More than ever, staying fit and healthy has become top priorities to most of us. Throughout the years, diets have come and go however Foodbeast has compiled the craziest diets that ever existed.
According to a new study, loneliness can cause significant health risk that can increase the risk of premature death in older adults by 14 percent. The study creates a link between loneliness and a risk in physical and psychological health.
The world's second-largest producer of orange juice is under attack by tiny winged insects which cause citrus greening. This plague is deemed much worse than a hurricane
Winter deaths have reached an estimated 43,900 excess in England and Wales last year. This is 151 percent higher compared to data from 2013-2015, the biggest yearly increase since records began.
Apple has acquired a start-up company based in Zurich that specializes in 3D animation. Recent reports reveal that Apple has purchased Faceshift, the company behind the motion-capture technology used in the latest Star Wars film.
The Canadian Government will finish its resettlement of 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February next year. Although they were supposed to be done by the end of this year, officials admitted that such a massive program could not be done in the remaining days left until the end of the year.
Previous studies have established the health benefits of walnuts especially to your cardiovascular health. However, a recent study suggests that adding walnut to your diet may also have psychological effect on you.
Salt has gone a major gourmet makeover. Salt now comes in so many flavours that it's no longer an option between a traditional table salt and rock salt.
After revelations about funding a scientific research that downplayed Coca Cola's role in obesity came out, the beverage giant's chief scientist has decided to step down.
The effort of two environmental groups kept a portion of the forest intact near Mount Rainier and allowed Microsoft to finance the projects to offset carbon dioxide the company emits.
Update: Brussels Fourth Day Being Lockdown, What It Means To Entrepreneurs and The Annual Christmas Market
For four days straight, this city in the heart of Europe remained shut down as soldiers replace the Christmas Shoppers in Brussels. An eerie holiday feeling cloaks over Europe's Christmas Markets.
A new recommendation was released by the American College of Physicians that states prescribing generic medicines instead of branded drugs could improve patience adherence and overall health. These and the a few more dollars you can save.
Most restaurants would throw away leftover food rather than donate them under the assumption that prepared food cannot be donated to shelters and food banks. Little did they know that there's a bill that protects restaurant owners from any liability in donating food.
Last Monday, food giant Nestle reports on the widespread labour and human rights abuses in Thailand's seafood industry. The report discussed illegal recruitment practices and hazardous conditions faced by many underage workers.
A new research reveals that stimulant medications for kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may develop problems falling sleeping and staying asleep resulting to less sleeping time.