Obese Children More Affected by Food Ads and More News
Today on The Daily Meal
- Cook and Janitor of Nursing Home Kept Working without Pay Because 'If We Left, They Wouldn't Have Nobody'
- Outpouring of Appreciation for Cook and Janitor Who Stayed Behind at Shuttered Nursing Home (and How You Can Help)
- McDonald’s Hires Ex-MythBuster to Improve Self-Image
- 8 Irish Whiskies Beyond Jameson
- America’s Unhealthiest Fast Foods
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Sandwiches for Sandy Help: No. 7 Sub has asked three chefs (including Jean-Georges Vongerichten and April Bloomfield) to create fancy sandwiches, with proceeds going to Hurricane Sandy relief. [NY Times]
Tongues vs. Nose: We all know that smells definitely help people taste, but new research indicates that the tongue also helps a nose smell. More reason to experiment with cheese. [Washington Post]
Why You Should Keep Drinking Coffee: Despite plenty of studies about the pros and cons of drinking coffee, the bottom line is people who drink more coffee tend to live longer. Good news for us. [The Atlantic]
Obese Children Affected by Ads: According to new research, children who are obese might be more susceptible to food advertising, upping brand recognition and loyalty. [HuffPo]
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