The less weight a woman gains during pregnancy, the less likely she is to have a boy, an analysis found.
The latke tradition is all about oil. This week’s Recipes for Health put the focus on skillet-cooked vegetables.
Exercise, a new study finds, changes the shape and functioning of our genes, an important step on the way to improved health and fitness.
A reader asks: Is eating farm-raised fish better than eating no fish at all?
Having a “beer belly” significantly increases the risk for sudden cardiac death, a new study has found.
For people who already follow a healthful diet, the glycemic index may not be very important.
Even in young adults of normal weight, increases in body mass index also lead to increased risk of heart disease and other problems.
The emotional healing powers of comfort food may be overrated.
A reader asks: Why do my knees make a cracking sound?
For many women the risk of taking a small dose of aspirin a day may outweigh the benefits.