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The Best iPhone Diet Apps

Since the dawn of man, not a single person has ever enjoyed dieting. Controlling any urge, after all, is never fun, and it certainly isn't easy. Nowadays, it seems like every other week presents a completely different diet trend or a new healthy cookbook atop the best-sellers counter at the bookstore. Getting started with a new diet, however, doesn't have to involve books, consultations, or...

Google Health Relaunches With Customizable, User-Friendly Design

A couple of years ago, Google launched Google Health, an online forum where users can store their personal health and wellness information, and share it with others. Now, the company has just launched a new and improved version of its online health center, with an eye toward personalizing and streamlining user experience. As Google explains on its blog, the new Google Health features a more...

Dieters That Use Online Weight Loss Programs Keep Pounds Off, Study Says

As we can tell you, spending all day plopped in front of your computer can have pretty devastating effects on your physicality. According to a new study, though, logging onto the Web, under certain circumstances, can actually help people drop a few extra pounds. Researchers at Kaiser Permanente recently found that, when overweight patients used an online weight-loss support group, they...

Concerned Teacher Blogs School Meals on 'Fed Up With Lunch'

Those of you who went to public school here in the U.S. no doubt remember the absolutely foul things that were being passed off as food in your cafeterias. There were chicken nuggets that tasted more like Play-Doh than poultry, and Salisbury steak that had the texture of a salty tire. A teacher and parent at an unidentified school, in an unidentified Midwestern state, has decided that, for one...

Junk-Food-Detecting Shopping Carts Coming Soon?

Sure, you've got TV and your friends to remind you not to eat certain foods and tell you that you're a fatty, but what if your shopping cart told you before you even got out of the super market? US-based technology company EDS imagines such a world, where intelligent shopping carts scan bar codes on food as you load them into your cart, giving you nutritional and ethical information about the...