Weight stigma occurs in many developed countries, not just the U.S. and often has devastating consequences
Giving Food Pantry Clients Choices – and Gently Nudging Them Toward Nutritious Foods – Can Lead to Healthier Diets
Food pantries that have started to use behavioral economics to promote healthier choices are seeing results
Gardening, or even viewing plants, can reduce stress and diminish feelings of fear, anger or sadness
Eating alone is associated with an increased likelihood of skipping meals, lower intakes of nutrients, reduced energy and poorer nutritional health
1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger
Thanks to new legislation, college students who are enrolled at least half-time may be eligible for food assistance
Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
What do you need to know about diabetes and heart disease? Dr. Nieca Goldberg suggests questions to ask if you have either or both conditions.
Type 2 diabetes greatly increases your chance of developing cardiovascular disease, and the two share many risk factors. Luckily, you can make changes to lower your risk for both.
About 11% of all Americans and 25% of U.S. children are food-insecure. One hospital is taking aim at the problem.
For low-income minorities, who live disproportionately in food deserts, fresh and allergy-friendly foods can be especially expensive and difficult to find
Healthy eating isn't only about weight control: overindulging in unhealthy food can potentially harm your immune system.