As COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S. and around the world, these tips can help protect yourself and your family from the coronavirus.
Seniors infected with COVID-19 tend to get sicker than younger people. Find out why coronavirus in older adults can lead to serious illness and death.
Eating upon waking is used to refuel the body and set the stage for the rest of the day. These healthy breakfast recipes are easy to make and good for you.
A family history of colon cancer is a greater risk factor than smoking, sedentary lifestyle and other modifiable risk factors.
The risk of home fires increases during winter months. Fire safety is important to lower the risk of fires and burn injuries and keep your family safe.
Some schools and businesses are temporarily closing due to high outbreaks of flu activity. Know the different types of flu and how to protect yourself.
Plant-based burgers and meat are still one of the top trending food items. But, is eating plant-based burgers instead of the real thing really good for you? Registered dietician Katherine Basbaum gives some insight.
Finding it hard to fill your plate with fresh vegetables at this time of year? Use frozen or canned vegetables as they’re healthier than you think.
Food labels don’t currently distinguish between added sugar and natural sugar. It takes more work for people to read labels and find these hidden sugars.
After eating too much Halloween candy, I tried 6 strategies to survive the holidays without overdoing it again. See how my strategies to stop eating sugar held up - both in real life and with UVA registered dietitian Katherine Basbaum.