An analysis of over 400,000 food and drink products found that the U.K., U.S., and Australia had the healthiest packaged food whereas China and Chile scored poorly.
In response to tight regulations on alcohol distribution, people have started to produce their own safe—and most importantly cheap—booze in their backyard.
Toddy, or palm wine, has lost popularity in Malaysia, where it's associated with lower class South Asian migrant laborers brought by the British in the colonial era.
We had illustrator Sara Rabin spend a couple weeks with a Wink Pen, the clever glass fountain pen that lets you write with any liquid. This is her story.
A new study from Saint Joseph’s and Yale Universities suggests that the forces weighing on our snacking habits are more subtle than they appear.
A new campaign video from Thames Valley Police uses tea as an analogy for sexual consent. “If you can understand how completely ludicrous it is to force people to have tea, how hard is it to understand when it comes to sex?” it asks.
Consumer advocacy group US Right to Know petitioned the FTC and FDA—and failed—in attempts to stop Coca-Cola and Pepsi from using the word “diet," claiming it's “deceptive, false and misleading.”