Diet & Nutrition

Making a difference in the fight against diabetes  Featured
Making a difference in the fight against diabetes
Tens of thousands of people committed to finding a cure for diabetes will be riding in the upcoming Tour de Cure cycling event. Here’s one woman’s special story.
Give nutrition labels a proper read to boost your health, expert says  Featured
Give nutrition labels a proper read to boost your health, expert says
Healthy eating requires a closer look at the ingredients list on your food. A nutrition expert shares tips on how to navigate food labels when grocery shopping.
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health 
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health
Researchers say the more college students communicate with their parents–the more their diet and physical activity improve.
Salt Debate: Too much or too little? 
Salt Debate: Too much or too little?
Health experts take a closer look at the amount of salt people should consume.
Fructose may be telling your brain to overeat 
Fructose may be telling your brain to overeat
A sweetener found in a myriad of foods and drinks could be tricking our bodies into overeating, researchers say.
5 tips to help your kids grow up healthy  Featured
5 tips to help your kids grow up healthy
Studies show that the key long-term wellness is starting healthy habits early. Here are five practical tips for getting your kids on a healthy track—and keeping them there.
Should you cut back on artificial sweeteners? 
Should you cut back on artificial sweeteners?
While they can be a zero-calorie substitute for sugar, health care professionals want you to know that not all sweeteners are created equal.