Yikes! The holidays are here and you’re stressing and craving comfort foods that are high in salt, sugar and trans fats. Try these dietary strategies to relieve your stress — and skip the guilt.
If you’re over age 50 and think you’re past the point of getting any benefits from exercise, think again — you’ll be glad you got moving.
Having diabetes doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the tempting food at summer parties and picnics. A dietitian offers some strategies to help you make nutritious food choices.
Not much fat, not much sugar — but this pasta salad is packed with flavor and is a great side dish with grilled foods. A summertime treat ideal for people with diabetes and others who like to keep it light.
Enjoy this creamy and savory dip with fresh veggies instead of chips. Low in fat and sugar, it’s a great choice for those with diabetes or anyone who loves a healthy summertime snack.
You know that too much sun and smoking can harm your skin, but you can do more to keep skin healthy than just avoiding risk factors. An expert replaces skin care myths with facts.
How dermatologists are improving treatment of skin conditions that affect multicultural patient populations.
Can some foods make your skin look firmer, clearer and younger? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about healthy choices for you that are also healthy for your skin.
Even a mild drop in body temperature can be dangerous for surgical patients. Research determined why it’s important for a surgical team to prevent a patient from becoming too cold while under anesthesia.
Researchers focus their work on a drug that may protect people from developing Crohn’s disease — or that may keep Crohn’s patients from suffering flare-ups of its symptoms.