From cinnamon to thyme to rosemary, some of your favorite spices could offer more to your day than just a nice bit of flavor.
If you were already having a good day, it just got better: Dark chocolate is good for you! So long as it's dark (not milk) and consumed in moderation, the joyous cocoa goodness has health benefits aplenty.
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.
Worldwide, more than 20 million children suffer from malnutrition, and some of the effects of the ordeal are irreversible.
A look at 50,000-year-old Neanderthal poop in Spain shows these early humans were omnivorous.
Trace recently attended the 2nd Annual Kingsford Invitational in New York, and he got an answer to the question that's been eating away at us all: Is grilling something different from barbecuing it?
Your tongue can detect all kinds of things -- sweets, sours, salts. But does it know when some high-energy carbs are on the way to your tummy?
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