Humans developed more adventurous tastes nearly 4 million years ago, but why? Continue reading →
Mother's Day as a holiday is only 105 years old, but moms on the human family tree date back to at least 58 million years ago.
If your heritage is non-African, you are part Neanderthal, according to a new study.
Cooked meat delivers more energy than raw and the way it's prepared (to pound or not to pound) also makes a difference in how it's digested.
Our ancestors in central Africa 3.5 million years ago ate mostly tropical grasses -- only later did we develop a taste for meat.
Turkey is the star food of this week, but tofu-eaters could have a better night after dinner.
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The latest new human, Homo gautengensis, may be the earliest recognized species in our genus, but remains of even older humans and proto-humans await analysis.
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