Food groups and eating habits by Americans that are classified to be the top causes of high death rates in the U.S.
Children aged under 10 years and under have been increasingly diagnosed with tooth decay and other teeth related problems. As many as 128,558 cases have been reported so far where one or more teeth have been pulled out since 2011.
According to a new research, drinkers who live in the poor areas suffer from poor health as compared to wealthy drinkers because they are likely to have other harmful behaviors too. When drinking is combined with other behaviors such as smoking, followed by poor diet and excess weight, it can amplify the risk of alcohol-related conditions, as per the study.
More than 41 million children aged under five are overweight or obese across the world, and the numbers are increasing at a significant rate in developing countries, said WHO on Monday
According to the latest research conducted by the University of North Carolina, being lonely is considered far more harmful for the teenagers than lack of exercising
A recent study published in an online journal, Hippocampus, reveals that the part of brain that forms episodic memories, also known as the dorsal hippocampus, get activated as soon as one eats sweets.
Your craving for junk food is directly associated with your brain!
You may not know this but the fast food companies have made their way into your child’s head. The concerned parents revealed that 37% of them visited the diners after those tantalizing ads more often than other diners
Researchers at the University of Minnesota found that children were more likely to be overweight or obese if their parents commonly restricted foods. While children who were pressured to finish their meals were largely of normal weight, this attitude had adverse affects on those children's eating habits as they grew older.
Treating yourself to a box of chocolates when your feeling down may seem like a good way to lift your spirits. However, researchers are urging people to think twice, after a new study revealed eating unhealthily could make bad moods even worse.
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.