Do we judge chocolate by its wrapper?

Packaging is the first impression consumers have of food products that influences the likelihood of purchasing. A new study in the journal Heliyon, published by Elsevier, evaluates the effect of chocolate packaging design on sensory liking and willingness to purchase. Researchers found that participants expressed stronger emotional associations with the packaging than they did from tasting the chocolate. The study […]

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Cancer risk: Many lip balms contain cancer-causing ingredients

Lip care with cancer-causing Petroleum hydrocarbons In the cold Season due to the weather, often dry or bleeding lips. To prevent, many people to lip balms. Some of these products have health hazards, however. Harmful substances in lip care For many people, it is, of course, to always have a balm for your lips. Studies have shown, however, that some […]

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Immigration to the United States changes a person’s microbiome

Researchers at the University of Minnesota and the Somali, Latino, and Hmong Partnership for Health and Wellness have new evidence that the gut microbiota of immigrants and refugees rapidly Westernize after a person’s arrival in the United States. The study of communities migrating from Southeast Asia to the U.S., published November 1 in the journal Cell, could provide insight into […]

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