The once ubiquitous "Got milk?" ads featuring milk-mustached celebrities look tame next to the provocative ads for a new beverage, Fairlife. "Drink what she's wearing," proclaim the ads, which show a brunet bombshell wearing a minidress made of dripping
You can't let every ache, soreness or twinge worry you but there are pains that come on suddenly or accompany fever that you should never ignore. Abby Cuffey and Dr. Houman Danesh explain how to recognize when some pains need immediate attention.
From the plight of childhood obesity to the hulking industrial food system, the state of food in America gives us plenty to be depressed about. But there's also plenty to celebrate in the world of sustainable food. So when you gather around the heritage
spokesperson for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), slammed Tuesday what he called the "callousness" of Israel's summer assault on the Gaza Strip.
The world waited too long to respond to Ebola. Ebola is devastating parts of West Africa. And every day we continue to wait - for funding to reach the ground, for nurses and doctors to be deployed, for the shattered medical services to be rebuilt - more
The fact that the Queen of England came to Canada decades ago and took her pick of native children to molest and use in ritualistic cult sacrifices is, of course, a bitter pill to swallow, but it is all true. Mass graves don't lie...
Neil Young is boycotting Starbucks, and you should too. The company obviously doesn't think you have the right to know what is in your food. Why sue a small state that legally determined for itself that GMOs should be labeled? It once again comes down to
A provocative new study titled, "Epidemic of complicated mumps in previously vaccinated young adults in the South-West of France," reveals that the MMR vaccine, despite generating high rates of presumably protective IgG antibodies against mumps, does not