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Dr. Tim Says....
I want to tell you that the students here at Tulane are really committed to New Orleans. This is so prevalent after Hurricane Katrina and has become part of the psyche of most folks here. Below is an example of what a couple of smart and dedicated medical students can do.
Mind you, these are first and second year medical students. It's not as if they don't have something that occupies every waking (and sleeping) minute of their day. Medical school is non-stop. When one is a student you are either studying or thinking about studying. It's really hard work.
Jacques and Ryan have led a team of over 30 other students in a fantastic project that you can read about in this article courtesy of the folks at the New Wave email newsletter. Weighing In On Health
This chili can take a lot more heat -- there's not a lot of spice in it. If you like really spicy food, add a few jalapenos or simply increase the amount of cayenne pepper. Personally I like a touch of cinnamon in my chili - 1/8 teaspoon is more than enough.
This recipe is Coumadin (warfarin) safe, low in sodium, lactose-free and gluten-free. It likely too spicy for those with GERD / Acid Reflux. Enjoy!
Geatured Ingredient: Legumes
As with the wide variety of cabbages you can find in the market there are lots of different legumes (some of which you probably didn't think were related to each other).
In botany the term legume has two meanings. Legume is a species of plant, but the term also refers to any fruit that develops seeds lined up in a pod (most often the pod splits open down a seam on one side like "peas in a pod"). Legumes are also known as Pulses. Legumes
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