Some candid questions can help you understand food choices—and whether you have a bigger problem than you realize.
Taste-testing your culinary creations? Dipping into the office candy stash? Those tiny tidbits can add up to big trouble.
You might be able to double your little one's intake of veggies—just by giving them options.
New research shows people who use antacid drugs are almost twice as likely to need allergy medications.
A fat-storing protein that helped our ancestors avoid starvation may today play an outsized role in excess fat storage—in times of plenty.
Researchers suspect women who have apple-shaped bodies are at increased risk of heart trouble.
Buying fresh produce at the height of each season will satisfy your palate—and your purse.
Reading the food label, cooking at home and following a few other careful steps can put your sodium intake in its proper place.
Marketing researchers have found that eaters will rate food more favorably when they're sitting down.
Weight-loss surgery is a game changer for many, but diet and lifestyle are the major factors in long-term success.
A single meal at most restaurants far exceeds the recommended daily allotment of sodium.
What you did at age 25 won't work at 40, or 65. The biggest trick: Know when to say when at the table.
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