U.S. teens may be drinking more sugary beverages than ever before, but younger kids in California are cutting back.
Diet & Fitness
Want to get more active? Pay attention to the signs at your local park; they can boost your physical activity by 7% to 12%.
It sounds like something a quack would support, but it’s true. There’s growing evidence that lifestyle changes such as eating a healthier diet and exercising more may be enough to prevent and even treat conditions ranging from …
New research for the University of Guelph shows that the majority of herbal products on the market contain ingredients that are not listed on their labels.
When it comes to fitness, you can’t always get what you want
Keeping bones strong may take more than popping a few pills, according to the latest research.
They’re the latest in high-tech weight loss, but all that technology isn’t translating into slimmer users, according to the latest study.
What happens when celebrity role models get behind healthy habits and junk food?
Researchers credit vigorous exercise with lowering risk for the disease by 25 percent
Forget the pills — there’s new evidence that exercise may be as effective as medications in treating heart disease and diabetes.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released some good news for the school lunch program, which should translate to healthier students by the end of the year.
The color, shape and size of what you drink affects how much you pour