DNA Analysis Could Help Improve Your Workout – Study

(Reuters) – New study suggests athletes using DNA-matched training improved their performance almost three times more than those on mismatched programmes. Edward Baran reports.   Reigning Olympic long jump champion Greg

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Electric Fork Tricks Taste Buds Into Salty Sensation

(Reuters) Japanese researchers develop a prototype electric fork that uses an electric current to stimulate the sense of salt on the tongue. Roselle Chen reports. Many people need to cut

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How Can Chemistry Help Prevent Another Flint Water Crisis?

WASHINGTON, March 24, 2016 (ACS) How often do you use water from your tap? Do you trust it? Residents of Flint, Michigan, don’t, and they have a good reason. How

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Pulled Oats to Take Bite Out of Meat Substitute Market

(Reuters) A Finnish food start-up has developed a meat substitute food product they call “pulled oats”, a plant-based product made of oats and beans. Matthew Stock reports.   It looks

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