Just because you're dining out doesn’t mean you have should have to worry about destroying your diet.
Only 3.5 percent of Americans get at least 21 minutes of moderate exercise a day (which includes walking briskly). So if we know exercise makes us feel good inside and out, why don’t we just do it?
If trimming a few pounds is on your New Year's resolution list, a new study suggests you should turn to Twitter.
After years of piling it on, Americans are now eating less fast food and fewer calories overall. But if that's the case—why are obesity rates still sky high?
We all know getting your kids to run around the playground and join a sports team is great for their physical health. But now, there's plenty of evidence showing exercise can give your kids a serious mental boost as well.
Coca-Cola just launched a multi-million dollar PR campaign to convince Americans that soft drinks have nothing to do with the nation's obesity epidemic. Does it make a strong case? You be the judge!
Macho features have long been touted as an evolutionary asset that women look for in a man. But new research suggests there's a much more powerful driver of attraction at play.
The government has a new mathematical formula for weight loss — and it’s completely bogus. Find out why the new math doesn't add up, and learn a simple formula to burn fat.
Factory animals are pumped full of antibiotics to make them gain weight. What does that mean for our waistlines?
President Obama has so far declined to spend his political capital and on more than one occasion has taken Monsanto’s side. He has treated the food movement as a sentiment rather than a power, and who can blame him?
A simple test that looks at how easy—or difficult—it is for you to sit down on the floor and then get back up may help predict how long you’re going to live.
Sleep and weight-loss are more connected than you think!