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BETHESDA, MD - Savory wine and sapid beer all vary in the taste from bottle to bottle. The variety of flavor is attributed to the sensor cells found in taste buds spread throughout your tongue, which recognize 5 basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty,...

 

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Supplements range from Sammy Sosa’s Flintstones vitamins to a pill of Ginkgo biloba. Humans have long recognized the importance of supplementing their diet with important nutrients. As explorers conquered the world in the age of discovery, they...

 

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BETHESDA, MD. A few months ago we explored the topic of antibiotic resistance in some depth. The media has continued to stress our imminent doom that would accompany a post-antibiotic era. However, an additional threat has been on the horizon for...

 

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Every farmer can attest to the benefits of crop rotation. Interestingly, the idea of crop rotation quickly followed the birth of agrarian societies. The Indus Valley Civilization was one of the original cultures to practice crop rotation nearly 4000...

 

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The American dream has remained a tangible goal since James Truslow Adams popularized the idea in the 20th century. His ideal that “America is rich with opportunity for every person regardless of class and each person can fulfill their potential...

 

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