If you're one of those people at the grocery store who only reads the front label on food packages -- listen up.
Looking for ways to improve your health and your skin? It may be a challenge but doctors say there's one thing you can do to help solve both of those problems.
We want to introduce you to one of the first people who joined the Facebook page and made a pledge to change their lifestyle.
If you're committing to be fit in the new year, you may want to be try "going Greek." The creator says you can eat to your heart's content and still be heart healthy.
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We're only two days into the new year. How are you doing with your fitness resolutions? Portland transportation leaders say there's an easy way to stay active and fit. They're encouraging folks to start commuting by bike in 2014. Their Resolve to Ride campaign runs through January 6th. Some folks may be intimidated by a bike commute in January. But experts say there's nothing to worry about.
If your New Year's resolution is to lose weight, you may want to try a different kind of eating plan than in years past. Pay attention not only to what you stop eating but what you're eating in its place.
Expert advice to help you reach your fitness goals in the new year.
A Portland mother of two fights depression and loses nearly 90 pounds with help from KATU's Commit 2 Be Fit segments.
Giving the right gift this holiday season could help your loved one reach their fitness goals or be healthier in the new year.
Providence Health & Services is offering a free heart-to-start program at Duniway Park.
A new study shows kids who get less sleep are more likely to be obese. Researchers from Temple University studied kids age 8 through 11 and determined when kids sleep more, they eat an average of 134 calories less a day.
Often we talk about activities for you or for your children to do. However, we don't often focus on things that you can do together. KATU's Debora Knapp found a class that both mom and child can do to be active.
There's a lot of fancy footwork going on at Peninsula Park Community Center, where parents and their toddlers are learning ballet together. CLASS INFORMATION