7 Healthy Carb-Free Recipes That Are So Delicious You’ll Forget About PastaEating healthy doesn't have to be boring. Get your carb fix without all of the calories with these yummy, guilt-free no-carb pasta recipes.
How To Make (And Stick To!) A Health Plan That Will Change Your LifeChanges don't happen overnight. If you're starting a new wellness plan, follow these tips to increase your chance of long-term success.
Get Your Peanuts: 3 Ways To Enjoy The Baseball Game Without Striking Out On Your DietThe ball game doesn't have to be all brats and beer. Here's how you can enjoy baseball season without breaking your diet.
How An Elimination Diet May Improve Your Child's HealthDoes your child suffer from allergies? Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, author of "The Dirt Cure," shares how an elimination diet may be the secret to a healthier and happier life!
Seattle Hospital First In US To Remove Juice From MenuSwedish Medical Center in Seattle is the first hospital in the states to remove fruit juice from its menu.
Chipotle Sales Plummeting Following E. Coli OutbreakChipotle shares continued to fall Monday as the chain faces the first decline in a key sales figure after an outbreak of E. coli linked to its restaurants.
Study: High-Potency Marijuana Could Cause Brain Damage, PsychosisStudy warns damage to white matter in the brain could interfere with communication between the left and right hemispheres.
E. Coli Outbreak Closes All Chipotle Restaurants In Washington And OregonHealth officials expect the number of people sickened to grow while they investigate the cause of an E. coli outbreak.
Report: Two Percent Of Hot Dogs Contain Human DNABy analyzing hot dogs and sausages at the molecular level, scientists found some nasty additions to our food.
Identical Twins Expected To Be Born 4 Months ApartIdentical twins are expected to be born four months apart.
Study Finds Racial Bias At CrosswalksBlack pedestrians waited longer than whites for drivers to stop and let them cross the street.
Study: Arsenic Found In Many Red WinesMany of America's red wines have arsenic levels that exceed what's allowed in drinking water, according to a new study.