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Not all of nuts' calories are taken up by the human body; on some of them, the body gets a free pass, according to studies by ARS scientists. Read more
A human nutrition study reaffirmed the health benefits of substituting whole-grain foods like whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, barley, rye, and brown or wild rice for refined-grain products like white bread in the diet. Read
ARS entomologist Steven Cook will be leading a $1 million funded international consortium of scientists to seek new controls for Varroa mites, honey bees' number one problem. More
Read the March 2018 issue of AgResearch magazine online now.