Stockholm University researchers reached a breakthrough in understanding the way fructose is transported to our cells, which could benefit the development for treatments for cancer, obesity, and diabetes.
Want to control your weight? Then you may want to eat more fruits and veggies.
New findings published in the journal Obesity Research & Clinical Practice reveal that millenials may struggle more with their weight than their parents.
A high-fat diet could actually lead to overeating. Scientists have found that defective signaling in the brain can cause overeating of high fat foods in mice, leading to obesity.
Kids love fast food; so much so, that 12 percent are scarfing down hamburgers and pizza daily.
Green spaces are important for clean air and room to roam freely, particularly when it comes to children. Unlike excessive exposure to urban environments, previous studies show that increased air pollution and little greenery can not only be bad for your lungs and in some cases, increase the risk of...
New findings published in the journal SAGE Open reveal that time spent watching television may predict obesity risk.
If you're not getting enough sleep, you may end up eating more; this is especially true for children, according to recent findings published in the International Journal of Obesity.
Besides being counted on to lead the way as the eldest sibling, a new study conducted by a team of New Zealand researchers suggests that there may be another disadvantage to coming first. Study authors found that the first child may be at risk for being slightly more overweight or obese than those c...
Walking and eating doesn't necessarily sound like a bad thing, right? Maybe not the most comfortable meal but nothing negative.
It turns out that there may be a "master switch" that controls obesity.