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Female pioneers, Duke University gastroenterologist Deborah Fisher, MD, and engineering professor Sonia Grego, PhD, have invented Smart Toilets enabled with artificial intelligence that can analyze stool samples for signs of bleeding, infections, and chronic inflammation. The technology can be retrofitted within the pipes of an existing...

The ALLIS Sensor is a new device to check your food for hidden gluten. The name ALLIS comes from a combination of two words: Allergen plus Analysis The ALLIS sensor has 3 simple steps after you download the ALLIS Sensor App onto your smartphone. The ALLIS Sensor not...

The pigment that gives fruits and vegetables their bright colors, help keep your body healthy! Red for your heart Orange for your eyesYellow for immunity Green for your bonesBlue for your brainPurple for digestion In this nutrition lesson for kids, Maggie Neola, RD, talks about how all of the...

#1 School Lunch Tip: Swap that sugary drink for WATER. For children, the number one source of added sugar is not what they eat, it is what they drink! Children who drink more than 10% of their daily calories ​from added sugars are more likely to have:  higher...

After an unusual last year school, it is so exciting to see our children returning back to school in person this fall! Backpacks come in all sorts of styles, colors, fabrics and designs. Kids really look forward to showing their personality through their backpack.   Wearing a backpack...