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  1. Chow Line: Get moving, for a lot of reasons

    I know that getting enough exercise is recommended to reduce the risk of heart disease. Is that just because doing so helps you maintain a healthy weight, or is there a separate benefit?
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    Chow Line: Follow produce safety guidelines

    It seems like fresh produce has become more of a food safety problem than it was when I was growing up. Why? And what can I do to reduce my risk?
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    Chow Line: In college? Study labels for calcium

    I just started my first year of college and I’m living away from home for the first time. My mom keeps telling me to watch my diet, especially my calcium intake. Why is she so worried about that?
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    Chow Line: New to pickling? Do your homework

    Our garden is producing an overabundance of cucumbers this year. I thought I might try pickling some of them, but I’m not sure where to start. Any ideas?
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    Chow Line: Dietitians offer guidance on apps

    Everyone I know seems to have a different nutrition app on their smart phone. Where can I find information about whether an app is a good one?
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    Chow Line: Don’t keep sugary beverages at home

    I stopped buying soft drinks to have at home because I’ve read that they are a big reason why so many children are overweight. But my kids said they would stop eating so many snacks if I started buying soda again. Does that sound like an even trade?  
  7. Chow Line: Keep spreading word on food safety (7/26/13)

    Due to my work, I have learned a lot about food safety. But no matter what I say, friends and family think I’m too finicky, and they continue to take what I think are unnecessary risks. How can I get my message across?
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    Chow Line: Zucchini bread is not a vegetable

    We’ve been making (and eating) a lot of zucchini bread lately. Is it as nutritious as I hope it is?
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    Chow Line: Water, weight loss link needs research

    I heard about a study that showed drinking more water can help people lose weight. But I thought that was a myth that had been debunked a long time ago. Can you clarify?
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    Chow Line: Don’t let doggy bag make you sick

    We ate out this weekend, and I got a take-home container for my leftovers. On the way home, we stopped at a store and were there much longer than we anticipated. By the time we got home, it was three hours since we had been served at the restaurant. We refrigerated the leftovers, but should we throw them away instead?

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