Truth time: The average American gains about a pound between Halloween and New Year's, according to a New England Journal of Medicine study.
We’ve all stuffed ourselves silly in the name of holiday cheer.
For many Americans, Thanksgiving revolves around food, family, football and giving thanks.
Derek Mitchell, a 500-lb man from Kansas City, Missouri, has committed to run at least one 5K race a month— not only to get in shape, but also to encourage other people to do the s...
There are many reasons we might feel nauseated, and drinking liquids is often the fastest way to fight back.
Lycopene, a compound in red fruits and vegetables linked to a lower risk of various cancers, may help to prevent bone loss after menopause, according to an animal study published o...
A review of previous studies suggests that people who eat yogurt have lower body weight, less body fat and smaller waists - but it's not clear if the yogurt is the reason.
It’s almost Thanksgiving— you can practically hear the collective unbuckling of belts across the nation.
At 26 years old, Jesse Shand was homebound, had dropped out of college after a year, and was channeling his depression into negative comments on an Internet forum.
A nonprofit founded to combat obesity says the $1.5 million it received from Coke has no influence on its work.