Diana Novak Jones – For the Sun-Times
Eating a needlessly restrictive diet can impact the function of your gastrointestinal system.
Whether you’re watching your diet to train for a 5K or an NBA championship, you need to pay attention to flavor, says Chef Richard Ingraham.
Making incremental changes that you find reasonable sets you up for more success than if you completely cut something you enjoy out of your life.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome happens when the median nerve running from the forearm to the palm becomes pinched.
Students arriving at school might be used to a house full of groceries, regular home-cooked meals and even portions doled out by parents.
A group of new drugs in development have recently shown promising results in studies done before U.S. Food and Drug Administration review.
Rowland wastes no time getting right into the realities of what happens to a woman’s body after she gives birth.
The amount of sleep we need fluctuates with age, but the methods to get there stay basically the same.
An hour-long class at I Love Kickboxing is meant to spike heart rates, build muscle and burn fat.
A new study says you can combat the bad health effects of sitting for long stretches by fidgeting.
During the month of October, UFC Gym’s Fight Fit class will be free with a suggested donation to a breast cancer nonprofit.
An environmental group ranked the nation’s top 25 chain restaurants on the use of antibiotics in the meat they serve. Surprise, only two received an A.