|Soup consumption may help to manage weight|
With the chill of autumn setting in and more Americans turning to a piping hot bowl of soup to fight off the cold, a new study led by an Iowa State University researcher raises the possibility that eating soup more frequently may reduce the likelihood of overeating.
|Iowa State, private partnership improves food safety|
A partnership between an Iowa State University researcher and a local biotechnology company holds the promise of making food safer.
|Gilligan studies relationships between parents and adult children|
After working at a shelter for women and families in crisis, Megan Gilligan returned to school to seek solutions.
|New professor focuses on the smallest of fibers|
Chunhui Xiang uses science to make materials more effective.
|New Iowa State study shows pregnant women need to move more |
It may not be enough for women to spend just 30 minutes a day on a treadmill or elliptical if they want to manage their weight during pregnancy.
|Food Finder app updated for the 2013 Iowa State Fair|
While the Iowa State Fair may not be known for healthful food options, researchers at Iowa State are updating the Food Finder application to make sure those who attend this year’s fair Aug. 8-18 can find nutritional information for their favorite fair treats.
|ISU study: Experienced firefighters analytical under stress|
Experienced firefighters take longer to make decisions under stress than novice firefighters, according to research conducted at Iowa State University. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
|Camp promotes nutritious diet and exercise |
It was a mystery campers at the 4-H Center near Madrid had to solve with their taste buds.
|Iowa State top presenter at international hospitality conference|
Iowa State University researchers in hospitality management will give 19 presentations – more than any other school – on local foods, Quick Response (QR) codes, and other topics this week at an international conference.
|Iowa State researchers charting health benefits of slowly digested starches |
Researchers at Iowa State University are mapping the potentially far-reaching health benefits of starches that take extra time to digest.