Latest Obesity Stories
Society enhances focus on early career investigators and clinicians BOSTON, Nov.
By studying pairs of twins, scientists from King’s College London and Cornell University have discovered that genetic factors influence whether people are fat or thin based on the type of microbes that thrive in their bodies.
Research ties high-protein diets to increased metabolism & 45% more muscle mass BOSTON, Nov.
Diet Doc understands that learning how to lower bad cholesterol levels through diet can be challenging.
Rising patient responsibility because of skyrocketing deductibles is changing the way healthcare providers receive payments.
Maternal obesity tied to increased likelihood of obesity for male vs. female children BOSTON, Nov.
U.S. Public & Healthcare Professionals Increasingly See Obesity as a Community Problem of Shared Risks BOSTON, Nov.
Study Released as part of Obesity Journal Symposium at Obesity Week(SM) 2014 BOSTON, Nov.
According to a new study, fast food restaurants aren't targeting adults, but children in middle or lower-income neighborhoods.
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