What’s the best way to cope with a pandemic?
Cannabidiol (CBD) products, derived from marijuana, are increasingly popular. Do they work, and are they safe?
With a glut of information at our fingertips, three authors not only discuss the challenge of determining whom we can trust but also offer some helpful guidelines.
Rebuilding the world economy on a more sustainable model is a daunting task. It has to start with you and me—and at that level, it isn’t so hard after all.
Are saturated fats as harmful as we have been led to believe? Saturated fat, it seems, deserves another chance.
The best approach to achieve optimum heart health is through lifestyle changes that address the cause of the problems associated with heart disease.
Should women have regular mammogram screenings to ensure early detection of cancer? One recent Canadian study turned up surprising results.
New mothers often struggle as they and their newborn baby get nursing down to a science.
Salmonella and campylobacter contamination both seem to be on the rise.
The past century has seen great changes in what we call food. Life in the kitchen may be easier thanks to our love of scientific progress, but at what cost?
The Scopes Monkey Trial, which took place in Dayton, Tennessee, in July 1925, was a major media event. Yet many misconceptions remain about its conclusions.
The number of people with dementia diseases is growing at an alarming rate worldwide. The number of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease is projected to triple by 2050.
Easter is considered one of the oldest and most sacred Christian holidays, but what do rabbits and eggs have to do with the celebration?
History gives some clear answers related to the mysterious tale of the Easter bunny.
An infant’s passage through the birth canal is an important process that has a profound long-term effect on the health and well-being of the baby.
Scott Trautman is a first-generation modern-day American farmer who, with his family, has created a thriving farm that is unique in its philosophy.
It is not a surprise that many factors contribute to whether a person abuses alcohol or is able to use alcohol responsibly.
Popular images of bovine bliss involve contented cattle browsing in fields of fresh fodder. But such a picturesque ideal is rarely a modern reality.
Global warming and greenhouse gases are prominent subjects in the news lately. But humans aren’t the only species implicated in our warming trend.
Even a creature as mundane as a cow responds to proper, respectful treatment, as Ted Forrest Fansher showed many decades ago.