Although fish is considered good for your health, science has been warning about high levels of mercury and other pollutants in ocean fish for years....
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Trying to quit something such as smoking, drinking or eating junk food can be a difficult task. New research sheds some light on why the human brain ...
There's more than one way Charlotte or Boulder could lose the Super Bowl this year-and it might not cause many cheers on either side.
Alcohol and pregnancy don't -- and shouldn’t -- mix.
Ah, vacations -- sun, sand, skiing, sightseeing or other fun activities, not to mention great food. It's that last item that may be a bit of a proble...
Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables promotes good health. However, many people may not realize that certain fruits and veggies contain...
Restrictions on the amount of fish pregnant women should eat may need to be re-evaluated.
Having trouble catching Zzz's? Here's what you should be eating for a good night's rest.
Thanks to a few genetic tweaks, your margarita could soon come in a vibrant shade of purple — and it could be better for you, too.
Nisin isn't just an all-natural food preservative — new evidence suggests it may also pack a cancer-killing punch.
When it comes to liver damage, it's not just about how much you drink. It may also be about how you drink.
Whether you're reaching for an extra piece of pecan pie or refraining from sweets altogether, you may have more than just your mind to thank.
Coffee-loving athletes, rejoice! You may be able to ditch the energy drinks and caffeine pills for good.
Vitamin D may be great, but it's no cure-all.
One of the best parts of delicious holiday feasts is the leftovers. Take a few precautions to keep your leftovers healthy and fit to eat.
It's well-known that gut bacteria play an important role in digestion. But new evidence suggests that these microbes may be responsible for a whole l...
Fish oil isn't just good for your heart. New evidence suggests it may be good for your waistline, too.
As you prepare for your holiday feasts with family and friends, be mindful of safe cooking precautions.