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Man drops 330 pounds in one year A New Hampshire man took on the battle of the bulge and won by dropping 330 pounds in one year. Setbacks In his amazing weight loss journey Gregg Blanchard says he faced many setbacks, but he still kept going through illness and injury as he dropped an […]
Three interdependent new studies published this weekend reaffirm a link between sweet soda and fruit drinks to an epidemic of obesity that is sweeping the United States. Consumption of High Calorie, Sugary Drinks Still on The Rise Consumption of these drinks has more than doubled since the 1970s, and the rate of obesity among […]
A traffic ticket can dampen your day, but for one 408-pound woman it inspired her to lose some weight
As doctors and researchers grapple with the U.S.’s runaway rates of obesity, they have begun to look for causes of it in a critical if little understood period of life: the nine months before birth.
Maybe this is how the obesity epidemic ends: by giving chefs TV shows. Because people on TV don’t like looking fat
Obesity and smoking may be the most conspicuous causes of illness in this country, but physical factors don’t account for everything. Your psychology namely, your personality and outlook on life can be just as important to your well-being as exercising and eating right.
Obesity or fatness, as it used to be called is the touchiest of topics. From Michelle Obama to Anthony Bourdain, when you talk about America’s weight, you talk at your own risk
Dr. Vincent Felitti, founder of Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Preventive Medicine and director of its obesity-treatment program, was seeing some good results
Some families, alas, are fatter than others. But for dieters continually at war with their genes, there’s good news in a study published in this week’s PLoS Medicine: they can burn off 40% of their genetic predisposition to obesity by exercising.