Health officials on Tuesday found that the only restaurant in the southern branch of the National Palace Museum did not meet food hygiene standards. Restaurant officials stated Wednesday it had made the required improvements.
There's good news for grumpy women: Being happy apparently has no effect on how long you might live.
A healthy food for one person may lead another to gain weight, according to a study out Thursday that suggests a one-size-fits-all approach to dieting is fundamentally wrong.
Japanese researchers have developed a micro-thin thermal sensor that can be attached directly to the skin, potentially useful in monitoring the health of infants or even making sportswear more comfortable.
Tracking calories at chain restaurants in the U.S. is supposed to become easier next year, but new studies raise questions about whether the counts actually make a difference for diners and eateries.
The Taiwan Water Corporation (TWC, 台灣自來水公司) said that its water supply is rigorously quality controlled to meet standards for drinking water set by the Executive Yuan's Environmental Protection Administration
Low-fat diets do not yield greater weight loss than other slimming regimes, said a study Friday, adding to the long-running debate on how best to shed extra pounds or kilos.
Three brisk walking principles to keep joints healthy were proposed by the Taiwanese Osteoporosis Association (TOA) yesterday, debunking myths that exercise is bad for joints in time for World Arthritis Day.
Some sub sandwiches, movie theater pretzels and even milkshakes and salads will soon come with a first-of-its-kind salt warning symbol in New York City after officials agreed Wednesday to stake out new ground in a national push for healthier eating habits.
Being overweight at the age of 50 may speed the onset of Alzheimer's disease in old age, said a study Tuesday in the journal Molecular Psychiatry.