In a recent study, researchers found that for some young adults with risk factors, particularly, hypertension, drinking too much coffee can increase their risk of prediabetes.
A new study found that taking iron supplements can improve the quality of life for women with heavy periods.
Two new studies tied TV and computers to less happy and heavier children.
A Utah mother gave birth to a 14 pound boy, who is believed to be America's heaviest baby born in 2013.
An eight-month pregnant woman received both negative and positive reviews after she posted a picture of herself lifting a barbell over her head.
Baby Jasleen who was born last week, weighed in at 13.47 pounds and measured 23 inches long.
Researchers report that people who experience discrimination due to their weight might be at a greater risk of becoming obese.
A new large scale study found that obese pregnant women are at a higher risk of giving birth preterm.
Researchers stated that too much weight gain during infancy could result in an increased risk of obesity and heart disease later in life.
A tiger underwent surgery to remove a giant hairball that was the size of a basketball.
Researchers found that fetal growth can affect an infant's risk of developing autism.
Researchers discovered that although medical care did not differ, doctors tend to treat thinner patients nicer than heavier ones.
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.