Ever wonder who the villains are in the grocery store? Here are our top eleven.
Less than 10 percent of Americans will keep their New Year’s resolutions for even the first week! Why do we give up so quickly, and what can we do to stay on track?
Here’s a look at the hidden dangers lurking within your halloween candy.
How has the industry kept scientists from asking: Does sugar kill?
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The majority of the US and other world markets are flooded with adulterated honey, which is infused with corn syrup or filtered out of bee pollen.
Scientific evidence suggests it’s time to stop giving these dangerous blends of chemicals a free pass.
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Energy drinks send 20,000 people to the emergency room each year. Here’s a look at why they could be a serious hazard to your health.
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Dr. Joseph Mercola investigates new research linking soda to thousands of deaths every year.
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If we’re addicted to food, the addiction often begins in childhood. Here’s a look at some simple ways to help your kids build healthy habits.
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Coca-Cola just launched a multi-million dollar PR campaign to convince Americans that soft drinks have nothing to do with the nation’s obesity epidemic. Does it make a strong case? You be the judge!
Artificial flavorings are everywhere. Here’s a look at why you should just say no.