Archer, the latest creation from Cornell University berry breeder Courtney Weber tops out at over 50 grams
New research shows that consumers who have poor eating habits and who are overweight benefit the most from long-term reward incentives than if they are offered price reductions of an equal value
Researchers found that firefighter platoons who eat meals together have better group job performance compared with firefighter teams who dine solo
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It’s an unlikely beer-drinking toast: “Here’s to L-T-P-One!” Yet, the secret to optimal foam in the head of a freshly poured brew, according to Cornell University food science research, is just the right amount and kind of barley lipid transfer protein No. 1, aka LTP1.
Coffee drinkers, rejoice! Aside from java’s energy jolt, food scientists say you may reap another health benefit from a daily cup of joe: prevention of deteriorating eyesight and possible blindness from retinal degeneration due to glaucoma, aging and diabetes.
A woman’s body at rest will remain at rest – and that means health woes for older women.
A new study that decoded the DNA sequence of the kiwifruit has concluded that the fruit has many genetic similarities between its 39,040 genes and other plant species, including potatoes and tomatoes.