Ask A Boston Expert: How To Keep Your New Year's Weight Loss ResolutionIf you're one of the many people planning to lose weight in 2016, you might benefit from the following tips. An area-Personal Trainer has shared the keys to weight loss success.
Those New Year’s Resolutions: Where To StartNearly half of us make New Year’s Resolutions but less than 10% are successful. So why even bother?
New Year’s ResolutionsWe will ring in a brand new year with thoughts of undoing or redoing some of the things we did last year!
How Much Weight Do You Need To Lose For Others To Notice?A recent study says a person needs to lose several pounds for people to notice the change.
VIDEO: Jeff's Journey A Whole New Relationship with Foods.Just three months after weight loss surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess, Jeffrey Keane is already almost at his target weight. His new relationship with food includes grilling up summer vegetables.
Boston Hospital Using 'Pacemaker' To Fight ObesityTufts Medical Center became the first hospital in the country to perform the surgery on a patient outside of a clinical trial.
Keefer Madness: Having Fun With 'Deflate' As A Weight Loss TermThere was a lot of good points to be made in the Wells Report rebuttal, but referring to weight loss as "deflating" is a stretch...or is it?
New Treatment Developed In Mass. Promises To Eliminate CelluliteA new procedure to treat cellulite, developed right here in Massachusetts, is promising something pretty unbelievable.
NightSide - Dr. Scott Shikora, Bariatric Surgeon Discusses Weight Loss
The Science Behind Food CravingsOne of the greatest challenges facing anyone trying to lose weight is our world of seemingly endless temptations.
Weight Loss Surgery: A Tool for Better HealthWeight loss surgery is not just for losing weight. Studies show that losing a great deal of weight can help increase one's overall quality of health.
Staying the Course Mindfulness and Long-Term Weight ManagementLosing weight is hard. Keeping it off is even harder.
Find Your Exercise MotivationEating a healthy diet and being active are essential elements of any weight loss or weight maintenance program
Weight Gain and Age: Avoiding that Middle-Age BulgeAs we age, weight gain becomes an issue that is not only discouraging but, for some, very dangerous.
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.