Latest by Sara Suchy
With an epidemic as widespread as obesity, there is bound to be a misconception or two on how to treat it. The New England Journal of Medicine published a list of seven common beliefs about obesity that are not supported by sound scientific evidence.
Food marketing can be very persuasive. But not every food that is labeled to suggest it’s healthy–whatever healthy means at the moment – is actually going to nourish your body the way you expect it to.
(flickr, Nathan Reading) Probiotics has been a buzzword in the health market just long enough that consumers recognize the name but don’t quite understand what they are or what they do. Allow us to shed some light on the subject. Nobel laureate Elie ...
For health writers, a typical day can find us writing about things like Botox injections to the stomach or even about space travel possibly causing Alzheimer’s disease . But every once in a while we get a chance to review new foods on the market. Las...
(flickr, hey mr glen) For many of us, stretching seems like a necessary annoyance before and after a workout, but one that we would never, ever skip. (Read: We skip it all the time). It is true that the benefits of stretching are in constant debate, ...
Quite a lot, actually. The common house mouse has been used for decades to develop new drugs because their genome and immune system is a lot like ours.
Don’t be afraid of oils. There are many delicious oils that are also very healthy; in moderation, of course.
There is a lot of buzz about Body Mass Index (BMI), but what does the number actually tell you about your health?
Have you made your New Year’s Resolution yet? Make sure science is on your side this year.
It seems supermarket shelves are brimming over with different beverages, and making a heart-healthy choice can be particularly challenging! So, what really makes for the perfect healthy drink?