Study after study shows women seen as overweight or obese often earn less at the workplace, an unfair bias that's been hard to reverse. However, men don't seem to face that penalty.
The State of Obesity report from Trust for America’s Health looks at factors like poverty, access to healthy food and walkability in communities. It found Georgia made slight improvements in obesity rates since last year’s report.
After two years of pandemic life, people have learned to cope in ways that have become stubborn, unhealthy habits. But there are positive steps we can take to reset a healthy lifestyle.
New data shows the pandemic exacerbated an already fast-growing problem, tipping more Americans' weight over the scales into unhealthy territory.
Many parents have seen their kids' weight go up after months of disrupted schedules and excess screen time. Here's how to respond, without causing new problems, like body image issues.
A decade ago, Army recruiters started coaching individuals to help them lose weight so they could enlist. It's not an official Army program, but it has become necessary to recruitment, many say.