to focus on more traditional and healthier foods, rather than big quantities of ch...

Chocolate-makers Reverse Decision to Go for Animal Enzyme

...mers." Now it insists it will begin changing its recipes back immediately. Dr Annette Pinner, chief executive of the Vegetarian Society, said she was pleased Mars had been "honest enough" to admit it had "made a mistake". "A Masterfoods representative has made contact with us and we are very pleased th...

Campaign Aims To Improve Nutrition Among Hispanics

...geles, Miami and New York. The guide also includes recipes for healthier versions of some traditional Latin-American dishes. LNC manager Liz Mintz said, "We're trying to get people talking about what we should be eating and to focus on more traditional and healthier foods, rather than big quantities of ch...

Pureed Products Unnecessary and Harmful for Babies UK Expert

...ants. "Generations of parents have relied on these recipes to provide safe nutrition with a wide variety of textures - from purees that are easy to suck straight from a spoon to soft lumps that encourage chewing."...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

...or during banquets to perfume the room." Ancient recipes from the 17th and 18th centuries mention "salads of flowers" and nature's spring creations traditionally have served to decorate plates. But while flowers have long been used in sweets and health products "there was never a proper school of cooking f...

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