It’s not all fruits, veggies, and the treadmill. New research suggests the absence of a protein called p62 may contribute to obesity and other problems related to metabolism.
A new poll finds Americans are united in their concern about the growing obesity epidemic, but we’re divided on what the government should do about it.
Managing bodyweight doesn't always mean shedding pounds. Some people are dieting to gain weight. Before diving into a cheeseburger-all-day diet, check out these tips for bulking up the healthy way.
It’s not only about hitting the gym. A recent study suggests adequate sleep is a vital proponent to losing weight.
Feasting before bed is considered a universal no-no for weight loss, but will those extra calories before bedtime actually lead to a larger midsection?
Many of the most commonly held health "facts" are actually flat out wrong. We looked at a few of these beliefs to separate fact from fiction.
Winter often brings a lot more snow and a lot less sunshine. But those who experience depression every year during chilly weather might suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).