Study found fluctuations in pounds shed over a year of dieting predicted poorer results.
Focus on health at every size—not your weight or BMI, dietitian says.
When researchers inhibited the substance in mice, they gained 40 percent less weight than 'control' mice.
Results are similar after procedure to repair meniscus in normal, overweight and obese people.
Research shows association with increased odds for stomach cancer as well.
A new device could make scanning procedures better for radiology technicians and patients of size.
People who stay slim throughout life may reduce the likelihood of developing cancer.
Excess weight puts mom and baby at risk, obstetrician says, and half of moms-to-be start their pregnancy already weighing too much.
Study concludes overall death risk dropped 57 percent.
Researchers warn against using body size as sole measure of good health, but other experts cite risks of too much weight.
People who think being too heavy can’t hurt them may want to think again.
Bullying has been a reality for generations of youngsters—but today's youth are exposed to a particularly vicious strain, worsened by social media and technology.
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