I am often asked about common sense steps to help us eat the healthiest diets. Here are my ‘common sense’ tips.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is criticizing his Democratic opponent for what he says was a mocking reference to his weight.
When you look at it closely, the numbers are quite concerning. Anorexia nervosa affects more than 1 out of every hundred women with teens and young adults the most vulnerable.
Are you in a mixed marriage when it comes to weight? As Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl tells us, it’s worse if the woman is overweight.
Chris updates the case of the City of Philadelphia pursuing Yuengling Brewery for over $6 million is disputed taxes and how New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s weight will effect his political career. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey, David Martosko from the Daily Caller, and Author Jonathan Last about his book, Demographic Disaster.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he wasn’t about to take the bait: a question dealing with that quintessential junk food, Twinkies.
Millions of people, mainly women, have eating disorders. But most are too guilty or embarrassed to admit it. Now, with some famous people leading the way, experts say it’s starting to change.
Fat around the thighs and buttocks is considered unsightly by some but published studies have found that fat in this area can reduce the harmful effects of inflammation in the body leading to protection against disease.
Adult obesity rates increased in more than half the states during the past year. The news about childhood obesity rates is even worse.
Maybe it’s the long lines or the extra fees, but it seems a lot of travelers think those airport luggage scales are incorrect. There’s reason to be skeptical.
Penn Medicine OB/GYN Dr. DaCarla Albright says the Spanx might not necessarily be a bad thing.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is usually tough on dieters. Now on this Monday after the festivities, one of the most popular weight loss plans is getting a makeover.
People who have complained about having thunder thighs now have a reason to celebrate. New research says fat in the thighs is different from belly fat, and better! Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more details.