Even though many Minnesotans are sedentary, and almost 300,000 have diabetes, a national study lists us as the fifth healthiest state.
Two new studies are reminding parents that getting children vaccinated for the flu can save lives.
If you’re watching you weight, it’s probably best to skip the dessert. Sugar is a quick way to blow your diet. But if you just have to have a sweet treat, you can make choices that are better than others.
Some dreams take years to come true, but a Minnesota mother and daughter’s wish simply couldn’t wait.
Too much sitting at work or at home could be taking a couple years off your life.
It may not be unusual to see a group of kids riding their bikes together in Minneapolis. But you might be surprised to see kids biking to the farmers markets to learn about cooking and healthy foods.
If you want old age to be more about staying active instead of being frail, it’s time to listen up. Many doctors say that the way you live now determines how you’ll feel down the road.
When it comes to baby formulas, milk-based choices may not be the only healthy options. In Health Watch, researchers say baby formulas made with soy are just as good.
When it comes Super Bowl Sunday, people love to chow down. But what if you are looking for some healthier options?
It can be hard to get kids to eat fruits and vegetables, but there are some new incentives on the menu at schools in St. Paul.
Keeping kids fit is a constant challenge in these days of computers and video games. One thing that can help: walking and biking to school.
Students at Deephaven Elementary School are getting used to a healthier lunch menu.
There’s always been a lot of focus on the new and interesting food at the Minnesota State fair, but finding something to eat without feeling guilty is hard to do.
An attorney has taken out an ad in the obituary section of a Duluth newspaper to let readers know he’s alive and well.
Packing your child’s school lunch can be quick and easy with all the pre-packaged food options, but what are they doing to your child’s health?