Chinese Internet search giant Baidu has invented chopsticks that tell consumers whether the food in front of them is safe to eat.
Trace breaks down how a microwave keeps our popcorn 'a-poppin' and also delivers the skinny on whether or not standing near one will give us cancer.
At this restaurant, the staff is mechanical. They greet customers, deliver dishes to tables and even stir-fry food in the kitchen.
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.
In several species of shark, levels of toxic chemicals found to be 10 times higher than what's considered safe.
Flies drop dead after consuming a popular sugar substitute, suggesting that the common sweetener is a potent insecticide. Continue reading →
It's obviously disgusting to contemplate -- who wants to see hair in their food? -- but is the occasional stray follicle in a plate of foodstuff really going to harm you?
But still, drinkers in the Americas imbibe less than Canadians or Russians, says a WHO survey.
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