Watching your weight and following the Mediterranean-style diet may increase your chances of getting pregnant, according to nutritional experts.
How do you make meatballs healthier? Just add a little but of orange.
A new report identified big name professional athletes that endorse food and beverage brands that are unhealthy.
Eating five meals a day may protect teens from gaining weight, a new study suggests.
A new UN report calculated that one in eight people in the world suffers from chronic hunger.
The latest body craze for young American girls is the thigh gap.
Researchers found that anorexic women are at a greater risk of giving birth to a low weight baby.
After a day of sitting in the office, employees are often "too tired" to exercise, according to a new study.
Could gum disease overshadow future joint problems? While researchers have long known about a link between periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) - the microbiological mechanisms have remained unclear.
A new UN report found that even though childhood mortality rates have dropped by 50 percent in some regions of the world, there were still 6.6 million deaths last year.
A bad night's sleep may make people buy more unhealthy foods the next day, according to new research.
Switching to the Mediterranean diet may do more than protect people from heart disease and diabetes. New research reveals that eating like an Italian can also help preserve cognitive function and protect against neurodegenerative diseases like dementia.
Men are on average 11 centimeters taller than they were a century ago, according to new research.
Being obese during pregnancy can negatively affect the health of the mother and baby. Obese pregnant women are more likely to suffer problems like gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, infection and labor problems. While there is never a bad time to lose unhealthy weight, a new study reveals that dieting just before conception may not be enough to prevent health risks associated with obesity during pregnancy.
A fruit-rich diet may protect people from diabetes, a new study suggests.