Before you sign-up for a costly weight-loss program, you should know: People who track food intake with a free smartphone app can drop a number of pounds.
Repeatedly losing and gaining extra pounds — yo-yo dieting or weight cycling — is linked to a number of negative health effects and a higher risk of death.
New research confirms earlier studies suggesting yo-yo dieters have a higher risk for heart attack and stroke than people whose weight is stable.
If you're have a hard time losing weight, maybe you’re trying to change too many habits at the same time. Follow this 12-month approach to reach your goals.
Inspire yourself to lose weight with these spring cleaning tips that can help create order in your kitchen and support healthy eating.
If you feel sleep deprived during the week, catching up on sleep over the weekends may help counteract obesity risks.
People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have low metabolism and be overweight, according to this study.
Stopping for fast food is sometimes inevitable, but that doesn’t mean it has to be unhealthy. These are the menu items you should pick.
New science suggests that we may actually be wired to hate dieting.