The TV doctor resorts to Reagan-era scare tactics to inform people of the sweeteners.
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The United States, which makes up only 5 percent of Earth’s population, accounts for nearly a third of all the word’s weight.
A good way to wash down those burgers this summer.
As if diabetes, heart disease, impotence, and gout weren't enough to worry about.
Keller, Achatz, and Redzepi can't touch Ray-Ray.
Eating bad food is only one piece of the puzzle.
Hershey and CDC Discover the Benefits of Chocolate; Wendy’s Unseats Burger King as the Number Two Fast-Food Chain
Plus: Andrew Zimmern wants us all to eat more donkey; and Campbell's Soup teaches kids how to make kale pizza, all in our morning news roundup.
As grueling as the work may be, it's even worse for women.
Plus: Puerto Rico plans to kill iguanas and export their meat; and friends that eat together put on the pounds together, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: USDA's gardeners' guide shows warm zones have drifted North; and Burger King's latest concoction packs more than 1,000 calories, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Quizno's expands to the Philippines; and Food Lion will close more than 100 stores nationwide, all in our morning news roundup.
While the report paints a gloomy picture for working conditions across the industry, it's much more unflattering to chains.
Eagles Defensive End Brandon Graham Is Off Cheesesteaks; An Anthropologist Debunks the ‘Caveman Diet’
Plus: BPA may cause aggression and depression in little girls; and tap water is having a moment, all in our morning news roundup.
Eleven-Year-Old ‘Heimlich Hero’ Says Saving Lives Is ‘Awesome’; Beer in Cans: No Longer Just For Hicks and Hipsters
Plus: Research ties soda consumption to violence; and BK unveils an 'artisanal' burger, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Folks who crave sweets are total sweethearts; and today is Food Day, a nationwide observance and celebration of healthy and sustainable foods, all in our morning news roundup.
Students with references to and photos of drinking were determined to be four times as likely to develop drinking problems.
Plus: Women agonize over their diets more than their sex lives; and the search begins for the next El Bulli, all in our morning news roundup.
While big beer's sales continue slipping, craft brews' keep growing.
Caffeine might kill sun-damaged skin cells.
With privatization comes more aggressive marketing and sales efforts, which ultimately results in increased drinking.