Environmental scientists for the most part agree that the human population is growing at an unsustainable rate, to the point that even fertility restrictions and a worldwide pandemic couldn't solve the problem, according to new research.
It's eight o'clock and your stomach has been grumbling about your late workday for the last two hours. No time to cook something up from scratch, so what do you do? Swing by the nearest fast food joint? Health experts are arguing that you should make that a trip to the frozen food aisle instead, as prepackaged frozen meals are constantly more nutritional than a quick burger and fries.
Some gluten free foods have been found to boast worrying concentrations of arsenic, as revealed by the analyses of flour, cakes, bread, pasta and other foods made with rice.
We all know that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, and a new study supporting this way of thinking shows that male brains - at least in nematodes - are wired to choose sex over food, whereas the same doesn't ring true for females.
Worried about all the super-fatty meals you've been eating these days? Afraid of gaining some poundage or worse, diabetes because of it? Now researchers are saying that regularly drinking grapefruit juice can help mitigate the adverse consequences of a high-fat diet.
Even several years after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, food contaminated from the meltdown is still harming animals, according to a new study.
Sweet and sugary mangos are doing something strange for obese adults suffering from high blood sugar. According to a new study, eating about half a mango a day may actually lower blood sugar levels.
Here's some food for thought: as the world population continues to grow, the global food supply may not meet future hunger demands, according to a new study.
China suffers from a relatively unique problem. Some cooking establishments use waste oil, called "gutter oil," in their cooking. This is a potentially dangerous practice, and officials have been struggling to figure out how they can better monitor this problem. Now, researchers believe they have the solution.
Leave an ice-cream sandwich out in the sun for a few hours, come back, and it looks pretty unmelted. What's going on here? Nature World News looks at the good and bad of ice-cream stabilizers and why they're there. We also check out a wild new alternative.
Researchers have stumbled upon a fossil site that revealed that a group of Homo sapiens in Spain were cooking themselves a nice meal of snail between 32,000 and 26,000 years ago. That's about 10,000 years before experts believe ancient Frenchmen took up the same dining habit.
Neanderthals were not as slow and dumb as some believe. Researchers have recently uncovered evidence that suggests that the ancient sub-humans had more than enough cunning to hunt and catch wild pigeons.
I'm sure we've all had a nice quick-seared steak in our lives, especially if you tend to frequent successful chain steakhouses that have infamously mastered the art of cooking a fast-but-still-tasty piece of meat. However, those steaks still take a lifetime to cook compared to the two slabs of cow that grilled over a stream of molten lava just last month.
Americans are buying organic products more than ever before, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reports. This is great news for the an ever-growing organic movement dedicated to making the slow transition back to all-natural farming techniques. However, the reasoning behind this sudden surge in organic interest may have less to do with the movement, and a lot more to do with fear.