According to a new study, a low-cost empowerment program can reduce the incidence of rape in Kenya.
Disadvantaged children who attended high quality early childhood programs have a reduced risk of developing chronic diseases in later life, a new study reported.
The USDA added more whole-grain products, yogurt, canned fish, fruits and vegetables to the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
Halloween buy back programs where children are offered prizes or money for their unopened candy will start soon throughout the nation.
In a new report, researchers found that the consumption of sugary beverages fell for children under 12 but increased for children over 12 in California.
In a new study, researchers reported that improving park signs could lead to an increase in physical activity.
McDonald's announced that for the first two weeks of November, the Happy Meals will come with a book instead of a toy.
Researchers report that nurse intervention can help mentally ill HIV-positive patients remember to take their medications.
Researchers believe that studying sweat can reveal a lot about an athlete's fluid retention and hydration.
The USDA reported that some schools quit the National School Lunch Program due to the new guidelines.
Researchers found that an Australian phone program helped improve the lives of bower cancer survivors.
Two NYC hospitals will start the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program, which aims to give better access to fresh produce for low-income families at risk of obesity.
Around 60 Thai policemen will start a 12-day weight-loss program this week that addresses exercise and nutrition.
Researchers suggests that a national level lifestyle change program can effectively help promote a healthier lifestyle and lower risks of diseases, such as type two diabetes.
According to the National Park Service, parks throughout the country must start providing healthier food and drink options for park goers.