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Purdue food and nutrition scientist Mario Ferruzzi says that nursing women can boost the carotenoid
A Purdue University-led analysis of breast milk concludes that levels of health-promoting compounds known as carotenoids differ by country, with the U.S. lagging behind China and Mexico, a reflection of regional dietary habits.
A Purdue University study sheds light on how cell damage is reversed by the cancer drug decitabine and identifies a potential biomarker that could indicate a patient's stage of cancer and response to treatment.
Reyna Bracamontes of Frankfort arrived in Clinton County nearly 10 years ago. She earned her GED wit
Purdue Extension-Clinton County serves its growing Latino population by providing a variety of educational programs. Learn how one volunteer learned from Purdue Extension and shared her knowledge with others.
Thanksgiving turkey
Thanksgiving holiday food shoppers will find adequate supplies of turkeys but at higher prices, depending on the type and whether grocers pass the increases on to customers or eat the loss themselves, a Purdue University agricultural economist says.
Friend of Extension: Ken Huseman, Lake County
Ken Huseman of Lake County has been chosen as the 2014 Friend of Purdue Extension for his commitment to supporting and promoting the program nationally and locally.
Jill Overton, food service director for Franklin Community Schools, can't overstate the case for foo
Jill Overton has more than 4,000 reasons to think about food safety - that's how many meals cafeteria staff at Franklin Community Schools prepare each school day. She turned to Purdue Extension for food safety workshops to train her staff.
Researchers Yang Yang, left, and Cary Mitchell.
Lowering temperatures for two hours each day reduces the height of corn without affecting its seed yield, a Purdue study shows, a technique that could be used to grow crops in controlled-environment facilities in caves and former mines.

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