FILE PHOTO: A vendor selects fruit for sale at a market in Lima, Peru November 2, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo/File Photo

Scientists Reveal ‘Ideal Diet’ for the Health of Peoples and the Planet

Scientists have unveiled what they say is an ideal diet for the health of the planet and its people - including a doubling of...

Do Different Shaped Pastas Really Taste Different?

Which pasta-style did you prefer when you were a cheesy, carb-craving kid: shells or elbows? Odds are you fell solidly in one camp or...

Why Foil Isn’t the Best Thing to Wrap Your Food In

Refrigerated leftovers typically last up to four days if your leftovers are sealed and stored correctly. For most people, covering a plate with foil...

WATCH – Intermittent Fasting: How to Properly Practice the Celebrity-Approved Diet

ET spoke with celebrity trainer Jorge Cruise about how to intermittent fast. SOURCE: Entertainment Tonight

Communication Expert Gives Three Simple Tips That Will Help you Get Your Dream Job

If you're looking to land your dream job in 2019, help is at hand as an expert has revealed his tips for making an...

Australian Expert Lists Basic Rules of Etiquette and Even Some You May Not Know

Summer is well underway and as a result thousands of Australians will be attending countless dinner parties, restaurants and family gatherings. And while many have...
In this Nov. 1, 2018 photo, Laurel Foster holds her phone in San Francisco. Foster is among teens involved in Stanford University research testing whether smartphones can be used to help detect depression and potential self-harm. (AP Photo/Haven Daley)

Phone Apps Being Developed that Can Detect Depression, Suicidal Tendencies

Rising suicide rates and depression in U.S. teens and young adults have prompted researchers to ask a provocative question: Could the same devices that...

You Might Not Know This, But Taco Bell Is One of the Healthiest Fast...

While you might not normally equate fast food with wholesome eating, there are actually options you can get from the drive-through that are on...

Troubled Couples May Soon be Taking Their Relationship Problems to AI Counselors

Couples whose partnership is in difficulties could soon be baring their souls to an AI chatbot instead of a human counsellor, according to the...

Seven Simple Recipes to Help You Celebrate the New Year that Stay Within Your...

“I should invite some people over for New Year’s!” you said. “It will be fun!” you said. “I can pull this off!” you said. And...

How You Can Eat Healthy for Less in 2019

ATLANTA, Georgia – Two of the most popular New Year's resolutions are to "save money" and "eat healthier." Most people think you have to pick...
The "rabbit ears" antennae may be in the past, but over-the-air television is making a comeback. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

Old School: TV Antennas Making a Comeback in the Age of Digital Streaming

Karl Rudnick, a retired 69-year-old mathematician who lives in Solana Beach, Calif., recently bought a second home outside Minneapolis to be close to family...

Children Need to Be Kept Safe When Traveling in Cars

On Dec. 7, 2018 a Travelers Rest woman’s worst nightmare came true after three of her 4 children were killed in a horrific car accident....

14 Days of Cookies: #14 Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pinwheels

Our favorite flavor pairing gets an impressive makeover in these surprisingly easy swirled cookies. With a quick-start shortcut thanks to Betty Crocker™ cookie mix,...

14 Days of Cookies: #13 Italian Christmas Cookies

If you’re looking for a global spin on Christmas sugar cookies, this classic Italian version, made with lemon and ricotta, is one you won’t...

14 Days of Cookies: #12 Gumdrop Cookies

Whether you grew up with them or are just discovering their colorful appeal, Gumdrop Cookies deserve a permanent spot in your baking repertoire. This...

These Stores and Restaurants Will be Open On Christmas Day

Last-minute shoppers looking for gifts or needing one last ingredient for the Christmas casserole won't have many options Tuesday. Christmas Day is the one day of...

Study: A Third of Americans Are Thinking About Leaving Country to Live Abroad

Researchers found that people who don’t feel “very strongly” about their national identity were most likely to consider life outside the U.S. A third of...

14 Days of Cookies: #11 Cream Wafers

Butter, whipping cream and flour are the magic trio that creates dough that bakes into melt-in-your-mouth wafer cookies. Ingredients Wafers 2 cups Gold Medal™ all-purpose flour 1 cup...

14 Days of Cookies: #10 M&M’s Pudding Cookies

We took everyone’s favorite basic M&M’s™ cookie and added vanilla pudding for an easy, scratch cookie with tons of flavor — then dolled them...