When hizzoner left an NYU-owned home after leaving office, one lucky professor took it over -- and she hasn't left yet.
Predicting a 2013 filled with soda bans and genetically modified salmon
We should be allowed to be more aware of what we're taking in.
Where we stand on stoplight labeling
As Richmond prepares to vote on a soda tax, does revealing funding sources prevent "effective communication"?
Why would a city government think that food regulation promotes health when any one of them is so easy to evade?
Lawyers for VITAMINWATER® dig up months-old articles about the company to fix a spelling error.
It's all well and good to check your food with a thermometer, but meat and poultry ought to be clean before you even leave the supermarket.
The House version of the farm bill would slash $16 billion from SNAP -- more than 3.5 times the amount proposed in the Senate
When you buy cigarettes and junk food, you wind up paying twice: once for the goods, and once again for the health problems the companies create but don't help fix.
It's hard to know if the small doses of pesticides we receive from fruits and vegetables are harmful.
Left to their own devices, people have little hope of resisting the daily bombardment of soda advertising on television, billboards, and the Internet.
The Affordable Care Act promises to bring better nutritional labeling to restaurant menus.
A lab-controlled study finds high-fat, low-carb diets to be effective in staving off weight loss. But how about in the real world?
Good dental care helps insulate Americans from junk food-related tooth decay. But in a country like El Salvador, where access to care is limited, it's a different story.
The American Medical Association's position on genetically modified foods doesn't make sense.
The Senate's passed its version of the thousand-page bill. So, now what?
Why the Senate voted down an amendment to protect SNAP, the federal food assistance program
Which amendments to the farm bill passed, and which ones failed? Here's a list to help you keep track.
A series of important votes will soon determine which stakeholders benefit the most from this year's agriculture bill.