It's no secret that weight gain can lead to depression in women. However, a new study reveals that depression can also pack on pounds Feeling depressed can increase women's' risk of obesity, a new study reveals.
Researchers used an oral peptide spray on mice models and found that ti curbed appetite and promoted weight loss.
African American women may need to work harder to lose weight.
Losing even a little weight can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes in middle-aged women.
Obesity may cause children to produce higher levels of stress hormones, a new study suggests.
Weight gain is a problem for a large percentage of 13-year-olds. A new study reveals that three out of five 13-year-old girls and two out of five boys of the same age are worried about gaining weight or getting fat. The findings are worrying because children who engage in unhealthy weight-control strategies are more likely to become overweight or obese, according to researchers.
In a small study, Korean researchers found that five-point ear acupuncture was effective in reducing participants' body mass indexes (BMIs).
Researchers reported that people who worry less about snacking on chocolate cake were less likely to gain weight.
A French drug manufacturing company reported that its emergency contraceptive drug, which is identical to Plan B, is ineffective for women weighing over 176 pounds.
Based on research gathered from the Internet, the cotton ball diet might be spreading in girls between the ages of nine and 16.
In the November issue of Food Technology magazine which is published by Institute of Food Technologists, a list of 12 foods and ingredients were published that can probably help you in keeping stronger than your weight.
Researchers tested preschool children and found that they can differentiate healthy foods from unhealthy ones.
Sleep may help keep kids thin, a new study suggests.
In a new study, researchers found that when participants were asked to self report their weight measured at a medical facility, their answers were quite accurate.
A Utah mother gave birth to a 14 pound boy, who is believed to be America's heaviest baby born in 2013.