Health
Weed Farm

Colorado Pot: Positive Of Illegal Pesticides

January 1, 2014 was the date that Colorado started to sell recreational pot to people aged 21 or older. Marijuana is considered to be the third most famed recreational drug after alcohol and tobacco in the US.

Kansas Farmers, Home Cooked Meal

Healthy Food Effects Vary, Different People Respond to Eating the Same Meal

This week, as Israeli researchers write in the journal Cell, as our own respective bodies reacts to the same food very differently, it means that a diet may work wonders for some people but can do otherwise on you.

Daddy and Baby

Post-Natal Depression: Are New Dads at Risk as Well?

In a recent study, researchers found out that the anxiety that is felt upon the arrival of the newborn baby is as common as the postnatal depression, and the risks for men are nearly as high as for women.

e-cigarettes

Another E-Cigarette Accident: 29-Year-Old Suffered Facial Fractures, Fractured Vertebrae, and Teeth Damage

As soon as investigation results were released, it was found that the device that he was using wasn't properly configured which resulted to the explosion that can probably be the reason for him to be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life.

Controversial FDA Report Says No Medical Benefit From Marijuana

Recent Studies Revealed that Marijuana May Help A Patient With Parkinson's Disease

“Recently, another study revealed significant improvement in specific motor symptoms after treatment with Cannabis."

Chefs working on a dish in the kitchen

Comfort Foods With a Twist for That Warm and Cozy Feeling This Winter

Three local chefs from different areas were asked to create a fresh spin on the traditional winter food.

Nurse cuts the umbilical cord of a newborn

Is Giving Birth on a Weekend Riskier Than on a Weekday?

Is giving birth on a weekend riskier than doing so on weekdays? Find out what experts have to say.

Sneeze

Sneeze Mechanics: A Design in the Making

Researchers recently discovered a sequential design found in the substances that we eject when we sneeze. They were able to uncover how the fluids slowly break into drops using a high end video footage. There is an obvious progression of the shapes and the movement.

Double-Dipping on Salsa

Double-Dipping: Merely a Nasty Habit or a Food Safety Problem?

A research team from Clemson University came up with a series of experiments to discover what really happens when people double-dip.

Half Consumed Airline Food Tray

What's with Airline Food and Why do They Taste Like Cardboard? Science Explains Why

According to Market Watch, customers usually find airline food lacking flavors, even saying that this type of food tastes like cardboard.

Seaweed salad

A New Study Shows Adding Seaweed to Daily Meals Can Make the Body Healthy

Many food experts recommend eating seaweed every day. Yes, you got that right - seaweed.

Avocado

The Health Benefits of Avocado are Backed Up by Science

There were a lot of studies from prestigious universities including Pennsylvania State, Ohio and Tufts have found the link of eating avocado to health outcomes like better cognitive function, improved blood pressure, lower blood sugar, better diet adherence and improved cardiovascular health.

Pregnancy test stick

It's Not Too Late, Research Shows that Many Women are Having Babies at the age of 35

Most women get married late and therefore they also conceive their first child around their early 30s. A lot may argue and say that when women reach the age of 30 or older, conceiving is not advisable.

Candies

New Food Stamp Rule in Maine that Ban the Purchase of Soda and Candy

When you ask most people about the food they choose to buy, most of them will say that buying healthy food is by far more expensive than junk food. When people receive their stipend they would immediately purchase food that they can keep for a long time until the next time.

Sleeping

Social Jetlag May Cause Metabolic Problems

Experts reveal how sleep can be dangerous for you.

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Food Biz
Campbell Soup To Sell Danish Snacks Manufacturer To Ferrero Affiliate For $300 Million

Campbell Soup To Sell Danish Snacks Manufacturer To Ferrero Affiliate For $300 Million

Campbell Soup has announced it will sell its Danish baked snacks manufacturer Kelsen Group to CTH Invest, a Belgian holding company affiliated with the Nutella maker Ferrero, for $300 million. The transaction is subject to customary purchase price adjustments, and it is expected to be completed in the first quarter of fiscal 2020.

New Whiskies Well Worth Buying This Summer: Brown Is Beautiful

New Whiskies Well Worth Buying This Summer: Brown Is Beautiful

The newly appointed editor-in-chief of Esquire Magazine, Michael Sebastian, recently told the press that he wants to get away from the idea that the magazine's reader is "a middle-aged white guy who likes brown liquor and brown leather"). Which should send chills down the ad dept's spine working on those Scotch and bourbon accounts!

To Celebrate National Michelada Day On July 12: Everything You Need To Know

To Celebrate National Michelada Day On July 12: Everything You Need To Know

Adding a squeeze of fresh lime and a dash of salt to a lager or pilsner has long been Mexican tradition, and in the 1980s, this practice evolved into the refreshing beer cocktail known as a michelada. The popularity of the drink grew across Mexico and, thanks to the influx of immigrants, it translated well to restaurants and bars across the U.S.

Food Tech
Rosé Wine: Is Oak-Aged Rosé Wine Gilding the Lily?

Rosé Wine: Is Oak-Aged Rosé Wine Gilding the Lily?

Rosé wine is made in almost every region in the world, from many different grape varieties. And rose-colored wine is produced in a sweet, dry, sparkling, and even fortified style. Yet the classic style of dry rosé wine from Provence sets the trend that many other wine-producing regions around the world want to emulate.

Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel Celebrates 15 Years In NYC With A Sweet Tribute To The City

Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel Celebrates 15 Years In NYC With A Sweet Tribute To The City

Dominique Ansel moved from Paris to New York City to work at Daniel Boulud's French flagship Daniel as the executive pastry chef, a position he held for 6 years. Fast forward 15 years later, and Ansel has become a household name after the invention of a certain croissant-donut hybrid, and his namesake bakery has expanded beyond SoHo to include branches around the world.

This Is Where The Piña Colada Was Born

This Is Where The Piña Colada Was Born

As if you ever really need an excuse to order a piña colada, today is National Piña Colada Day, so go ahead and order that creamy, sweet, cocktail-meets-dessert libation that is best served on a sunny, tropical beach somewhere exotic.

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