More food manufacturers are introducing foods aimed at children with food allergies or intolerances. Among new options are gluten-free snacks, cookies and cereals, and products that don't contain any wheat, dairy, soy, fish, sesame, sulfites, shellfish or eggs.
A new study found that vitamin C can contribute to the growth of cancer when enough fat is present in the stomach. Researchers said the findings may explain the insignificant success of vitamin C supplements in curbing cancer risk.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., promised to implement an open process involving the American people to enact universal health care. He says he would announce a health care reform package within his first 100 days and would form a bipartisan commission to draft details.
Increasing awareness and diagnoses are making celiac disease a more common ailment. The corresponding rise in the number of gluten-free products and restaurants has made it easier for celiac patients to manage their disease.