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The One Thing No One Tells You About Low Blood Sugar
Combating low blood sugar means eating more often.
If Sugar Is Toxic, How Bad Is All That Halloween Candy You Just Ate?
Sugar is toxic, but you probably didn't do permanent damage.
Tired After Eating? Here's Why
Avoid that mid-afternoon slump once and for all.
This Is What Happens When Hunger Turns to Hanger
Science explains why you act (and feel) a little crazy when you haven't eaten.
An Exercise Pill May Soon Exist for Gym-Haters
Great news for gym-haters!
How Much Green Juice Is Too Much?
There may be juice and smoothie stands on nearly every corner, but you actually can overdo it. Find out how to tell when you're in need of some good, hard food.
Eating Too Late Can Raise Your Breast Cancer Risk
Yikes—opening the fridge past 8 p.m. may damage more than just your waistline, new research suggests.
New Study Says Hunger Makes People Angry and Stab Voodoo Dolls
A new study shows that hunger can inspire extreme anger in some people, often causing us to lash out at our partners.
The No. 1 Way to Kill Cravings
Make your energy levels soar and conquer your sweet tooth with this one simple trick. Bonus: You may also lose weight!
How to Make the Most Important Meal of the Day Even Healthier
When you eat a low-glycemic breakfast, you can actually stabilize blood sugars throughout the day, thereby making you less likely to overeat throughout the day, according to researchers at the Institute of Food Technologists' Wellness 12 meeting.
Is Fruit Still Part of a Healthy Diet?
Why fruit may not always be the cleanest food to snack on.
What We Can Learn From the Paula Deen Controversy: Diabetes in the U.S.
The media and internet have been aflutter with the news that Paula Deen has Type 2 diabetes. We share the facts about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
New Exercise Hormone May Fight Obesity and Diabetes
A newly discovered exercise-related hormone may help fight obesity.
The Link Between Dementia and Diabetes
Diabetes appears to increase a person's risk of developing dementia.