Could a handful of walnuts a day really keep the doctor away? For patients at risk for type 2 diabetes, perhaps.
Condition Center: Healthy Eating and Diet
It won't exactly make kids' brains bigger, but a high-quality breakfast could make them more likely to succeed on standardized tests.
Maybe it's because it's one of the most commonly consumed drinks worldwide, or maybe it's because it's just so tasty, but there's a lot of coffee res...
Think you're thin just because your BMI says so? Think again.
A little shock to the brain could one day help some patients stop overeating.
If your favorite chain helps its customers make healthier choices by listing calorie counts on its menu, you may be in luck.
If you're looking for a natural way to reduce your osteoporosis risk, you may want to give soybeans a try.
What if you could reap the potential health benefits of drinking 50 bottles of red wine by eating a single tomato?
If your creamy peanut butter is suddenly really, really crunchy, you might have a recalled product on your hands.
Following a World Health Organization (WHO) report that found that processed meats could cause cancer, bacon fans took to Twitter to show their suppo...
If your stomach turns at the thought of the meat mish-mash that makes up many hot dogs, your instinct might tell you to turn to the vegetarian versio...
You probably don’t spend your free time wondering whether you’re getting enough vitamin D in your daily diet. But you may want to reconsider.
Bacon may have a great reputation on the Internet, but its reputation in the health community just took a nosedive.
For years, people have praised foods high in antioxidants, such as blueberries, as healthy. Despite their potential health benefits, dietary antioxid...
Sleeping more can sometimes mean eating less. And new evidence suggests that could spell weight loss.
What if science could make staying physically fit as easy as taking a pill?
Pelvic pain during pregnancy is one of those uncomfortable byproducts of motherhood. But staying active in the months prior may help.
Tailgating season is in full swing, but that doesn’t have to mean expanding waistlines or hangover headaches.