Migrants have played influential role shaping American taste, but not all contributions have been valued equally
New research is changing the way doctors think about early exposure to potential allergens
In the latest episode of Audiommunity, we discuss the first known acquired food allergy, apparently caused by a bone-marrow transplant.
A reference post for why I’m going to start having silly drawings in my posts instead of real data.
Edibles have become a popular option for cannabis consumption. Since its legalization, there have been issues within this budding field. Some might say marijuana’s relationship with food is much like Cheech and Chong’s--completely entwined but not without its glitches.
Spare a thought for the mosquito microbiome - these insects curate their resident bacteria by secreting special molecules that protect their friends and leave foes open to attack.
Southern foodways provide insight into the ways segregation was developed and maintained during the Jim Crow era
New research shows that sugars lacking from the milk of malnourished mothers may be the key to a gut ecosystem children need for proper growth
Sorry, Pescatarians: Congress Says Catfish are Now Effectively "Meat," and What this Means for Biodiversity
The new USDA catfish inspection program costs millions, solves no problem, and could hamper efforts to maintain the biodiversity of the Chesapeake Bay.
Apple, pumpkin, berry, key lime--no matter what kind, all pies are filled with science.
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