Food & Drink
One chai latte can pack a whopping 42 grams of sugar. Yikes.
A Slate essay is a scary window into the relationship between scientists and soda companies.
Marion Nestle, a professor of nutrition and food studies at New York University, who wrote an editorial accompanying Dr. Kearns
And Greulich’s attitudes were reflected in the eventual 1971 launch of NIDR’s anti-cavity research plan. NIDR only approved
"It’s enlightening picking up the large candy bars or those single package cookies and see how many of them you cannot eat
Four reasons to go view the murals of Lake Placid: U.S. Route 27, a 1,373-mile highway that runs from Fort Wayne, Ind., to
When the Times and Herald contacted the politicians for comment, many demurred -- including Scott, whose campaign released
The sugar industry has long benefitted from controversial government subsidies, and it doesn't appear that will change anytime
These days, lockouts are usually associated with professional sports, like when the National Football League locked referees
According to the American Heart Association, Americans now consume on average 22 teaspoons of sugar per day, or 355 calories.