Even for older adults who aren’t tech-savvy, simple digital tools and occasional phone support can dramatically improve weight-management success – and at a fraction of the cost of intensive one-on-one counseling.
Diet & Fitness
It’s one thing to find a strategy that works in the lab, but quite another to prove that it’s effective in the real world as well.
Cravings for unhealthy foods often go hand in hand, which isn’t good news for young waistlines.
When it comes to foods that lower cancer risk, color may count.
Hunger would seem to be a fairly straightforward instinct: Depending on how much you eat, you either will or you won’t be hungry afterward.
For the first time, researchers classify the brain injury from head trauma into four distinct stages
If you’re at high risk of having a heart attack, changing your diet can significantly lower your chances of heart disease. But how much can fruits and vegetables help someone who already has heart trouble?
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months
Diets are all about finding healthy or “guilt-free” options. But maybe guilt is exactly what makes food — and the things we enjoy the most — taste so good.
A daily dose of exercise is good for both mind and body, but how much is enough?
It’s that time of year–the holiday season. That means plenty of reuniting, entertaining, and of course, eating. Whether you’re on the road or at a party, here are tips for not overdoing it this year.
We’ve gotten too culinarily snooty for our own good. Say hello — again — to the old way of eating
Is high-priced organic peanut butter really healthier for you? We compare the nutrients and find some surprising results.