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Mothers Search for New Sources of Breast Milk

After San Diego mother Sarah McNeill researched the health properties of breast milk, she wanted those benefits for her baby. "Just because he was adopted, my little one should not have to miss out on the antibodies and the health that breast milk provides," she said. But McNeill wasn't producing her own milk, so two months before her adopted baby was born she began searching for an alternate supply.

Taste Tricks

Bitterness is in. Lately customers at Studio, a French-Mediterranean restaurant in Laguna Beach, California, have been ordering more frisee salads, endive, dark chocolate gateaux and strong coffee, says executive chef James Boyce. "Years ago, we didn't see a lot of that," he says.

Hamburgers: To Zap Or Not To Zap?

A dangerous quarter-pounder is as un-American as a murderous Mickey Mouse. Witness the reaction to last summer's ground-beef recall after the E. coli outbreak at Hudson Foods.

No Magic Bullet

INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND OUTBREAK INVESTIGATIONS Combine both excitement and frustration. Our 1980 investigation of toxic-shock syndrome in menstruating women led us to a previously unrecognized risk associated with high-absorbency tampons.

Trendy - But Is It Safe

WITH EVERY NEW outbreak of a foodborne disease, the local megasupermarket seems a little darker, a little more foreboding. Couple that apprehension with Americans' growing interest in nutrition and fitness, and anything that looks like it's good for you can't help but seem more appealing.

Betting On A Guilt-Free Egg

You've heard about rot-resistant tomatoes and hormone-enriched cattle. How about high-tech eggs? Scientists have scrambled for years to invent a healthier version of the much-maligned breakfast food-and now, the race is over.

Betting On A Guilt-Free Egg

You've heard about rot-resistant tomatoes and hormone-enriched cattle. How about high-tech eggs? Scientists have scrambled for years to invent a healthier version of the much-maligned breakfast food-and now, the race is over.