Be careful about overconsuming energy drinks – you may wind up with a case of acute hepatitis, warns a cautionary case study.
A study suggests that it’s when you eat – not what you eat – that could help shed weight.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved two types of genetically engineered potatoes for commercial planting.
Adding canola oil to your diet might help shrink stubborn abdominal fat in as little as four weeks.
Studies funded by the sugar-sweetened beverage industry have been designed to mislead the public about how harmful sugar can be, a new study suggests.
After enacting the nation’s first soda tax, Berkeley has cut sugar-sweetened beverage consumption by 21 percent.
Cranberries have long been touted as a remedy for urinary tract infections, but a new study suggests that the health benefits may be overblown.
An anti-aging enzyme found in a number of natural foods, including broccoli, is showing promise in staving off the long-term effects of growing old.
Researchers in Sweden found that sugary drinks can double a person’s chances of developing a certain type of diabetes.
Those seeking to lose weight should consider avoiding diet sodas because they could be hampering one’s weight-loss goals, a new study says.
Mukbang, which means “eating broadcasts,” is an online movement where people video themselves eating food, usually in large amounts
If your toddler obsesses over Cheetos and throws a fit when you try to introduce a sweet potato, it might not be your fault.
PepsiCo Inc. is in confidential negotiations to possibly add another probiotic provider, KeVita Inc., to its list of health-conscious beverage providers.
PepsiCo’s Naked brand of fruit and vegetable juices is under fire for allegedly misleading consumers about nutritional benefits.
Some people are hardwired with an appetite for high-fat foods, according to the study appearing in the journal Nature Communications.
Citing a “global increase” in obesity and diabetes rates, the World Health Organization recommended a worldwide tax on sugary drinks.
You might be able to use a sprinkle of cinnamon to help cool off from a spicy meal, new research suggests.