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The World Health Organization has published its latest report on obesity, highlighting the impact that it is having on European countries.
Researchers in Japan have invented a set of electrical chopsticks that recreate the taste of salt in a hope to lower those with a high sodium intake.
Are all carbs created equal? Apparently not, as the Carbohydrate Food Quality Score (CFQS) seeks to arm consumers with the right information on the nutritional content of the carbs they are eating.
Giving humans the best start in life not only benefits the health of those humans, but the world too. Here, Rachelle Neumann explains how new technological advancements can take baby formula to the next level.
Many people around the world – specifically women and those in low-income homes –are being heavily polluted by cooking emissions in their kitchen, suggests new research.
A gene that causes antimicrobial resistance in bacteria such as Salmonella and E.coli has been discovered in the US.
An average of nine promotional claims can be found on the packaging of individual UK baby foods, finds research - and not all of them are clear.
Aly El Sheikha considers the possible use of PCR-DGGE as a tracing tool in the food supply chain as total transparency becomes ever more important.
The researchers have recommended that alcohol excise be increased in European countries to reduce cancer cases, where in many cases alcohol is not taxed at all.
Professor Da-Wen Sun and Xiahui Lin examine the merits and applications of hyperspectral imaging in food safety.