Ice cream seems to be the worst offender in terms of calories. Is there a reason why it has to be so very fattening?
Humans ingest food through their mouth, but some microorganisms work very differently.
When dehydrated, the body makes it difficult to eat in order to conserve water.
Is drinking yourself 'blind' just an exaggeration, like 'eating till you burst'? Or can alcohol really turn out the lights?
According to one study, keeping your weight in check may also depend on where you eat.
The more time parents spend working, the less time and energy they have to plan and prepare healthful meals.
Does eating at "bad hours" affect weight?
We can all hum the song from the "Jungle Book", but what really are the bare necessities for a big bear?
Does it matter whether your calories come from solid food or liquid? A calorie is a calorie right?
Psychologists have observed that most people are reluctant to try unfamiliar foods. Why?