Eating red meat linked with higher risk of death in study of 81,469 adults
Scientists have a bone to pick with red meat. Alexander Spitari/Getty Images We've spent a lot of time here at CNET testing the faux meat patties from Impossible Burger and the new pea-rice-bean concoction of Beyond Burger. As it turns out, we might have been doing our bodies a favor. New research, published in the journal The BMJ on Wednesday, shows that increasing red meat consumption is associated with a higher risk of death. Red meat, such as beef, lamb and pork, and processed meats, like sausages and bacon, have been linked with a higher incidence of certain cancers, cardiovascular dis...
Jun 12, 2019 22:29 UTC Nutrition Read More
Austin business works to close employment gap for deaf employees, one virtual mailbox at a time
Scan Mailboxes, an Austin-based virtual mailbox *service*, just scanned their millionth piece of mail this month and celebrated five years in business.
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