Based on research gathered from the Internet, the cotton ball diet might be spreading in girls between the ages of nine and 16.
Researchers found that when people saw healthy foods first on a buffet line, they were more likely going to eat the healthy options.
Researchers found that eating a high protein diet and meal replacements could help curb rebound weight gain.
Researchers found that people who eat with health-conscious friends might make better food choices.
Eating popcorn while watching movies makes us immune to advertising, a new study suggests.
A new survey found that a quarter of new gym users are at risk of gaining weight after joining the gym due to snacking.
Experts are considering a change in the guidelines set for food allergies.
Researchers discovered that a lack of sleep leads to increased cravings for high-calorie foods, which can lead to obesity.
Researchers tied mouth bacteria to the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers suggest that performing short rituals before eating a meal could improve the taste of the food
Researchers discovered a new gene mutation that could be linked to severe obesity.
Researchers report that expectant mothers should not gain too much weight during pregnancy because the weight gain could increase the risk of obesity for the unborn baby.
Sprinkling a little spice to meals could help people lose weight, according to new research.
Fitness armbands that track one's fitness and eating patterns have gained popularity.
Researchers found that people born with the high risk obesity gene had more pleasure eating and looking at high-fat foods.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.