The report calls on the Education Department to recommend that PE be adopted as a core subject.
Data suggested more calories, less healthy food, when imbibing
Heart disease may be more a natural part of human aging rather than being directly tied to contemporary risk factors like smoking, eating fatty foods and not exercising.
The information would be communicated to users through a health score
Researchers think there may be a link between your Diet Cokes and depression
Legalizing marijuana is in everyone’s best interests.
The nanny staters want to put graphic warning labels on the packaging of unhealthy foods.
Day is aimed at making women feel special, and pushing back against media expectations of how women should look
People who regularly attend religious services live an average of seven years longer than people who don’t.
Tissue intended for artificial meat, as well as restorative surgery
The CIA’s use of a fake vaccine program to help find Osama bin Laden is fanning suspicions about real vaccine programs.
Reflections on the government’s nannyish new nutritional chart.
With McDonald’s changing mission and children’s changing interests, some say that Ronald needs to change too
Given past issue with dosage amounts for children, the FDA is discussing new instructions
L.A. schools superintendent is latest official to rain on kids’ parade
According to a study published in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science, Botox may blunt users’ perception of other people’s emotions
Expert on childhood obesity Robert Lustig’s ‘bitter truth’ about sugar is that it is toxic, and, like cigarettes and alcohol, should be considered a killer
Survey finds that doctors are more likely to recommend different treatments when they imagine themselves as the patient
Washington, D.C.’s Mayor Vincent Gray hit the streets with others to protest restrictions imposed on the city by the federal budget deal, blocking traffic that ended in arrests
While a single-payer plan was quickly dropped during debates over national health care reform, Vermont may become the first state to implement such a policy