Where you live plays a role in your risk for obesity. Simply living in the United States makes a person more susceptible to obesity. The prevalence of obesity in America has risen dramatically over the past few years and continues to increase.
I can remember my introduction to McDonalds. It was back in the day when the precise number of hamburgers they had sold was posted on... Read more »
We can call it a disease, a condition, a state of weight, even a state of mind. We can offer all kinds of explanations as to why we have... Read more »
New genetic research has discovered that people missing a small portion of their DNA, about 30 genes, will become morbidly obese. The... Read more »
According to a study published in the International Journal of Obesity calorie labeling has not impact on fast food purchases for low... Read more »