I have a bone to pick with doctors: Too many are giving poor advice when it comes to exercise.
Nutritional science changes quickly. Here's how nutrition information has changed over the years and why it's important to keep up.
It may be in your spice cabinet right now - but should turmeric also be in your medicine cabinet?
A new study on coffee has found that caffeine can affect the way we perceive sweetness and may make us crave sweets more strongly.
Recent news about artificially sweetened beverages inspired this physician to scour the medical literature. Here's what he learned.
The documentary opens a conversation about the U.S. health crisis. However, these conversations can be presented without making viewers think their egg breakfast will result in cancer.
Steps are simple but require mindfulness. To walk, we must learn to stand properly. If done correctly, standing and walking can work your entire body for the better.
Except in rare instances, people genetically susceptible to obesity should not regard themselves as doomed.
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Yes, you can turn yourself into an early riser. But not overnight.
Researchers now say that fats may not be as bad as thought, carbs may be worse, and as far as fruits, veggies and beans go, the more is better approach isn't a hard and fast rule anymore.
Foods are manipulated and then advertised with words such as "healthy" and "real" to make them sound more nutritious than they really are - but don't be fooled.
Many experts, while extolling the benefits of exercise, say the primary villain when it comes to excess weight is what's on our menu.