Add safflower oil, a polyunsaturated fat that contains essential omega-6 fatty acids, to your pantry.
A high-potassium diet helps keep arteries healthy and may lower your risk of stroke.
Too much salt can make you feel bloated and contributes to high blood pressure.
A study in the Journal of Consumer Research says that people are more likely to buy unhealthy foods when they pay using debit or credit cards.
Instead of French fries, look to some healthier alternatives for things to eat with your hamburger at Wendy's.
Overdrive correspondent Wendy Parker reports from her yearly visit to the doc with some helpful tips for diet, activity levels and overall health.
To prevent high blood pressure, start each day with a bowl of whole-grain variety cereal.
If it’s not even noon and you’re already famished, you’re probably not eating the right food for breakfast.
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