Don't trust those boxes, parents.
Two new studies have some conflicting viewpoints.
New studies say white noise can mess with your meal.
Two new studies reinforce what we've already heard about the difference between the brains of the large and the less so.
Some new thoughts about menu manipulation. And a study about drinking.
He's talked to Thomas Keller about the issue.
They're the first to show that it might make a difference.
Marion Nestle doesn't think so.
Plus: peeps get a retail presence, monkeys on a diet, raw cookie dough returns.
A carnivore who forgoes meat for a week finds that vegetarian diets are gassy, among other things.
New studies have somewhat conflicting things to say about booze and cancer.
A study of bottled water finds that certain brands (Wal-Mart's, for one) contain small levels of some of the same pollutants that exist in tap water.
A new study shows that intellectual activity affects your glucose levels in such a way that you tend to eat more after flexing your brain.