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    Chow Line: New tool offers chefs guidance on food safety

    As a food blogger, I’ve written my own recipes before, but I’m wondering how I can incorporate the most updated food safety information into those recipes. Do you have any advice for me?
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    Chow Line: Considering a gluten-free diet?

    I am thinking about removing gluten from my diet. Is there anything that I need to consider before making that decision?
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    Chow Line: CDC: Avoid “zombie” deer meat

    I keep hearing about “zombie deer.” What is that?
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    Chow line: Modeling healthy eating is beneficial to children

    My little boy is at the age where he has decided he does not like to eat vegetables. As a parent, how can I instill better eating habits in my child?
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    Chow Line: Understanding symptoms of food poisoning

    How do I know if I have food poisoning?
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    Chow Line: Some raw turkey products linked to ongoing salmonella outbreak

    I just heard that some raw turkey products have been linked to a salmonella outbreak. How can I protect myself from developing a salmonella infection from raw turkey?
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    Chow Line: Dietary supplements to gain increased federal scrutiny

    I’ve been thinking about adding a dietary supplement as part of my daily routine. But I’m not sure how or if dietary supplements are regulated.
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    Chow Line: Understanding the new food nutrition labels

    What are some of the changes I can expect to see on the new food nutrition labels?
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    Chow Line: Protecting yourself from hepatitis A

    I just heard about a recent health warning advising people who had visited a central Ohio restaurant last month to get a hepatitis A vaccine. What is hepatitis A, and why would people who were at the restaurant need a vaccine?  
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    Chow Line: Prep and freeze food for later use in oven, slow cooker

    When I get home from work some nights, I am exhausted and simply don’t feel like cooking. Any tips on what I can do to still eat healthy those nights without having to go out to eat or spend a lot of time making a meal?