Web links to stories issued December 7 - December 11, 2015
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December 11, 2015
How Coffee Berry Borers Survive on Caffeine
A USDA scientist and his colleagues have discovered the bacteria in the gut allows the coffee berry borer to survive on a caffeine-rich diet that is lethal to other insects. (12/8)
Confirming Nutrient Content of Supplements
A database released by the USDA and NIH validates the accuracy of label-reported ingredient levels of popular dietary supplements. (12/10)
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