The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation published several reports today announcing that physical activity rates in the U.S has increased.
Having comfort foods like pizza and chocolate sundaes will cheer anyone up. However, a new study reveals that drawing out these tasty but unhealthy foods is enough to put us in a better mood.
British researchers found that children as young as 10 were already conscious of their weight.
Researchers found that vigorous exercise could lead to lower calorie consumption.
Study finds that people who watch digital versions of themselves diet and exercise can lose weight.
A new study reports that children who are raised by their grandparents are more likely to be overweight or obese between the ages of nine months and three years.
Researchers state that talking to overweight teenagers about eating habits is more effective in influencing weight loss as opposed to talking about weight.
Researchers discovered two specific inhibitory brain nerve cells responsible for the 'stay or go' behaviors.
Before attending a Memorial Day celebration, here are five tips to eating healthy.
Paul Templer is now a successful motivational speaker and runs a foundation that supports children with disabilities and terminal illnesses in Michigan and in southern Africa.
Study reports that people who shop for foods when they are hungry tend to buy more high calorie items.
Researchers found that the largest shark hatchlings eat the smaller and weaker ones in the wombs of their mothers.
Hannah Warren, who was born without a trachea, could not breathe through her mouth, eat or speak.
Researchers discovered a new group of stem cells that can regulate appetite at later stages of life.
Treating yourself to a box of chocolates when your feeling down may seem like a good way to lift your spirits. However, researchers are urging people to think twice, after a new study revealed eating unhealthily could make bad moods even worse.
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.