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Why Do Some People Suddenly Develop Food Allergies Later in Life?

It can be confusing and daunting to suddenly not be able to eat a food you've eaten your whole life.
Shayla Love
1.24.19
This Week in Science

Sometimes Your Brain Goes Back in Time and Changes What it Perceived

It's called postdiction, and it's the opposite of prediction.
Shayla Love
10.12.18
Gluten

A Third of 'Gluten-Free' Dishes Contain Gluten, Study Shows

“Having gluten-free ingredients is not enough to ensure that gluten isn’t making its way into the food," says the lead doctor on the study.
Lauren Rothman
10.12.18
Eat This

Most Gluten-Free Diets Aren't Really Gluten-Free

Many celiac patients are still ingesting enough gluten to cause intestinal damage.
Julianna LeMieux
4.13.18
Dating

Gluten-Free People Are Getting Laid Way More than the Rest of Us

They might not have pizza, but they have a lot of sex.
Jelisa Castrodale
2.2.18
Gluten Free

Party City Pulls Ad That Calls Gluten-Free People 'Gross'

The retailer has since apologized for a commercial some perceived to be "insensitive."
Mayukh Sen
1.24.18
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How-To: Make Gluten-Free Onion Rings with Chris Kronner

Chris Kronner of San Francisco's Kronnerburger updates a classic deep-fried recipe with his gluten-free onion rings.
Chris Kronner
11.11.17
food allergies

I’m an Irishman with a Lethal Potato Allergy

My life-threatening allergy to fries, mashed potatoes, and even potato vodka has made life difficult—and painfully ironic. But I've always wondered what my fate would've been like if I’d been born in Ireland some 200 years ago.
Kevin Zawacki
9.1.17
Recipe

Gluten-Free Onion Rings Recipe

The perfect, crispy side to go with burgers.
Chris Kronner
8.2.17
food allergies

This Chef Is Taking a Stand Against Your Fake Food Allergies

Friesen previously posted a photo of a vegetarian’s order at a BBQ restaurant and said that maybe people who don’t eat meat should skip the place.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.2.17
Gluten

Vatican Takes a Stand Against Gluten-Free Communion

"Hosts that are completely gluten-free are invalid matter for the celebration of the Eucharist."
Nick Rose
7.11.17
You're Smarter Than That

Only Four Percent of Americans Actually Have Food Allergies

But that's really just our best guess.
Alexandra Ossola
6.12.17
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