Food Expiration Dates Don’t Have Much Science Behind Them – a Food Safety Researcher Explains Another Way to Know What’s Too Old to Eat
Americans throw away a lot of food that is perfectly safe to eat
Beer and Spirits Have More Detrimental Effects on the Waistline and on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Than Red or White Wine
A new study looks at how various alcohol types contribute to weight gain and disease risk
Along with calories and nutrients, food can influence the genetic blueprints that shape who you are
Complications during pregnancy are far from temporary when it comes to your health, but there are things you can do to reduce your risk
What’s the Difference Between Sugar, Other Natural Sweeteners and Artificial Sweeteners? A Food Chemist Explains Sweet Science
Sugar is just one of many flavor enhancers used to sweeten foods and beverages. Which one should you choose?
Colorful Sweets May Look Tasty, but Some Researchers Question Whether Synthetic Dyes May Pose Health Risks to Your Colon and Rectum
Sixty percent of the Standard American Diet consists of ultra-processed food, which isn’t great for colon health. Researchers are looking into whether artificial food colors play a role.
Leading scientists from around the globe identified unhealthy diets as a greater risk to human health than unsafe sex and alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined
Companies Are Pushing Sweetened Drinks to Children Through Advertising and Misleading Labels – and Families Are Buying
Communities of color and lower-income communities drink relatively more sugary drinks than other groups, which contributes to the disparities in diet-related disease
Conversación sobre la salud: Preguntas para su proveedor de servicios médicos sobre la artritis psoriásica
Obtenga más información y actúe más rápidamente para tener mejores resultados con la artritis psoriásica
Contrary to all the hype that everyone needs more protein, most Americans get twice as much as they need