Find information on many health topics, listed A to Z.
Holidays can be challenging when food is involved, but adopting a healthy eating mindset is important throughout the entire year. Read tips to improve your approach to balanced, mindful nutrition.
Is it a myth or fact that chicken noodle soup can help you feel better when you are ill? Does vitamin C prevent illness? Check out myths and facts about immune-boosting nutrients.
Potatoes have gotten a bad rap for their carb content. Learn why they're good for you, and get recipes to bring the comfort of potatoes to a healthy diet.
High consumption of sodium can increase adult risk of hypertension and stroke. Find out if it poses the same risk for children and how to reduce your family's sodium intake.
Healthy habits sometimes need a refresh, especially as families settle into the routine of school, work and activities. Learn how to use "95210 Let's Go!" to get your family back on track.
Water is essential to keep your body functioning properly. That's why you need eight to 12 cups a day. Here's how to develop healthy water habits.
If your kids are picky eaters, eat the same foods or only want to snack all day, you're not alone. Find out if kids really do need to clean their plate, and get nine tips to raise healthy eaters.
Healthy foods, sitting down to meals and even a glass of red wine are elements that make the Mediterranean diet one of the highest-rated eating plans. Learn why it also helps reduce risk of certain diseases.
They come in bright cans with exciting names, but are energy drinks healthy? They're packed with nutrients but also caffeine and sugar. If you're looking for a different fix, try these two recipes.
While dietitians recommend you get vitamins and minerals through your diet, this isn't always possible. If you don't consume enough fruits and vegetables, a multivitamin may fill nutritional gaps.
Bring fun, flavor and healthy foods to your kids’ lunch bags by taking inspiration from the fair. Thread meats, cheeses, veggies, fruit or even mini waffles on skewers for an easy-to-make lunch.
Bite into a luscious blueberry, and you're biting into a powerhouse of nutrients. Versatile, delicious blueberries provide body-wide benefits — from heart health to weight control to memory.