New analysis shows more than 700 over the counter supplements over the past decade had either potentially harmful or undeclared drugs in them.
There's a diet myth out there that caffeine can curb appetite, but a new study found drinking caffeine has less impact than we may have thought.
Scientists analyzed the microbiome in the iceman's stomach to reconstruct his last meal and found almost half of it was fat.
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers found American toddlers are consuming too much added sugar.
The Day Ahead looks at the many factors playing a role in why people all over the country are switching to a vegan lifestyle.
Consumers want to know how many calories they're eating, but very few actually change their orders.
After years of delays, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is rolling out a national menu-labeling initiative.
After soda and other beverages were taxed more, Philadelphians were less likely to drink sugary drinks every day, according to a new study.
Scientists are developing ways to make real meat with no animals involved.
Researchers found that the spread of breast cancer was greatly reduced when asparagine, a protein building block, was removed from a diet.
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