If I’m thin then I’m healthy, right? Wrong. There are several misconceptions people have about weight, losing it and what’s healthy. Here’s the low-down on some myths we’re better off busting.
Weight is never an easy subject, but it can be especially dicey when parents broach the issue of eating habits and weight with their teens.
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There is no shortage of strategies to lose weight, but which work best for children?
Paltrow reveals her latest diet decisions in her new cookbook. And they don’t include some of children’s favorite comfort foods.
Poor sleeping habits can lead to overeating, but can unhealthy diets keep you up at night?
It’s time to set goals for 2013, and a psychologist has some hints for helping you make those changes last
There hasn’t been strong evidence to support the idea that vitamins can combat cancer—until now.
Another study endorses the effectiveness of the ubiquitous, points-based weight loss program
Will calorie counts on soda-vending machines help curb consumption of sugary drinks?
Nutella for breakfast? What kind of nutty idea is that?
Well a Nutella truck is crisscrossing the country through December 15, dishing out samples of the chocolate hazelnut spread as part of a twelve-city “breakfast tour.” …
In journalist Janice Min’s new book, the author shares health, beauty and fitness tips from celebrity trainers, doctors and the stars themselves
Fat cells in a protruding belly may be different from fat cells elsewhere in the body—and more hazardous to your health