Study: Kids With Regular Bedtimes, Mealtimes Less Likely To Be ObeseA new study has found that kids with set bedtimes and mealtimes are less likely to be obese, and more likely to be emotionally healthy.
Fewer Heavy Americans Are Trying To Lose Weight, Study FindsThe findings "are a very serious concern," one doctor says.
Massachusetts Has The Lowest Obesity Rate In New England, Report FindsThe obesity rate in the Bay State is 24.3 percent, which is the sixth-lowest in the country.
Weighty Issues: Bedtime Could Have Long-Term Impact On KidsDr. Mallika Marshall reports on three weight-related stories beginning with a simple step parents can take at home to help their children avoid becoming overweight.
New Weight Loss Device Drains Food From Stomach To ToiletThe FDA has signed off on a new treatment to help obese people lose weight.
Report: Nearly 1 In 3 Young US Adults Too Fat For MilitaryObesity is among the leading causes of military ineligibility among people ages 17 to 24, the report notes.
Remake Of Iconic Coca Cola Ad Blasts Soda CompaniesA new take on an iconic Coca Cola commercial is aiming to highlight the dangers of soda.
VIDEO: Understanding Food CuesUnderstanding how hunger and external food cues cause changes in the brain and their potential consequences for obesity, binge eating and other eating disorders.
Boston Researchers Working On 'Treadmill In A Pill'Boston researchers say they have captured the weight loss benefits of a treadmill in a pill.
The Dreaded Weight Loss PlanThe commercials for weight loss started right after Christmas this year.
Losing Weight For The New YearThe commercials for weight loss started right after Christmas this year.
Harvard Researcher Explains Importance Of Early Obesity Prevention"How early should obesity prevention start?" That's the name of a "perspective" in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine.