One big meal won’t affect your health long-term — but excessively worrying about it might.
The Idaho woman lost 65 pounds during surgery to remove the growth.
Experts share why indulging is actually healthier for you in the long run.
Experts weigh in on how stress can affect your physical health -- and what to do about it.
Christian Bale’s weight gain for the upcoming film “Backseat” isn’t the only time an actor has made a drastic transformation.
Being a woman on a college campus is hard. We owe it to ourselves to acknowledge our worth throughout.
The first step is to become aware of the situation and realize it's reversible. The next step is to ask, "Who am I?" and
I sat waiting and waiting for the "glow" to appear when I was pregnant with my son, but acne showed up instead. I waited
You'll eat more junk too.
Many women think that they are still too young to be entering the menopause phase, when in reality they are not. "Sex and low libido"... bad press comes to mind as well as the way the media portrays a women past her prime, it is no wonder as women we dread entering the menopause.
Festive eating in Japan, Germany and the U.S. all led to the same thing.
This is a crosspost of my blog, Healthy Food & Healthy Living. Enjoy a few non-food celebrations these holidays: It's not
Shouldn't we say the same about cooking shows whose every dish has more calories than most sedentary viewers need, and possibly many fewer nutrients?
The simple stress of everyday living could be the reason you're carrying more weight than you should be. Coupled with a vigorous diet and exercise program, stress could be sabotaging your efforts to lose weight.
Here is my advice to you parents, as you send your kids off to college: a little chocolate-covered dried fruit basket and a fluffy teddy bear might be exactly what your college-age kids need to stay healthy. Knowing they have your love and emotional support as they make this difficult transition may help them way more than any food or exercise plan.
Two conditions plague the weight control struggle. One is the significant realm of what we still don't know. The other is
by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition Recently