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    Streakmachine - ADN, present and future?

    There has been a lot of debate and talk about App.Net (abbreviated ADN throughout the rest of this article) and the possible future of the network and service following [http://blog.app.net/2014/05/06/app-net-state-of-the-union/](the blog post) by its…

     
  8. Children consuming a Mediterranean diet are 15 percent less likely to be overweight
    — Of course, it all depends on what you mean by a Mediterranean diet.
     
  9. In a recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition, IFPRI researchers Jef Leroy, Marie Ruel, and co-authors found that growth faltering, a consequence of chronic undernutrition, does not slow down after the child’s second birthday as generally believed, but continues well past that time. In fact, the study showed that nearly one-third of the total height deficit (30%) at the age of 5 is accumulated after the age of 2, that is, after the 1000 day window.
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    Beyond 1000 Days: New Study Shows that Growth Faltering in Children Continues after Two Years of Age

    Seriously, did anyone honestly think that 1000 days was more than a nice, round number?

     
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    All you ever wanted to know about Making Kaymak the Old-Fashioned Way, from Culinary Backstreets.

    All you ever wanted to know about Making Kaymak the Old-Fashioned Way, from Culinary Backstreets.