The nutrition facts panel on your food will be getting a new look in the next two to three years.
If your pet labrador retriever seems like it's addicted to food and is fat, a recent study reveals that they have a genetic variant that makes them more prone to gaining weight.
There's some good news for health-conscious chocolate lovers. According to a recent study, snacking on dark chocolate could boost your endurance and performance during exercise and other athletic activities.
More moose are loose and on the move as they invade previously uninhabitable areas of the Alaskan tundra, according to a new study that revealed how global warming continues to change our ecosystem.
The sudden prevalence of diabetes caused by the increase of obese people in the world got researchers tied up doing their best to discover effective prevention techniques and treatment to stop the rising trend.
A recent study shed light on the presence of BPA, or Bisphenol A, in canned food--in particular, in every two out of three tested cans.
When choosing your chocolate fix, you might want to go for either cacao nibs or dark chocolate--for health reasons.
Male wild gorillas appear to "hum" or "sing" while eating their favorite food. Since these calls are too quiet to be a sort of "diner bell," researchers suggest they are used to coordinate group feeding activities. In other words, if the food is tasty, males signal to women and younger group members to join in on the good eats.
Killer whales have been studied for the first time in their North Atlantic range. Compared to their Pacific Northwest counterparts that feast on Chinook salmon, the Atlantic dwellers prefer preying on minke whales.
Advanced tagging technology has captured never-before-seen data on how deep beluga whales will dive for food. Researchers say their foraging patterns are largely based on the abundance of Arctic cod and sea-floor topography.
The St. Louis Zoo, Missouri, gave its resident polar bear a heart-shaped pink chunk of ice filled with mackerel, capelin and apples for Valentine' Day.
Researchers have documented how leafcutter ants process leaves into nutrients underground. The remarkable nimble ants rely on a division of labor to get food on the table and conserve energy, thus ensuring they remain healthy and strong – the better to suit the colony.
In the face of a challenge, practice makes perfect for grey squirrels. Researchers from the University of Exeter found that squirrels were able to quickly learn which lever to either push or pull to release food from a closed box when they remained persistent.
Human friendship is not as unique as previously thought, say researchers who tested chimpanzees and found that they are more likely to share with those they trust and consider friends.
A new experiment revealed that capuchin monkeys will punish other monkeys who have been given more food. Yale researchers say this is the first evidence suggesting that the psychology of spite extends deeper into our evolutionary history than previously thought.