According to a new study, girls who are told they are too fat by either a parent, sibling, friend, classmate, or teacher are more likely to be obese by the time they hit age 19.
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.
A new study has found that cellular aging is sped up in obese and overweight teenagers who eat too much salty foods.
Kids whose parents lay down a lot of rules without communicating with their children are at the greatest risk of obesity.
According to a recent study, exposure to fast food restaurants can lead to obesity; and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between 2007 and 2010, adults in the US consumed an average of 11.3 percent of their total daily calories from fast food.
The findings of a recent study suggest that obese children may experience more difficulty with solving problems and answering questions than their slimmer classmates.
A new study has found that birth control pills and obesity may increase the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS).
The findings of a recent study suggest that the average obese woman in America only exercises vigorously for approximately one hour per year.
First born men weighed 15 pounds more than their second-born counterparts.
Researchers find that “weight fate” is set by age 5.