It may soon be possible to have your chocolate and eat it too, thanks to a “healthier” version with all the benefits and half the fat.
Diet & Fitness
Sitting in front of a screen can increase the risk of obesity, but TV seems to have a larger effect on weight than computers or video games.
To stretch or not to stretch? The latest understanding of preworkout routines may have you rethinking yours.
Smaller plates, fewer calories? The latest study shows one way to fight childhood obesity may be to shrink the size of the dinner plate.
A brisk walk may be just as good as a run for keeping the the heart healthy.
Eating fish can be good for the heart and even for the brain, so it’s probably no surprise that pelagic products can lead to a longer life.
Cash is a powerful motivator when it comes to shedding pounds, and the lure of money is even greater when dieters win or lose as a group.
By all accounts, it was a freak accident that shattered Louisville Cardinal Kevin Ware’s lower right leg in an NCAA regional championship game. But what makes young bone so vulnerable to such breaks?
There is no shortage of strategies to lose weight, but which work best for children?
Plants are all-natural sources of all things good for us, right? It turns out some of our favorite plant-based flavorings may do more harm than good.
It turns out that strengthening bone to avoid fractures starts at a very young age.
According to the American Heart Association, excessive salt intake led to nearly 2.3 million heart-related deaths worldwide in 2010
Call them “frankenfish,” but don’t look for genetically engineered salmon at Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods.