Researchers explain that moving bee hives across long distances, as is common in the U.S. to pollinate crops, speeds up the process of disease spread.
For years, the antibiotic colistin was known as the best chance to combat antibiotic resistance. But journalist Maryn McKenna says there’s bad news.
What if you could change the way your food tastes by manipulating smell?
In the past few years, Monsanto has purchased weather analysis companies and big data firms. The company now wants to buy the Swiss chemical company, Syngenta.
Introducing oleogustus: "oleo" is the Latin root word for fatty and "gustus" means taste.
Researchers have found that people who can vividly imagine smells are more likely to be obese than those who do not.
Researchers at Stanford are exposing small amounts of offending foods to those who suffer from food allergies to “train” immune systems to stop overreacting.
A class at Iowa State University encourages students to invent a new food product and demonstrate how they would take it to the marketplace.
Doctors and researchers want to understand more about why cancer is more likely to be fatal for rural residents than most city residents.
Eating dinner as a family has been shown to do everything from boost nutritional intake to boost vocabulary in children.
Researchers have shown that people who cook at home instead of eating out end up consuming less fat and fewer calories without even trying.
A new study has shown that a group of food companies cut trillions of calories, mostly from junk food, but questions remain about the pact’s overall effect.
Scientists are encouraged by the brain's adaptation to the healthy foods and the use of behavioral therapy in overweight patients.
Researchers are looking for ways to combat nut allergies, which have been on the rise over the past decade.
One goal of Feed the Future is to help farmers increase yields and production efficiency—and those are lessons the ag schools can share.
A new Harvard study shows the strongest links yet between neonicotinoid pesticides and mass bee deaths over the last decade.
New research has thrown long-held health recommendations over fate consumption into doubt, but some experts are worried consumers will get the wrong message.
A new study has found that a majority of the top 100 athletes' food and beverage endorsements were for unhealthy products.
New research has shown for the first time a strong link between some fungicides and sick bees.
New research from UC Davis suggests that our brains automatically regulate salt intake, casting doubt on calls for Americans to cut salt consumption.