A survey of medical advice offered on TV talk shows finds that much of the information is not based in science. Continue reading →
When you lose weight, where does it go? Turns out, most of it is exhaled.
Scientists are discovering that neurological changes that create addictive brains can begin at a very young age, while the brain is still developing. What does that mean for children and sweets? Could some of them be addicted to sugar?
Want to be a better burner of all those calories you regret taking in? Maybe compressing your eating into a 8-12 hour window could help. Catie Wayne has the results of a study on how time windows affect our ability to process food.
We farm plants and other animals, so why not fish? But are today's fish farms doing their best to keep their manufactured catch good for us and the fish? Trace looks into the good, bad and ugly behind fish farms.
Sleep science takes a turn for the paradoxical, as new research shows your 20-30 minute power nap can be greatly enhanced by coffee, of all things.
Eggs are working hard to put their bad rap behind them, as evidence increasingly places the LDL problem at the feet of dietary fat and not cholesterol. Matt Lieberman talks up a new study extolling the benefits of a daily egg or three.
If an asteroid strikes or a nuclear winter ensues, survivors could live on at least 10 foods that in some cases may seem gross but are all nutritious.
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