Eat your breakfast to prevent future weight gain
Skipping breakfast is a predictor of future weight gain and increases your chances of becoming obese, according to a new study.
Lance McCullers allowed one hit over seven innings and Brian McCann hit a two-run homer to lead the Houston Astros to a 3-1 win over the Cleveland Indians
Maine Gov. Paul LePage says a bicycle helmet saved his life last fall when he was struck by an uninsured driver
A constitutional rights organization is suing U.S. Forest Service officials on behalf of a doctor who says his religious freedoms were violated when he was prevented from examining a tree-sitting pipeline protester in Virginia
More than 50 percent of women consider their OB/GYN to be their most important doctor – if they can only get to one checkup, that’s the priority, according to a joint advisory from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Heart Association published in Circulation .
A decade after the devastating earthquake in China's Sichuan province, a critic of the government's response is ailing in jail, his plight a reminder of the government's determination to silence all dissenters
Sweaty athletes are often seen in commercials reaching for a sports drink for rehydration or electrolyte replacement. Yet many public health organizations are warning that sports drinks are a source of empty calories, excess sugar and increased sodium in growing children. Are kids getting the
A mother and her two daughters collectively lost more than 150 pounds over the past year. The trio started their weight loss journeys without knowing the others were losing weight too. “My sister texted me out of the blue asking what I thought of Weight Watchers , because I had done it years
High cholesterol means a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death in the United States. Eggs have lots of cholesterol -- between 141 to 234 milligrams per egg. It's likely why many people who want to maintain a healthy diet try to avoid eggs -- to lower their risk