Is an oil-free diet healthier? What are the arguments for and against eliminating oil from your diet?
Is six meals a day the secret to losing weight?
Many fitness researchers and coaches believe that there is a disconnect between the wearable "fitness tracker" market and how people are using them
Native Americans have the highest smoking rates in the country. Some tribal members are attempting to reverse that trend in a surprising way
You put raw meat into the freezer and a couple of months later it appears cooked. What's going on?
A closer look at body fat: Where does it come from, why do we need it, what are the best ways to burn it off, and where the heck does it go?
Learn who is at higher risk for melanoma and what features are more concerning for this aggressive type of skin cancer
They probably experienced dental abrasion similar to what is found today from eating tough and surprisingly acidic fibrous foods
Up to 25% of people who take antidepressants report significant weight gain. Is there anything you can do to fight back?
The results come from a rigorous, $8 million study
Getting sick with a single strain does not necessarily protect you from others
Get the 411 on seitan and its surprising secret ingredient. Is this meat substitute one to try or one to skip?
130/80 is the new high blood pressure threshold. What should your personal blood pressure goal be and when should you worry?
22% of Americans are trying to reduce their sugar intake and more than half are trying to avoid artificial sweeteners like Equal and Splenda. What's the upshot?
Can certain foods really help you fight heart disease, arthritis and dementia?
A big data analysis involving more than 1.5 million patients could find no relationship between weather and complaints to doctors about joint or back pain.
Following dietary guidelines would mean eating less meat and dairy—and fewer calories overall—reducing greenhouse gases and other pollution. Julia Rosen reports.
Biochemist Sylvia Tara talks about her book The Secret Life of Fat: The Science behind the Body's Least-Understood Organ and What It Means for You.
Do salty foods make you hungrier? Or do they help you burn more calories? A new study finds that salt has unexpected effects on hunger and weight loss. Learn how this affects you
Doctors shift toward personalized goals for glucose, cholesterol, and more