Eating homemade meals more frequently can reduce risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study reported.
The gastric balloon helped testing patients lose 37 percent of excess body weight.
Two new studies reported that certain words, when paired with stress and genetics, could trigger people to overeat.
Noninvasive brain stimulation can help people lose weight, a small study concluded.
Obesity might cause vitamin A deficiency in specific organs, a new study reported.
A new hope for patients suffering from obesity awaits with this new non-invasive gastric balloon.
A recent study suggests that brisk walking for at least 30 minutes help you maintain weight.
Weight loss surgery for teens can lead to health gains that last for at least three years, a new study found.
Junk food is not the leading cause of the obesity epidemic, a new study stated.
According to a new research, nearly 60% of Americans are taking some kind of prescription drugs or the other.
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Sleeping too much can increase risk of developing type 2 diabetes in women, a new study reported.
Researchers found three cost-effective intervention programs that can help prevent childhood obesity.
a new study has revealed that a variation found in BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotropic Factor) can affect the problem of obesity amongst children and adults
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