Coca-Cola Enterprises is looking to combat obesity by cutting calories in its products.
Like it or not, calorie counts are coming to restaurant menus, convenience store sandwiches and more as the Food and Drug Administration announced new calorie labeling rules on Tuesday.
We’ve heard plenty of studies already about soda and how it’s harmful to our health. But that isn’t keeping many Americans from drinking it.
Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That’s the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely paced talk show.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, knowing your body mass index, achieving and maintaining a healthy weight, and getting regular physical activity are all actions you can take for yourself to combat obesity.
According to a new study, humans and other primates burn half as many calories each day compared to other mammals.
Coca-Cola says it will work to make lower-calorie drinks and clear nutrition information more widely available around the world.
New research indicates that children are consuming fewer calories than they did at the turn of the century.
Fact or fiction? Sex burns a lot of calories. Snacking or skipping breakfast is bad. School gym classes make a big difference in kids’ weight.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen, known best for her calorie-intensive culinary offerings, is expected to announce that she has been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes.