Nutrition & Movement

Sugar Detox? Cutting Carbs? A Doctor Explains Why You Should Keep Fruit on the Menu

Ripe berries and sugar crystals are both sweet, but one offers much more than just calories

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Folic Acid and Birth Defects: What’s the Connection?

Why all women of reproductive age should make sure they’re getting enough folic acid

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Want Fries — or Feelings — With That?

The road from obesity to a healthy weight isn’t all about the diet. Gabrielle Blawas found she was eating her feelings in her secretive fast-food binges.

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Why Kids Shouldn’t Eat Added Sugar Before They Turn 2, According to a Nutritional Epidemiologist

Foods and beverages high in added sugars provide a lot of calories but not a lot of nutrients

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What’s the Difference Between Sugar, Other Natural Sweeteners and Artificial Sweeteners? A Food Chemist Explains Sweet Science

Sugar is just one of many flavor enhancers used to sweeten foods and beverages. Which one should you choose?

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Self-Care Sunday Series

Why the experts are throwing out New Year’s resolutions, what they’re advising instead and tips to make your workout routine sustainable

Your Wellness

10 Reasons to Try a Dry January

Why a month without alcohol can be good for you

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Sugar High

An addiction to sugar can lead to serious health problems. Here’s how to break the cycle.

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Obesity and Other Health Conditions

Having obesity can put you at risk for developing other serious health conditions

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Companies Are Pushing Sweetened Drinks to Children Through Advertising and Misleading Labels – and Families Are Buying

Communities of color and lower-income communities drink relatively more sugary drinks than other groups, which contributes to the disparities in diet-related disease

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