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Open floor plans may make you eat more

New York: If you are planning diet restriction, an “open concept kitchen” with greater visibility and convenience of food access may put a spanner in the works, suggests new research. “The results of our study suggest that the openness of a floor plan, among many other factors, can affect how much we eat,” said Kim

Eating food off the floor is not safe at all

New York: Food, once dropped on the floor, is not safe to eat, however quickly you pick it up, warns a new study that debunks the widely accepted notion that it is all right to scoop up food and eat it within a “safe” five-second window. Moisture, type of surface and contact-time all contribute to