Some fitness forums claim human breast milk is a kind of bulk-me-up superfood, but, as ever, science has a few penalty flags to throw at the notion.
Pregnant women get bombarded with advice from friends, strangers, and popular culture at large. Unfortunately, the guidance can be somewhat, well, misguided. Trace looks at some of the key myths pregnant women are likely to encounter.
Coconut oil seems to be all the rage these days. Is there nothing it cannot cure or help? But, sadly, it turns out the wonder oil from this hard-shelled palm tree adornment may be more fad than fantastic.
Kombucha tea has been a faddish drink for the health-conscious for decades. Are its touted benefits the real deal or the stuff of rainbows and unicorns?
What's the hot new food "thing"? Buttered coffee, that's what. Or, that's the idea anyway. Tara has the skinny on a new brew that some think holds promise as a weight-loss and well-being beverage.
The story of an injured young girl being asked to leave a fast-food restaurant has been called a hoax. But its viral spread says a lot about folklore and internet activism. Continue reading →
A health fad called "oil pulling" has gone viral, in which people swish their mouths with oil for better health. Continue reading →
There's a new diet trend that is scientifically proven to help you live a longer and healthier life. It's the increasingly popular "mediterranean diet," and as Laci Green shows us, it's one of the easiest, tastiest diets out there.
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