The manufacturer of a coffee bean extract promoted on 'The Dr. Oz' show has been fined $9 million for false claims and deceptive practices. Continue reading →
Airlines have heard your mockery and are starting to apply scientific research to how they cook and serve their in-flight meals. If you've ever wondered, NOT in jest, why airplane food leaves something to be desired, here's why.
Kids in the United States eat so much pizza that some researchers now argue the food should join the ranks of sugary drinks and fast foods.
Kale, kale, kale. It's everywhere! Fashionable though it may be, is it really all that and more, nutrients-wise? A new CDC report takes kale and other leafy greens out for a dietary spin.
The calorie counting system nutritionists use today is more than 100 years old and doesn't take into account cooked vs. uncooked foods. So the calorie counts we see on labels don't really tell the whole story.
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?
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