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Vitamin A (INACTIVE)

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  • EATINGWELL: Broccoli, Ham and Cheese Quiche

    EATINGWELL: Broccoli, Ham and Cheese Quiche
    This quiche recipe is full of broccoli, Cheddar cheese and smoky ham surrounded by a crispy hash brown crust. Look for precooked shredded potatoes in the dairy section or in the produce section--or use frozen hash brown potatoes in this easy quiche...
  • EATINGWELL: Broccoli and Tortellini Salad with Arugula Pesto

    A quick homemade arugula pesto dresses this simple broccoli and tortellini salad recipe. Serve with fresh sliced tomatoes drizzled with olive oil. Broccoli and Tortellini Salad with Arugula Pesto Yield: 6 servings, about 1 1/3 cups each Active Time: 30...
  • Top foods to help protect your vision

    You'll want to concentrate on yellow and orange fruits and vegetables, plus egg yolks and fatty, cold-water fish. When it comes to protecting your vision, what you eat may affect what you see. Certain vitamins and minerals found in food may play a role...
  • Get to know your food labels

    You can ignore the carb counts, but pay strict attention to serving size, calories, and fat types. One of the keys to making better choices in your diet is learning to read a food label—not marketing promises such as "high fiber" and "heart healthy,"...
  • EATINGWELL: Honey-Sweetened Cherry Pie

    This cherry pie recipe is pure magic. If you can't find sour cherries, don't fret -- it's also delicious with sweet cherries. The filling has a hint of clove and honey, which gives it a novel flavor. Serve this cherry pie with your favorite light...
  • Sommer, former Hopkins dean, to accept prize in Israel

    Sommer, former Hopkins dean, to accept prize in Israel
    Alfred Sommer, a former Johns Hopkins University dean who discovered the importance of vitamin A in preventing child blindness, will accept an award Sunday in Israel honoring his contributions to preventive medicine. Sommer was chosen as a laureate of...
  • EATINGWELL: Scallops and Sweet Peas

    Large, sweet sea scallops marry well with peas and thyme adds a contrasting herbal note. Scallops and Sweet Peas Makes 4 servings. Active Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes 1 tablespoon dried thyme leaves 2 cups shelled fresh peas (3 pounds...
  • New cancer tools allow patients to reconsider chemo

    New cancer tools allow patients to reconsider chemo
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - After decades of using one-size-fits-all therapies to combat cancer, doctors are using new tools to help decide when their patients can skip chemotherapy or other harsh treatments. An approach to oncology that has been in place...
  • Asparagus is a healthful spring veggie

    Asparagus belongs to the lily family together with onions, leeks and garlic. The vegetable exists in three colors: green, white and purple. The green and most common type is slightly sweet in flavor with a tender and crisp texture. Asparagus is rich...
  • EATINGWELL: Asparagus-Goat Cheese Souffles

    Puffy and warm, these asparagus-goat cheese soufflés are the essence of spring. Serve them alongside a big salad with a tangy vinaigrette for a light supper or a special brunch. Though these are wonderful either way, the addition of truffle oil is...
  • EATINGWELL: Chicken and White Bean Salad

    EATINGWELL: Chicken and White Bean Salad
    Zucchini and celery give this chicken-and-bean salad a nice crunch. We like serving it over a bed of slightly bitter escarole and radicchio, but any type of salad greens will work. Chicken and White Bean Salad Makes 4 servings, about 2 cups each....