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The Whole30 Won't Fix Your Relationship With Food

Ultimately, it fails to address the root of many people’s food-related anxiety.
Franzi Ross
Isabelle Ross
5.16.18
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Rich People Know Less About Nutrition Than They Think

When surveyed on a variety of food topics, wealthy people fared no better—and sometimes worse—than their lower-earning peers.
Sheril Kirshenbaum
Douglas Buhler
4.17.18
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I Worry That Everything I Eat Is Going to Give Me Food Poisoning

Every slightly dented veggie threatens to turn my life into the bathroom scene from Bridesmaids.
Jennifer Billock
3.21.18
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How Much Sushi Is Too Much?

Parasites, mercury, bacteria, oh my.
Misha Gajewski
1.24.18
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How Gross Is It to Eat Buffet Food?

Well, an infectious diseases specialist called them "cesspools for bacteria."
Ryan Brown
1.11.18
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Five People Explain Why They Stopped Eating Meat

The average American eats more than 100 pounds of poultry every year.
Melissa Meinzer
1.4.18
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Why Does the First Bite of Ice Cream Taste Better Than the Last?

It has to do with something called “sensory specific satiety.”
Caroline Beaton
11.17.17
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How Nasty Is It to Cook Food in a Dirty Microwave?

Let's assess the risks of those rock-hard leftover bits.
Kristen Dold
10.31.17
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'Death Wish' Coffee Recalled Because It May Contain Deadly Toxin

Who woulda thought?
Nick Keppler
9.21.17
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Restaurants Can Be Hell for People with Food Allergies

Everyone should be able to order without getting shade from a server or spending a night in the ER.
Oset Babur
9.12.17
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Can I Eat Food That Sat Out All Night?

A guide to the leftovers festering on your kitchen counter.
Christina Stiehl
8.18.17
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There's No Such Thing as Healthy Ice Cream

Halo Top’s success is a symptom of our national food guilt.
Susan Rinkunas
8.10.17