HealthWatch: Low-Carb Vs. Low-Fat? Probably Doesn't MatterWondering whether you should go on a low-carb or low-fat diet? A new study finds it probably doesn't matter.
Diet Res-Illusions: Tips From The Pros On How To Lose WeightMaking small changes in the kitchen, at the grocery store and in restaurants can help you make good choices without thinking.
Framingham State University Food Study Helps Students Beat The 'Freshman 15'The temptations of the college dining hall can make any mouth water--but a new program at Framingham State University provides participants with a diet without any wiggle room.
Healthy Diet Key to Decreasing Breast Cancer RiskLearn how diet can help lower a female's risk of developing the disease by up to 38%.
Getting Fiber In A Gluten-Free DietLooking to incorporate more fiber into your gluten-free diet? Check out these tips and sample meal plans from the Celiac Center at BIDMC.
Ask A Boston Expert: How To Keep Your New Year's Weight Loss ResolutionIf you're one of the many people planning to lose weight in 2016, you might benefit from the following tips. An area-Personal Trainer has shared the keys to weight loss success.
DASH Diet Named Best For Sixth Year In A RowDr. Mallika Marshall has the results of a new poll.
Is Charcoal Becoming A Popular Supplement?Activated charcoal is sometimes used by doctors to prevent damage from an accidental overdose.
Most Picky Eating Harmless But It Can Signal Emotional Woes, Study ClaimsMany kids are picky eaters, but could it be a sign of something more serious?
Boston Hospital Using 'Pacemaker' To Fight ObesityTufts Medical Center became the first hospital in the country to perform the surgery on a patient outside of a clinical trial.
Epigenetics and PregnancyHeredity and genetics determine a number of key traits in offspring. But When genes are mutated, or damaged, these mutations can change the DNA code and increase a person’s likelihood of developing certain diseases.