Subway restaurant chain heeds Michelle Obama's call to market healthier food choices to kids
FDA action on trans fats could be boon for nation's growing legion of canola growers
Lots of Americans jump on the opportunity to detox, reset and maybe lose a little weight in the meantime with a cleanse. But is it really worth it?
This time of year is when most people are thinking about fitness. But one of the biggest killers to motivation is not seeing immediate results. However, there are several things you can do to help maintain momentum towards your fitness or weight-loss results.
From time spent working out, to the location at which you exercise, there are numerous myths surrounding fitness exercises and routines. Lisa Reed, certified personal trainer and owner of Lisa Reed Fitness, sets the record straight.
Correction: Obesity Paradox story
Expensive eye creams and serums are not the only hope for defying your true age. There are several measures of prevention one can take to make your body look and feel as young as possible.
Study: Food industry cuts 6.4 trillion calories from products, 4 times greater than pledged
Small soda maker Zevia looks to provide diet alternative but taste, demand may be an issue
FTC collects $34 million from marketers of unproven weight loss products
A quick look at 4 companies fined by regulators for making bogus weight loss claims
Hagerstown, Md., asks residents to commit to 100 miles of exercise in 100 days
How can you keep your New Year's Resolution and make your dog insanely happy? Take a hike.
You can think of successful New Year's resolutions like an airplane -- to be confident you'll arrive at your destination, there is some prep work to do. Let's get ready.
The year in food: In 2013 we watched Paula Deen implode and said goodbye to Charlie Trotter
Americans tend to gain between 1 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's -- and we're not talking muscle. Stay on track with this guide.
Running a 5K is an excellent goal for new runners and a great way to challenge yourself or a friend.
If you have a fitness enthusiast on your holiday gift-giving list, there are plenty of items out there to stuff in stockings and pile under the tree. But where do you start? Here are a few ideas.
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