Though BMI has been widely adopted as a reliable indicator of body fat, many have argued its weaknesses outweigh its usefulness. Learn what it is and why it matters.
People often dine alone or while doing other things, but experts say meals with friends and family are good for the soul — and maybe even your health.
Everybody dies. Yet, it can be hard to talk about our deaths until absolutely necessary. That can mean leaving loved ones with difficult decisions while they’re also facing the idea of losing you.
“Pregnancy brain!” Moments of forgetfulness happen to everyone, but they seem to occur more often during pregnancy. Why?
We know high-sugar sodas are bad for health, so some people turn to sparkly substitutes. But are those beverages really healthier?
For most people, the decision to eliminate gluten from their diets is a personal choice. For the 1 out of 100 people who have celiac disease, going gluten-free is a necessity.
Just when it seems the last chilly days of winter will never end, we get spring in Tennessee. Here are 10 ways to get out and enjoy Tennessee, wherever you are in the state.
What if you don’t want to spend the majority of your day worrying about food? That was my goal when I decided to follow the USDA ChooseMyPlate plan. This is what I found.
Changes in shape, color and texture of any part of the hand might reflect something unusual going on within your body. Here are a few signs to look for and what they could mean.
Food shaming is rarely persuasive, effective or kind, yet many nice people do it without realizing it. So why do we food shame?