When you see the word “organic” on a food label, what it means and what it says to you are apparently two different things.
Working to stay fit sucks up a lot of people’s time, often with little to show for it, but a fitness journalist says, too often, we’re listening to old news or bad science.
Airport food has improved over the years and there are now healthy choices at most major hubs.
Researchers from the Center for Obesity Research and Education in Philadelphia studied a group of young children and watched the way they ate on different sized plates.
Researchers followed adolescents from ages 14 to 18. More sleep was associated with a reduction in average BMI.
It is important to study imported foods because we often detect issues with quality control.
A Boston doctor claims people can lose two pounds after the first day with her overnight diet.
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!