November 27, 2013 Hip to Be Square For years we’ve been told that eating 6 to 7 small meals a day is the way to go for weight loss. Not so fast. New evidence suggests that eating the classic 3 meals a day is better for your health
January 3, 2013 Buzz Kill In a Bottle With recent deaths linked to energy drinks, what do parents need to know to keep kids safe?
January 19, 2011 BPA-Free! Concern surrounding the presence of a harmful chemical in plastics, metals waned when laws restricted its use in baby products in 2008. Now, attention is turning to everyday products, and how BPA might affect adults
January 20, 2010 And the Cancer Ran Away With the Spoon Many foods are touted as helping cancer survivors get – and stay – well. Here’s a guide to which foods really do help prevent disease and encourage recovery.
May 20, 2009 On the Body Clock Researchers discover how 24-hour body cycles influence metabolism, aging
May 18, 2009 Un-earning Your 'Stripes' Stretch marks are almost a given for most moms, but is there an effective way to get rid of them for good?
May 7, 2009 The Parent Trap 'Practice what you preach' is a tried-and-true motto when it comes to teaching your kids good eating habits
April 30, 2009 Worth Your Weight What incentives would it take to get you to lose a few pounds?
June 25, 2008 Ground to Grill Strike-up the fire and grab the veggies for a tasty, safer grilled meal
June 20, 2008 Beyond the Five-Day Diet Eating right is easier during the workweek but once the weekend rolls around, all bets are off. Here’s how to live-it-up on the weekends without ruining your diet
May 19, 2008 More Bag for Your Buck With the cost of groceries on the rise, American families are spending more than ever at the store. Here's how to cut back on big spending
April 14, 2008 Three Square Skipping meals isn’t a good game to play for people looking to lose or maintain weight
March 28, 2008 Sweet Relief Chocolate, coffee, honey and pistachios provide a fix that extends beyond mere indulgence
February 13, 2008 No More Food Fights Getting kids to eat a healthy meal doesn’t have to be a battle of good versus evil
February 8, 2008 The Do-Not-Eat List Whether trying to lose weight or trying to keep illness at bay, knowing which foods should rarely cross your lips can help you achieve your goals
January 25, 2008 Beyond the Clone Cloned meat has stolen the headlines, but what about an eel protein that can make ice cream softer? Or a ground-up fish that can make your orange juice healthier? Food science is taking leaps to improve what we eat and how it’s stored
January 25, 2008 Be Great in 2011 Want to be your best? Here’s how to improve your health, your career, your mojo and your potential
January 4, 2008 Do Periods = Pig-Outs? TV and movies show angry, premenstrual women with cravings for chocolate, pizza and more chocolate – but is PMS really a gateway to overeating?
December 28, 2007 Better Living Through Food No meat, no dairy, no caffeine – nutrition expert Gary Null says living the best life requires a total diet overhaul
December 28, 2007 Avoid the Biggest Workout Blunders Not enough water, too little stretching and lack of diversity top the experts’ lists of mistakes the amateur athlete makes when exercising
December 14, 2007 Sugar, Sugar Hidden and not-so-hidden sugars could be sabotaging your diet – and your overall wellness
December 7, 2007 Winter-Proof Your Body Today Hibernating and the holiday season are bad for the body - here’s how to get your body ready for winter
November 30, 2007 Eat to Prevent Cancer You are what you eat when it comes to warding off cancer, especially when what you’re eating is processed foods and deli meat
November 30, 2007 Holiday Heart Hazards Some studies indicate death rates from heart attacks and stroke spike during the holiday season. Here’s what you need to know to keep you and your loved ones healthy
November 28, 2007 Healthy – and Happy Putting the fun into fitness isn’t that hard with a few new ideas and products
November 23, 2007 Thanksgiving: The Week After As fun as it is to indulge for a day, it’s important to get back on track with diet and exercise after turkey day. Here are five easy ways to help make up for your day of gluttony
November 9, 2007 Get Juiced Daily doses of some 100-percent fruit juices might be the trick to staying healthy, strong and mentally agile - so which are the best of the bunch?
November 2, 2007 At the Core of Nutrition As it turns out, an apple a day actually might be one way to keep the doctor away
October 19, 2007 Watch Your Mouth That seemingly innocent afternoon snack could be doing a number on your teeth and gums – beware these 10 popular foods
October 11, 2007 You Might Be Overfeeding Your Child If … Parents often are in denial about the eating habits of overweight and obese children. Here are some easy ways to tell if your child is eating too much, and developing bad health habits as a result
September 21, 2007 Lean on Me The new best dietician, personal trainer and coach might just be a best friend
September 21, 2007 B-lieve in B-Vitamins Even with a healthy diet plan, the chances of getting enough folic acid or folate are slim
September 14, 2007 Live Active Cultures!!! Probiotics are bacteria even germ-phobic foodies can eat and feel good about
September 6, 2007 How Brown is Your Fat? Recent studies show a possible link between brown fat cells and reversing obesity. What is the difference between brown and white fat cells, and what, if anything, can brown do for you?
August 17, 2007 Fiber Is the One Sure, fiber can help you feel full and maintain a normal, healthy weight, but studies are also showing it’s a champion in the battles against colon and stomach cancer
August 17, 2007 Hard Facts About Soft Drinks Middle-aged soft drink consumers might be increasing their risk of heart disease along with their waistlines
August 3, 2007 Dial-In for Weight Loss From high-tech “diet” phones to telephone wellness coaches, more people are using cell phones to get the 4-1-1 on their health
August 3, 2007 A Healthy Red Meat Revival If the pleasures of red meat are just a memory as you try to trim fat and calories from your diet, you may be depriving yourself unnecessarily
July 27, 2007 A Dark Chocolate a Day Eating 30 calories a day of dark chocolate is associated with a lowering blood pressure without weight gain. Choco-holics and fitness buffs, rejoice!
July 27, 2007 A Measure of Success? With scales that promise to measure body fat, treadmills that give information about fat calories burned, heart rate and pedometers that measure every step, how accurate is the information and how can you chart your progress effectively?
July 26, 2007 The 85/15 Diet When it comes to eating, baby boomer Jesse Ziff Cool is good – very good. But when she’s bad, she’s still slim
July 20, 2007 Fight the Fat after ‘The Change’ Many women pack on the pounds after menopause, which is a dangerous time to lose health-control. Here’s how to combat mid-life weight gain, and some simple solutions to staying fit and trim
July 13, 2007 The Bean Means Well If you feel guilty about your java habit, relax. Give yourself a break, a coffee break
June 29, 2007 You Food: Sardines For a little fish, sardines pack a whale of nutrition. Here’s how to incorporate their big benefits into your diet
April 30, 2007 Eating in the Comfort Zone Our love affair with food boils down to one simple thing: What makes us feel good. But can we have comfort food without the calories? TV chef G. Garvin shows the way
April 13, 2007 You Food: Yogurt Curdled by bacteria and full of living microorganisms, this dairy byproduct tastes – and helps – a lot better than it sounds
April 6, 2007 Time-Saving Menus There are several shortcuts people can take to put nutritional meals on the table without much effort and cooking, so why not make it easy tonight?
March 30, 2007 Little Things to Live Longer Whether it’s adding two servings of juice to your diet or flossing your teeth daily, small things can make a big impact on your health. Here are some easy habits to start today