How To Tell If A Watermelon Is Ripe [VIDEO]
This summer, you may find yourself in your favorite grocery store trying to decide how to tell which one of the hundreds of watermelons in front of you is the ripest, there are two ways to find the sweetest ripest one for your family.
Vegetarians Live Longer
A large-scale study has determined that vegetarians live longer than people who eat meat.  I guess when your parents told you to eat your vegetables, they knew what they were talking about.
Debbie Ray Cooks
I learned to make vegetable soup from my Mom and it's one of only a handful of things I cook. Mom never used frozen or canned vegetables and neither do I. (I did add one ingredient to my version, though.) We eat it year-round, but it's especially good on a cold or rainy day, and a nice alt…
Record Setting Pumpkin
If ever there were a great and almighty pumpkin put on this earth to bring the spirit of the Halloween season to children all over the world, it would be this record-setting melon discovered last week at the Deerfield Fair in New Hampshire.
Dr. Kevin’s Top 9 Foods to Buy Organic
On this week's edition of Wellness Wednesday, Dr. Kevin recommended which foods are better to buy organic. Click through for the list and to hear the audio explaining why he recommends you choose organic for these particular foods.
Lettuce Addiction Saves Woman’s Life
Elsie Campbell woke up one day craving lettuce. She couldn't get enough of it. She began eating up to four heads a day! Her husband, a scientist, began researching her strange appetite and discovered that lettuce contains a nutrient that people with breast cancer often lack. Sure enough, when s…
Vegetarians Can Sue for Being Served Meat
A judge has ruled that a restaurant can be sued for serving meat to unsuspecting vegetarians.
The 16 plaintiffs, who are Hindus, had a party catered by Edison, New Jersey eatery Moghul Express. Instead of getting the vegetarian samosas they ordered, however, meat-filled samosas were delivered.
Vanity Veggies
Want to look younger?

Considering a makeover? Skip the Botox and the hair dye and hit the salad bar instead. Research conducted at the University of Nottingham shows that people looked more attractive when they added extra vegetables to their diets.