Weight Gain

A new CNN poll finds that more than half of us knowingly overindulge during the holidays and opt out of diet trends after we ring in the new year. Take our poll to let us know how you tackled holiday feasting.
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New medical guidelines encourage doctors to talk to patients about their weight to promote health and wellness. How can doctors have crucial conversations about this sensitive subject without offending patients?

Don’t judge a book by its cover? A new study finds people with high BMIs are more likely to die from heart disease, despite research suggesting it’s possible to be overweight and still be in shape.

Scientists have confirmed our worst fears: We do gain weight over the holidays, and exercise probably won’t prevent it.
Can a bra that monitors the wearer’s stress levels teach us how to avoid eating our feelings? Microsoft believes it can.
According to new research, people who feel judged based on their weight are at greater risk of becoming obese. These findings suggest that obesity, like any medical issue, has a lot to do with our psychological and emotional health.

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Stay away from carbs, or opt out of protein shakes? According to new research, when it comes to gaining body fat, calories may matter more than the type of food.

A new study claims skipping breakfast is a no-no for heart health. But does when we eat really matter, and does the conventional wisdom of more frequent, smaller meals throughout the day still hold up?

This dress must have shrunk! A recent study suggests many young women don't notice when they're packing on the pounds.

According to new research, people who feel judged based on their weight are at greater risk of becoming obese. These findings suggest that obesity, like any medical issue, has a lot to do with our psychological and emotional health.

Guest contributor JC Deen guides us through a healthy approach to building muscle, including how to set realistic goals for gaining strength and size.

Can a bra that monitors the wearer’s stress levels teach us how to avoid eating our feelings? Microsoft believes it can.

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