In a new study funded by Weight Watchers International, researchers reported that people who joined Weight Watchers were more likely to lose weight when compared to people who tried losing weight on their own.
Researchers studied 30 popular weight loss apps and concluded that these apps were ineffective and a waste of money.
Scientists have long known that eating disorders like anorexia nervosa and bulimia often run in families. While it has been challenging to pinpoint specific genes that heighten a person's risk, a new study has linked two gene mutations to an increased likelihood of developing these complex disorders.
Researchers reported that constantly looking at pictures of foods on Instagram could lead to a loss of appetite.
Who needs liposuction and bariatric surgery? New research reveals that Botox, more commonly known as the miracle wrinkle eliminator, may help people lose weight.
Losing weight may put obese teens at risk of developing anorexia and bulimia, a new study suggests.
Researchers reported that obese teenagers who lose weight are more likely to develop eating disorders.
Dieters who eat late lunches tend to lose less weight than those who eat earlier midday meals, according to a new study,
Researchers found that underweight women with coronary artery disease are at a greater risk of death.
Cocaine doesn't just suppress appetites. It can also prevent the body from storing fat, according to new research.
One in five women feel like they're pressured to return to their pre-pregnancy body after giving birth because their husbands or boyfriends aren't happy with the way they look, a new survey reveals.
Having a hard time sticking to your diet? Scientists found that stocking up on fruit and veggies can help people eat less because it helps improves self-control.
When trying to break bad habits, removing temptation is far more effective than relying on willpower alone, according to a new study.
Two NYC hospitals will start the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program, which aims to give better access to fresh produce for low-income families at risk of obesity.
Sprinkling a little spice to meals could help people lose weight, according to new research.