Food

Innovation
How a genetically-engineered tomato could help solve a global health crisis
Claire Cameron
Science
Is smoked food healthy? A nutritionist explains the potential risks
Claire Cameron
Culture
Amazon keeps selling out of these 45 totally genius things under $20 for your home
Christina X. Wood
Science
What diet is best for the planet? A new study suggests restaurants can help you choose
Claire Cameron
Culture
Lazy people swear by these 50 extremely helpful, low-effort products
Cristina Sanza
Mind and Body
Best diet to boost mood? A study on men and depression reveals the answer
Sarah Sloat
Mind and Body
Lemon water won’t detox or energize you — but here’s what it can do
Evangeline Mantzioris and The Conversation
Mind and Body
Does smoked meat cause cancer? A dietitian assesses the damage
Elana Spivack
Science
Can restaurant menus help diners choose climate-friendly meals?
Tara Yarlagadda
Innovation
These robots have one special skill that could make human chefs obsolete
Sascha Brodsky
Mind and Body
What’s in your dietary supplements could be secretly hurting you
C. Michael White and The Conversation
Mind and Body
Should we abandon refined-flour pasta? A dietitian digs in on "healthier" alternatives
Elana Spivack
Science
Ancient people’s fishing practices could keep one coveted seafood on the menu
Claire Cameron
Mind and Body
For mice, fasting at the right time extended lifespans — but can it work for humans?
Nick Keppler
Mind and Body
Does submerged produce stay fresh longer? The science behind the hack
Elana Spivack
Science
Ancient Indigenous oyster fishing practices could save coastal ecosystems, study finds
Jennifer Walter
Mind and Body
Can dry scooping boost performance? Experts explain the viral workout hack
Ali Pattillo
Mind and Body
Study: Intermittent fasting is not better than just eating less
Nick Keppler
Science
Can you refreeze thawed leftovers? A food safety specialist explains the complicated science
Elana Spivack
Innovation
49 things under $30 on Amazon that are just so damn good
Christina X. Wood
Science
Eco-friendly air conditioners are possible — here’s how future cities can keep cool
Saugat Bolakhe and Knowable Magazine
Mind and Body
Is the raw food diet healthy? A nutritionist debunks the wellness myth
Elana Spivack
Mind and Body
This TikTok trend encourages you to drink aloe vera. Should you?
Katie MacBride
Science
Astronomers catch a stellar explosion a millionth as powerful as a supernova
Claire Cameron
Science
Scientists finally know why Oreo filling always sticks to one side
Elana Spivack
Innovation
47 popular home upgrades people are making that are under $35 on Amazon
Christina X. Wood
Science
Can I feed my dog a vegan diet? A new study says it’s a good idea
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
One common household spice has big health benefits — and it might fight cancer
Laura Brown and The Conversation
Mind and Body
The perfect diet: Why one nutrient-rich food could help your heart
Taibat Ibitoye and The Conversation
Science
You're probably handling your pet's food wrong, new study finds
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Study debunks a popular myth that wine is good for your heart
Nick Keppler
Gaming
Sonic chili dogs: The wild hidden history behind the blue blur's fave snack
Zack Kotzer
Innovation
45 cheap products that save you from having to buy expensive stuff
Christina X. Wood
Science
Bacteria could solve a cardinal food problem for vegans
Brittney J. Miller and Knowable Magazine
Mind and Body
Is raw meat good for you? The science behind the controversial eating technique
Colin Michie
Mind and Body
How much tuna can I eat in a week? The science of mercury poisoning explained
Chad Jarolimek and Simon Apte
Science
Molecular chemistry debunks a misguided pasta cooking technique
Elana Spivack
Innovation
45 extremely handy products you'll use for years
Christina X. Wood
Mind and Body
When is best to drink coffee? Time your cups to optimize performance
Jocelyn Solis-Moreira
Science
A compound in chocolate may have hidden heart-health benefits — but there's a catch
Claire Cameron
Mind and Body
Artificial sweeteners cause cancer in mice. Here's worrying data from humans.
Nick Keppler
Mind and Body
The dirtiest part of one vegetable could boost gut health — and save the world
Eleanor Binner and Afroditi Chatzifragkou
Mind and Body
Is dark chocolate good for your heart? A physician reveals the unfortunate truth
Elana Spivack
Science
Christopher Columbus' ship has been trapped for over 500 years
Ashley Bardhan
Science
Get stuck in the past — nostalgia might be helping your brain
Ashley Bardhan
Mind and Body
Intermittent fasting: How when you eat affects your mental health
Elena Koning and Elisa Brietzke
Science
Is that soapy cilantro taste genetic? Why the answer is still elusive
Elana Spivack
Science
Do apple seeds contain cyanide? The science of poisonous fruit pits explained
Elana Spivack
Science
There might be an easy explanation for the biggest shark in the world
Ashley Bardhan
Mind and Body
What did Einstein eat? Inside the diet of the famed physicist
Katie MacBride