Know more about Obesity and how it tends to increase, as well as how gluten-free foods affect the condition.
Celebrity moms like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Jessica Simpson, share their weight loss journey after pregnancy.
Vicki Perez gained 40lbs, despite working out every day at the gym. Vicki had a ripped six-pack and competed as a bikini fitness model.
People who were once overweight or obese suffer through lean stigma instigated by their family, friends, and/or colleagues.
Cereal companies have been encouraging people to eat breakfast. Breakfast has been marketed as "the most important meal of the day." How true is this?
Based on tradition, breakfast has always been considered the most important meal of the day. We often hear this from our folks but there are some who defy that belief and eventually skip the alleged “most important meal of the day”.
Women will come into being that they are gaining weight almost a decade prior to being menopause.
The obesity epidemic has gone global, and it may be worse than most thought.
Obesity can affect one's memory, a new study is reporting.
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.
Young girls who were diagnosed ADHD have a higher risk of adult obesity, a new study said.
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.
Water dispensing machines installed in cafeterias across New York City’s public schools have shown to help overweight students lose weight according to a recently published report by New York University (NYU).
Health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages can influence how parents shop, a new study found.
Patients who need weight-loss surgery due to severe obesity tend to suffer from mental health problems, a new study reported.
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.