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An App to Help Kids Lose Weight
A mobile app and a number-less scale that tracked obese kids' weight-loss progress proved far more effective than a standard approach.
Americans gained a lot of weight during the pandemic lockdown. Body mass and obesity rates went up. Here are some of the reasons why.
An Artificial Sweetener - Cancer Connection
Non-nutritive sweeteners tend to be seen as a win-win for dieters, but the risk of certain cancers goes up with artificial sweetener use.
How Cutting Calories Can Help You Live Longer
Your thymus gland ages fast and this takes a toll on your immune system's ability to produce T-cells. Cutting calories can rejuvenate it.
Snooze More, Lose More
A good night's sleep is a good way to lose weight. People who slept seven hours a night instead of six cut 270 calories from their diets.
Hey You — Move It!
Forget fancy diets and exercise programs. There's one approach to weight loss that is guaranteed help people get and keep the pounds off.
Starting With the Man — or Woman — in the Mirror
Gazing at oneself in the mirror for brief periods can have positive effects on weight-loss outcomes.
Non-Surgical Approaches to Obesity Treatment
There are new, non-invasive treatments available and coming for obesity. Few people are taking advantage of them. Insurance is one factor.
Weight Loss Sparks Deep Metabolic Changes
Dieting changes hunger hormone levels. This can lead to a loss of belly fat and improved insulin sensitivity — a huge boost to health.
Weight Loss Surgery OK’d for Obese Youth
Young people who are obese can benefit from weight-loss surgery, too. It's safe, and it can reverse the health risks of being overweight.
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