BBC | By Pippa Stephens | 31 March 2014 Eating seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day is healthier than the five currently recommended and would save more lives, researchers say.
dna | March 30, 2014 A new study has suggested that women should follow a high-protein meal with half an hour of moderate exercise as it burns more calories as compared to exercising on an empty stomach.
Business Insider | By Dina Spector | March 11, 2014 There's a perception that snacking is bad for us. A nibble here and a nosh there can quickly add up in calories and make us gain weight.
Los Angeles Times | By Monte Morin | March 11, 2014 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the marketing of an electronic medical device intended to treat migraine headaches.
WebMD | By Eric Metcalf, MPH | 2014 Happiness is a serious subject for many researchers these days. Some studies show that you have some control over how happy you feel.
WebMD News | By Steven Reinberg | Feb. 19, 2014 Tension-headache sufferers in particular may benefit from relaxation techniques, experts suggest.
LiveScience | by Rachael Rettner | February 07, 2014 An outbreak of Salmonella that sickened 44 people highlights the need for consumers to follow all directions when it comes to microwaving food, including letting food stand after cooking, according to a new investigation of the outbreak.
The Globe and Mail | GAYLE MACDONALD | Feb. 16 2014 Two of the world's top toxicology experts are calling on governments around the globe to crack down hard on the widespread use of industrial chemicals which they say are hurting the development of children's brains.
L.A. Times | By Karen Kaplan | February 3, 2014
Foods that were thought to be unhealthy NEWS.am Medicine | January 12, 2014 Here are some foods, that could actually help you reduce stress, prevent heart disease and ward off certain cancers.
Getting Out of a Negative Thought Pattern and Into a Good Groove Chron | Posted on January 6, 2014 | By maryjorapini
Don't wait until after the holidays to make a change in your eating habits. By: Eileen Munzo