Most people won't experience any miracles by skipping fat, gluten, carbs or sugar.
Added sugar can influence a child's food choices and impact their health later in life.
Employers have an opportunity to improve their team members' health and increase productivity.
The FDA has extended its timetable for the Nutrition Facts label rollout—but that shouldn't keep you from taking a closer look at the sugar content in your purchases.
Sugar substitutes, however, don't give sugar-free chocolates and candy a 'health halo.'
Treating illness at its root cause requires a personalized approach.
Sugary sodas linked again to increased heart troubles and risk of dying.
Don't be so quick to write off this once-favored staple of your diet.
New guidelines add some slack to long-term blood sugar targets—but diabetes is still a widespread problem in the U.S.
Type 2 in young people can lead to a more aggressive disease with more complications.
Diabetes education can inspire a proper diet and lifestyle to pull patients back from the brink.
You don't need sugary treats to reward your kids—you just need to get everyone on the right track for healthier eating.