In a new study, patients with TB who gained weight in the first two months of treatment cut their mortality risk by 60 percent.
British physician Chris van Tulleken argues ultra-processed foods have negative long-term effects on our health.
The way America fights obesity is increasing stigma and leading to harmful behavior. For truly better health, we need a new approach.
With food insecurity soaring around the world, Oxfam International executive director Gabriela Bucher calls for structural reform.
Better regulating processed foods could curb an epidemic of chronic food illness that causes 1,600 deaths daily in the U.S.
The most popular New Year's resolution was feeling better about ourselves. Here's how to keep this goal going.
A month of mindful drinking is a good way to reset for the sober curious, says a pediatrician. But total abstinence isn’t necessary for good health.
A network of urban farms expands access to affordable produce in a bid to close racial health gaps.
Living in Milwaukee’s Metcalfe Park neighborhood is bad for your health. It’s nobody’s fault—and everyone’s.
Scientists hope restoring coral reefs will boost a local economy, improve nutrition, and even relieve anxiety.