Articles by Hobson, Katherine
Legislation includes menu calorie counts, but don’t count on them to solve the obesity problem.
The physiology of weight and need for safety may mean changing expectations of what drugs can do.
The maker says it can find cancer early, but that’s a far cry from preventing colorectal cancer deaths
Until the FDA weighs in with new rules for labels, confusion will be plentiful in the grocery aisle.
Cancer group doesn’t make big changes but emphasizes doctors and patients should have “the talk.”
A study finds consumers are buying better foods, but there’s a long way to go.
Blueberries, almonds, and salmon are all good, but you shouldn't limit yourself to them.
Former food exec Hank Cardello says it’s possible for companies to make money and promote health.
She’s no longer working out for six hours a day, so how does she stay in shape?