Sugar-sweetened beverages contribute to death, obesity and heart disease.
From cinnamon to thyme to rosemary, some of your favorite spices could offer more to your day than just a nice bit of flavor.
With the amount of sugar in soft drinks, does it make any sense to try to curb their consumption with a tax? Laci looks into the issue.
At New York's Kingsford Invitational, Trace got to interview some top BBQ chefs, in search of clues about how to get the most out of the barbecuing experience.
Getting your kabob on wheels is just as safe -- or safer -- as buying it at the kabob shop, suggests a survey of safety inspections in major cities.
When you're feeling lousy, the temptation is often to hit your favorite yummy food -- pizza, ice cream, whatever perks you up! But it turns out you might not be getting the boost you thought you would. Tara explains.
Laci takes a look at some recent studies that say red wine could be totally faking it, at least as far as having health benefits goes.
We've known for awhile that when beer is poured, gases dissolve and make tiny bubbles that create a foam at the top. Now scientists have sipped from the fountain of knowledge and learned the secret to beer's thickness.