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TNTennessee (US postal abbreviation)
TNTon
TNTrue North
TNTown
TNTrain
TNTechnical Note
TNTonga
TNTrade Name
TNTelephone Number
TNTunisia (ISO country code, top level domain)
TNTotal Nitrogen
TNTrento (Trentino Alto Adige, Italy)
TNTelnet
TNTamil Nadu (state in India)
TNTraveler's Notebook
TNTeilnehmer (German: Participant)
TNTransaction Number
TNTerranova
TNTwisted Nematic
TNTransposon
TNAir Tahiti Nui (airline code)
TNTed Nugent (rock artist)
TNTrigeminal Neuralgia
TNTonbridge (postcode, United Kingdom)
TNTrade NAFTA
TNThermonuclear
TNTech Net
TNTarget Number (gaming)
TNTech N9ne (rapper)
TNTrue Negative
TNTrack Number
TNTele Noticias (Spanish: Tele News; Argentina)
TNTree Nut
TNTerminal Number
TNThoron (Thorium emanation)
TNTomato Nation (advice column)
TNTrue Neutral (gaming)
TNTracor Northern
TNTransneft (Russian oil transportation and pipeline construction company)
TNTerra Nuova
TNTipperary North (Ireland)
TNTubular Nylon
TNTransport Node
TNThomson Newspapers
TNTheoretical Novelty (Chess)
TNTrack Newsletter (periodical)
TNTranslators Notes
TNTDRSS Network
TNTraction Norvège (Norwegian automobile club)
TNThermoplastic Nitrile
TNTechnonikol Ltd. (building systems producing and distributing)
TNTASDAC Node
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Washington, April 13 ( ANI ): Consumption of tree nut (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) may lower risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, researchers suggest.
In addition, tree nut consumers had higher levels of HDL-C and folate and lower levels of C-reactive protein and homocysteine, all of which are important indicators of heart health.
Tree nuts long have been known to improve cholesterol levels, but new research shows that eating as little as one ounce (30g) daily can lower your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Adults and children correctly could identify, on average, fewer than half of an assortment of the peanuts and tree nuts that are among the most common food allergens in the U.
5 g) extracted from ground and tree nut samples at different time intervals was dissolved in 1 mL of 2-propanol, vortexed for 5 min and were directly injected into high performance liquid chromatograph.
The most common foods children are allergic to are: cow's milk, hen's eggs, peanut, tree nut (e.
12 October 2010 - California-based Diamond Foods, a leading US producer of nut snacks and owner of Kettle Chips, is expecting that the 2010 California tree nut crop will be the largest in history.
The nutting season for this particular tree nut is August-September in the southern part of its range, September-October most places, and stretching into November in the northern areas.
WASHINGTON -- Among children with reported food allergies, peanut and tree nut allergy were significantly associated with having asthma, even after adjusting for several confounding factors.
We did this in response to parents of children with nut allergies and others who wrote to us with safety concerns, as severe allergic reactions can occur from peanut and tree nut dust.
Researchers say that a natural compound, an antioxidant known as caffeic acid, prevents Aspergillus flavus fungus from producing aflatoxins when a tree nut produces an oxidant to fight off this invader.
E's article on peanut and tree nut allergies ("Going Nuts," Eating Right, July/August 2005) failed to warn parents that children with nut allergies are at risk of severe--even fatal--reactions to soy.