‘MasterChef: The Professional’s Winner Is A Glasgow Teacher

Dec 23, 2016 AM EST This year’s “MasterChef: The Professionals” winner is a college lecturer.

Christmas Diet? Windsor Prof Says The Holidays Is The Wrong Time

Dec 23, 2016 AM EST Trying to get control of your Christmas eating? Now is the wrong time to diet.

Heston Blumenthal: Diagnosed With ADHD; Encourages Schools To Stop Stigma

Dec 22, 2016 AM EST Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal says that the Victorian school system stigmatizes ADHD kids.

Why do Students Gain Weight When They Go to College

Dec 14, 2016 AM EST Here are the reasons why students gain weight when they go to college, according to research.

Science-backed Reasons Why Food Cooked with Love is More Delicious

Dec 07, 2016 PM EST Here is the reason why meals prepared with love and effort are more delicious.

Food Insecurity: The Hunger Problem In Campuses

Dec 07, 2016 AM EST Aside from the overwhelming cost of college tuition, students are also facing another issue that may prove to be detrimental to their health: food insecurity.

Masterchef: The Professionals Train Bath College Chefs

Nov 17, 2016 AM EST All the cooked food at the Masterchef: The Professionals went to be part of a good cause.

Anthony Bourdain’s Advice To College Students Who Wants His Career

Oct 12, 2016 AM EDT Want to hear what Anthony Bourdain has to say to those who want his job?

Finance In College: 4 Ways To Cook For Yourself Without Breaking Your Budget

Sep 09, 2016 AM EDT Eat well without breaking the bank.

Papa John’s Pizza Specials Does Not Indicate Schnatter’s College Degree

Aug 22, 2016 AM EDT John Schnatter has a notable college degree that helped him build Papa John’s Pizza.

The Cockroach Milk Surprise: Academic Research Explains Why It Is The Next Big Food Thing! [VIDEO]

Aug 01, 2016 AM EDT Biochemist at India's Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine in Bangalore, Subramanian Ramaswamy surprises science and academic domains with his latest research- "Cockroach Milk: ...

MIT Solve 2016: The Program Focuses On Addressing The World's Most Dire Issues In It’s Second Year!

Jul 11, 2016 AM EDT Massachusetts Institute Of Technology's Solve program divulged its preliminary schedule of activities for fall this year and spring 2017. Solve is an ongoing MIT-based program that aims to find ...

Does Weight Loss Diet Really Work? Here's What You Need To Know!

Jun 22, 2016 AM EDT There are many of us who know what to eat, how to eat and even when to eat, but just don't do it, clearly indicating a negative relationship with food.

Skin Exposure to Food Allergens Increases Risk of Developing Peanut Allergy, Study

Oct 09, 2014 AM EDT Skin exposure to food allergens contributes to sensitization to foods like peanuts in early life, according to a study by Icahn School of Medicine. The finding partly explains why most children become ...

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