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One man’s mission to change eliminate waste and hunger, plus our fave fast food and robots are coming!
Or so says one advocacy group who’s trying to ban the use of the meaningless term on food labels.
So how much and what types should you eat?
And we're pretty sure it'll protect against STDs if for no other reason than you'll never want to sleep with a guy who wears it.
The brand’s debacle highlights a bigger problem: There's no actual definition for what makes a product "all natural."
The FDA issued a new warning about acetaminophen, and following their latest advice could save your liver.
Foods can no longer say they are “high,” “rich in,” or an “excellent source”—so how will you know you’re getting your fill?
Products with added sugar or corn syrup should be labeled, the FDA is saying. For now, here’s how to tell if your honey is pure.
Forget aliens and UFOs—the majority of Americans think at least one crazy medical theory is true.
But will they help you eat healthier? Experts weigh in on the good and bad of the suggested update.