|Heartburn remedies for persistent and occasional heartburn
If that Fourth of July barbecue gave you a good case of heartburn, did you know what to take depends on how often heartburn happens.
|Study weighs the benefits of different diets
A diet you may never have heard of proves to be best at helping you lose weight safely.
|Pesticides in vegetables: 'Dirty Dozen' and 'Clean Fifteen'
The Environmental Working Group has released its annual lists of the vegetables with the most and least pesticides.
|How much caffeine?
Caffeine does more than wake you up and doctors say a moderate caffeine intake can improve your health. Three cups of coffee a day is safe for most people. However, some people should avoid overdoing it.
|Consumer Reports: Stock up on quick and healthy foods
Supermarkets are catering more and more to people who want in-a-hurry food that’s good for you, too. Consumer Reports ShopSmart headed to the store to find nutritious, hassle-free foods for quick meals and easy snacking. Video
|Healthy eating can cost less, study finds
Is it really more expensive to eat healthy? An Agriculture Department study released Wednesday found that most fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods cost less than foods high in fat, sugar and salt.
|Coca-Cola tries again with mid-calorie sodas
The Coca-Cola Co. is giving mid-calorie sodas another try, this time with Sprite and Fanta.
|Eating berries and drinking tea may protect against Parkinson's Disease
The age-old adage “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” may have more truth to it than previously thought. A new study suggests that eating certain fruits could help ward off Parkinson’s disease.
|Peanut butter substitute now available
If you’ve given up on peanut butter because of the high fat and calorie count, did you know there’s an alternative?
|White rice raises diabetes risk
If you want to reduce your risk of diabetes, go easy on the white rice.