In a new study, researchers found that eating slower could help reduce calorie consumption for normal-weight people.
Researchers found that an extra 2,000 steps a day could improve heart health.
Researchers warn pregnant women and women looking to get pregnant about the risks involved with eating too much red meat.
Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health reported that eating healthy costs around an average of $1.50 extra per day in comparison to eating unhealthy.
In a new study, researchers from the NYU Langone Medical Center found that calorie labels did not reduce the number of people who visited fast food chains in Philadelphia.
Schools play a crucial role in kids’ health. When schools adopt healthful nutrition policies and practices, kids' diets improved, a new study suggests.
Researchers tested preschool children and found that they can differentiate healthy foods from unhealthy ones.
Analysts looked at 5,427 fast food meal options and found that only 33 of them could be considered healthy.
Researchers found that when people saw healthy foods first on a buffet line, they were more likely going to eat the healthy options.
An unidentified woman from Fargo, ND announced on live radio that she plans on giving obese children a letter instead of candy.
Researchers reported that of the 830 kids who died from flu-complications, 43 percent of them were completely healthy.
Researchers found that snacking on almonds can lead to reduced hunger.
Researchers found that people who eat with health-conscious friends might make better food choices.
Researchers found that older men and women who used the Internet frequently were more likely to partake in cancer-preventive behaviors.
In a new study funded by Weight Watchers International, researchers reported that people who joined Weight Watchers were more likely to lose weight when compared to people who tried losing weight on their own.