Kids With Bedtimes, Mealtimes Less Likely To Be Obese, Study FindsThe study tracked 11,000 kids for more than a decade to pull the data from.
Children Of Obese Parents At Risk Of Developmental Delays, Says StudyBeing overweight may impact not only your health but your future child's development as well, a new study suggests.
Study: Chubby Babies On The DeclineThe report is in Tuesdays' edition of Pediatrics.
Obesity Increases In U.S Women, Study FindsThere doesn't appear to be much headway being made in the battle to curb obesity in the United States, according to a pair of studies.
School Board Member Says Sugar Tax Paying Dividends In Berkeley, CAJosh Daniels, a school board member in Berkeley, California, praised the benefits of the city's sugar tax, which is similar to the one proposed in Mayor Jim Kenney's first budget.
Drexel University Encourages Employees To Stand Up For Their HealthResearch shows that sitting at a desk all day is bad for your health. Drexel University is offering a way for full-time employees to get out of their chairs.
Ask The Doctor: Bariatric Surgery Part 2
Ask The Doctor: Bariatric Surgery Part 1
Study: Lack Of Sleep May Be Associated With ObesityResearchers explored whether short sleep is linked to more time spent secondary eating or drinking, meaning eating or drinking while primarily engaged in another activity, such as watching television.
Study: Belly Fat May Be More Dangerous For The Heart Than ObesityWhere you carry belly fat could put you at a greater risk of heart disease and death, researchers say.
Zeoli Show Log 09.25.15Rich discussed the Pope shutdown, Boehner's resignation, and security for the Pope. He also discussed local stores raising prices during the Pope's visit, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio's feud and a school district banning tag at public schools. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz at 4pm for Ask the Doctor and Christine Flowers at 5:30pm regarding her latest article, Pope Speaks to Heart.
Report: One-Third Of US Kids Still Eat Fast Food Every DayAbout one-third of U.S. children and teens eat pizza or other fast food every day, a new government report shows. That's about the same as it was in the 1990s.