Can diet have an impact on whether we develop Alzheimer’s or other forms of demetia? The answer is a resounding yes.
Some experts are suggesting that increased waist circumference should be added to heart risk assessment tools, like cigarette smoking and high cholesterol.
Vitamin B and folic acid help prevent age-related vision loss.
A new study finds that drinking caffeinated coffee is associated with a lower risk of malignant melanoma.
Hypertension is the most common chronic condition treated by family physicians – and with good reason.
Soybeans contain all of the essential amino acids necessary for human nutrition and have been grown and harvested for thousands of years.
The one thing you do at night that could derail your diet, there’s new research on the sleep connection.
While the government regulates labels, you can too. If it sounds too tasty to be healthy, read closer and draw your own conclusion.
Looking to start 2015 off by eating healthy? You might want to pick up some whole grains, such as oatmeal.
People with celiac have up to a seven-fold increased risk for bone fractures. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Findings from a national study show that fast food not only increases kids’ weight but decreases test scores.
The Commit app gently nudges you to help you reach your goals.
Too many carbohydrates in the diet can increase the risk of people developing type 2, or adult onset, diabetes.
Where you carry your weight could be as important, if not more important, than how much you weigh.
It is one of the most widely quoted studies related to coffee consumption.