For many years there has been debate about whether or not climate change is actually happening. Is global warming a reality, and is it caused by humans?
Learn all about international food standards from the Codex Alimentarius.
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New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his intent to ban sales of super-sized sugary sodas; the debate continues on how to best change society’s big, bad habits.
Get grilling to kick off summer or take it to the grass with some healthy, crowd-pleasing picnic treats.
Try some natural solutions for seasonal allergy relief without the side effects.
Learn how to clean your reusable water bottles to keep bacteria at bay.
New studies show that physical exercise can make our minds more nimble.
More reasons to limit soda intake for kids, and some healthier alternatives.
Resistance to antimicrobials is making it harder for our immune systems to fight common infection.
Use this simple, time-tested freshness test.
Which wines are best, and why?
Learn how to protect babies and children from the common yet preventable dangers that can lead to kidney damage.
Shark cartilage, a popular dietary supplement promoted as a cancer fighter and a remedy for joint and bone problems gained worldwide popularity since the 1992 best-selling book Sharks Don’t Get Cancer. But new scientific findings indicate that shark cartilage contains potentially toxic compounds. Read more ➞