Has the pandemic totally thrown off your eating routine? It’s OK. Find out how you can get back on tra
If you resolve to make yourself healthier this year, talk to your doctor about ways to trim down, be more active and relax. You know in your heart those are all resolutions you can live (longer) with.
There’s no one perfect way to lose weight. But matching your preferences and personality with an evidence-based diet plan can help you drop pounds and keep it off.
Did you lose a bunch of weight just to regain it all within a few years? Learn why this happens (hint: it’s probably not your fault!) and how to break the cycle and maintain your weight loss.
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We all eat more than we should sometimes. But, when it’s the norm, it’s a problem. Try these strategies to break the cycle of overeating and develop healthier habits.
If you’re looking to shed a few pounds (or maintain a healthy weight), it’s important to know that you should pay attention to when ― not just what ― you eat. Wellness guru Michael Roizen, MD, explains.
Childhood obesity impacts 13.7 million children and teens in the U.S., according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But according to a new study, fewer teens are trying to lose weight. Psychologist Leslie Heinberg, PhD, weighs in on what factors may be at play.