Fall is upon us, and the annual pumpkin spice cravings are kicking in. So why do we love pumpkin spice so much? Well, it might actually be addictive.
A new study suggests that Vitamin B3 can have some tremendously beneficial effects on pregnant women and their unborn children.
Wondering if a food coma (drowsiness after a big meal) is real or a figment of your imagination? There’s a scientific explanation for post-meal fatigue.
18 million Americans are estimated to have sleep apnea; even beloved actress Carrie Fisher’s autopsy listed sleep apnea as a contributing factor. If you have it, you need to treat it — now.
A new study shows that consumption of fried potatoes (particularly french fries) increases our mortality risk by a shocking amount.
Moderate drinking has a complicated effect on the body. In some ways, it can be helpful, but it also may have a long-term negative effect on your brain.
As nutritional trends have changed, society has flirted with the idea of having many “mini-meals” each day instead of 3 big ones. But is that really better?
8 in 10 Americans are confused about healthy foods — specifically, what the definition of “healthy” is. Mixed messages abound, so what should we be eating?
Intermittent fasting has arisen as a popular alternative to calorie restriction in dieters seeking to lose weight. But what is it exactly, and does it work?
The American Heart Association has revealed new data that potentially ties diet soda to increased stroke and dementia risk. Here’s what you should know.