While they can be a zero-calorie substitute for sugar, health care professionals want you to know that not all sweeteners are created equal.
Empty carbs in your diet may be partly to blame for annoying acne outbreaks.
Experts say when you shop hungry, you are much more likely to fall prey to purchasing high-calorie foods.
Salt might make your food taste great, but too much of it may harm your health, experts say.
According to new research, your weight and the amount of alcohol you consume may increase your chances of developing chronic liver disease or even liver cancer.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be watching the health impact of new caffeine-infused snacks and consider taking action to regulate the energy boosting products.
A new study finds that people who only drink one 12-ounce sugary drink a day are at an increased risk for developing diabetes.