There are two types of eaters when it comes to being overwhelmingly stressed, the ones who lose their appetite and the ones who crave sweet and salty snacks. We have perceived stress eaters are the ones who gain the most weight, but a new study said this is not necessarily true because their eating habits change when they are not under stress.
There is an association between autism spectrum disorders and weight gained during pregnancy, a new study has found.
A dog's life often reflects that of their owner's. Dogs with lazy owners might not get all the walks they need to keep a healthy weight. A new study reveals, just like humans, being overweight can negatively affect canine health.
Eating five meals a day may protect teens from gaining weight, a new study suggests.
Mothers who gain a lot of weight during pregnancy may be increasing their children's risk of becoming obese, according to new research.
Researchers found in mouse models that a diet high in fat and calories could lead to pancreas cancer.
Getting tested for obesity genes may provide psychological benefits, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that underweight women with coronary artery disease are at a greater risk of death.
Researchers found that certain brand name antipsychotic drugs, such as Abilify and Seroquel increased children's risk of type 2 diabetes by three times.
Weight gain can prevent some smokers from quitting. However, a new study suggests that smokers will gain more weight the longer they wait to break their habit.
Researchers report that people who experience discrimination due to their weight might be at a greater risk of becoming obese.
Researchers discovered a new gene mutation that could be linked to severe obesity.
Researchers report that expectant mothers should not gain too much weight during pregnancy because the weight gain could increase the risk of obesity for the unborn baby.
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.
It really is never too late to quit smoking. A new study reveals that older women who quit smoking reduce their risk of heart disease, regardless of whether they had diabetes.