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.
Everyone metabolizes food differently, so what's healthy for one person might be unhealthy for the next.
Better eating habits can improve health and reduce the chance of premature death, but few Americans are taking the message to heart. Continue reading →
A whopping two-thirds of these foods contained human DNA, while 10 percent contained traces of meat.
Americans love their veggies! Wait, no they don't. Unless we're talking pizza sauce and processed potato products. Where's the love for leafy greens, and are farmers even producing enough of the good-for-you foods we all need?
Would it surprise you to know that a peanut butter and jelly sandwich isn't THAT much better for a hungry kid than a cheeseburger? Unpack your lunchbox while DNews breaks down the innards of the old lunchtime staple: the PB&J.
Attorneys General from several states have launched a crackdown on unregulated herbal supplements.
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.
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