For all the effort that many of us put into losing or maintaining weight, what if you could help yourself in a significant way by something as simple as getting the right amount of sleep?
When your stomach starts talking to you midway through the afternoon, do you raid the vending machine? Do you routinely stop off at the fridge before you go to bed? Read these tips from our dietitians about the seven snacks to avoid — if you want to be healthy and trim.
Eating at the ballpark is a beloved ritual. But why let loaded hot dogs derail your diet when today’s stadiums are offering more nutritious and appealing options? Try these tricks for enjoying the day without having to loosen your belt.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our new series, “The Short Answer.” Sleep disorders expert Harneet Walia, MD, answers this one.
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Certain foods may trigger your brain’s reward systems, making you crave more. But smart swaps and better choices can help you avoid unhealthy eating patters.
The candy bars, soda, potato chips and other junk food fixes will be emptied out of your kids’ school vending machines. In their place, kids may find fruit cups, light popcorn and multi-grain crackers.