• Even if you are exercising regularly and eating healthfully, bottling up your feelings may increase your stroke risk, preliminary research presented at the North American Menopause Society annual meeting
Should you eat red meat or not? A dietitian explains the latest nutrition science on meat, eggs and butter
Is it OK to eat red and processed meat — and what about eggs and butter? A registered dietitian clears up the nutrition confusion. Recent headlines and a new study seem to suggest that we’ve overturned
A controversial analysis says there’s no good evidence that red meat harms individual health. Most major dietary guidelines—including those in the United Kingdom, the United States, and those published
Public health officials for years have urged Americans to limit consumption of red meat and processed meats because of concerns that these foods are linked to heart disease, cancer and other ills. But
(CNN) — If you're one of the 40 million American women between the ages of 45 and 65, there's a chance you could be having a hot flash right now. If your flushes are mild and infrequent, good for you.
Losing your hair is considered to be just another visible indicator of the risk of heart disease. Most commonly it affects men over 50, but some women may also be in the risk group. Baldness is also associated