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Obesity Cause and Help
Did you set New Year’s Resolutions for yourself this year? Here is how to make them stick.
Researchers have found that you're being obese is actually stopping you from getting active – biochemically. It's not about it being harder to move around, but your very brain might have become wired to hate exercising.
Researchers have found eating beans and peas increases fullness more than eating meat.
An effective strategy to fighting obesity may be to eat your dinner early or to simply skip dinner.
Low testosterone can lead to various health concerns including fatigue and decreases in muscle and bone mass. Here is an easy way to boost hormone levels.
Getting enough sleep at night isn’t just important for your well-being the next day. It is also critical for your long-term health in many ways – including affecting your gut.
Researchers have found mulberry extract activates brown fat and has promise as a treatment for obesity.
Implementing a health program within the workplace has great benefits to both employees and employers.
A very inexpensive school intervention program has been observed to help kids beat obesity.
Adding a serving of citrus fruits to your diet may help prevent the harmful negative effects of obesity, find researchers at the American Chemical Society.
Your child’s bedtime may be predictive of his or her risk of being obese later in life.
Why did your diet plan fail last time? It is likely that you have not chosen a diet that fits with your lifestyle.
Heart disease and stroke together take a greater toll on America’s health than any other condition. But we are losing the battle against this disease, partly due to our excess weight and increasing incidence of Type 2 diabetes.
While you may not realize it, there is a big connection between your weight and how you sleep at night. Several studies point to the need to eat a healthier diet and get more exercise – and lose excess weight if needed.
How far do you drive to and from work each day? If you are in your car for more than an hour, you may want to consider what it is doing to your health.
New report shows that Americans are playing the blame game when it comes to obesity, fat denial and being overweight.
You’ve likely never heard of “spexin.” But it could be a key for researchers in finding a better way to control weight in obese teenagers.
New research hints at a possible link between personal care products that contain phthalates and obesity. What if your soap, nail polish and other products you use every day really were causing your waistline to expand?
If you have depression and are also overweight, consider talking with your doctor about adding Wellbutrin to your plan of care.
Could color coding your food be the easiest way to lose weight? If it sounds good, you might be interested in the Thinsulin program that claims to have helped thousands of people with weight loss.