Sugar is linked to diabetes, obesity, cancer, ADHD, and much more… but who cares when you can have a cupcake on every corner?
Studies suggest that calorie counts are way off, especially for raw and unprocessed foods.
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Dr. Joseph Mercola investigates new research linking soda to thousands of deaths every year.
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Here’s a look at which U.S. cities may be in the hottest water as the temperature rises.
An artist has created realistic renderings of what several high-profile U.S. cities and landmarks will look like five centuries from now, if sea levels rise as predicted.
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New York declares a state of emergency as the flu spreading across U.S. reaches epidemic proportions.