Allergies go back to school

One child in 13—or about two in every classroom—has a food allergy. Follow these 4 tips to keep your kiddo safe.

Five healthy kid breakfasts for busy mornings

Send your kids out the door on time with a breakfast that will keep them going all morning.

Can eating crickets boost your health?

A bug's life—edible insects are nutritious and often surprisingly delicious.

Generic EpiPen gains doctors’ approval

Severe allergy sufferers can now get a lower-cost option with the newly approved product.

Fuel up for your workouts

A physician assistant shares what we should eat before and after exercise ... and how to time it.

Improve diet quality to boost weight loss

Think vegetables and fruits, whole grains, plant-based fats and healthy sources of protein.

Eight tips to prevent foodborne illness

Learn about the worst culprits behind summertime foodborne illness and practical ways to avoid them.

Exercise chases away the blues … to a point

Activity helps people no matter their age, race, gender, household income or education level.

Adding pennies per drink may counter alcohol’s toll

Study explores five cost-effective strategies for reducing alcohol-related deaths.

For the culinarily challenged

How do fast food vs. full-service restaurant meals stack up in the health column? You may be surprised.

Keep foodborne illness at bay

Salmonella is most common during the summer months.

When autumn can’t come soon enough

Hot weather isn't always a breeze—but there are ways to brave the inevitable stormy days.