McDonald's: Fewer Happy Meal Orders Opting For SodaMcDonald's says fewer people are picking soda for Happy Meals after it stopped listing the drinks as an option on its menu boards.
A Healthier StomachPain, constipation, bloating, gas and other digestive issues – definitely not dinner table talk in most homes. But, they are common, and in some cases, very serious matters for women that need frank and honest answers.
Keller @ Large: A Food Fight In Boston Public SchoolsThere is a debate at Boston Public Schools about school food choices and keeping kids healthy.
What to Expect After Weight Loss SurgeryThe decision to have weight loss, or bariatric, surgery is not an easy one, nor is it an easy process for many patients.
Food Is Your FriendThere are important social, cultural and emotional components to eating but it shouldn't control your life.
Fitchburg Girl To Be Featured on National Nutrition Program Posters Karing 4 Kidz will gain national attention in November when Kira Andreucci, the McKay Arts Academy sixth-grader who started the nutrition program, is featured on posters in middle schools throughout the country.
Smart Lunches Grows In BostonBoston businesswoman offers healthy choices to parents who can’t find time to pack a lunch.
A More "Consumer Friendly" Approach to Food LabelsConsumers will better understand food labels if FDA presents them in teaspoons versus metric system measurements.
Push To Make Serving Sizes More RealisticThere is now a push to make nutritional information easier to understand, and more realistic in terms of what a serving size really represents today.
Understanding New Food LabelsReading grocery store labels can be tricky for those trying to be careful about what they eat. Sometimes labels help, sometimes they just add to the problem
McDonald's Puts Happy Meal On A Diet, Adds Nutrition Phone App To MenuMcDonald's Corp. is adding apples to all its Happy Meals and launching a nutrition-focused mobile phone app as part of a broader health push.
Shopping For A Sugar-Proof DietRegistered dietitian Monique Biddle shares tips on how to satisfy a sweet tooth without facing the risks of too much sugar.