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[BuzzFeed] Once upon a time, in a more innocent age of jumbo corn burgers and jello salads, ailing Americans knew they didn't
By Jerry Zezima But he made up for it by introducing Chloe to a bona fide celebrity. No, not the president, but Chloe's hero
As a guy who is usually in hot water, which I am using as an excuse for all my wrinkles, I recently found myself in the unusual situation of being in hot water because there was no hot water.
For better brain function, consider starting your day with a nice big glass of orange juice, a new study says. Researchers
The way you start your day defines what happens to your life. Every day you wake up is an opportunity. The better prepared you are, the better the opportunity.
It seems like almost every decade of the past century has seen an unfortunate trend take hold, starting, most notably, in the 1950s.
Yes, you literally crack open that little unborn critter straight into the drink.
University of Florida professor Robert Rouse has conducted a long-running study of Boyd's groves to measure the efficacy
In February, a Texas waiter performed a Good Samaritan act of a different sort, defending a 5-year-old boy with Down Syndrome
Few humans on earth fully grasp the scale and scope of America's dystopian industrial food production systems anymore, much less how those mega-systems are bleeding over to the rest of the world and changing not only what and how we eat, but how we think about food.
Evidently, Taco Bell customers are interested in brunch drinks, but in the most Taco Bell-ish way possible. This sign, posted
I've never had breakfast at Tiffany's, but I have had breakfast at Zezima's. And I can tell you from personal experience -- because I'm the one who has made breakfast -- that my eggs aren't all they're cracked up to be.
The U.S. has identified safer ways to limit mold growth on citrus in Florida and California. The U.S. should demand the same from our overseas suppliers.
The fine print: "Naturally sweetened with PureVia. PureVia is the highest quality, all-natural extract of the stevia plant
What did we find out? Well, we did note some slight differences in flavor and texture -- creamy vs. watery, acidic vs. sweet
Yes, I'd lived with a refrigerator for 18 years before I arrived at my freshman dorm, but this fridge was different! It was...well, mini.