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Our noses can detect nearly a trillion different scents. When the main character in our story smells just a handful of them he winds up in quite a mess! Derek...
"It's hard to describe it in any any other way than deception if you're promoting something as if it works, but there's actually human data to suggest it doesn't."
What to do with all the delicious fruit that's in season is a delightful dilemma that chef Kathy Gunst has been considering.
Since Nov. 8, 2016 I have gained 10 pounds, writes Deborah J. Bennett. Friends have confessed to seeking solace in vodka tonics, hot yoga, Ativan and art.
Long before it became one of the hottest diets in America, the ketogenic diet was used for patients with epilepsy, and it often works -- but it's extraordinarily challenging to...
John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino (HGTV’s “Cousins on Call) co-star in this story about a man who gets a very tricky lesson about the dangers of gossip.
Back to school means a change of pace — especially when it comes to cooking. But these recipes can help remedy a more stressful schedule.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins revisits her conversation with journalist Amy Ettinger, author of "Sweet Spot: An Ice Cream Binge Across America."
Soft drink giant Coca-Cola announced on Tuesday it is acquiring Moxie, a long-lived and beloved New England soda brand that is the official state beverage of Maine.
A new, monumental study found that alcohol is associated with 2.8 million deaths a year worldwide, including about 88,000 Americans.
From Lobster Rolls and Clam Chowder to Portuguese and Jamaican inspired dishes, there's a lot to love about the cuisine of Cape Cod.
Use of legal medical and recreational marijuana continues to grow in several states around the country.
With consumers buying less soda in recent years, companies like Pepsi are trying to diversify.
Eating, drinking and cooking with the seasons can be blissful. And it just feels right. But there’s that tinge of sadness, too. Fall is coming folks, with its beautiful decay...
A new analysis of New England's shrimp population doesn't bode well for the future of the long-shuttered fishery for the crustaceans.
Chef Kathy Gunst's peach tree is bearing fruit. She brings hosts Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson a peach chutney, peach jam and a peach pie.
You might not know it from the craft brew pubs everywhere, but Americans are drinking more wine and spirits -- slowly pushing aside beer. We'll find out why.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has been ranked first in campus dining for the third year in a row.
An agricultural company has acquired licensing rights for a gene editing technology developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Broad Institute and Harvard University.
Nothing beats a refreshing drink on a hot summer day, so we learn how to make a Sherry Daiquiri and a Venetian Spritz.