As legalized pot spreads, states are dazed and confused about what to do with stoned drivers. It's a public health issue even scientists are tripping over.
BHA is a common chemical added to processed foods to keeps fats from spoiling. The trouble is, research indicates it comes with a side-effect: cancer.
Now this is a finding Bill Clinton can attest to. A new study shows the risk of heart disease is about a third lower in vegetarians than in people who eat meat and fish.
Nutritionists scoff at modified cornstarch, dextrose, maltodextrin, and corn oil—and for good reason.
This week, we're looking at nine nasty ingredients that should be banned by the FDA. First up: the highly toxic substance found in soda, salad dressings, syrups, jams, olives, and pickles.
The inside look at how outrageous pricing and egregious profits are destroying our health care.
Turns out the triggers of attraction are so subtle and random that you really might have a whole lot of game and just not know it.
Macho features have long been touted as an evolutionary asset that women look for in a man. But new research suggests there's a much more powerful driver of attraction at play.
On February 14, V-Day's Eve Ensler calls on "one billion women and those who love them" to rise up to confront violence against women.
We used to think people have sex for three reasons: to have children, to experience sexual pleasure, and to cement relationships. Turns out there are a few more reasons than that—234 more.
Can men and women be “just friends?” If we all thought like women, almost certainly. But if we all thought like men, we’d probably be facing a serious overpopulation crisis.
The stuff that's pawned off as quality olive oil is often just a tiny amount of the real thing, mixed with up to 80 percent of ordinary, less than healthy, cheap as muck sunflower oil.