NYC Declares War On SugarThe city's health department proposed a crackdown that could change what people from coast to coast are allowed to consume. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
NYC To Mandate Cuts In Sugar For Drinks, Packaged FoodsAs part of a national effort, city health officials will push companies to cut sugar by 20 percent in packaged foods and 40 percent in drinks by 2025. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Eating Processed Meats Could Put Women At Risk For Breast CancerAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, it even includes some deli meats we first thought was healthy.
Obesity To Overtake Smoking As Top Preventable Cause Of Cancer In WomenA new report in Britain estimates 23,000 British women will be diagnosed with obesity-related cancers by 2035.
What Kids Are Drinking Blamed For Type 2 DiabetesOne in three U.S. children are considered overweight or obese, and experts are putting the blame on drinking too much soda or other sugary beverages. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Study Finds Long Island Nutrition Lagging Behind On Fruits, VegetablesLong Island is lagging behind the rest of the state when it comes to eating enough fruits and vegetables, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported Thursday.
Update: Study Finds Long Island Not Eating Enough Fruits, VegetablesLong Islanders are not eating enough of the recommended daily servings of vegetables and fruits. A new analysis from the Long Island Health Collaborative shows that between 2013 and 2015 in Nassau and Suffolk counties, the percentages of those eating less than one fruit and less than one vegetable a day were increasing. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Common Breakfast MistakesIf you're trying to lose weight and not having any success, it may be because of your breakfast. CBS2's Alex Denis has some common mistakes experts say could impact your waistline.
The Pros And Cons Of Skipping Lunch At WorkA new study finds 1 in 2 American workers no longer take a break for a full meal during work, and while for some it may help keep focus on tasks, it also depletes people of energy leading to burnout at the end of the day. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Ideas For Healthy School LunchesIt's time for back-to-school and lunch packing. We have some easy and healthy school lunches to keep your kids happy all year.
Experts Mixed On Benefits Of Coconut OilThere are all sorts of claims for the health benefits attributed to coconut oil, but more recently nutrition scientists have been pushing back against those unsubstantiated health claims. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Moderate Carb Consumption May Be The Way To Go, Study SaysModerate consumption means carbohydrates total 50 to 55 percent of your daily caloric intake.
Which Type Of Products Are Best For Your Baby?Many turn to organic or natural products, but what does that really mean?
Fitness Tips For The Summer MonthsSummer's here and it's the best time to get involved in fun outdoor activities.
Parenting Tips: Allergy Awareness At Barbecue Cook-OutsParenting coach Chrissy Khachane joined CBS2's Cindy Hsu to share ways hosts can help prepare ahead of potential allergy problems at summer cook-outs.
4 More States Report Illness From Romaine LettuceThe poisoning outbreak from an E. Coli-tainted Romaine lettuce is spreading. Four more states are reporting illnesses. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports
60 People Sickened In 16 States From Bad LettuceThe CDC is expanding its warning from chopper romaine lettuce to all romaine lettuce due to an e. coli outbreak linked to the vegetable. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Picking Right Foods Before Working Out Key To SuccessGetting the most out of your fitness workout depends on what you put in your body before and after the exercise. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Traditional Diets Can Reduce Symptoms Of Depression, Studies ShowThere's scientific proof that diet can be just as good as medication when it comes to treating moderate to severe depression. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Key To Living Longer Is Drinking Coffee & Booze, Study SaysIf you enjoy drinking coffee and wine, it may help you live longer according to a new study.
Study: Caffeine May Help People With Kidney DiseaseA study found that those who drank the most caffeinated drinks reduced their risk of premature death by 24 percent.
Tips On Overcoming The Urge To Heal The Autumn Blues With Comfort FoodsSome people love the fall season, but it can often be a trigger for people who struggle with comfort eating. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Eating Right For A Healthy Body & BrainChef Madison Cowan stopped by with some brain-healthy meals.
Skipping Breakfast Increases Risk Of Heart DiseaseA new study says that skipping breakfast dramatically increases risk for heart disease, but a high energy breakfast lowers arterial disease. CBS2's Max Gomez reports.

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