John Travolta on How His Latest Role Fits Into His Iconic Career
Travolta appears on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers' to talk about his new TV series "The People v OJ Simpson: American Crime Story" and looks back on his incredible history.
West Point Grad Battles Eating Disorder
Evidence Suggests US Military at Increased Risk to Develop Eating Disorders
Weight Loss Drugs: Public Citizen Calls for Ban on Alli, Xenical
Drugs Have Side Effects and Limited Benefit; GlaxoSmithKline Trying to Sell Brands
New Report Warns of Energy Drink Health Risks for Children
Members of the men's swim team at Midlakes High School in Rochester, N.Y., would often complain of feeling dizzy, shaky and hyper during practice; sometimes they'd vomit in the middle of a workout. Coach R.C. Weston knew their sickness wasn't related to lack of conditioning or overtraining. "It was
Is Detox a Cover for Fad Diets?
Leigh-Allyn Baker sits in a West Hollywood café, slowly stirring whipped cream into her Americano. A working actress with credits like "Will & Grace" and "My Name Is Earl" under her belt, the Kelly Ripa look-alike is six and a half months pregnant and highly conscious of the calories she's about to
Supplements For Athletic Performance?
Dr. Rindfleisch answers the question: 'Supplements For Athletic Performance?'
Important Vitamins, Supplements For Men?
Dr. Hensrud answers the question: 'Important Vitamins, Supplements For Men?'
Robert Califf, M.D., Consultant for the ABC News OnCall+ Heart Disease Center
Dr. Califf was born in Anderson, South Carolina, in 1951 and attended high school in Columbia, S.C., where he was a member of the 1969 AAAA South Carolina Championship basketball team. He graduated from Duke University, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, in 1973 and from Duke University Medical
FDA Issues Dietary Supplement Rules
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Friday that manufacturers of vitamins, herbal pills and other dietary supplements would have to test the ingredients of all their products for safety and purity. The new standards follow concerns that existing regulations are too weak in that they
Consumer Reports Weighs In On the New Diets
YONKERS, NY -- The June issue of Consumer Reports features an in-depth report on dieting, identifying "The Volumetrics Eating Plan" as the top-rated clinically tested diet plan and "The Best Life Diet" as the top rated diet book. Consumer Reports also outlines eight winning strategies for losing