Fast food restaurants are not entirely to blame for our nations growing weight problem. Many offer healthy options. But studies show that most of us turn them down because of other reasons.
Many people get all dolled up for Easter, or any day of the week ending in “y,” but a psychoanalyst says there’s nothing wrong with that, to a point.
A consumer watchdog organization that reviewed thousands of meals for children says 97 percent of kids’ meals didn’t meet nutritional standards from the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Eating out isn’t easy for people trying to watch their diet. Calorie counts are spotty and if you’re on a restricted diet, it’s hard to find the right foods. The HealthyOut app makes it a little easier.
Are you in a mixed marriage when it comes to weight? As Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl tells us, it’s worse if the woman is overweight.
A study of 93,000 women found that those who ate three or more servings of blueberries or strawberries per week were 32% less likely to have a heart attack.
If your diet attempt is failing miserably, one local expert offers some sage advice!
Humans make resolutions to lose weight but how about making one for your pet? Recent studies have found more than 50 percent of pets in America are overweight.
One resolution I recommend, even in the second week of January is eating a good breakfast.
There are numerous things we can all do to improve our lives and the lives of those around us but, whatever your resolution, keep it in perspective.
People who have osteoporosis are at dramatically increased risk for fractures which, in the elderly, can lead to longterm health issues. So, how can this be prevented?
That sprig of mint on your plate isn’t just decoration – it helps digestion and has a pacifying capacity as well.
Breaking bad habits is hard – and sticking to a new routine is even harder. Lift is an app that can help.
Cutting back on soda to cut calories? You might want to scale back your booze consumption, too.