A Carnegie Mellon study suggests we patients may be able to detect subtle changes in our bodies that predict illness.
With the help of activists and environmentalists, groundfish that were dying off fast are now returning to the West Coast.
Tropicana Pure Premium products and 4 other PepsiCo brands will soon bear the Non-GMO Project butterfly seal – starting next year.
Researchers have found alarming levels of mercury in the fog that sometimes surrounds the Golden Gate bridge, harming the ecosystem and human health.
The Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced the Class 1 recall of about 1,125 pounds of chicken sold at Wegmans.
A company claims it will be able to resurrect the dead by 2045 by freezing someone’s brain before they die, but scientists are wary of the claim.
Though sugar prices remain high, sugar companies are facing what they call ‘serious roadblocks’ due to the anti-GMO movement – aka demand for GMO-free.
A new study reveals that people are increasingly substituting prescription medications, alcohol, and illicit drugs with cannabis.
Could there be any truth to one man’s belief that Chipotle’s multiple outbreaks of E. coli, salmonella and norovirus were the result of bioterrorism?
Deer heads, spines, brains, and unidentified parts were found in a Pennsylvania Chinese restaurant, along with multiple other health violations.
The EPA ordered the owner of 2 St. Louis landfills to build a barrier to keep an underground fire from reaching radioactive materials dumped 4 decades ago.
Eight people in Massachusetts died from overdoses of a particularly deadly batch of heroin in the past week, but detectives don’t know where it came from.
Bacteria resistant to last-line-of-defense antibiotics are in the U.K., 3 years ahead of their expected arrival.
Nestle has to remove its claim that Nesquik is “a great start to the day” after a lobbying group claimed it encouraged poor nutritional habits in children.
Drought-stricken Brazil will probably produce 10% fewer harvests of popular Robusta and Arabica coffee beans over the next year.
A Washington, D.C. program is helping poorer families by offering $10 vouchers to use at their local farmers’ market to buy fruit and vegetables.
Drug giant Reckitt Benckiser has been ordered by the Australian Federal Court to pull its so-called “targeted” ibuprofen products off the shelves.