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The FDA’s new nutrition labels might not do enough to reduce obesity

The FDA’s new nutrition labels might not do enough to reduce obesity

Serving sizes will be increased on new food labels, but many won’t know what to do with that information

The difference between one and two dollops of Nutella is meaningless to the average consumer, but the company that makes this addictively delicious product is taking it seriously. More…

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The fall of the five-second rule

The fall of the five-second rule

Researchers have debunked the idea that dropped food is still bacteria-free after five seconds

The problem with drug take back days

The problem with drug take back days

Getting rid of unused pills saves lives, but throwing them in the trash may be the better approach

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Even more pharmacies in Ohio are allowing the public to get anti-overdose drugs without a prescription

A minor problem with medical marijuana

A minor problem with medical marijuana

Parents want it — and get it — but pediatricians are concerned about giving medical marijuana to kids

Can a diet prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Can a diet prevent Alzheimer's Disease?

Studies suggest that heart-healthy diets also associate with a healthy brain

Experts look beyond soda tax solutions for obesity crisis

Experts look beyond soda tax solutions for obesity crisis

Higher taxes on sugary drinks could reduce obesity globally, but non-financial alternatives might work too

Cancer’s pain and the concern of opioid addiction

Cancer’s pain and the concern of opioid addiction

Drugs play a crucial role in making cancer treatment bearable — but they need to be administered carefully