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Let Inga Tell You

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  • Let Inga Tell You: Life with Paleo Guy

    Let Inga Tell You: Life with Paleo Guy

    LET INGA TELL YOU: It has really been only in the most recent history that humans — well, first-world humans anyway — have had the luxury of deciding what they want to eat. This has led to endless debate and virtually no agreement on what constitutes a healthy food regimen. I know a number of people,...

Kitchen Shrink

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  • Kitchen Shrink: Don't be a sap this fall, let maple syrup pour!

    Kitchen Shrink: Don't be a sap this fall, let maple syrup pour!

    KITCHEN SHRINK: Growing up in northeastern Canada, maple syrup — the authentic, really good stuff — practically coursed through my veins. We would not only drench pancakes, waffles and French toast in the liquid gold, but drizzle it on savory dishes as well. But even more fun than eating the blissful...

Frontline Cancer

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  • Frontline Cancer: Cancer Consortium links work of five UC cancer centers

    FRONTLINE CANCER: Among the many ways that cancer can confound successful treatment is its ability to draw upon some of the strengths and defenses of healthy cells and tissues, exploiting them to boost its resistance to therapy and its chances of survival. An unprecedented cancer consortium intends...

Natural La Jolla

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  • Natural La Jolla: African tulip tree stuns with gorgeous blooms

    Natural La Jolla: African tulip tree stuns with gorgeous blooms

    NATURAL LA JOLLA: It's the beginning of fall here in San Diego, but our temperatures are still lovely and warm. This amazing climate allows us to have beautiful flowering trees and shrubs all year round, even as the weather starts to cool. One stunner of a tree is the African tulip tree (Spathodea...

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