There hasn’t been strong evidence to support the idea that vitamins can combat cancer—until now.
Will calorie counts on soda-vending machines help curb consumption of sugary drinks?
Aside from occupational exposure, most people are exposed to mercury by eating fish — yet eating fish is good for moms and babies. So, what are pregnant women to do?
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.” …
New research questions whether organic produce and meats are really more nutritious or healthier than conventional varieties
Certain types of fats are good (think monounsaturated) and some are bad (saturated, trans) for the heart; a recent study finds the same may hold true for the brain
People are packing on the pounds worldwide, but a recent analysis finds taxing junk food could curb obesity rates.
You’ll be surprised at the list of health foods that some nutrition experts won’t touch.
You’ve heard it before, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet so many of us skip it. Consider these easy ideas from health experts who make their morning meal a priority.
A cluster of studies relies upon geographical data-mapping to analyze the impact of neighborhood on children’s health.
Researchers analyzed historical data on children’s height and weight and calculated that the childhood obesity rate will rise to 21% by 2020 unless children eat less, exercise more or both.
For sheer crispy, crunchy deliciousness, the potato chip is tough to beat. It’s no wonder, then, that Americans spend more than $7 billion a year on the salty snack. Not coincidentally, it’s also one of the top dietary contributors to weight gain, according to a recent Harvard study.