More stories about "Obesity Prevention"

U.N. Official Says Junk Food Should be Regulated

Excessive junk food consumption is something that should be prevented.

Being Physically Active May Lower Chronic Disease Risk

Leaving your chair often may help improve your metabolism and overall health.

Taking Breaks between Sedentary Hours May Lower Disease Risk in Kids

Parents need to interrupt their kids' long hours of watching TV or playing video games to keep weight-related diseases at bay.

Losing Weight May Be More Effective with Friends, Says Study

Having a support group in the fight against obesity may help push you to do better.

Eating Your Heaviest Meal in the Morning May Help You Lose Weight

Starting your day with a full breakfast and ending it with a light dinner may help you shed those pounds.

More and More Kids Are Being Diagnosed with High Blood Pressure and Type 2 Diabetes

Children become more prone to chronic conditions as they become increasingly obese.

Fit Dads May Avoid Passing the Obesity Gene on to Their Kids

Encourage your man to get in shape for his and your children's health.

Children with ADHD More Prone to Adult Obesity

ADHD symptoms may increase the chances of kids growing up overweight.

Get Fit Today! 5 Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle

Fitness enthusiast Toby Claudio gives us tips on how to ease into better living.

Bad Dietary Habits May Be Traced in Infancy

Children who are trained to finish the contents of their formula bottles may develop the bad habit of overeating.

Teen Instructors More Likely to Inspire Positive Health Changes in Kids

Young and relatable role models can help children lose weight and live healthier lifestyles.

Minimize Your Baby's TV Exposure, Study Suggests

Distracting your child with the television especially during mealtimes may cause them to develop unhealthy eating habits which can persist until adulthood.

Lower Alcohol Consumption is Equivalent to a Lower Calorie Count

Did you promise yourself to lose weight this year? Then say no to another round of mojitos.

Social Media May Help Obese Children Lose Weight

Researchers suggest that your favorite social media platform can be used for more than just random status messages.