The media constantly bombards us with images of gorgeous female models, movie stars and pop stars; it’s no wonder that many females suffer from a p...
Lifestyle Center: Weight Loss
Lack of sleep could be leading people to eat as if they're stoned.
Losing fat could one day mean manipulating stem cells--with no diet or exercise needed.
Even a small amount of weight loss could lead to a big gain in health benefits for obese people.
Doctors could one day activate beige cells inside fat to help patients lose weight and prevent diabetes.
If you carry a few extra pounds around you may be tempted to skip breakfast, which might not be a good idea.
Could being rewarded by an employer for healthy behavior actually lead to failure?
Stress might wreak havoc on your day, but could it have a slightly positive effect on your health?
Tens of millions of people labeled overweight or obese by the body mass index (BMI) scale might soon feel vindicated.
Ah, vacations -- sun, sand, skiing, sightseeing or other fun activities, not to mention great food. It's that last item that may be a bit of a proble...
Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables promotes good health. However, many people may not realize that certain fruits and veggies contain...
Staying slim -- or at least the same weight -- is not easy. The key might be making it personal.
Parents may want to rethink what they feed their children.
A new online data registry could provide some real answers to a common question: How do I stay slim?
Fish oil isn't just good for your heart. New evidence suggests it may be good for your waistline, too.
Self-weighing may create a fine line between healthy and harmful, particularly for young women.
Think you're thin just because your BMI says so? Think again.
If your favorite chain helps its customers make healthier choices by listing calorie counts on its menu, you may be in luck.