A new study says the people who live in Vermont are the healthiest, those in Mississippi rank as the unhealthiest, and Californians are somewhere in the middle.
We already know that America is an overweight nation, but a new study shows teens may take their extra weight with them into their adult years.
Obesity puts a drag on the wallet as well as health, according to a new study.
A local pediatrician has advice for expectant moms who want to cut their baby’s risk of obesity: eat well.
While Americans have long made personal fitness an everyday lifestyle, one author says that “fat talk” has turned our focus on health into an unhealthy fixation, especially for our teenagers.
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