According to a new study, learning stress management skills could help with weight loss.
Want to keep lost weight off? Scientists are revealing key health behaviors that can help lead to successful long-term weight loss.
A science teacher from Iowa went on a three-month McDonald's diet and successfully lost 37 pounds.
Losing even a little weight can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes in middle-aged women.
Weight gain is a problem for a large percentage of 13-year-olds. A new study reveals that three out of five 13-year-old girls and two out of five boys of the same age are worried about gaining weight or getting fat. The findings are worrying because children who engage in unhealthy weight-control strategies are more likely to become overweight or obese, according to researchers.
Researchers found that when people with irregular heartbeats lost weight, their symptoms improved.
In the November issue of Food Technology magazine which is published by Institute of Food Technologists, a list of 12 foods and ingredients were published that can probably help you in keeping stronger than your weight.
Babies born after bariatric surgery are likely to be premature, a study finds. They might be also small for gestational age.
Researchers reported that weight-loss surgery was effective in keeping off weight for up to three years post surgery.
In a new study, researchers found that when participants were asked to self report their weight measured at a medical facility, their answers were quite accurate.
Researchers found that eating a high protein diet and meal replacements could help curb rebound weight gain.
Eating chocolate may help people lose unwanted weight, according to new research.
Although losing weight is associated with a happier and healthier life, this may not be the case in a romantic relationship according to a new study.
Sex burns more calories than walking, according to a new study.
A new survey reveals that more than a quarter of people are ruining their diets by drinking alcohol.
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?"