Published March 27, 2012
A low-carb, high-fat diet might help some people lose weight, but it could be deadly to those with a family history of heart disease, according to research
Published January 20, 2010
Do cell phones cause brain cancer? There's no good reason to think they do.
Published December 23, 2009
Focusing just on Christmas, though, here are five pervasive health misconceptions you might encounter during your time of merriment
Published December 15, 2009
Tucked between the fast-paced ads for beer and fast food during last week's Browns-Steelers game was a short, nondescript public service announcement with vague language about concussions, sponsored by the NFL
Published December 02, 2009
The holidays can wreak havoc on a diet. If it's not the temptations — the desserts and rich foods — then it's being out of your element, staying with relatives who don't exactly share your perspective on health.
Published October 28, 2009
Is it better than hand washing? Does it create mutant strains of alcoholic germs?
Published September 09, 2009
Wouldn't it be nice if foods came with labels to explain how healthy they are?
Published September 23, 2008
Famed Harvard long-term study finds half of deaths within group of 120,000 nurses could have been avoided through healthy diet, exercise, weight maintenance and quitting smoking.