The CDC 2017 report on the prevalence of diabetes shows more Americans have diabetes or prediabetes than shown in the CDC’s 2014 report. But there is still a bit of good news.
Body Mass Index, not bodily dimension, is what really matters.
Studies are preliminary, but results so far are noteworthy.
There is no agreement on the size of “fun-sized”, or even whether there is a proportionate amount of fun in each bite-sized candy.
The surgery also cuts the rate of Type 2 diabetes and other health ailments for those who undergo it.
How one man reclaimed his health after the surgery.
A new study found that patients who swallowed a special balloon lost close to 7 percent of their body weight.
Studies track why we might eat more on vacation, and what we might do to prepare for the extra calorie load.
Researchers find the diet reduces the fatty acids that can lead to insulin resistance in 70 study participants.
An advocate for body positivity suggests a better way.
A nutritional expert discusses how the popular weight-loss show models unsustainable weight loss strategies.
A large study finds that eating certain fruits and vegetables helps curb weight gain more than others.
Researchers report the diet sent Type 2 diabetes into remission for 15 out of 30 study participants.
A study finds a 3% weight loss can help those diagnosed as prediabetic to significantly lower their risk of a Type 2 diagnosis.
A man credits a shelter dog for his transformation from an obese person with Type 2 diabetes to a marathon runner.
The sleep-deprived and the stoned both have boosted levels of the same pleasure chemical in their bloodstreams, researchers find.
Findings from a recent study suggest that a high-protein diet, combined with high-intensity exercise, will result in a higher loss of fat.
Decadent food offerings lead to an unhealthy diet for the revered religious figures in Thailand.
A recent study by Cornell University suggests that a cluttered environment, and a cluttered mindset, may be contributing to unhealthy eating habits.
As Canadians are forced to pay more for fruits and vegetables, more are turning to unhealthy, cheaper options.