Eating before you sleep can damage the part of the brain that is associated with memory-formation.
Even though this holiday is surrounded by food, it does not mean that you have to be unhealthy. Here are six ways you can stay healthy during the holidays.
Instead of eating unhealthy snacks within your reach, pack these 7 protein-filled snacks to munch on throughout the day.
Here are five healthy snack ideas that can improve sleep.
Ever eat the entire pizza when you're not even hungry? That is the case of 'mindless eating.'
A new study found that handing out low-calorie recipe cards at the front of a supermarket can help reduce the number of snacks purchased by overweight customers.
Researchers found that kids who used debit cards to purchase school lunch were more likely to consume more calories.
A new report found that if all the fast food places disappeared, children would still be overweight or obese due to poor food choices.
A 12-year-old boy from California needed to go to the doctor's office after experiencing burns due to the overconsumption of spicy snacks.
Schools play a crucial role in kids’ health. When schools adopt healthful nutrition policies and practices, kids' diets improved, a new study suggests.
Starting in the 2014-2015 school year, schools will have to stop selling snacks high in fat and replace them with healthier options.
Study reports that people who shop for foods when they are hungry tend to buy more high calorie items.
A survey done in the United Kingdom reported that Sunday at 7pm is the most vulnerable time for people to turn to comfort eating.
A new study has found that eating a lot of snack foods raises the risk of cancer in people who have an inborn susceptibility to colorectal and other cancers. According to the study, these people with a risk of Lynch Syndrome may lower their risk by eating fewer snacks. People who inherit Lynch syndrome have high risks of developing colorectal cancer, endometrial cancer, and other cancers at an early age.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.