Dry January: The Benefits of an Alcohol-Free Month

Editor's note: Dry January is not a substitute for treatment for substance use disorder. Help is available for you or a loved one. This year alcohol use increased sharply. Adults reported drinking more days of the month and more each time. If you're interested in cutting...

Nutritionist Tips for Helping Kids Eat at Mealtimes

Anyone who feeds children has a tough job. This is one of the first places where kids exert their independence by refusing to eat or only eating certain items. It can be frustrating for caregivers who are legally responsible for feeding them. And, of course,...

Tips for Breaking Your Sugar Habit

Editor's note: It's not necessary to eliminate all added sugars--and attempting to do so can spark obsessive behaviors and disordered eating. Most people eat too much refined sugar—whether it comes from sweet coffee drinks each morning, the treats consumed for an afternoon pick-me-up, or hidden in...

What You Need to Know About Vitamin D

Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is probably the most talked-about of the micronutrients. If you haven’t previously supplemented it, now might be a good time to consider it as we spend more time at home to avoid COVID-19. Public Health of England went...