What's it like inside a factory farm? If the livestock and meat industries have their way, what little view we have inside the walls of these animal-reviewing facilities may soon be obscured.
How researchers managed to scare the crap out of patients who supposedly can't feel fear.
One state hopes to lead the country in demanding proper and honest labeling for genetically modified foods.
Flame retardants are still used in car seats, cribs, couches, and electronics—despite links to cancer, neurological, and developmental problems. And new research shows they're even turning up in our food supply.
An unscientific new survey says it does. But experts argue that it can actually help.
Meet the Willy Wonka of France. He's a chocolatier with a love for speed and environmental causes.
Gnosis Chocolate founder Vanessa Barg shares her story of traveling to the "Spice Isle" of Grenada in the Caribbean Sea to spread hugs, love, and chocolate.
Think the Quadruple Bypass Burger is just a gag? At almost 10,000 calories, it's no joking matter.
For this doctor, the strongest lessons in patient safety didn’t come from training. They came from her mother’s death. “It was really eye opening for me to see the reality of how difficult it was to keep her safe in the hospital."
"Breaking the foodopoly and fixing the dysfunctional food system requires far-reaching legislative and regulatory changes that are part of a larger strategy for restoring our democracy."
Thanks to advances in cell cultivation, researchers are closer than ever to growing real, edible meat in labs. And those Franken-burgers (and Franken-nuggets) might just help save the planet.
Experts digging into the depths of the human brain say meditation and sex trigger the same response. But nothing lights up the mind like an orgasm.