According to a report by Live Science, only 49 percent of individuals in the United States want to lose weight. This statistics is the lowest recorded number since 1991.
Tthe University of California, San Francisco published a report detailing the relationship between sugary drink consumption and sleep loss, revealing that not getting enough rest is one reason why people drink unhealthy amounts of sugar.
Older adults who have experienced substantial weight gain over many years were more likely to develop obesity-related cancers, a new study suggests.
New Study Says That Having Family Meals With TV On Is Unhealthy
From haunted houses, carved pumpkins or filling up your bellies with sweets, the Halloween season has become one of the most-celebrated and spookiest holidays of the year. However, did you know that the tradition of trick or treating has a bizarre, strange history?
A new research suggests that drinking two or more sweetened beverages per day could increase the risk of type-2 diabetes.
The World Health Organization has urged countries to raise the tax on sugary drinks to combat obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. The WHO believes that lowering consumption of sodas, sports drinks, juices, etc., is an effective way to minimize obesity and diabetes cases.
Highlighting the conflict of interest, sponsorship provided by two known soda companies to health organizations has been identified as a new so-called marketing strategy, recent study shows after disclosing a list of institutions on a research paper recently published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Researchers estimate up to 268 million children to be overweight by 2025, including 91 million that can be counted as obese.
From Nigella Lawson to Jamie Oliver, a new study takes a look at the recipes of these famous TV chefs, revealing that what you see on TV or read in cookbooks are not that healthy, and in fact, may be worse than prepackaged meals from Tesco.
A new study involving mouse models suggests that citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and limes could delay or prevent obesity-related health risk.
A new report by CDC reveals that the average American has put on 15 or more additional pounds – without getting taller – since the early 1990s.
A new research suggests that ‘Pokémon Go’ could provide a solution to counter type 2 diabetes risks.
A new study revealed the children who sleeps before 8p.m. are less likely to develop obesity later in their life.