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Scientists Discover Brain Circuit Linked to Food Impulsivity—And It Could Lead to New Treatments for Overeating

Researchers found that activating a specific neural pathway in the brain can amplify or reduce impulsive eating, regardless of the foods.

Rather Than Polluting Icy Roadsides With Salt, Scientists Use Recycled Biowaste From Fruit

The U.S. spends $5 billion a year to repair damages to road infrastructure from winter snow and ice control operations and the use of...

Eating in Sync With Biological Clock Could Replace Problematic Diabetes Treatment, Says New Study

Not only did the study participants lose weight on the diet, their glucose levels also improved dramatically—and some were even able to stop taking insulin.

In World First, Scientists Reprogram Bacteria to Exist Solely By Consuming CO2 From the Air

After years of careful work, scientists have managed to breed bacteria that exclusively consumes carbon dioxide from its environment.

Here Are the Top Childhood Dinner Table Rules That Parents Now Love to Break

Adults apparently indulge in more than one of the same guilty pleasures from when they were kids—although most of them simply involve eating sweets.

People With Diabetes May One Day Be Monitoring Glucose With an Earring

Continuity contains a wearable “earring” glucose sensor with vibration alert, an insulin-mist pump, and wireless connectivity that sends data to a doctor and cell phones.

The Biggest Personality Differences Between Tea and Coffee Drinkers

If you’re a creative, introverted morning person, then odds are you prefer coffee over tea. A new poll of 2,000 Americans examined the personality differences...

Is Your Gut Out of Whack? 10 Things You Can Learn With a Home Test Kit

There’s no such thing as a universally-healthy food: What's healthy for one person can be inflammatory for you. Now, you can discover what works for you...

Good News in History September 29

50 years ago today, Love, American Style, the anthology comedy series produced by Paramount Television first aired. The show—considered risqué at the time—featured unrelated humorous...

Good News in History September 14

35 years ago today, retired Air Force Colonel and fighter pilot (who was shot down a decade earlier) Joseph Kittinger set off alone as...

More Than 40% of Millennials Have Changed Their Diets Because It’s Better for the Environment

A new survey of American millennials found that their relationship to food is more unique than that of previous generations, as almost 6 in...

5 Ways Companies, Governments, and People Are Helping Bees—on National Honeybee Day

In honor of National Honeybee Day August 17th, here are five ways that people are helping honeybees and how you can join the fight to save them.

Coffee Could Be Used to Fight Obesity, Says ‘Pioneering’ New Study

In this fascinating new study, researchers say that enjoying a cup of java helps the body to activate its own fat-fighting defenses.

Lower Risk of Type 1 Diabetes in Children Vaccinated Against ‘Stomach Flu’ Virus

In the study, over 1.5 million children who received the free vaccine were far less likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in life.

You Can Now Use These Pocket-Sized ‘Bee Savior’ Cards to Rescue Hungry Honeybees on the Sidewalk

These contraptions may look like credit cards, but they're actually pocket-sized lifelines for hungry honeybees in the city.

The Nutrition Company On a Mission to Help Others

Puratae is a socially responsible nutrition company offering a pure, balanced Superblend powdered shake. It gives back with every purchase—feeding children in need around the world.

What You Never Learned About Fiber and Why It May Be Exactly What You Need for Stubborn Ailments

Most people know that fiber is good for indigestion, but there is actually a lot more to why it's particularly essential for our health and longevity.

Scientists Unveil World’s First 3D-Printed Heart With Human Tissue

Up until now, scientists have only 3D-printed simple tissues such as skin and corneas – let alone an organ with blood vessels.

Our New Sponsor – Puratae: The Nutrition Company On a Mission to Help Others

Sponsored Content When the founders of Pūratae decided to start a company, they knew they wanted to focus on giving back. They’ve spent their lifetimes...

Good News in History, March 29

60 years ago today, “Some Like It Hot”, the romantic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, was released. Considered to be...