Researchers from the Center for Obesity Research and Education in Philadelphia studied a group of young children and watched the way they ate on different sized plates.
Breaking bad habits is hard – and sticking to a new routine is even harder. Lift is an app that can help.
Most of us use many visual and auditory cues to make crucial decisions. A perfect example is when it comes to diet.
Think about a world where we could eat all we want without sacrificing our health. In the laboratory that may be possible, at least in mice with a certain anti-cancer gene.
Since the word obese has a negative connotation, it might make sense for physicians to use another word when treating and counseling overweight patients.
Did you ever wonder what makes some of us better than others at saying ‘no’ to fatty foods? Yale researchers have a clue.