What do many overweight and obese people have in common? Inadequate hydration. A new study discovered a strong link between obesity and dehydration
We eat artificial sweeteners like sucralose to lose weight, but there’s plenty of evidence that these artificial sweeteners actually make you feel hungry. Now, we have some idea why.
Should celebrities be more careful about their endorsements? A new study found that celebrity endorsements of food products encourage less healthy food choices.
Kelley, we have to talk about your new ad campaign for the milk industry!
New research suggests that cutting sugar improves kids’ health, even if they don’t cut calories or lose weight.
Making changes (today, even small ones) that can help feed 9 billion by 2050.
A new paper, published in the journal Open Heart, argues that counting calories isn’t as important as looking at food’s nutritional value when it comes to heart health.
A common food additive found in processed food is linked to obesity, colitis, and metabolic syndrome, according to new research from Georgia State University published in the journal Nature.
Is obesity genetic? A new study looked at how genetics can predispose us not just to gain weight but to gain in ways that are most harmful to our health.
Oklahoma City was one of the most obese cities in the United States. Mayor Mick Cornett talks about how he helped his city lose one million pounds.
New research findings from the Harvard School of Public Health have found that the consumption of too many sugar sweetened drinks can lead to early puberty.
A study from the University of East Finland found that skipping meals can lead to obesity in children as young as ages six to eight.
Could home cooking help fight the obesity crisis? A new study found that even people who aren’t trying to lose weight eat better when they cook at home.