If you want to make the best of your day, make sure you eat a healthy breakfast, says new study
Researchers analyzed other parameters to conclude that 54 million Americans classified obese and overweight are healthy. However 20 million people with normal BMI are relatively less healthy.
A Swedish-led study links seasonal shifting in brown bears' gut microbes as the key to coping with metabolic demands of long winter sleep.
Young girls who were diagnosed ADHD have a higher risk of adult obesity, a new study said.
A Dutch study featured in the scientific journal Diabetologia suggests that long hours of sitting may increase the risks of developing Type 2 diabetes by 22%.
Sitting can increase risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study reported.
The new study by Johns Hopkins researchers shows that both pre-pregnancy and gestational can up the risk. It adds to mounting evidence that ASD begins in the womb.
New studies show that obesity might lead to memory impairment.
A new study links unhealthy eating behaviors with impulsive brain function- suggests mindfulness therapy to reverse childhood obesity.
A recently published report by WHO’s Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity reveals a dramatic surge of obesity in developing countries and recommends far-reaching policies including regulation and taxation measures on fat-inducing foods and drinks
In a new research, scientists find that by adopting mindful practices, children can be oriented towards keeping unhealthy habits away.
If you follow a strict diet during the week and consume junk food on the weekend, then you may be undoing all the hard work you have put in for so many days
Crucial positive findings on Zafgen’s experimental obesity medication, beloranib, raises hopes on reversing FDA’s suspension of its drug approval bid following two deaths during the clinical trials.
Health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages can influence how parents shop, a new study found.
Unless the obesity epidemic is attacked on all fronts, the future generations are bound to suffer, says a new report.
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.