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Do Food Dyes Contribute to Behavior Problems in Kids?

Some experts say yes, but the FDA isn’t convinced.

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Soon There May Be Less Glyphosate, aka Weed Killer, in Your Dinner

The FDA will start testing foods for this chemical, a possible carcinogen.

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Do You Know How to Check if Your Roast Chicken Is Done?

Hint: you need to check it in three places.

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Cheese Lovers: There May Be Wood Pulp In Your Grated Parmesan

The FDA is cracking down — but will this “filler” ingredient hurt you?

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Study Finds Organic Milk and Meat Have Higher Nutrient Levels

Research suggests these products have more omega-3s and other healthy fatty acids.

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Your Chicken May Soon Be Less Likely to Contain Salmonella

New USDA standards for poultry aim to reduce foodborne illness in the U.S.

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How to Cook Wings Safely When You're Cooking for a Crowd

Don't make these common mistakes with wings and other party foods.

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What's the Difference Between Cage Free, Free Range and Pasture Raised Eggs?

And what does it mean for your health — and the chickens?

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Fiber May Help Lower the Risk of Breast Cancer Later in Life

If your daughter isn’t eating enough fiber, these recipes can help.

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Cake Dusts and Glitters: Are You Eating Plastic with That Icing?

Warning: Some of those “non toxic” decorations are not edible.

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Berries Could Help You Lose Weight — and Here's One New Reason Why

It's not just that they're low in fat and calories, a new study finds.

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Most U.S. Restaurant Meals Exceed Recommended Calories

American, Chinese and Italian meals average around 1,500 calories, researchers say.

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Pregnant? Eat More Fish to Benefit Baby's Brain

A new study suggests even higher-mercury fish like tuna can increase cognitive function.

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Pre-Pregnancy Potato Consumption Linked to Gestational Diabetes

Five cups of spuds weekly boosts odds by 50 percent, research suggests.


Yet Another Good Reason to Give Up Soda

Too many sugary drinks may increase deep belly fat that undermines your metabolism.