For a time, soy could do no wrong and was heralded for combating cancer. But the medical community has some new developments.
Zapping salad fixings with just a bit of radiation can kill dangerous E.
coli and other bacteria — and food safety experts say Europe's massive
outbreak shows wary consumers should give the long-approved step a
Restaurants and hotels are carrying more gluten-free food products to meet guests' needs.
Under new federal regulations expected for 2012, some food operations will list calories on menus.
If you feel like the more health-care providers you have, the less they talk to each other, you're not alone.
The Arthur Ashe Institute has launched a major
initiative to improve the health of African-American women.
Worries about affordability and complexity point to problems ahead.
The VA's 49,000-patient network is aimed at improving care and lowering costs.
The federal Medicare program is popular among older Americans, but that doesn't mean it's easy to navigate.
Despite international efforts to eradicate it, malaria kills 890,000 people every year.