Half Of America Will Be Obese Within 10 Years, Study Says, Unless We Work TogetherIf America does not collectively adopt healthier eating habits, over half of the nation will be obese within 10 years.
Exercise Advice On Food Labels Could Help Reduce Obesity, Researchers SayFood labels detailing how much exercise is needed to burn off a product's calorie content could help to combat obesity, according to UK researchers.
Americans Weigh More Than They Did 10 Years Ago, And They're OK With ItAmericans weigh more this decade than they did last decade, but fewer adults say they want to lose weight.
Only Children Are More Likely To Be Obese, Study SaysOnly children may be at a higher risk for obesity than children who have siblings, according to a new study published Wednesday.
Obesity Surgery Benefits May Be Bigger For Teens Than AdultsA study finds that teens who have obesity surgery lose as much weight as adults who have the operation and are more likely to have other health problems go away.
Americans Getting More Inactive, Computers Partly To BlameA new study says Americans are becoming increasingly sedentary. They spend almost a third of their waking hours sitting down, and computer use is partly to blame.
California Lawmakers Pushing Ban On Extra-Large Sodas, Other New Regulations On Sugary Drinks"Big Gulp"-style sodas may be a thing of the past, if California lawmakers get their way.
Milk Or Water? Gov. Brown Signs Law Limiting Soda And Juice In Kids' MealsMilk or water will be the default drink sold with kids' meals in California.
Scientists Accidentally Create Treatment That May Stop ObesityA failed experiment may have accidentally created a new treatment that could allow humans to eat whatever they want without gaining weight.
Obese Tourists Crippling Donkeys On Greek Island, Activists ClaimActivists with "Help the Santorini Donkeys" told multiple news outlets in the United Kingdom that overweight tourists are crippling donkeys.
Is Your Workplace Making You Fat?A new federal government survey found that about one-quarter of Americans "acquire" nearly 1,300 calories at work every week.