Ever wondered about the history of the Food Pyramid? HoneyColony takes an investigative look at how the Ag Industry has (negatively) influenced our diet.
These 13 “worst offender” food ingredients are tied to cancer, major organ damage, birth defects, and more. Find out where you’re most at risk.
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Zachary Maxwell made it his mission to film the disgusting food served at his school cafeteria. From that footage was born his aptly titled documentary, “Yuck.”
People want GMO-free products, but food manufacturers are having a tough time finding ingredients that haven’t had their genes tinkered with.
New research on the health of immigrants has found that they live longer than their children, mostly because of the American way of life.
Only 3.5 percent of Americans get at least 21 minutes of moderate exercise a day (which includes walking briskly). So if we know exercise makes us feel good inside and out, why don’t we just do it?
Why was such a dangerous facility so close to homes? And why are chemical plants like this one only inspected by the state about once every 67 years?
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.
Every beekeeper, small or large, hobbyist or commercial, knows that honeybees are in trouble. And the government is not doing nearly enough to help.
The great Woody Allen reflects on whether he’s a hypochondriac, a crackpot, or both.
After years of piling it on, Americans are now eating less fast food and fewer calories overall. But if that’s the case—why are obesity rates still sky high?
A new study offers some of the strongest evidence yet associating sugar, independent of other diet and lifestyle factors, with type 2 diabetes — a link that the sugar industry has sought for decades to debunk.