Study: A typical 50-year-old with hypertension could gain three extra years of life by aggressively treating the condition.
Some candid questions can help you understand food choices—and whether you have a bigger problem than you realize.
Add nuts, herbs and berries and that bowl of so-so oatmeal will turn into an antioxidant powerhouse.
Taste-testing your culinary creations? Dipping into the office candy stash? Those tiny tidbits can add up to big trouble.
Your ideal diet won't necessarily entail fewer carbs and less fat. Researchers say moderation is key.
Those who cycle their dieting—five days on, weekends off—may encounter nearly as much gut damage as non-dieters.
A few simple alterations to your morning sandwich can keep your calories in check.
Swapping a handful ingredients can trim about 200 calories from these typical meals.
Electrolyte abnormalities, dehydration and inflammation are all potential side effects of low-carb diets—and they all create conditions that can lead to heart malfunctions.
Over time, consumption of high-quality, plant-based foods can lower the risk of death—as long as you also steer clear of animal-based meats and unhealthy treats.
Working out doesn't go as far as you might think. Be ever mindful of quantity and quality.
When you populate your day with iced coffees, sweet teas and other flavored beverages, you're cramming hundreds of additional calories into your diet.
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