Study: Cutting Fat Can Lead To Greater Weight Loss Than Cutting CarbsA new study suggests cutting fat may be better than cutting carbs.
Study: More Than Two-Thirds Of Americans Are Overweight Or ObeseWhile more men than women are considered overweight, more women are obese.
Multiple Factors Contributing To ObesityThere has been a great deal of talk recently about obesity and all of the contributing factors that we may or may not be aware of.
Penn Study Claims Obese People Viewed As Less Competent At WorkIt’s no secret that being obese has dire consequences for your health, but it could also be affecting your job prospects.
Increased Waistline Means Increased RiskSome experts are suggesting that increased waist circumference should be added to heart risk assessment tools, like cigarette smoking and high cholesterol.
Study: Some States Are Fatter Than We ThoughtAccording to CBS News, new research looked at doctors’ measurements of height and weight rather than asking people to self-report, which had been done in the past.
Thick Waist May Double Risk Of Premature DeathWhere you carry your weight could be as important, if not more important, than how much you weigh.
Obese Children - And Their Parents - Underestimate Their WeightWe recently learned that most overweight kids think they are at a normal weight - and their parents underestimate their children's weight as well.
Common Drugs Cause Weight GainThe most common medications that contribute to weight gain are two commonly prescribed drug classes - corticosteroids and antidepressants.
Report: Heavy Kids Often Don't See Themselves As OverweightAccording to the CDC, the study’s findings could help influence public health initiatives targeting childhood obesity.
Health: Procedure Now Approved To Melt Fat Off ThighsJust in time for the summer season a new and improved procedure that is said to melt fat, no surgery and no downtime.
Obesity Health Risks Comparable To SmokingWe know that cigarettes are bad for us and can increase disease and death especially when compared to non-smokers. But what about obesity - just how risky is it?