Unhealthy eating habits can affect anyone, especially busy families often “running on empty.” Get tips and practical advice on nutrition and weight management to help you improve your efforts with ease.
Anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating are common in the United States. But they're hard to identify and tough to fix.
All the fancy diets in the world, including the new CICO fad, can't outperform a commitment to great nutrition and regular exercise.
Skip the elevator, take the stairs. Ditch the computer, head to the mall. Some simple steps will boost your metabolism this holiday season.
While men are predisposed to lose weight faster and easier, women can still see formidable results with the right lifestyle.
Thirst is actually a sign you're already dehydrated.
Want to help friends and family members who have diabetes? Create holiday meals with low- and no-sugar offerings—and keep portions small.
Ideas abound for those who would like to give unique gifts that are both healthy and well-received.
Getting kids to drink water with their school lunches could help keep their weight in check and save the U.S. billions in obesity-related costs.
People who incorporate more nuts into their diet often make better lifestyle choices overall, including healthy nutrition choices and regular exercise.
Put down that forkful of perfectly twirled white spaghetti, and grab a plate of whole grain pasta instead.
Eat, drink and be merry—but not too much! A gastroenterologist shares 9 tips to help you get through this holiday season.