Computer scientists at IBM are hoping to create a digital culinary genius that will be able to generate recipes that taste good and don't add to our waistlines.
A highly-contagious vomiting virus is hitting parts of North America and Europe. HoneyColony's Founder gives you a gruesome first-hand account.
Cosmetics companies sell expensive products with unproven claims and without years of clinical testing. Now, veterans in the drug industry are getting into this billion-dollar business. What could go wrong?
New York declares a state of emergency as the flu spreading across U.S. reaches epidemic proportions.
That Greek salad can reduce one's chances of getting chronic diseases and ailments linked to memory loss, according to a massive new body of research.
Winter farmer's markets are popping up all over the country, offering baked goods, crafts, and of course, beautiful produce as well.
As the years pass, sleep often becomes more elusive. If you aren't falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking up on time feeling refreshed, here are some strategies to help you rest assured.
New research indicates stress can do more than just give you a headache—it may dramatically alter your DNA as well. Find out how to flip the switch and let your genetic code to work for you.
Many of the chemicals in beauty products have been linked to a litany of health problems, from allergies and skin sensitivity to more serious hormonal disturbances, fertility problems, and even cancer.
Your zodiac sign often reveals a lot about your personality. But can it also give you insight on what to eat?
Depression is becoming increasingly common, but often goes away with natural therapies. Although how we feel has a lot to do with psychological issues, it can also be dramatically affected by our biochemistry.
From the worst drought in half a century, to the fight against GMOs, to disgusting revelations about pink slime, this was quite a year in the world of food. Here's a look at some of the biggest stories of 2012.