Being Fat Costs America $168 Billion; Peanut Brittle All the Rage
A new study reveals that nearly 17 percent of U.S. medical costs can be blamed on obesity -- some $168 billion.
Conceiving your child in early spring can increase his or her chances of developing food allergies, according to Finnish researchers.
Meanwhile, men who eat a lot of junk food could increase their children's chances of having type 2 diabetes.
The Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal, which adopted a goat to make its own cheese, is one of the hotels that has embraced rooftop gardening.
Peanut brittle is all the rage on restaurant dessert menus. Michael's in New York serves hazelnut brittle with chocolate mousse.
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At Harvard, physics and applied mathematics professors team up with chefs like Wylie Dufresne and Grant Achatz to talk about science-y cooking methods.
Magic Johnson has sold all 105 of his Starbucks locations. Looks like he might be liquidating his assets to buy another NBA team.
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