Latest California Healthline Stories
Sixty-eight percent of those 65 and older take vitamin supplements. Much of what we once believed about the benefits is wrong.
Some of the safety-net programs set up after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico are being disbanded.
A Bay Area public health campaign harnesses the power of poetry to confront the root causes of a diabetes epidemic that is disproportionately hitting minority youth and those from low-income homes.
For some federal health programs, a shuttered government means business as usual. But the congressional impasse over funding will hit others hard.
A federally funded program is partnering with a Latino grocery chain to reward people who use their food stamps to put more fresh produce on their tables.
A new study suggests 13 percent of two-year college students can’t consistently get access to or afford enough food.
Good nutrition has been linked to a boost in senior citizens’ cognitive skills.
Once an elite swimmer and a Yale grad, Siphiwe Baleka now coaches 3,000 fellow truckers on the best ways to work out, eat right and stay connected on the road. Drivers say his wellness plan works.
From nutrition assistance programs to preventing food-borne illness, the Agriculture Department is deeply involved in health policy.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, which eschews meat and pushes for nutrition to have a stronger influence in health policy, is suggesting alterations in how food aid to low income people is structured.