British researchers found that coffee drinkers had a slightly lower risk of death than abstainers.
Research suggests that the recommended level of the nutrient is too low for optimal health.
The Youth & Family Wellness Fair will deal with serious issues. There’s also lunch and entertainment.
Where’s the best place to keep them? It’s not the medicine cabinet — or your kitchen counter.
Studies have suggested that obese people often taste flavors with less intensity than lean people.
Get rid of the old stuff and add some new healthful foods to your larder.
Research suggests it’s more important to play with your toddler than teach her the alphabet.
The injections might be an alternative to joint-replacement surgery — but it’s too soon to tell.
This recipe for the mighty mushroom blended burger puts more plants on your dinner plate.
Make small changes to build up your confidence in handling a major change when it comes your way.
Life is change, but change isn’t easy. Here’s how to better cope with life’s natural progression.
The experiment was replicated 90 times. Eighty-seven of the mice were declared cancer-free.
The patricular strain of bacteria is found in about half the cows in the United States.
The visual appeal alone may explain why it’s one of the oldest cultivated fruits in the world.
There is a fine line between helping your kids and enabling their unhealthy behavior.
It’s true that you can’t out train a bad diet. Catherine Bongiorno is living proof.
Outsmart cravings with these tricks to help you successfully kick your sugary habit.
Take a tour the American Association for Respiratory Care Virtual Museum at museum.aarc.org.
Here’s what to eat what to avoid eating to protect against cognitive decline and dementia.