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The science actually says something much more positive.
Science needs this.
Marketing healthy food to kids won't make them any slimmer.
Scientists have yet to find that electronic cigarettes pose a significant health risk to users. 'National Geographic' seems to think that's a reason to panic.
A new study suggests that our diets could be the key to reversing memory loss.
Self-diagnosing online is not a good idea. Not even a little bit.
Working for free early in your career is an incredible opportunity to create a professional identity for yourself.
Judging by the evidence, the answer might be yes.
Drinking is fun. Hangovers are not, especially when you're a working millennial. Here's how you avoid them.
The hit reality show is based on bad science, starvation diets, and excessive exercise and sends the wrong message to people who want to lose weight.
Should we eat and exercise like our ancestors? One biologist says no, and she's wrong.
The CDC reports that American children are eating less than they did a decade ago, but what's more important is that they're eating fewer carbohydrates.
Everything you think you know about eating healthily, weight loss, and obesity is wrong. At least, it is if you learned it on the internet and not from a scientist.
Congress cut $22 million in funds for the National Organic Certification Cost-Share Program from the new farm bill extension this year. Here's why this may actually be a good thing for taxpayers.
An obesity researcher says fat people need to be shamed into losing weight. Here's why that's a dumb idea.
Why do we make New Year's diet resolutions that we give up on after only the first month? Here's the science behind the failed New Year's diet.
Vaccines prevent the spread of disease and save lives, and most Americans should be required to get them.
Blaming holiday indulgence for obesity is just as wrongheaded as blaming soda or fast food: Obesity is not caused by Thanksgiving.
Since President Obama has spent the last four years thumbing his nose at science, the fact remains that Romney is the better choice between the two candidates.
In defense of eating a whole bunch of candy on Halloween.
There's nothing wrong with soon-to-be parents choosing the sex of their baby.
Progressive politics is the biggest threat to science, according to two science writers.
California's GM food labeling proposal has nothing to do with science.
Higher science education standards aren't the answer to America's science literacy problem.