Go back to Old Kent Road.
Evidence suggests that skipping breakfast entirely may be better for our waistlines.
Calorie limits at restaurants could be on the way and nice things are obviously in the firing line.
Crucial 12-week motivational period should be used to best effect by GPs.
Other reports also suggest that, worldwide, a third of all people are either overweight or obese.
Step up your game, Mississippi.
Despite the new warnings, gastric balloons still get the thumbs up from many bariatric experts.
A question we all asked ourselves at least once over the holidays, after that millionth serving of turkey.
It’s not the obesity epidemic anymore—it’s now the obesity pandemic.
Cats and rabbits can't stop eating £1 bags of mini biscuits either.
A fresh lawsuit takes aim at the company for “engaging in false and misleading marketing of sugar-sweetened beverages”.
Sugar-free drinks actually be making it harder for you to lose weight, contrary to popular belief.
At least there was plenty of biscuits on hand for the fire crews.
A study of thousands of Samoans flared up a strange DNA disparity that suggests why much of the population is now classed as overweight.
The AspireAssist contraption lets users drain their semi-digested grub into a toilet, losing weight in the process.
The UK’s Royal Society of Public Health is suggesting that food packaging could feature labels that show how many minutes of walking, running, cycling or swimming are required to use up the calories edible products contain.