Diet & Nutrition

Can big brains cause anorexia? 
Can big brains cause anorexia?
Scientists say the volume of grey matter in the brain may be linked to eating disorder.
Focus on more than just weight loss in kids 
Focus on more than just weight loss in kids
A recent study shows that lifestyle changes can make just as much of an impact on a child’s health by lowering risk factors for other diseases.
Is maintaining current weight better than trying to lose it? 
Is maintaining current weight better than trying to lose it?
Some experts say having the goal to not gain weight is less extreme and more attainable than trying to drop pounds.
Fighting obesity with a prescription for fruits and veggies? 
Fighting obesity with a prescription for fruits and veggies?
Find out how a unique program is helping families get healthy across the U.S.
More doubts about accuracy of BMI 
More doubts about accuracy of BMI
Body mass index (BMI) has been a popular tool for determining healthy weight for more than 180 years. Find out why researchers are questioning this measurement.
Caffeine: Does the liver good? 
Caffeine: Does the liver good?
Can caffeine really be good for your liver? A new study reports that your strong cup of coffee may be good for your health.
High cholesterol more dangerous for men than women 
High cholesterol more dangerous for men than women
New research shows that middle-aged men with elevated cholesterol levels may be at a higher risk of heart attack.