Winding down with a glass of wine (or two) at the end of a long day can feel good in the moment, but it isn’t helping your diet. Discover how your body processes alcohol and get tips on cutting back.
If you’ve fallen out of your regular health routine during the pandemic, you’re not alone. Here’s how to get back in the swing of things.
Ever feel like you can’t eat just one (or one bite of) certain processed junk foods? Learn how these foods can hijack your brain chemistry and leave you wanting more, and how to break the cycle of overeating them.
The five symptoms of cervical and ovarian cancer can mimic signs of benign conditions. But, they shouldn’t be ignored. Know when to consult your doctor.
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Research show that most adults gain some sort of weight over the holidays. But don’t despair — this year can be different! A dietitian offers some great advice for enjoying the holidays without adding on the pounds.
Think high fructose corn syrup is no big deal? Think again. Eating too much can lead to insulin resistance, obesity and more.
The scale can be a helpful tool in your health journey. Find out when and how to weigh yourself to get accurate and helpful info.
Weight gain is common during perimenopause and especially after menopause. But it’s not inevitable. These six tips will help you avoid middle-age spread.
Some kids are underweight despite parents’ best efforts to feed them well. A registered dietitian explains how you can tell if a child is truly underweight and how to help them gain weight the healthy way.
If you’re avoiding quitting smoking because you’re afraid of weight gain you shouldn’t let it get in the way of kicking the habit once and for all. Because there’s good news — people who quit gain an average of only about five pounds after they quit. Most gain fewer than 10 pounds and many don’t gain weight at all. You’re also more likely to exercise after you quit.