A new study found that a poor diet before pregnancy can increase risk of preterm birth.
The FDA approved advantame, making it the sixth artificial sweetener available in the United States.
The Environmental Working Group's report found that children's cereal options contain too much sugar.
The FDA's latest proposal would require companies to label sugar sweetened honey products.
Melanoma cells are dependent on glucose to grow and spread which means blocking its fuel source can halt cancer growth, a new study is suggesting.
A new study found that eating a junk food diet can lead to a sedentary lifestyle and not vice versa.
Researchers concluded that adding blood glucose levels to help predict CVD is not effective.
In a new study, researchers reported that natural sugars derived from the tequila plant can prevent obesity and diabetes in mice models.
WHO's latest recommendation states that people should limit their daily sugar intake to the target goal of five percent.
The USDA reported that high food prices are tied to higher blood sugar levels.
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 leading expert and supporter of Action on Sugar, Professor Simon Campwell stated that "sugar is the new tobacco."
A new report found that obesity rates have been increasing rapidly particularly in developing nations.
Next time when you find yourself indulged in unhealthy eating, curse sugar not fat. A new study has found that what really draws people to sweet treats like milk and chocolate shakes is not the fat that they contain but actually the sugar.
Researchers from two different studies found that drinking soft drinks and consuming too much sugar can lead to kidney dysfunction.
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.