Michelle Obama hits the road this week to promote the third birthday of Let's Move!, her initiative that aims to eliminate childhood obesity.
Betrayal, mystery, controversy, and a host of characters as big as Europe -- it's no story; it's the ever-widening horse meat scandal.
Sniffling and sneezing? Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams' Influenza Sorbet could help.
Energy drink-related hospital visits have doubled between 2007 and 2011, but the caffeine isn't entirely to blame for the injuries.
Scientists unearth yet another reason to boost your intake of whole foods.
The USDA has decided to allow more meat and grains in school lunches after outcry by school administrators.
A new tax attempts to change the ingredients list of a French favorite.
After only a year, Denmark's unpopular tax on saturated fat is to be repealed in January.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest has sent a letter to Disney applauding the company's healthier policies -- but stating it can do more.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. We answer your questions about celiac disease and what are some good gluten-free substitutes.
Pediatricians have released a study warning against exposure to pesticides for children. One way to avoid them is to buy organic.
Yes, chickens get sick and hurt just like the rest of us. Here's what you can do.
Nestle and General Mills have agreed to reduce sugar and sodium content in cereals sold outside the United States.
Due to salmonella worries, a recall of nut-related edibles expands to include some 400 Sunland Inc. products.
Not everyone is swallowing New York City's big soda ban.
New York City is often a trailblazer in the fight against obesity, first with banning trans fats and then with calorie counts on menus. Now, it's big soda.
A new research meta-analysis shows no health benefits to eating organic. Critics say it misses the point.
The new school year brings with it new standards for school lunches. School food preparers and students are adjusting.
Proponents of the bill say that if customers are made aware of the genetically modified contents of their foods, they will gravitate toward non-GMO options.
Mississippi has the highest obesity rate while Colorado has the lowest. Indiana is one of the 12 states with an obesity rate over 30 percent.