Nearly half of all U.S. deaths in 2012 were attributable to diet-related cardiometabolic disease, including heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.
A link between sugar and depression? A study suggests that men (and women) with high sugar intake may be more prone to depression and other mood disorders.
Low-calorie sweetener use among children rose 200% from 1999-2012, leaving health experts concerned about the potential long-term health effects.
If you have a hard time getting your kids to eat vegetables, researchers have a suggestion for you: make them sound more “seductive.”
Researchers at Banfield Animal Hospital write in a report that obesity among pets has skyrocketed over the past 10 years, thanks to their owners.
The rate of diabetes worldwide quadrupled between 1980 and 2014, and the WHO says things will get worse if we do not tackle the issues at hand.
Smaller brain volume and poorer memory are linked in two recent studies with soda consumption – including of the supposedly healthier “diet” kind.
Soda no longer tops the list of Americans’ favorite beverages; it has been replaced by bottled water.
When a Rush University assistant professor rigged vending machines to make people wait 25 seconds for unhealthy snacks, more people chose healthier foods.
Dr. William Harris believes that omega-3 fats play such a huge role in preventing disease that he is launching the Omega-3 Index.
An Italian village near the see boasts 81 centenarians our of only 7,000 citizens. What is the secret to their longevity?
Researchers in Brazil have found that eating a diet high in citrus can help to lower the risks of diseases related to obesity.
According to a new study, a healthy diet in the first 3 years of school is linked to enhanced reading skills in children.
While the gluten-free diet trend has spiked, the number of people who suffer from Celiac disease – characterized by a gluten intolerance – remains stable.
Now, a new study suggests that there may be a scientific reason we can not resist food loaded with carbohydrates – because they are our 6th taste.
Virginia Tech researchers found that cutting out just one sugary drink per day can give you a noticeable overall health boost.
A new study suggests that heart attack patients who take high-dose fish oil supplements may suffer less permanent damage to their heart.