The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is working to terminate a deal that had allowed Kraft to affix the group’s Kids Eat Right label to its cheese slices.
The vast majority of clinical trials have found no evidence that fish oil supplements lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Dr. Richard Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, is answering reader questions about depression and its risks.
People under 25 are more than four times as likely as older people to use a cellphone while driving, a new study reports.
Debilitating pain, internal bleeding and even infertility may result when the condition is overlooked or played down by physicians.
A national push and a new guide are giving critically ill young patients a voice in end-of-life discussions.
The action comes after the New York State attorney general’s office accused GNC and three other major retailers of selling herbal supplements that were fraudulent or contaminated with unlisted ingredients.
A series of studies found that the more nuts people consumed, the less likely they were to die at any given age, across classes and ethnic groups.
Kinesiology tape is the thin, stretchy fabric in bright colors that you see athletes wearing these days. Is it better than plain, white athletic tape?
Martha Rose Shulman offers a new simple pasta dish for spring that is packed with flavor and elegance.