Food assistance programs are getting healthier, thanks to nutritional requirements that boost whole grains.
Up to 50% of children with a genetic disorder unrelated to autism are mistakenly diagnosed with the developmental disorder, and that can lead to inappropriate treatments that can worsen their condition.
Use-by dates are contributing to millions of pounds of wasted food each year.
Kicking the habit can be hard enough, but smokers with depression face a steeper challenge. Now there’s evidence that the drug varenincline (Chantix) can help.
Two of Emily Cunningham’s three children have food allergies. And protecting her kids is taking toll on the family budget.
More research is documenting the lasting legacy of bullying on its victims in nearly every part of their lives, from emotional wellbeing to career success.
There is no denying the First Lady’s Let’s Move! campaign is an historic effort to improve the health of America’s youth with unprecedented collaborations between families, schools, food companies and legislators. But while the …
U.S. teens are getting healthier, and, it seems, are doing what they’re told when it comes to eating right and exercising more.
Since 1990, about 90 million young lives have been saved by interventions that improve health and reduce the risk of the most common causes of death among children.
According to conventional wisdom, babies are born with the ability to be right or left handed. But it turns out that handedness is decided well before birth.
The next time you find yourself facing some questionable drinking water, look for some cilantro.