The Food and Drug Administration released a statement today that some chicken meat may contain small amounts of arsenic, despite agency
The company has received reports of nausea and elevated blood vitamin D levels tied to the use of the products.
It's OK to indulge every once in a while.
Written by: Cielestia Calbay When the Atlanta Falcons drafted Tim Dwight in 1998, they called him the “Kamikaze Kid” because of his
By Cielestia Calbay If you’re pressed for time but crave waffles after a hard workout or race, a quick and easy frozen version sounds
By Cielestia Calbay Take this with a grain of salt. A recent study is stirring up controversy as it found that low-salt diets may not be as
By Cielestia Calbay Today marks the 41st anniversary of Earth Day. And though only 36 percent of Americans are concerned about the
By Cielestia Calbay Those observing Good Friday will want to have a meat-free meal come dinnertime. But cutting out meat doesn’t
By Cielestia Calbay The fall holiday season has a reputation for being indulgent, but Easter is just as bad. As the Lenten season ends this
By Cielestia Calbay A bag of Cheetos a day keeps the stress away. Or so suggests a new study that found elevated levels of salt in the body