You still need to get rid of the worm afterward. But you can use milk, cookies, and a hammer for that.
We don’t need to oversell research findings. Science is cool enough — and, in the case of last week's Mediterranean Diet study, tasty enough to withstand the rigors of discovery without the hype.
As of October 2010, New Jersey partially met six of 13 standards that the Institute of Medicine recommended for school-food policies. Pennsylvania met none.
From her mom's kitchen to Vetri, a chef's culinary journey offers lessons in how to nurture a love for nutritious foods in children. Lesson No. 1: Turn the school lunchroom into a classroom.
Organic food may be no more nutritious than conventional food, but that offers little insight into the overall value of organics or its impact on the public’s health.
Thanks to a concerted effort by the CDC and health workers across the country, breastfeeding rates continue to rise nationally. Not so much in Pennsylvania.
Scientists have long known that malnutrition during childhood can cause lifelong intellectual and behavioral problems. Now, recent research paints an even darker picture.
As debate rages over Big Soda's impact on health, one thing is missing: a comprehensive review of the evidence by the nation's top doc.
It sounds trivial, but some of the facts reported by the CDC are startling enough to suggest a bit of caution before throwing burgers on the grill.
My wife was nursing our 4-month-old daughter on a bench at a suburban mall near Boston when a stranger, a woman, approached and said: “That is disgusting!”
The causes of America's big problem are complex and thoroughly intertwined with our cultural, economic, and physical environments. And it's preventable.