In June 1998, some 25 million Americans went from being a normal, healthy weight to being overweight overnight. Neither Haagen-Dazs nor Ben & Jerry's was implicated in the change.
EXERCISE: Do you really have to kill yourself in a gym before it makes
FAT IS NOT ANYBODY'S ISSUE: It's only the symptom, not the cause
I am a 75-year-old woman who, 10 years ago, was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (an abnormal heart rhythm) and put on digoxin. At that time, I was going to exercise classes and leading a reasonably active life.
ILLNESS: Where does it begin?
OBESE KIDS: The finger keeps pointing back to processed foods
Q I’ve heard a lot recently about syndrome X, but I don’t really understand what it is. Can you please explain what the symptoms are, who is likely to develop it and how it can be treated? - AJ, Plymouth
Q-I am 36. I've always suffered from heavy periods, acne and facial hair. Fifteen years ago, my doctor diagnosed my problem as polycystic ovarian disease and put me on the Pill. Lately, my periods ...
ASPIRIN: Can it also combat Alzheimer's and colorectal cancer?
As if overweight people don’t already have enough on their plate, here’s another problem: gum disease.