A recent survey shows that many Americans don’t know what “healthy” food is, because they don’t have enough facts or they’re given conflicting information.
In a new study, researchers found that teen girls who consumed an “inflammatory diet” were considerably more likely to have breast cancer as adults.
In a study, researchers found a link between high consumption of free sugars during pregnancy and an increased risk of allergies and asthma in children.
Hot dogs made with nitrites derived from celery juice or celery powder aren’t any safer than those made with artificial sodium nitrite.
According to researchers, eating fish at least twice a week significantly improves the pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Breastfeeding lowers the risk of heart attack and stroke in women, and the longer a woman breastfeeds, the greater protection she has.
Smaller brain volume and poorer memory are linked in two recent studies with soda consumption – including of the supposedly healthier “diet” kind.
In a statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics says that fruit juice should not be served to children under 1 year old, as it provides no nutritional value.
A review shows that every part of the avocado combats every component of metabolic syndrome, which means you are protected from various ailments.
Choline, a compound found in foods like eggs and fish, makes the blood “sticky” and may contribute to blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
A new study suggests that eating pasta could make you healthier and even make you eat less saturated fat. But is it really true?
Scientists have recently discovered a link between excess blood sugar and Alzheimer’s disease, paving way for much-needed research.
More U.S. adults are developing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Research suggests that consuming animal protein may increase the risk for the condition.
A gluten-free diet doesn’t reduce the risk of heart disease, and in people who don’t have celiac disease, it actually increases the risk.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in foods like grapes and blueberries, was shown in a new study to reduce aortic stiffening in people with diabetes.
Everyone loves a cold, refreshing glass of fruit juice. But does it cause weight gain in children? Here is what one study has to say.
The number of heart attacks and strokes decreased in New York State after several cities and counties banned trans fats, according to a new study.