This time of year -- when pressures are high and food is abundant -- has the potential to bring dietary disaster.
Halloween can bring overindulgence on candy, but one seasonal treat can have a positive effect on your waistline -- pumpkin.
We've all been there: You exercise because you want to feel and look better, but you feel miserable while you're working out.
Instead of the calorie counts, food was labeled with exactly how many miles you would have to walk to work that item off?
Stress at work can leave you reaching for unhealthy comfort foods. Here are five tips for avoiding this trap.
High levels of cholesterol are linked with heart disease. Here are some foods that may lower cholesterol levels.
Eating junk food when you feel depressed might lead to a vicious cycle of emotionally-charged eating, and feeling bad, recent studies suggest.
A recent study found that organic foods don't offer any more nutrition than conventional foods, however, there are still reasons to consider buying organic.
Herbs and spices can have health benefits. Here's a look at three herbs that studies have found to be beneficial to health.
Yawning an an inopportune moment can be embarrassing. Here's a look at why we yawn, and how you might avoid it.