New research suggested that Western-style diet puts a person at higher risk of acquiring cancer.
A new research determined the genetic factors which are associated with weight loss and gain. Thus, the researchers hope that the results can help in the creation of genetic-based weight management treatment for individuals.
A new research suggested that having less than seven hours of sleep leads to more time for secondary eating, which in turn increases the risk of being obese.
A UK cohort study found that children from poor backgrounds are more likely to be obese than their peers from well-off families.
A new research study suggests that obese men may pass their obesity trait to their children through the epigenetic marks in their sperm, offering a biological explanation of why children of obese men are likely to suffer from obesity.
Stored fat might be the reason why many are not losing weight.
Contrary to previous beliefs, a new study concludes that doing a low-fat diet is not that effective for weight loss.
A study conducted by UC Berkeley reveals the link between BMI and sleep schedule.
A study published on the International Journal of Obesity links sleep-deprivation to higher food intake among five year olds.
Most Obese Countries in Latin America
A sedentary lifestyle, long work hours sitting down, and junk food are some of the factors that cause obesity in people, a condition that affects more and more people around the world every day.
A new study suggests some who get weight loss surgery also receive anti-aging benefits as well.
The United States is officially no longer the fattest country on this side of the globe. With 21 million obese adults and a 32.8 percent obesity rate, Mexico takes the cake as the most obese country in the hemisphere and one of the chubbiest countries on earth.
Overweight New Yorkers may not be allowed to sign up for the city's new bike-sharing service which is scheduled to launch later in May.
Should the government encourage healthier lifestyle choices by penalizing unhealthy habits like smoking and overeating , or should we save money and just leave smokers and obese people to die?