Barbie dolls have been criticized for portraying an unrealistic figure. Does this affect how young girls view themselves? Cristen Conger looks at the new doll, Lammily, and how viewing a more realistic doll could help girls with their self-image.
Despite a common belief that a meal isn't a meal without a hunk of protein, new findings suggest middle-aged adults would be better off easing up on the chicken and cheese.
Most parents underestimate their children's weight, and half of parents did not recognize that their children were overweight or obese, research shows. Continue reading →
Because there's no definition of natural, foods with chemicals regularly stock U.S. shelves.
Eating added sugar not only increases the risk of obesity, but may also increase the risk of dying from heart disease.
A new study says meat wasn’t on our ancestors' plates.
Preliminary results from an upcoming study show that an average of 78 calories per American have been cut by some of the nation's biggest food companies. Continue reading →
From big game to other humans, our ancestors ate a wide variety of foods that aren't found in grocery stores.
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