There are foods that are seem so healthy, but in reality, these foods poses bad effects on health especially to those who needs to lose weight. Here are seven foods that you should never eat.
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
According to the latest research conducted by the University of North Carolina, being lonely is considered far more harmful for the teenagers than lack of exercising
A new study found that short interventions did not help dissuade people from abusing drugs.
Pride tied to weight loss can fuel anorexia, a new study reported.
A new study found that children who watched a lot of TV tended to snack on unhealthy foods more often, increasing their risk of heart disease.
Obesity rates could be reduced if governments regulated the fast food market, a new report stated.
A new study examining coupons found that many of them promote junk foods and sugary beverages.
Researchers found that the sales of diet soda has fallen by 6.8 percent in dollar terms.
Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health reported that eating healthy costs around an average of $1.50 extra per day in comparison to eating unhealthy.
Unhealthy behaviors should be treated with same priority as heart disease risk factors, cholesterol and high blood pressure, according to American Heart Association policy statement.
A new report identified big name professional athletes that endorse food and beverage brands that are unhealthy.
The latest body craze for young American girls is the thigh gap.
Researchers found that significant partners who encouraged dieting influenced extreme dieting behaviors.
In a new review compiled by Purdue University researchers, diet soda was once again ruled an unhealthy choice that can lead to obesity and health complications.
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.