Obese Children More Affected by Food Ads and More News
In today's Media Mix, how tongues help noses smell, plus why you should keep drinking coffee
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.
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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