What Does Obesity Have to Do With Smoking?

According to study published in The BMJ, obesity is associated with higher rates of smoking, as well as higher smoking frequency – the number of cigarettes smoked per day.
Diane Domina

Zero Calories, Zero Problems? Not So Fast

If you’ve heeded the warnings about eating too much sugar and have turned to diet sodas and artificial sweeteners to satisfy your sweet tooth, beware. Research suggests these products can cause health problems linked to an increased risk for obesity, ...
Diane Domina

Are Processed Foods Killing Us?

Processed foods may be a major culprit in the obesity epidemic. Learn why eating low fat or low carb might not matter as much as eating real food.
Amy Hendel

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