Eating a diet rich in certain vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids and low in trans fats may be best for brain health, new research suggests.
Recently, CBS 5’s Dr. Kim Mulvihill decided to go back in time and eat like a caveman. Since then, she has reaped several health benefits.
What are you serving for dinner tonight? If it’s meat, some public health experts hope to change your menu at the start of the workweek.
Muscles keep us strong, burn calories, and help us look younger – but when middle age hits, they often disappear. An average person in middle age loses about a quarter pound of muscle every year.
UCSF researchers search for the fountain of youth by looking into the effects of extreme dieting.
A London chef has rolled out an “Eat Yourself Beautiful” menu with dishes made with collagen jelly protein – concoctions he claims improves the skin appearance of age-conscious diners.
Condiments, the ingredients that give a flavor boost to your foods, may also give your body a boost.
A new projection released Friday by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested that the number of Americans with diabetes had the potential to double or triple by 2050.