People with lower educations levels tend to eat more junk food, according to a new study.
Sugar intake is not directly linked with fatty liver disease, a new study affirms.
An unidentified woman from Fargo, ND announced on live radio that she plans on giving obese children a letter instead of candy.
Cutting down on sweets may help preserve memory, a new study suggests.
As one of the favorite holidays for children approaches, Halloween brings out the sweet tooth in the little ones and even the adults too.
Researchers found that in mouse models, the brain does not register artificial sweeteners as a reward, which could prompt the brain to want more sugar later.
Researchers report that fans tend to eat more the Monday after their NFL team lost a game.
In a new study, researchers found that gestational diabetes could increase a pregnant woman's risk of sleep apnea by seven times.
Researchers found that having higher blood sugar levels even if the levels are not considered diabetic could still increase the risk of dementia.
Researchers report that children who drink at least one sugary beverage a day are at a greater risk of obesity than children who do not.
Researchers found that if people drank milk after eating dry cereal, their dental plaque pH levels rose from being acidic to normal.
Good news for the overall health of the US, but bad news for Beyonce.
Researchers found that sugar given to mice with humans can help researchers see cancerous cells on a MRI scan.
In a new review compiled by Purdue University researchers, diet soda was once again ruled an unhealthy choice that can lead to obesity and health complications.
More and more Americans are replacing sugar with artificial sweeteners, but scientists are still skeptical the sweet alternative really is better for health.
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.