Researchers reported that music that drops brand name alcohol products can influence teens to drink and abuse the substance.
Greenhouse gas emissions especially from food production might be threatening the UN climate target of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius, according to a new research.
The Environmental Working Group reported finding ADA in nearly 500 food products found in the supermarket.
Americans should increase their whole grain consumption, a new study recommended.
A leading expert and supporter of Action on Sugar, Professor Simon Campwell stated that "sugar is the new tobacco."
Researchers reported that young teens who lived near or went to school near several alcohol outlets were more likely to drink.
Researchers reported that increasing the cost of cigarettes and promoting smoke-free homes can reduce tobacco consumption.
Researchers found that children under five-years-old might not be getting enough polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Researchers found that seniors who drank wine daily were at a lower risk of depression.
Researchers report that fans tend to eat more the Monday after their NFL team lost a game.
Previous studies have linked sodas to aggression, depression and suicidal thoughts in adolescents. However, new research reveals soft drinks may also negatively affect mental health in younger children.
Wealthy Americans eat the most fast food, according to a new Gallup poll.
Researchers found that vigorous exercise could lead to lower calorie consumption.
The city of Philadelphia recently invited chefs from Chinese take-out restaurants to participate in free cooking classes that provided tips on using less salt in foods.
A new study found a linke between childhood abuse and adult obesity.
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