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Woman dies after eating mushroom dish at Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain, reports say

The woman reportedly dined on a dish with morel mushrooms, although an official said she could not confirm whether the ingredient was the cause of the woman's illness.(iStock)A Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain remains shuttered as investigators await the autopsy results of a 46-year-old woman who died days after reportedly dining on a mushroom dish and then falling ill.
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Eating This Food Daily Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk By 20 Percent

This study, conducted by researchers at King’s College London, found eating 200 grams (about one cup) of blueberries every day can reduce one’s risk for cardiovascular disease by 20 percent.Those who ate 200 grams of blueberries daily were also able to reduce their systolic blood pressure, and the positive effects were similar to those seen in people taking blood pressure medications.
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Woman Dies, Family Falls Ill After Eating at Michelin-Starred Restaurant in Spain

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Woman Dies, 23 Others Fall Ill After Eating at Michelin-Starred Restaurant
One woman has died and nearly two dozen people have reportedly fallen ill after dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain.Maria Jesus Fernandez Calvo, 46, was celebrating her husband’s birthday with their son at the RiFF restaurant in Valencia Saturday, where she ordered a rice and morchella fungi dish, according to The Telegraph.
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28 Georgia middle students hospitalized after eating Valentine’s Day candy: report

28 students from Atlanta’s Sandtown Middle School said they felt sick after eating Valentine’s Day candy and were rushed to the hospital, officials said.(Google Maps)Nearly 30 Georgia middle school students were sent to the hospital Thursday after ingesting Valentine’s Day candy that reportedly left them feeling “nauseated and disoriented,” school officials said.
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Eating lots of meat tied to higher risk of liver disease

REUTERS/Jean-Paul PelissierResearchers focused on what’s known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which is usually associated with obesity and certain eating habits.While dietary changes are recommended to treat this type of liver disease, research to date hasn’t clearly demonstrated whether these changes can work for prevention.
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Scientists find out the reason behind high risk of obesity in children with ADHD.
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How to help a loved one with binge eating disorder

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How to help a loved one with binge eating disorder
Binge eating disorder can be hard to diagnose.It can also be fairly hard to diagnose binge eating disorder due to the secretive behaviour of people who suffer – they may deny binge episodes and hide food or evidence of a binge.
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Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Could Benefit Your Mental Health

While they were likely most interested in the many positive benefits eating produce has on your physical health, a new study led by the University of Leeds also found that incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet could lead to more positive mental health, too.Researchers took into account other factors that may affect one's mental health such as age, marital status, education, income, employment, consumption of other non-produce foods, and other health and lifestyle habits.
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