A survey of 2,004 Americans who celebrate Turkey Day explored how people are looking to spend the upcoming holiday and found more than half (57%) will still rely on celebrations through video calls in light of the ever-changing health guidelines.
In a new poll of 2,000 Americans, research shows that men are almost twice as likely than women (42% vs. 25%) to break up with someone or end a date early because of food habits, yet are more likely to admit to having the same bad habits.
A survey of 2,000 adults revealed a stark lack of knowledge around adult vitamin intake, including where to source them.
Nearly half of Americans dream about what they’re going to eat the next day, according to a new study
A survey of 2,000 Americans found that one in seven respondents said they’re not morning people, with 35% saying they still feel tired and another 31% feeling groggy.
An expert has revealed once and for all whether carrots truly help you see in the dark, if an apple a day actually keeps the doctor away, and if oysters make you frisky.
The survey of 2,004 people found that the average family meal has gone from 70 minutes to 85 minutes now — nearly a 20% increase in length overall.
Millennials are more adventurous with food than Baby Boomers - eating more foreign fare, experimenting with unusual ingredients - and even catching their own dinner
As many as 32 per cent have even been fishing and served up their catch that same evening.
Majority of Americans agree the cost of health and wellness is a major barrier to living a healthy lifestyle
A new survey of 2,005 people found that 59% see the high cost of health and wellness as a major barrier to living a healthy lifestyle.
Millions of coffee loving Brits won't allow anyone else to make them a brew - in case they over-steep the coffee, use tap water, or add too much milk
A study of 2,000 adults found just under half would rather go thirsty and tired than let someone else make their coffee as they like it "just so".
Brits have revealed 'elevenses' is no longer the favourite time to snack – it’s midway through the afternoon
Researchers polled 2,000 adults and found 3:48pm is the time we prefer to enjoy a little treat with voracious Brits looking for their next fix ahead of dinner time.