From Kraft Foods to Walt Disney, five companies that are tackling obesity ... that you might not expect. Is it genuine change?
Months after proposing a maximum beverage size of 16 ounces for sweetened beverages — infamously mangled as the NYC Soda Ban — Mayor Bloomberg found approval. Then he was sued.
As the grace period for Bloomberg's soda ban winds down, we need to understand the ramifications of the ban beyond not being able to "super-size-me."
In order to address the individual and specific risk of a potential humanity killer, we would send out a scoping mission to probe its structure. And that would cost some money.
Paul Shawcross, Chief of the Science and Space Branch at the White House Office of Management and Budget responded to John D's November petition to construct a "Death Star."
Given the new information on the damage playing football does to the human brain, is it time to reconsider football as America's favorite sport?
Google holds the most important piece of the energy revolution, and it has nothing to do with the company's green energy initiatives. Earth's future is all dependent upon the driverless car.
The hundreds of billions of tax dollars going towards the incredibly profitable fossil fuel industry would be much better spent helping the newer and growing renewable energy industry.