Since commercialization of the world's first genetically engineered crops in 1995-1996, there has been an ongoing debate globally about the safety and effectiveness of the crops.
Women with healthier diets before an ovarian cancer diagnosis are less likely to die in the years following the cancer than women with poorer diets, according to a new study.
Probiotics Can Help Prevent Peanut Allergies: Studies from University of Chicago Proved Bacteria on Gut Can Cure Condition
Are you fond of eating peanuts or chocolates with almonds, pecans or walnuts? Did you recently grab your favorite chocolate bar and experienced tingling sensation and nausea? If you are one of those people experiencing these symptoms after consuming food with peanuts on it, then you may probably have peanut allergy.Based on a recent study conducted on mice by Cathryn Nagler, an immunologist at the University of Chicago, Probiotics can help Prevent Peanut Allergies. Researchers reveal that bacteria on the gut may be a solution for people suffering from the toxic food allergy.
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You thought yeast was just for making bread rise, didn't you? Scientists have now created a new synthetic yeast chromosome that could lead to dramatic advances in molecular biology.
Starbucks announced that it will improve its mobile application that will allow customers visiting its stores to tip their baristas from their iPhone.
How often are you on Facebook? The social media site could actually be contributing to unhealthy eating habits. A new study reveals that college women who use Facebook are more likely to have disordered eating habits.
Stanford students seek to pair you with the perfect beer.
How much do you love bacon? Would you want to wake up to the smell of it every morning? If rising to the scent of sizzling meat is your dream, then Oscar Mayer may have made your wish come true.
Clean drinking water is crucial for the health and wellbeing of people across the globe. Now, researchers have created a simple water filter that could revolutionize the way people can access clean drinking water.
There's a new, simple home system to make water into wine, all controlled by your phone.
Growing vegetables for space travel? A few blasts of space light could increase eyesight enhancing nutrients.
Do you want the most milk out of your cow? Keep it smooth.
Wealthy investors are throwing money at the upstart food technology company.
Oregano oil could stop the spread of norovirus.
In a bold move, last week the coffee giant released a new campaign, Starbucks’ Race Together, in which baristas in United States venues were invited to start a conversation with clients about race in America – but it’s been a marketing disaster all the way through.
California Wines: 31 Brands Of Cheap California Wines Loaded With Very High Levels of Toxic Arsenic?
California wines- Are you addicted to California wines? Wait until you read this! Some cheap California wines were found positive for inorganic arsenic that is believed to be lethal beyond allowable limits.
The Minnesota-based company is turning 75 today, and they’re celebrating along with fans with a Free Cone Day, as Dairy Queen’s vanilla ice cream makes a full appearance all over the country, as the company also teams up with a big charity for the occasion.
Just today, February 25, 2015, Yahoo! Food posts the secret weapon ingredients used by Star Chefs to achieve the most palatable dishes at home or in a restaurant. The said website revealed the top 10 magical ingredients that can turn home-cooked meals into top class restaurant tastes.
For those who love to have a nice glass of wine or beer during the weekends - which is just about everyone or almost -, there's a new way to keep the guessing out of the way you choose what to drink: the Next Glass app chooses drinks according to what you love!
U.S. Consumers, Ready To Accept Genetically Modified, Nanotech Products If It Is Healthy And Safe, New Survey Reveals
A national survey done by the North Carolina State University and the University of Minnesota representatives suggests that most U.S. consumers are ready to accept genetically modified and nanotech products if it is enhanced with nutrition and are safe.