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–Will a gluten-sniffing digital device change the way allergy sufferers dine out? Food & Wine investigates. –Has generation X been overlooked? London-based The Midult is bringing a fresh...
...Nielsen, households managing a chronic condition (including lactose intolerance, gluten allergies and diabetes) spend more on food purchases. The 16 million American households managing diabetes, for example, spend 6% more...
...moonshot would be: What if we could make illness a choice? Chronic disease is something that no one should ever have. Diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune diseases, allergies, eczemas—all of them...
...to in-car technology. –comScore reports that Latin America is the globe’s most “socially engaged” region, with nearly 100 percent of the Internet population visiting social sites each month. -With allergies...
...consumers safe from dirty air, the company behind the device has a wider social mission. It’s partnering with the Asthma and Allergies Network to study the link between air quality...
...a temporary tattoo to raise awareness of soba allergies. (The popular buckwheat-based noodle is a common food allergy in Japan.) With a depreciating yen, more tourists than ever are visiting...
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