It's been a long time coming, but calorie counts will be arriving on menu boards at restaurants, groceries, theaters and most places that sell fresh food.
New York's highest court decided on Thursday that the city's health department could not impose a cap on the size of sugary drinks.
A new provision in the health care law mandates chain restaurants to post the calories in each menu item.
A new study has found that Subway patrons eat about as many calories as those who go to McDonald's.
The 2010 health care law requires chain prepared food sellers to post calorie counts on their menus, but implementation isn't going to be easy.
For the first time in thirty years, studies are showing declines in childhood obesity rates.
Ahead of federally-mandated menu changes, McDonald's is voluntarily posting nutritional information alongside menu items.
Federal regulations coming next year will require many restaurant chains to list the number of calories in the food they serve.