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'Serving Up Science’ from WKAR and Michigan State University explores the reasons behind the recipe and offers tasty tips on your favorite foods

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Energy is inherently related to every significant challenge of the 21st century: water scarcity, inequality, national security and agriculture. On this episode of Serving Up Science, Sheril Kirshenbaum speaks with Dr. Michael Webber, the Chief Science and Technology Officer at the global energy and infrastructure services company ENGIE.

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Students with food allergies will soon have a new place to dine on Michigan State University's campus.

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Detroit-area Roman Catholics have one more dining option during Lent than most other followers of the faith. The culinary appeal of that item, however, is up for debate.

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Most people know the four main senses of taste: sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. But there’s also a fifth sense, which is more complex. Umami.

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Today's Fit Fridays with Blessed Body Training founder Johnny Lewis details different ab workouts that will help you get that summer 6-pack, as well as the health benefits of pineapple! 


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Johnny Lewis dives into the intimidation that may affect some people when going to the gym, providing tips on how to get fit in the comfort of your home. Also, yummy post-workout smoothies are on the menu! 

A Michigan-based bar and restaurant chain says it's changing the name of its "Crack Fries" to "Cosmik Fries" to distance itself from a word associated with the drug epidemic.

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Johnny Lewis tells you how to make your workouts fun and provides a way to keep your New Year's party healthy. 

  

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Brushing and flossing are both vital for maintaining strong teeth, but there are more ways to keep your mouth, and your body, healthy. One way is being mindful of what you eat. On this episode of Serving Up Science, science writer Sheril Kirshenbaum and WKAR's Karel Vega speak with Dr. Jason Mashni about oral health.


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