Do peanuts make your throat close up? Do berries give you hives? Could melons kill you?
An explosion of food allergies is unique to America and Europe and no one seems to know why.
Tonight, CBS4′s Brian Andrews looks at the reasons your grandparents might not have had food allergies, but you do.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam warned Congress that if they don’t approve a farm bill the nation’s food supply will be at serious risk.
Congress has been struggling to pass any bills this year, but one of the biggest failures has been the lack of a farm bill. If Congress doesn’t move a farm bill soon, getting a gallon of milk may be more expensive than a six-pack of soda.
The most confusing numbers at the grocery store are not the prices but the “sell by” dates on just about everything.
In an effort to have healthier choices available in school lunches, suppliers of chocolate and strawberry flavored milk to most of the state’s schools have reduced the amount of sugar they use in the drinks.
We’re all on the lookout for counterfeit cash. We know to be suspicious of counterfeit purses. But what about fake food? It’s a growing threat in the US and beyond.
As folks across South Florida follow the epic series between the Heat and the Thunder, one question emerged: How much do folks in South Florida actually know about the state of Oklahoma?
Bringing home a newborn is a joyous, but challenging time in a parent’s life. Everything is new and could be a bit overwhelming, but when it comes to providing them with the very best, that should be easy. The very best could come from mom herself.
Milk has long been considered nature’s most wholesome food — vital to good health. But in recent years the dairy industry has come under fire for the use of antibiotics and growth hormones. Now, there’s new evidence, leading to a milk backlash, reports CBS4’s Cynthia Demos.
A new federally-funded study has confirmed research that children need to put down the bottle as soon as possible.