Lifestyle and diet can play a major role in helping women transition through the hormonal ups and downs of Menopause.
A New York restaurant and bar is being sued by two waitresses who claim that their bosses forced them to step on the scale at work regularly before they could start waiting tables. Is that legal?
Adult obesity rates increased in more than half the states during the past year. The news about childhood obesity rates is even worse.
Most of us use many visual and auditory cues to make crucial decisions. A perfect example is when it comes to diet.
Last week the American Medical Association put its weight behind requiring yearly instruction aimed at preventing obesity for public school children and teens.
It may just be one of the biggest reasons for people putting on unwanted weight – not enough time to eat and eating on the run.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the number one cause of death in the world and salt can play a key role.
It is the middle of June. You have no excuses. I am talking about excuses not to exercise. Now is the best time.
I find it interesting that New Years Day is the time of year we make our resolutions. My suggestion is to use this time of year to make a resolution to exercise and watch your diet.
Parents of overweight or obese children who think their problems will disappear during the teen years, think again. Research shows children’s activity levels decline as they reach adolescence.
It is not something we talk about often but there is a micronutrient in our body that plays a critical role – it’s zinc.
The attention being paid to purging disorder is relatively new, but there are women who have this condition.
Stress is a part of everyday life but how we deal with stress has a great deal to do with how happy we will be. Exercise, diet and even medication can help.
A study from the Cleveland Clinic has found the longer a person has diabetes, the higher their risk of having a stroke.
Fooducate lets you scan an item’s bar code to see how it was graded on its nutritional value.