Chris details the cancer diagnoses of former Phillie Darren Daulton, the newest arrival at the Philadelphia Zoo, and the changing House Republican agenda on immigration reform. He also talks to Senator Pat Toomey and Comedian Joe DeRosa.
With so many farmers’ markets within the city and scattered throughout the suburbs, Philadelphians can take their pick of delicious, local produce, dairy products and baked goods…even artisinal chocolate!
The list, which highlights the 12 fruits and vegetables that are most contaminated by pesticides, included an additional “Plus” category for the second year in a row.
The Food and Drug Administration is detaining imports of cucumbers from a Mexican company after they were linked to salmonella illnesses in 18 states.
The managers and lead farmer at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley share their top tips for visiting and shopping at the markets this season.
According to a report, a diet consisting of fruits and vegetables and soy is an excellent defense against cancer.
A new study from Columbia University finds people who follow the Mediterranean diet have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Sometimes, you just need a BIG SALAD. Here’s where to find the freshest veggies, protein, fruit, cheese and more, all mixed up in a (mostly) healthy bowl of deliciousness.
Having a hard time getting your child to eat his vegetables? It could be he has a problem with bitter tastes.
The study found that, for each 25 grams (that’s two or three apple slices) a participant ate per day, stroke chance went down nine percent.
Delicious food and drink recipes to enjoy summer produce now and all year long
Could eating healthy be bad for you? There’s a new report on produce and pesticides called the “Dirty Dozen” which was released by the Environmental Working Group.
Carotenoids can be found in most common vegetables like carrots and potatoes and green beans. And according to one study, they can help you live longer.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli Had enough yet? Whatever you planted and weeded and watered or forgot to – isn’t it done already? “Passed its peak” is how gardeners generally describe the state of their landscape […]