Anti-Obesity Nonprofit Group Funded By Coca-Cola Disbanding Over 'Resource Limitations'A nonprofit funded by the Coca-Cola Co. to combat obesity is disbanding following revelations about the beverage maker's involvement with the group.
Study: Daily Walks Beat Gym Workouts For Weight Control Taking brisk daily walks could be more effective for maintaining a slim waistline than going to the gym, according to a new study.
Study: Standing For Part Of Day Linked To Lower Obesity RiskStanding for at least one-quarter of the day is linked to a lower risk of obesity, according to a new study.
Study: Junk Food Not Leading Cause Of ObesityA new study reveals that junk food is not the leading cause of obesity in the United States.
Study: Simple Blood Test Could Spot Diabetes 10 Years Before DiseaseResearchers are developing a new blood test that could help identify individuals at risk for developing diabetes years before the disease strikes, according to a new study.
Study: Excessive Weight Gain During Pregnancy Linked To Obesity LaterGaining excessive weight during pregnancy can lead to obesity issues throughout life for women who are already at risk, according to a new study.
Study: Career Earnings Linked To WeightHow much you make at your job could be linked to the size of your waistline, according to new research.
Study: Easier To Maintain Low Weight In The '80sWhile diet and exercise play a crucial role in your weight, it turns out the decade you were born in could be an influence too, according to a new study.
Study: People Are What They DrinkPeople are what they eat, and according to a new study, they now are what they drink.
CDC: One-Third Of Children, Teens Eat Fast Food Every DayAbout one-third of U.S. children and teens eat pizza or other fast food every day, a new government report shows.
Study: Firstborn Women More Likely To Be OverweightBeing the oldest woman in a chain of siblings may be linked to heavier weight, according to new research.
National Survey: Adults Still Aren't Eating Their Fruits And VeggiesMost U.S. adults still aren't eating nearly enough fruits and vegetables.