On Wednesday, August 30, 2006. Jillian Kohl, a thrifty graduate student at the time, ate a spinach salad. Several days later the 24-year-old marathon runner began feeling ill and called her mother, who recommended resting.
Alexa Nemeth and is currently a student at Washington State University majoring in Pre-Law Political Science with minors in Philosophy and Business Administration. She is originally from Seattle and hopes to attend law school there; currently she is interested in pursuing Health Law. Alexa is a junior and will be applying to law schools next fall. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity for women and is involved in many on campus activities including Pre-law Society. Her favorite activity is running.
It isn’t uncommon for home gardeners in older cities to find a significant amount of lead in their backyard soil, so many build raised beds and bring in freshly composted soil to avoid the problem.
A Kansas State University epidemiologist has received a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to improve food safety by managing antibiotic resistance in beef and dairy cattle.
H. Morgan Scott, a professor
With research suggesting that diets with inadequate sodium-to-magnesium and sodium-to-potassium ratios may be as much of a problem as diets with too much sodium, the Scoular Company has created Smart Salt, a product it says