Food And Drink

US experts reviewing low-carb, other diets for guidelines

Apr 2, 2019

As the keto diet surges in popularity, low-carb supporters hope for a nod of approval in the upcoming U.S. dietary guidelines

The Latest: Milwaukee suburb excited for jackpot winner

Mar 28, 2019

Residents of a Milwaukee suburb where the winning ticket for the $768 million Powerball jackpot was sold say they're happy the winner could be from their community

Boo light special? Market defends self against ghost claim

Mar 26, 2019

A Massachusetts supermarket chain is spiriting away rumors that one of its stores is haunted

O'Rourke's casual style to be tested by national campaign

Mar 25, 2019

Presidential bid tests O'Rourke's freewheeling style against demands of building a nationwide political organization

New Jersey orders cleanup of clothing, cookware chemicals

Mar 25, 2019

New Jersey is ordering five companies that manufacture chemicals used to stain-proof clothing and produce non-stick cookware to spend what could be hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up contamination from the substances

Rookie Herta wins IndyCar Classic at 18 years old

Mar 24, 2019

Rookie Colton Herta wins inaugural IndyCar Classic after late-race crash

Export slump deepens for American whiskey producers

Mar 21, 2019

For American whiskey producers, their tariff-induced hangover became more painful in late 2018 when a downturn in exports accelerated, especially in the European Union _ the industry's biggest overseas market, an industry trade group said Thursday

Machado brings Manny Mania to rebuilding Padres

Mar 19, 2019

Manny Mania touches down in San Diego this season, where the signing of slugger Manny Machado has led to increased ticket sales for the Padres and inspired at least two craft beers

Taste of history: Yeast from 1886 shipwreck makes new brew

Mar 15, 2019

An ale introduced at a New York beer festival this month comes with an intriguing backstory _ brewed from yeast in beer that went down on a doomed steamship and languished on the ocean floor for 131 years.

The way you speak now was shaped by what your ancestors ate

Mar 14, 2019

Scientists report that the way most of us speak today has been shaped in part by what our ancestors ate.

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