For decades we’ve been eating up genetically engineered foods, we just didn’t know we were doing it!
Consumer Reports put 10 steam-cooked meals to the test from Kashi, Lean Cuisine, Healthy Choice and Marie Callender’s.
She used to be the vice president of a hospital, but Janet Farhood gave up memos for menus. Now she owns a restaurant with home cooked Lebanese food.
Morning, noon, night, in the middle of the night: are you constantly hungry? Well a lack of food may not always be to blame.
Can’t fall asleep? Try one of those old wives’ tales that’s actually true: warm milk. Milk contains tryptophan, which helps the brain release serotonin.
Getting your kids vaccinated is a great way to fight the flu, but you can also keep their immune system strong with what they eat. Dr. Sue explains with the Kid's Doctor.
Consumer Reports takes a closer look at downside of foods with added nutrients.
You scrub it, rub it, and wipe it down. Your kitchen may look clean but is it really? Studies show more than 20 percent of food-borne illness outbreaks result from food consumed at home.
Last year, $844 million was spent globally on skincare products, but what if the answer to clear skin could be found in your fridge?
McDonald's has lost its taste for Heinz ketchup.
From prescription pills to over-the counter meds, medicinal mistakes put at least 1.3 million Americans at risk of death each year.
Mississippi researcher's autopsy on chicken nuggets finds little chicken at all.
Company markets printer that can create and make food.
Body odor and bad breath: we shower and brush our teeth daily to avoid it, but there are some surprising things that can leave you stinky without you even knowing it.
Breaking down dog and cat food.
We know most fast foods are out, forget about soda, and just say no to processed, but what are the foods nutritionists never eat? We have the list.
The temps are starting to rise and as it heats up outside we're going to cool things down in the kitchen. In today's chef's corner, we show you how to whip up some healthy meals without cooking.
Clogged arteries can mean an increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke. But we have four foods that can unclog your arteries in Smart Woman.
Texas Motor Speedway will have several new menu options available for NASCAR fans at the upcoming NRA 500 race in Fort Worth and the dishes are just as decadent as they sound.
Fertility boosting bites for men and women!
Sometimes food may be better to relieve your pain than medicine. Here are three suggestions.
Chef Angelina Aldrich gives tips on how to give a new kick to a traditional Irish dish for Saint Patrick's Day
Is a salad really better for you than a cheeseburger? If you're eating out, maybe not.
Red, blue, orange and yellow, these colors and the food they're in are causing controversy.
Kellogg's Recalls Special K Cereal
Giving up certain foods may be the worst thing you can do for a diet.
Mom launches her own healthy vending machine company.
What if you could eat what you want and still lose weight?
Salad greens make the most people sick, but contaminated poultry kills the most Americans, federal researchers report in the first comprehensive look at the foods that cause foodborne illnesses.
Last summer's drought has come home to roost in the price you'll be paying for those Super Bowl party chicken wings.
A Texas company could have an answer to some consumers' unwelcome discovery that just-purchased loaves contain mold.
Volunteers at the Harvest Food Ministry are serving up food and plenty of helpings of hope.
Deer Fest and Adopt-a-Box organizers are collecting food items to feed 18 area children in need this holiday season.
We have tips so you can enjoy all those holiday parties without worrying about your waistline!
Salmonella Outbreak Prompts Peanut Butter And Peanut Products Recall
Sara Lee is recalling their Butter Streusel Coffee Cake because of pecans.
Watching a movie and snacking on a box of Cracker Jack might keep you up all night.
When McDonald's Egg McMuffin breakfast sandwich debuted in 1972, it perfected breakfast on the go with a sandwich that took everything that usually ended up on a plate.
The maker of the famous "Twinkie" is threatening to shut down all of its bakeries across the nation if its workers don't get back to work by five p.m. today.
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