If you are allergic to one type of tree nut, avoiding all others may not be necessary, a new study suggests. The study says many people are wrongly led to believe that they are allergic to all tree nuts based on a blood or a skin prick test.
A 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks would save more than 13,000 lives and prevent hundreds of thousands of cases of obesity and serious illness in Canada over the next 25 years, according to a new study.
A diet that mimics the effect of fasting could reverse the progression of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes by reprogramming non-insulin-producing cells to produce insulin, according to a study published in the journal Cell.
As McDonald’s expands its all-day breakfast menu to 1,100 locations across Canada, CTVNews.ca took a closer look at the fast-food giant's nutrition facts to figure out whether a McMuffin was really a healthier indulgence than a Big Mac.
Our understanding of what's healthy can evolve, which is why dietary guidelines are regularly updated to reflect the latest science. A recommendation that breakfast can help with weight control -- inserted in 2010 -- is no longer in the guidelines.