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Nutrition and Food Science

Microgreens

Making ‘Superfoods’ Prove It

UMD, USDA Researchers Document High Nutrient Levels in Microgreens

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Prosthetic heart valve

UMD Scientists ID Molecular Culprit in Medical Implant Rejections

Cell Signaling System Triggers Scarring, Inflammation When It Detects Mismatch Between Implants and Body Tissues

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Nettle

Exploring the Mettle of Nettle

Project to See if Adding a Common Weed to Your Diet Could Boost Immune System, Fight Obesity

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Biology illustration

Drawing New Ways to Understand Science

Undergrad’s Compulsion to Illustrate Biology Lands Her in Prestigious Scientific Journal

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Plate illustration: vary your vegetables, focus on whole fruits, make half your grains whole grains, rotate your protein routine, move to low-fat or fat-free dairy milk or yogurt (or lactose-free dairy or fortified soy versions), choose foods and beverages with less added sugars, saturated fat and sodium

How to Bite Off What You Can Chew Using New Dietary Guidelines

Don’t Be Intimidated, Beware of Sandwiches and Limit the Alcohol, UMD Expert Says

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Salmonella in petri dish

How AI Tactics May Spare Your GI Tract

NIFA Grant Supports New Approach to Fight Foodborne Illness

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Milk on shelves at store

Feeding the Body of Knowledge on Food Labeling

Researchers Call for Collaboration Across Fields to Reduce Waste by Using Science to Clarify, Regulate Dates on Products

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Lettuce with Petri dish

Plasma Protection from Foodborne Illness

New in-Home Sanitation Method Could Eliminate Bacteria From Food With Electrified Air

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