Previous studies revealed that belly fat might increase your risk for osteoporosis. Now, a new study published in the journal Radiology finds that excess liver and muscle fat may also harm the bones.
Researchers found that vigorous exercise could lead to lower calorie consumption.
Researchers found that people who drank two cups of water before a meal lost an average of four pounds.
Around 60 Thai policemen will start a 12-day weight-loss program this week that addresses exercise and nutrition.
Study finds that people who watch digital versions of themselves diet and exercise can lose weight.
The American Medical Association declared on Tuesday that obesity is a disease.
Researchers found that the green coffee weight loss pill praised by Dr. Oz was ineffective in helping mice lose weight.
A new study found that a soda cap ban could potentially help the overweight and obese youth the most.
Experts say two new diet drugs could boost weight loss by five to 10 percent.
"Prancercise" was created in 1989 but has recently just started to gain popularity.
We've all heard of the health benefits of drinking coffee. The caffeinated beverage wakes us up in the morning, reduces our cancer risk, and lengthens our lives. So, wouldn't someone you drinks more coffee reap more health benefits? Wrong.
Researchers found that children born after their mothers underwent gastrointestinal bypass surgery tended to be slimmer than their older siblings that were born before the surgery.
Researchers report that weight loss via dieting or exercise could help ease the symptoms of chronic heartburn.
After examining data from 185 research papers looking at fish oil's effect on weight loss and neurogenesis, researchers found that fish oil could actually curb the effects that junk food can have on the brain.
A new study has revealed that people who had small breakfasts did not compensate by eating more later in the day, leading researchers to suggest that a smaller meal to start the day may help dieters cut back on calories.
Most people are familiar or have heard of sexual or physical abuse but have no idea that there is another type of abuse that is less obvious. This is called a financially abusive relationship where you wonder "Is my boyfriend using me financially?"