Health
Pubs And Clubs in England and Wales Prepare For New Licensing Laws

Study Finds Link Between Binge-Eating and Sleep Deprivation

We thought that it was our lack of sleep that caused us to binge-eating. Sleep Journal explained a new link that proves it's the other way round.

Plastic water bottle

What Americans Think of Their Tap Water Cleanlines

Gallup conducted an annual survey, calling respondents via telephone and taking answers from 1,019 adults aged 18 and above who have been living in the United States.

U.S. Beef Prices Hit Record Highs

Food Poisoning Could Lead to Suicidal Tendencies

Scientists finally confirmed that T. gondii could cause behavioral changes such as self-directed aggression and other psychiatric disorders including suicidal tendencies.

Sweet Potato chips: a staple in Paleo diets

Study: Paleo Diets May Contribute to a Healthy Heart and Weight Management

According to a study, a Paleolithic diet may help women achieve good circulatory health and help with weight management.

New Study Tests Health Benefits Of Chocolate's Cocoa Flavanols In Pill Form

Eating Legumes Helps Keep You From Getting Fat

Eating beans can speed weight loss and boost your health.

Malnutrition And Maternal Mortality Rates In Afghanistan Among Highest In World

A Malnourished Boy’s Picture Shows the World the Realities of War

A five-month old Yemeni boy's pic shocks the world and finally exposes the realities of the plight of Yemenis affected by the Saudi-led airstrikes. The boy died two days after the picture was taken due to extreme malnutrition, attributed to the naval blockade and the destruction of the nation's infrastructures, disrupting food supply.

Jamie Oliver And Victoria Government Announce Partnership To Tackle Obesity

Obesity Update 2016: 641 Million People Worldwide are Now Obese

A new study says that obese population worldwide rose to 641 million in 2014, a sharp rise from the 105 million obese people reported 40 years ago.

Derya Acikgoz Backstage - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Istanbul Autumn/Winter 2016

Is Being a ‘Picky Eater’ a Sign of a Disorder?

The habit of not being able to eat certain foods is a common 'preference issue' in our culture. But when the refusal to eat happens over and over, perhaps it's time to get worried.

2013 Gruene Woche Agricultural Trade Fair

Eating Pulses Can Lower Cholesterol Plus Reduce and Keep Weight Off, Says Study

A recent study points to pulses being a possible solution to long term weight management. And it shows that pulses can lower bad cholesterol as well.

Americans Attend Christmas Party At U.S. Embassy In Baghdad

Which is Safer: Rare or Medium Rare?

We thought tipping was the most questioned issue in restaurants, until we found medium-rare meat. Based on the USDA and culinary professionals, here's a guideline to cooking your steak!

A baby, who drank tainted milk powders, receives type-B ultrasonic examination in a Hospital on September 17, 2008 in Wuhan of Hubei Province, China. A new study has found evidence that food poisoning results in augmented suicidal behavior.

Study Associates Food Poisoning to Augmented Suicidal Behavior

For long scientists have been working to find out the reasons that prompt an individual to end his/ her life. Now, findings of a recent study reveal that food poisoning is one of the causes behind increased suicidal behaviors. The study has established a correlation between food-borne parasites and mental or emotional problems endured by some people.

Greeks Continue Their Lives As They Struggle To Cope With Austerity Cuts After The Financial Crisis

Europol Seizes 10,000 Tons of Illicit Food and Drink

Counterfeit goods that include monkey meat, dead insects and sugar laced with fertilizer are among the illicit food and drink items seized by Interpol, Europol and multinational enforcement agencies. It is said to be the biggest global crackdown to date with more than 10,000 of these potentially dangerous goods confiscated.

Esteban Cortezar Dinner Party

Never Eat with Loud Music Plus Other Dieting Traps You Need to Know

Studies have shown that eating with a loud music tends to make one chew faster, increasing one's consumption unintentionally. Check out these scientifically-proven scenarious and their effect on one's appetite.

Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice with Dried Tart Cherries

Fruit Juices Are Not The Best Drinks For Your Child

The problem that we do not pay attention to here is the amount of sugar that goes into one glass of fruit juices. In fact, fruit juices can contain as much sugar as other soft drinks and sometimes more sugar than other drinks contain.

New Study Links Coffee Consumption To Reduction In Liver Disease

Coffee News: Is Instant Coffee Good For You?

Did you know that instant coffee comprises a 50 percent of the total consumption of coffee in the world?

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Food Biz
Studies say, Eating junk food is easy, but lots of it may lead to early death, heart disease

Studies say, Eating Junk Food is Easy, But Lots of it May Lead to Early Death, Heart Disease

Ultra-processed foods - think chips, cookies or your average fast-food meal - have been again and again tied to adverse health outcomes

Where to get free burgers and juicy bargains Tuesday: National Hamburger Day deals

Where to Get Free Burgers and Juicy Bargains Tuesday: National Hamburger Day Deals

May 28 is National Burger Day, aka National Hamburger Day, and the lesser-known National Brisket Day. It's also considered International Burger Day.

Food Tech
Cadence, the Kensington BYOB, is named Food & Wine’s best new restaurant of 2019

Cadence, the Kensington BYOB, is named Food & Wine’s best new restaurant of 2019

Philadelphia restaurants and restaurateurs have been racking up the national accolades in recent years, mainly for splashy destinations, such as Zahav and Vetri.

Fresh Water

Trade could be key to balancing conservation of freshwater sources and food security

Trade could be key to balancing conservation of freshwater sources and food security

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