A 2018 study suggests that not only what you eat, but how much you eat and when may have significant effects on weight loss and blood glucose control.
It’s the age-old question of — sleep it out, or sweat it out? Which is the best for your body to heal?
A photographer works to illustrate cultural and social influences on family diet and health.
Research shows that women living with obesity are less likely to breastfeed, concerning health officials.
Before starting a family, it’s important to talk with your doctor about what a healthy pregnancy weight means for you.
It’s important to understand the emotional hazards that weight stigma creates.
Tough time losing weight? Maybe you’re trying to change too many habits at the same time and getting overwhelmed. Try this 12-month approach to make steady progress toward a healthier you.
Research suggests that RA patients with high BMI suffer higher rates of disability, other problems.
Muscle mass begins to decline in your 50s, but there are ways to combat it!
Protein powders aren’t for everyone—but they are for fitness gurus!