Eating more fruits, vegetables and nuts can make a meaningful impact on a person’s health – and the planet’s too.
kerdkanno/iStock via Getty Images Plus
A new study puts numbers to the health and environmental benefits – or impacts – of individual foods and shows how small changes can make a significant difference.
March 31 marks International Transgender Day of Visibility.
(AP Photo/Stephen Groves)
We need to commit to creating safe and inclusive environments for trans and non-binary youth, because when they have those supportive environments, they thrive.
A light invisible to humans makes chemicals in our skin very excited. In fact, the chemicals become so excited they change shape and become vitamin D.
Sugar taxes may not prevent obesity and associated conditions overnight, but they can be part of the solution.
‘To gut microbes.’
We found that drinking red wine is linked with an increase in gut bacteria diversity.
Current cholesterol tests in the UK are outdated and are putting lives at risk.
Is a smile really the best accessory? Science says yes.
It’s all about what you do after you indulge.
We often hide behind a mask of wellness when we’re really sick. Maybe it’s time to be more open about our health.
Why are we so shocked when we, or someone we know, becomes ill? It’s time to reclaim sickness as a normal part of life.
Eating healthfully adds up quickly.
Fruits and veg via ww.shutterstock.com
Consumers tend to think that healthy foods have to cost more than their less nutritional counterparts. New psychological research looks at how pervasive this is.
Too busy to work out? Not anymore.
Why less is more when it comes to exercise.
Tens of millions of smallholder farmers across sub-Saharan Africa have a stake in improving the health of the soil their cattle graze on.
Africa’s soil crisis calls for quick and creative action. This includes deepening farmers’ knowledge about soil microbes.
When a fruit fly’s ability to taste its food or water is suppressed, its lifespan significantly increases or decreases – regardless…
Our food environment could influence the type of food we buy.
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) government has introduced a Healthy Weight Action Plan aimed at curbing the number of obese people in the territory. As its name suggests, the plan seeks to create…