The compound resveratrol, believed to benefit longevity and heart health for its antioxidant properties, seemed to undermine the cardiovascular benefits of exercise in a small study.
The idea plays to our love of efficiency, spirit of entrepreneurship, and longing to install physicians and scientists as the new priests of the age.
Improbably enough, people who are better able to resist impulses report being more satisfied with their lives.
When their parents talk to them about their weight, adolescents are more likely to develop unhealthy eating behaviors. Better to focus on talking about healthy foods
Does caffeine "cramp creativity"? It shouldn't. More likely the opposite, if you do it right.
There are 670 calories in a venti Double Chocolaty Chip Frappuccino Blended Crème. The multibillion-dollar coffeehouse chain just announced that it will add calorie counts to menus, staying a step ahead of the FDA.
The microbial community in the ground is as important as the one in our guts.
"ALL-monds," "AH-monds," or "I say something between 'l' and nothing"
The gender dynamics of non-dairy creamer
All acidic drinks can erode our teeth. Life is a series of choices.
Some ideas for May 30
We still underestimate how many calories we're getting at most fast food restaurants. The effect is most drastic at Subway, where a marketing "health halo" seems responsible.
Coffee, tea, beer, and wine seem to make kidney stones less likely.
It's less about eating screaming bugs, and more about eating things that have been in the ground for 17 years.
This week experts warned against the dangers of overdoing low-sodium diets. That's a step toward what salt advocates like "The Salt Guru" Morton Satin have enjoined for years.
Marijuana users had smaller waists and scored higher across several measures of blood sugar regulation.
Possibilities include floppy baby syndrome and death, but honey-pacifiers still exist.
Single-celled fungi all around us do so much good and so much bad.
Wrigley revoked caffeine-gum in response to FDA noise. Is this where it ends?
The U.S. FDA announced a plan to investigate and potentially regulate caffeine.