On the mend after injury or surgery? The right foods—and sometimes a few supplements—can hasten your recovery.
Suss out those sneaky salt sources by improving your label literacy and falling in love with home-cooked meals.
Weight-loss surgery is a game changer for many, but diet and lifestyle are the major factors in long-term success.
Extra virgin olive oil should enjoy a top spot in your recipe—it's tastier, it's healthier and it wards off disease.
DNA will always have a say, but don't underestimate the healing power of healthy food.
Mankind has complicated this centuries-old favorite. A few practical guidelines can help you simplify your yogurt expedition.
Sweeten your spring and early summer with a pair of recipes based on nature's natural sweetener.
A single meal at most restaurants far exceeds the recommended daily allotment of sodium.
Asparagus, watercress and peas are the mainstays of early spring yields—and they deliver a heap of vitamins and minerals lost to winter.
Don't cook the goodness out of antioxidant-rich foods—they're more apt to maintain their powerful qualities when prepared gently.
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.
While certain genetic mutations can increase a woman's chances of a diagnosis, three specific actions can help offset the risks.
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