Round 'em up! Here are this week's top stories about healthy eating and food science.

Also, there will be a quiz.


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Being tired and hungry sure isn't snacktastic. Here's why it's hard to resist snacking when you're tired.

Could we save thousands of lives just by

lowering the price of fresh fruit and veggies? Maybe so.


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A pediatrician offers tips on how to raise a healthy eater.


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For the obese, losing just a little weight can have big health benefits.

Hospitals are keen on probiotics. But where are we with

the science of probiotics and health?


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Got invasive species? Maybe the best way to deal with them is to eat 'em.

Looks like Neanderthals might have been

sparking their own fires not just exploiting wildfires.

Yes, we know we should eat less meat. But

old habits are so hard to break.

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